Seems like everyone's in Japan or is going to Japan. My instagram feed is full of Japanese visas, Samurais, and Japanese people. And I totally love it! I have such good memories of Tokyo, Nagoya, and Mt. Fuji! Sometimes the thought of it makes me cry. Awww.
Let's go down memory lane and join me as I recall my Japanese adventure in 2013!
Pixelated photo alert! Skinny me alert! Everything's alert except for this photo of me. Hahahahaha! Super early Delta Airline flights make me sleepy.
I had a very comfortable flight from Manila to Nagoya because I had all the extra leg room I needed. The moment I got out of the plane, I was hungry already but unfortunately I did not want to break down my Japanese Yen just yet because all I saw were vending machines and everything looked expensive. Hahahahaha!
We had lunch at a pasta place in the airport. I can't remember if it was Italian but everything was good.
We took a train from Nagoya International Airport going to the the Shinkansen Terminal for Tokyo. I had to take off my blazer because Japan in August is super duper warm.
I like the chic bag of the Japanese lady beside me.
We needed some coolers for the hot weather. Green Tea! Starbucks!
MRT staff should wear this uniform. So classy!
Bullet train is here! Can't wait to step inside!
A handsome seat mate wouldn't hurt. Right?
The bullet train experience was really pleasurable. Hardly noticed that the train was even moving. I was just in pure awe at it. Everything was just too nice. I wanna take pictures of everything. Make videos and freeze the moment.
Arrived in Tokyo after about an hour. It is so amazing! By car, it takes about 4 hours but the bullet train cuts the travel into half the time. Though more expensive, I find it very convenient.
Tokyo Station is lovely!
The Tokyo Station ceiling was so beautiful.
Took a cab from Tokyo Station to the Prudential Tower Residences, our home for the next 9 days. Expensive cabs! Hoooooh! So glad I was not paying for it then.
Home at last!
The view from the window was extremely impressive. The Tokyo skyline!
And when it was time to sleep, I thought I will have to wake up now from a very nice dream.
That was just day one and I still have eight more days of adventure I want to share with all of you. Sometimes its really nice to look back. And it makes you think where your wandering feet takes you in the future.
I hope to hear from you!
Lots of love...
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