Tuesday, 21 March 2017

Day 2 Autumn Trip : Bungy!!! andddd Arashi?

Assalamualaikum and Konnichiwa!

Sorry for the long delay. Life has been so busy nowadays... ihik!

And sorry, for now I skip the day 1 or day of arrival stories. It was just stories about our flight and how we slept in the airport hehe. Will publish that post later...or someday.
I'll try my best to make all my entries as informative as possible. Eventhough I know that nowadays, many have been in Japan (not like when it was 2 years ago), but I hope I can still help a little, especially the 1st timer.

So, let's proceed to day 2.

Pass used for the whole day : Suica (we reload 8000 yen because we still have few yens left from our 2014 trip). Suica for Malaysians is like Touch and Go. No special discount or privilege, just to ease your journey without having to buy the ticket at the machine.

Bungy Jump: Ryujin Suspension Bridge (100m height)

As I told you above, we slept in the airport mainly for waiting the earliest train to go to Hitachi-Ota station as the journey will take almost 3 hours. My cousin and I, both were so eager to try the bungy jump in Japan and after doing some researches, I found that the highest bungy in Japan would be from Ryujin Suspension Bridge (100m). Not only that, the awesome view I saw through the Google photos was so tempting that finally we chose it as our bungy place.  Once we reached the Hitachi-Ota station, we took the bus that brought us directly to the Ryujin Suspension Bridge for 500 yen (you can ask the tourist information just beside the station).

The most missed drink, Van Houten cocoa
There was a toilet there, maybe because it's a long journey train, and of course I tried. Though it was in an old train, the toilet was clean and well-maintained
The view along the way was beautiful. There were hills and villages and we saw many persimmons were hanged outside to dry. I forgot that it was actually persimmon season in Japan.

 And here we are!!
The parking lot

Ryujin suspension bridge is actually Honshu's longest suspension bridge at 75 metres of length. Underneath the bridge, there is a dam with the bridge suspended 100 metres above the lake surface. Ryujin means Dragon-god, depicted by the dragon theme that was used to design and advertise the giant suspension bridge.

Such a beauty, isn't it?

So actually I booked online for a 12.30 pm session, but we arrived early so the bungy team asked us to walk around 1st and come back later. Well, my cousin and I, we're actually not totally free from acrophobia, means that we are actually a little bit fear of height. We even avoided standing at the edge of the bridge, explaining why there is no picture of lake underneath from the bridge ahaks!
But once we wore the safety gear, and walked back at the bridge, the fear suddenly gone like magic! There was a group of 4 young men with us, but like a 'gentleman', they asked me to be the 'lady first'.

Along our path, we met many people, and by looking at our safety gear, they knew that we were going for the bungy jump (plus I heard them said "bungy" few times). And many of them gave us words of encouragement, and I found that sweet especially coming from the obaachan and ojiichan.

We walked until the middle of the bridge, and we have to take short stairs going under the bridge walkway to the deck (people can look at us from the bridge path through a glass window). 

They gave us some prep-talk, and told us what to do; after the jump, we would bounce 2 times and after the 2nd bounce, we had to pull something so that our body will be in sitting position, signal them with an 'O' signal, then they would send something like a hook so that they can pull us back to the deck. And then, it was the time for the 1st jumper, ME!!!

Looks calm at the outside, but inside......
Standing at the deck, moving little by little forward, I managed to enjoy the view, the fascinating view, and the remaining fear was totally gone at that moment. 

I believe I can fly!! At this moment honestly, I have no fear at all, only excitement!

I even enjoyed the view, beautiful subhanallah

I shouted 'Malaysia Boleh!!' while bouncing ahahhaha

That's me, with a nervous smile. While waiting for them to pull me up, I used the time to enjoy some more magnificient views, from a place that not everybody would take the chance. All praises for Allah. It was so beautiful, it made me teared up.

While waiting for my cousin to finish (she jumped fourth), I talked with one of the staffs. She seemed so interested with us, asking where we're coming from, and what we planned to do after this. And she was so surprised when I told her that we will cover the Fuji Q Higland on the next day. She said that we were so brave and the activities were so extreme. Haha.

