Toyoko Inn Shinyokohamaekimae Shinkan
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The Nissan Headquarters building was pretty neat, and had a history wall and upcoming electric car technology, as well as several cars we can't get in Canada. It also had a gift shop, which Dustin spent several minutes in trying to decide which Nismo things he'd buy, even though we were headed to the Nismo Omari Factory next!
The Nismo Omari Factory was ...
... the entrance to the toilets on the other side of the stairs but I did find a secret room containing a little stool big enough for a baby and a mirror. I then doubled back a found the exit to a courtyard. Curious I made my way out to see firewood stacked against one wall and lots of lockers along the other in the middle of the courtyard was an old fashioned water pump. After a few pumps I found out that it works and then made my way up the stairs on the opposite side of the area. ...
... for me to describe but ik kind of sounded like 'Barbie Girl' by Aqua but then in a happy hardcore version. It was played so loud that the speakers couldn't cope anymore. Some people got glowsticks to wave with and others could just clap along. After half an hour i had seen enough and left. But not before i got a nice picture with Yuma to bring home with me. It was not allowed to take pictures, so there's not much i can show you. But i wil scan the picture i got from ...
... rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal; ">We hustled to a hotel down the road as a pick up site for our day tour to Mt Fuji. We are not climbing it. No! No! Just driving to see it. Wait a minute. Speaking of driving. Just realized they drive on the left side of the road here in Japan! Didn't know that.
... of Shinjuka, which was pretty refreshing amidst the busy city, up to the Mejji Shrine. The Shrine is pretty epic and gave us a glimpse of what a part of old Japan looked like. As well as tourists, people still visit the shrine religiously. There was a large basin before you entered the shrine and apparently it is used to wash your money in as they believe that if you wash it your money will be multiplied in the future... and you have clean money - win win. As you walk in there are ...