Waiting to fly out to Korea for a 3hour stop over and 12 hours til home!!!
So camp, it was cool!
Home of the Power Rangers and other Toei projects, the park was quite good.
Featuring sets from past films, the trademark of the park is its Edo style village and bridge, star of many period pieces.
Saw a Power Rangers Vs Ninja show that was just strange and a ninja show that was pretty cool (esp. the lead character).
Also had the set from Godzilla where he descends on Tokyo from the harbour but no Godzilla merchandise.
On a semi crowded train on the way back to Kyoto.
Locals still giving me a wide berth!
Made spinning tops by hand. Amazing place with lots to see.
Most impressed by the floor of prints. Makes me wish I had way much money and a means of getting it all home.
Currently sitting on a side street bench eating sushi and innari, watching the locals do their thing. Can life get any lazier?
May it never, ever happen again
Sitting having breakfast (unfortunately, its a western style breakfast – eating scrambled eggs with chopsticks just feels wrong 🙁 ) listening to an orchestral version of the Never Ending Story!! Surreal!!!!!
Good nights sleep last night. Kids are not looking after themselves food and waterwise, so will yet again have to tell them to eat and drink.
Last night was the first decent nights sleep Ive had as I was in bed by 9:30!!! Very hectic.
Can’t wait to see the O-Tori Gate and the Museum.
Hope the typhon doesn’t cause us any issues!!!!