For the 100m bungy jump at Ryujin Bridge, it costed us 10 000 yen plus 3500 yen for photos from their professional photographer. Insurance was included in that price too. If you are considering doing the bungy jump but at a more less cost with lower height, you can choose other places that suit your preference by referring to this web: www.bungyjapan.com

Us with the certificate and photo CD.
Pardon me, the lower part was kind of embarassing to be shown ahhaha

After claiming our certificate and CD, we walked around the food stalls, looking for things that we can eat while waiting for the return bus. Finally we decided to try the shioyaki, fish that was salted and grilled, and it was oishii~ There were some souvenir shops there too. But we did not buy anything as we have many places to cover after this.

We took the bus back to Hitachi-Ota. We prayed in Hitachi-Ota station while waiting for the train. It was a funny situation but i should tell you that in other entry.

Light Illumination in Rikugien Garden

Then from Hitachi-Ota station, we proceeded to Rikugien Garden. Through my research, Rikugien Garden was one of the best night illumination to be enjoyed in autumn. It was only few minutes walk from Komagome station. Sadly, it was raining when we arrived, and we could not really enjoy the view, even at some point, due to the wet path, I regretted my decision for a bit. Still, it was beautiful, and we managed to eat dango there hehe.

Rikugien Garden

Fangirling: 'Are You Happy' Arashi Concert Tour

And then, well, while doing my research, at 1st I did not know that on the day I would be in Tokyo, was the same day with Arashi Concert Tour 'Are You Happy?'.By the moment I realized the date, as getting the concert ticket was kind of impossible, I managed to ask my cousin's permission to take a peek at the site of their concert, which was in Tokyo Dome.

So here we were!!!

Are you happy?? Because I am! ^_^


Pardon my polka dot shirt ahaks!

yeah..chubby face..happy face

 And then, while trying to capture some sound from the dome, we walked around, enjoying the illumination.

Yes, Ultraman came for the concert too!! He's a fanboy ahahhaha

I forgot to take the picture of the concert goods stall. For those who don't know, in Japan (and Korea too I think), they will sell things like hoodie, towels, penlights (my favourite), uchiwa (my favourite too because it's cheap), and many other things that fans can buy only on their concerts. It may sounds rubbish but hey, everyone has their own hobby and interest right?. Well, the staffs, they were very efficient, and I bought few things, and I queued again, and bought more goods, and spent around 10 000 yen only here..huhuhuhu...

And after walking and listening for some time, we decided to call it a day. We went to the Iriya station and walked to our hostel, 1 Night 1980 Hostel. It was a very nice hostel, with capsules. And with only 2340 yen per night, they also provided us free amenities, like shampoos, shower gel, face and body towels that we can change everyday. Only that it is not too near (but not too far) from the station. But it was very comfortable, and they even have one floor specially for women and can only be accessed with security cards. That's surely a relief especially for lady travelers.

So I summarised our day with the cost (souvenirs and concert goodies not included of course)

Bungy Jump 100m : 15 000 yen (+3500 yen for photos and CD)
Suica reload : 8000 yen
Bus return Ryujin Bridge : 1000 yen
Rikugien garden admission : 300 yen
1 Night 1980 Hostel : 2340 yen

Tips to be more cost-effective : I planned to use the Tokyo Wide Pass that cover Tokyo and the cities around it, but I could not find any space of time to buy it before going to Hitachi-Ota. I will tell you more why is that using TWP is more cost-effective than using the Suica, later.

Anyway, feel free to ask if you have any question. I'll try my best to answer :)

And pardon me for my english grammar. im trying to improve huhu.

Nevertheless, before I ending this entry, I would like to share our video, enjoying the illumination in Tokyo Dome with Arashi Song (not from the concert, but they used Arashi song for the illumination. 

Enjoyyy and see you in the next entry~ 

"I learned that courage was not the absence of fear, but
the triumph over it. The brave man is not he who does
not feel afraid, but he who conquers that fear."
-Nelson Mandela-

Friday, 13 January 2017


Assalamualaikum and Konnichiwa!!

