Toyoko Inn Sinagawaeki Takanawaguchi
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... Japanese, where we waited until our host came to get us. The tea ceremony began in the 1500's when Japan adopted the Chinese belief of drinking powdered green tea and Zen Buddhists beliefs. In Japanese it is called a chanoyu (hot water for tea in Japanese). The ceremony is more than just an experience, but rather a spiritual journey that embodies harmony, respect, purity and tranquility. Our host came in and welcomed us to come into the room with her. When we entered ...
... and made my way outside. Then I realised that I had forgotten to get a map from the station to the museum (woops). Luckily on my ticket were instructions and a map on how to get from the station to the museum. (How convenient) I quickly found the waterworks (a creek looking stream) and followed the bank and it wasn’t long before I saw a street sign pointing me in the right direction. I remember thinking how popular it must be to have street signs point out its ...
... journey starts in Tokyo as he tried to wade through the city to find our hostel.
Alistair: Housemate and Anime enthusiast, with three prior visits to Japan under his belt, his sound understanding of Nihongo (Japanese Language) made him the Japanese Master.
David: My other house mate who was far too tall for Japan, David was destined to hit his head on every low doorway. Dave’s love of Shinkansen (bullet ...
... us as we searched for the exit. We just kind of dove in and went with the flow. We found the street and a cab ride later (OK-the cabs here are cool. The doors open automatically when you approach them and for some reason the Japanese adopted the English car/traffic style which was a bit confusing at first.)
A quick check-in at the hotel and a dumping of our stuff in our tiny hotel room, and we were off to do ...
... in the park.
Then came the highlight of Isabelle's day. Meeting Ariel the mermaid. This required a short 15 minute wait, but nothing like the 70 minute wait to see Mickey Mouse which they were quoting at Disneyland yesterday.
The on through the Arabian village, and onto a few more rides with virtually no wait times. Despite how it appeared at the gate, in contrast to Disneyland yesterday Disney Sea didn't feel crowded at all. It ...