4 Train transfers later, arrived atu Ohike Hotel, room has direct view of Mt Fuji (photo below), which is unusual aparently for a single room, has a beautiful painting on the sliding doors, large vase and wallscroll.
The only dinner included in the tour was this night – a 9 course dinner at that, one would easily pay ¥3,000+ for it. Starting with small bites, to bacon and veges, to dessert of melon, green tea ice cream and a creamy, caramel pudding.
Ended evening with a few hours of anime (cartoons) 😉
Second to last full day of tour (nooo!!), the staff of the Inn that am staying at made a traditional breakfast, lots of diferent flavours, some couldn’t recognise – honestly wasn’t quite to my taste as much as the one in Takayama. Afterwards, caught the bus up to station 5 on Mt Fuji, managed to get a peak at the top in morning, before clouded over…then poured with rain :-(. Bused back,Grabbed a 7/eleven meal for 300¥, got lost and soaked walking back to Inn.
Dinner was Indian, felt it not bad, but a little sweet, and definatly not Indian med-hot as was described. Finished off with a round of Kareoke 🙂 – somthing one must do at least once when in Japan. At least im not alone with a out-of-tune voice ^_^. With 7 others, did 2 songs + a duet within the hour we had booked, Bohemian Rhapsody [QUEEN], Dont Stop [Fleetwood Mac], and another for duet, cant remember name right now…it will come to me.
Now it’s back to Tokyo for last minute shopping 🙂 …
One thing would like to add, some may have heard of it before, at padestrian crossings, instead of silence, or beeping, a wide variety of tunes are played, a diferent one fot diferent set of lights, found them quite amusing actually 😉 this can be applied to announcements on public transport too…
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