Travel Blogs from Shunan
... then I wanted to take Lane to another bar we used to go to called Johnny`s Bar. We found it and went up, but they were having a band in that night so it would have been a 2000円 ($20) cover so we decided to venture elsewhere. I remembered another bar I had been once when I was in university called Hawaiian Food and Drinks. We found it, but it was closed for a private function so off we went again. We wondered around for a bit ...
... been open for at least an hour and that the 100円 beer no longer existed. He was also a little rude, which is saying a lot for Japanese service. We had a couple of drink and ordered all the delicious food I used to have there and walked back to Yuda. There we went back to the cafe that we had been at the previous night because Lane loved it so much and the service was excellent. After that we went back to our huge hotel room and called it a ...
... it was 1200円 and you can drink all you want for 2 hours. It`s nice because you can try different cocktails without worrying about not liking it and then having to pay a lot of money for a drink you don`t like.
After that we wandered around Yuda and found that there were mini little lantern festivals all around. We got some wonderful food on a side street and spoke a bit to the people cooking it. They asked us where we were from, which was nice because they didn`t ...
... some beer and went back to the hotel.
That evening we had planned to go to the Chochin matsuri, which is the lantern festival in Yamaguchi at this time of year. The whole reason I wanted to come to Japan in August was because of this festival, even though it is the hottest time of the year. In our wanderings we found out that there was a shuttle bus that would take us to the festival sight for free.
At 7pm that night we found our way to the shuttle and were on our way to ...
... period. Once we had explored the castles grounds and Stapp had demonstrated how they enacted capital punishment on me with an invisible sword, we were given a rendezvous time for the train station. Most everyone took the time to shop and spend some more money. I opted for a soft serve ice cream and a walk through the park. Later at the train station we gathered to get on our bullet train for Kyoto, but could not find Duc or Kelsey. With the train about to ...
Other places to stay in Shunan
1-35 Hommachi, Shunan | 3 star hotelfrom $59
2-47 Heiwadori, Shunan | Hotelfrom $56
8-33 Chikkocho, Shunan | Hotelfrom $60
2-7 Chiyodacho, Shunan | Hotelfrom $58
3-16 Sakurababadori, Shunan | Hotelfrom $70
2-14 Miyukidori, Shunan | Hotelfrom $44
1-30-1 Wakamiyacho, Shunan | Hotelfrom $44