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We went to the train station about 20 minutes early. We had to get some lunch for the long trip to Aomori. We will transfer to another train to go to Hakodate in Hokkaido. The sky was still blue when we walked to the station but for those who left it just a few minutes later, the heavens had opened up. Takako was a bit drenched when she arrived.
It will take about 5 hours to get there from Akita. We will follow the northern coastline. The ...
Think big city. No, really big city. Multiply it by 10! Now, you're getting close to Tokyo, the largest city in the world, with a population of 36 million, most under 5'5" (or so it seems). We've had 2 days here, and we're just starting to get our bearings in this large, complex, energy-filled megatropolis. It is daunting for sure, even overwhelming, but we're determined to take a bite out of it anyways.
To backtrack just a ...
... rice and Glenn has a vegetable, pork and noodle bowl - Ramen. It's very nice and we only pay around ¥800 each plus drinks. After lunch, we are back on the tram in the opposite direction to go to the Koryu-ji Temple. We get off the tram at the end of the line and walk up and down and around the streets. We do have a bit of a chuckle as the area is very hilly and you have sea in one direction and the mountain in the other and these streets are ...
... the express train to Hakodate which connects the two islands through the Seikan tunnel. This is to date the longest railway tunnel and you are 140 m under the sealevel
Hakodate on Hokkaido was one of the first cities to be open to foreigners during the turn of century and has an old town just below mount Hakodate. There are a number ...
... is another 100 meters below the sea bed)
The max gradient is 1:12
It is a double line
Pretty impressive. ( eat your heart out Len Brown)
Got to Hakodate with plenty of time to climb Mt Hakodate ( 334 meters) and see the city below, both in the daylight and at night. Luckily I lived by the maxim " don't put off until tomorrow what you can do today" as the weather hasn't been so great today (Tuesday) and the mountain has ...