Muqaddimah means Introduction, so..
Before telling all short and long stories about my autumn trip, let me share you the brief plans 1st for you to have some ideas.

Then whenever I post an entry with details, I'll put the link in this post for an easy reference. So always looks for the updates ya!!

So here it is:

20.11.2016 (Sunday)

-Arrive in Haneda International Airport and overnight in airport.

21.11.2016 (Monday)
-Went to Hitachi-ota for 100m bungy jump at Ryujin Suspension Bridge.
-Went for illumination in Rikugien Garden
-Went to Tokyo Dome to have a peek at 'Are You Happy?' Arashi Concert Tour and enjoy Tokyo Dome Illumination
-Sleep in 1 Night 1980 Hostel

22.11.2016 (Tuesday)

- Fuji Q Higlands
-Sleep in 1 Night 1980 Hostel

23.11.2016 (Wednesday)

-Enjoy Gingko Avenue
-Went to Koishikawa Korakuen Garden
-Shopping in Ameyayokocho
-Went to Ashikaga Flower Park for Flower Fantasy Illumination
-Depart to Kyoto at 10.40pm

24.11.2016 (Thursday)

-Sagano Romantic Train
-Arashiyama Bamboo Forest
- Tenryuji temple
-Togetsukyo Bridge
-Fushimi Inari
-Sleep in K's House Kyoto

25.11.2016 (Friday)

-Genkoan Temple
-Kinkakuji (Golden Pavillion)
-Ginkakuji (Silver Pavillion)
-Gion looking for Naritaya Ramen (Halal)
-Kiyomizudera Temple for illumination
-sleep in Santana Guest House

26.11.2016 (Saturday)

-Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park and Museum
-Hiroshima Castle
-Sukkeien Garden
-Went to Iwakuni for Kintaikyo bridge
-Went to Miyajima Island
-Sleep in Hiroshima Hana Hostel

27.11.2016 (Sunday)

- Himeji Castle and Kokoen Garden
- Kurashiki Bikan Historical City
- Dinner in Matsuri (Halal japanese Restaurant)
- Sleep in Jhoppers Osaka

28.11.2016 (Monday)

-Kitano cho
-Meriken Park (Kobe Port Tower and Kobe Port Memorial Park)
-Kobe Earthquake Memorial Museum
-Kobe Mosque
-Nara Park
-Dinner in Matsuri (Halal Japanese Restaurant)
-Sleep in Jhoppers Osaka

29.11.2016 (Tuesday)

-Enjoy Osaka with Osaka Amazing Pass
--Tsutentaku Tower
--Tempozan Ferris Wheel
--St Maria Day Cruise
--Umelda Sky Building Floating Garden
--Gshock hunting in Yodobashi Umeda and Bic Camera
--Shopping in Dotonburi
-Sleep in Jhoppers Osaka

30.11.2016 (Wednesday)

-Going home from Kansai International Airport

Yeahhh. So now you have an idea of what I'm goint to write about.

And as you can see, it's an exhausting one yet full of beautiful sceneries and wonderful moments.

See you soon in the next entry!!!!

“The use of traveling is to regulate imagination with reality, and instead of thinking of how things may be, see them as they are.” 
– Samuel Johnson -

Thursday, 5 January 2017

Hello 2017!!

Hello and konnichiwa!!

Oh my god, it feels like years that I have not updated anything here.
Wait a minute!
It's truly already years!! Gomenne hehe.

Alhamdulillah for 2016. The year that I feel like going soooooooooooo fast. Like in a blink of my eyes, gone, whoooooopppp, and come 2017 haha.

But, there was one thing happened in 2016 that was the highlight of the year!! MY 2ND TRIP TO JAPAN *trumpet sound* Yeayyyyyyyyyyyyy!!

So I'll try to share as much as I can about my Autumn trip after this.
So be prepared!! hehe.

Teaser ;)

Love, D.

