Wakatake no Sho - Bettei Sasane
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... and culture of the Japanese Edo period. The park historically reenacts the life during the days of the Shogun, from 1603 to 1867. All the staff are suitably attired and there are replicas of old shops and wares. Now it is a little kitch, but no more than others of its kind. We enjoyed a very exciting Ninja battle, where the stealth warriors of Japan were in pursuit of their target. There was a lot of jumping, hiding, ...
... pigeons and doves carved into the decorative fence that surrounds the temple, With the dark pine trees as a backing, this who place was amazing. There was a very strong Chinese influence to the many buildings.
We left the temple complex and headed for town, where we had to link up with our pick up to the hotel, stopping on the way to town to have a late lunch. We had similar meals, one with chicken on skewers, with rice and noodles and ...
Ben: The last two days have been pretty epic. First up Disneyland! We started the day by getting some brunch at Kobuchi-ya, a small vegan macrobiotic cafe is Akasaka. Food was great, perfect way to begin the day before heading into one of the most vegan unfriendly places in Tokyo!
After we filled up, we headed into the fantasy mecca that is Disneyland! Tokyo's version of the park was the first Disneyland built outside of the U.S. and first opened in 1983. I have to ...
... cobble stone walkways. It seemed untouched and original, as if tourism hadn't set into the town yet.
Once back in Tokyo, Justin and I thoroughly enjoyed conveyor belt sushi! You pay for the colour of the plate. Thankfully they gave us an English menu to distinguish what each of the dishes on the belt were. Oh wow, the sushi was so fresh, we ate so much! At this restaurant, they have a hot water dispenser right at the table and green tea ...
... of the road over the river. Onwards from that was the Toshogu Shrine, one of the most decorated in all of Japan. It was really special to visit it as it was very beautiful. we must of walked around for a couple of hours before leaving and by then there wasn't much time left in nikko so we filled it with a little wander around the old towns back streets and a eating some matcha (green tea) ice cream.