Yame Green Hotel
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... The front entrance of the restaurant has a kind of vending machine where you select your choice of broth and additions such as eggs, spring onions and garlic. Once we had figured this out the machine presented us with two tickets for our meals. We we're shown to a booth with a privacy screen to allow you to slurp your ramen to your heart's content! On the table was a form to individualise ...
The displays were very interesting with English translations, which was great. It is hard to be involved if no translation is available. Many of the rooms had the various samurai suits of armour, which I always enjoy looking at but, unfortunately, there was also a request not to take photographs of many of them.
The exhibition then went on to more modern times, including a replica of Japan's first car, and the setting had a very ...
... opening outwards to save on space. We have found this in hotels too.
We decided we would go to Dazaifu, which meant a transfer at one of the subway stations onto another line. We were very lucky to be approached by a woman who told us she was heading in the same direction for the transfer and she escorted us to the new line, which was quite a distance from the subway, and she pointed us to the right platform. We were a ...
We chose Fukuoka as a starting point in Japan, as it was a short plane hop from South Korea, and it took us into South West Japan. This created a straight line route up towards Tokyo via other major attractions using the fast rail networks.
We were both excited to be in Japan so we left the hotel happy to walk through the streets and parks people watching and absorbing a totally new culture, rather than using ...
... out to be to complicated, as the continuation to cross to other islands by bridges, seemed only possible for cars.
So I decided to go back by the same ferry as I arrived. I then decided to ride to Aso to the Kuju National park, were one of the largest volcanos of this world stands, Mount Aso.
This was a very enjoyable ride, nice natural scenery towards the mountain, with no real big city's to cross, I arrived in the ...