Wakatake no Sho - Bettei Sasane
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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 ...
... left from their travels, there was; bank notes, postcards, pictures and ever a giant Australian flag some had brought with them. The food was good and hearty so we left feeling ready to tackle all the temples and shrines Nikko could throw at us.
Roughly 100m from the cafe was the Shinkyo bridge which spanned a fast flowing river which would of served as the only way to get to the shrines before ...
Got up early, grabbed some of the free breakfast at my hostel( can't say no to free food)and headed off to Tokyo Central station. Easily managed to exchange my voucher for my japan rail pass , now valid for 21 days of unlimited journeys on all jr trains. Included in this are the Shinkansen/ bullet trains and it was on one of these that I had to make half my trip to nikko. I knew I needed to get the 8.08 train. however as I've found in most foreign train stations ...
Just when we had started to become a little bit familiar with parts of this big city, it was time to don our backpacks again and board a Shinkansen to our next destination, Nikko. We were both pretty excited to see what the hype was about the super-fast bullet trains and it certainly didn't disappoint! It literally felt and sounded like a jet plane taking off and the landscape just flashed by in a blur! We were at Nikko before we even had time to relax into our ...