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Saturday, 15 November 2014



nice shot from the shinkansen:)


"Just as quickly as they'd doze off, they'd snap to attention right before their stop!"

So true! I did this nearly every day and only missed my stop about 5 times in total during my summer internship in Japan. :)


Wow the real food really does look like the plastic version!


Hi Kat - That made the Missus happy!

Hey Hao - It was amazing to watch folks doze off immediately, only to get up instantly right before their stop.

It really did, CC......kinda strange...


How was your ride on the Shinkansen? Just curious, what is the premium compared to a conventional train?


Hi Jan - It's very smooth, tons of legroom...and fast. Now our JR Pass wasn't good for the Nozomi or Mizuho trains, but the one's we caught were really fast and comfortable.


:D yes, I was also surprised at how fun and relatively delicious the train bentos were. They were such higher quality food than I expected.


Hi Lynnea - Yes, we had a couple of these and they all were pretty good.

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