Friday, 22 August 2014

Three More Months

and we're set to go!

And perhaps, then this blog will get a bit of update. Finally! Hihihi

We'll be flying into Nagoya this time because at the time we booked the airtickets, flights to Nagoya had the cheapest rate.
 
But whaddya know. Just our luck (or bad luck), Air Asia X offered flights to Narita, Tokyo (in addition to Haneda) and it's cheaper too, a few weeks after we bought our tickets! Huhuhu
 
Anyway, we'll be flying into Nagoya, going down to Nikko before Tokyo then back up to Nagoya for our return trip.
 
Can't wait!

17 comments:

  1. Great! I bet you and the family are really excited to be back in Japan. Any plans to check out the Nagoya area or Gifu?

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    1. Nothing set in stone yet, for our plans. But maybe we'll spend a few days there.

      Any suggestions? :-)

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    2. Lots to see in and around Nagoya. I recommend Nagoya Castle, Atsuta Shrine, The Railway Museum and Science Museum. Close to Nagoya a must see is Inuyama Castle which is the oldest original castle in Japan. Here in Gifu there is lots to do and see around Gifu City including climbing Mount Kinka and Gifu Castle, Ukai and Inaba Shrine. If you have time also check out some of the sights of Gifu Prefecture including Gujo Hachiman, Hida Takayama and Shirakawago.

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    3. Cool!

      Thanks for the recommendation. :)

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  2. I hope you have a lovely family holiday. You must have Japan withdrawal symptoms by now!

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    1. Actually, I guess we've been busying ourselves that while we do miss it, it wasn't that bad even after not going for almost three years. Imagine that!

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  3. With all of your running, you could have been here by now! Yeesh, hurry up! ;)

    Nagoya has a lot to see and do, surprisingly. Mie is lovely too, specifically Ise Shrine. Then there is Hikone too. Need to go to Gifu someday, but not in the cards.

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    1. Pity Japan is an island otherwise I probably would've ended up there on foot! LOL

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    2. You can get here most of the way on foot. ;)

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    3. Hahaha

      And then swim? :P

      I'll probably reach Japan when I'm 55 if I start now. :P

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    4. If you start now, by the time you are 55, we'll have shoes for running on water. ;)

      Just be sure not to run through those borders. I'm not sure the border guards would appreciate a jungle woman running through the borders and not stopping. :D

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  4. Have a great trip. It must be fun in Nagoya and Nikko.
    There is "Hitsumabushi" in Nagoya. It's an eel on the rice.
    http://nagoya.xtone.jp/class/hitsumabushi.html

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  5. Welcome to Japan. I hope you and your family will enjoy the trip. If you have a spare time in Tokyo, We are always welcome you and your family in our house.

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    1. Thank you Minoru.

      We hope to see you and wife too, if you are free. :)

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    2. Hi,Lina. When your schedule is fixed,please email me. I hope the weather will not be cold.

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  6. Hi! We are looking forward to meeting you and your family at 25th in this month.

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