“Wherever you go becomes a part of you somehow.” 
~Anita Desai~

Saturday, 11 October 2014

Japan Part 10 - Our last day here!!! Tell the world I'm coming home..sob sob sob....

Assalamualaikum, Konnichiwa and Hi!!

Phewwww~ just one last entry for our Japan trip, but it took few weeks for me to have the mood to write huhuhu. Sorry for the delay. My life has been so busy, and even if I have some free time to write, my mobile broadband did not give me good co-operation.

So, as usual, this is only meant for sharing. I am an amateur backpacker, and all the experiences shared here were only to help other backpackers who dream to go to Japan but with some limited budgets or those who love to be adventurous without a tourist guide. If you're none of those two, you have the option to hire travel guide, and I know some with Muslim-friendly services that can guide you in Japan. And of course, there are more blogs from more experience backpackers out there, mine, again is just from an amateur, who love to share some tips for the 1st timers, and at the same time, carving my memories here. So feel free to choose ;)

All the budget and costings will be at the end of each entry. Feel free to read, or you can just skip all those long bla bla bla, and just look at the summary. hehe...Enjoy!!


For our last place on our last day may not so worthy to be waited for haha, but we decided to spend our final day in Japan just by strolling around the Chubu Centrair International Airport. Yeah, for a first-timer, even the airport itself was pretty interesting. There was no moment that we regret about. You can have some info HERE.

It took only around 5 minutes from our hotel to the airport by walking. The hotel also provides shuttle bus to the airport, but as we don't really need it, we decided to walk and enjoying our last fresh air there. I really mean that 'fresh air'. Honestly, I can not deny that the air there was much fresher than where I come from. But I still love home more..:)

We put our luggages and backpacks at the Short Term Baggage Storage and went to the convenience store for some food and some more souvenirs. We bought some natto-rolled-rice and almost buying pork takoyaki (the staff realized that we're muslims so she told us about it and showed us what food that we can consume). So then we bought some sushi and few other food and drinks. But, well, it's from a convenience store, so I don't really recommend it if you really want to try an authentic japanese food.

After those munching and tasting and drinking, hehe, we went to the Sky deck to enjoy some views on departing and arriving planes. 

Selfie and wefie!!

look at how burnt my face was hahahahahah

Then we went to all the shops there. The airport has 2 themes, western and japanese themes called as Renga-dori and Chochin yokocho. You can shop and shop and shop while waiting for your departure time here.

As you can see, there is a picture of my sis at the door of the prayer room. Yes, Chubu Airport has prayer rooms for Muslims (or any other religions who need it). I see that as something veeeeeeeeeeeeeery touching, very considerate, very good. You see, Japan is a country with very minority of muslims. But, as nowadays there are more and more and more muslim tourists come to Japan, they don't mind providing us facilities and services that are muslim-friendly. And I really appreciate that. Seriously, hontouni arigatou gozaimasu!!!!! *happy tears*. Till the day I wrote this, there have been few more prayer rooms were opened in Japan, near the subway stations that I've been informed, and that's so cool!!!

Oh, that delicious guy posing for Meiji chocolate? that is my boyfriend ^_^ *dreaming, I know!*
And because of him, we bought some Meiji Chocolate that we have googled its 'halal' status. Hoho..

just sharing a printscreen of the website info on prayer room hehe

before entering our departure hall, we bought some more souvenirs like keychains, fridge magnets and Green tea Kitkat. Why? because only here that we were really convinced that no more cash was needed, so we can just spend it as much as we had haha.

Oh, justttttt a reminder. If you want to claim all those taxes, there is a blue box in the airport and make sure you settle it BEFORE you come into the departure hall. I'm not so sure about the procedure because we got some wrong informations that costed us to just forget about the tax-claim huhuhuhuhu. Well, will study more on that for Japan 2.0 insyaAllah.

Yeah, seem so happy, but we were actually crying in the inside. Too many kind strangers, too many wonderful experiences, too many beautiful sceneries that we enjoyed, too many wonderful moments that we carved in our memories, and yes, all that made goodbyes became harder. But, thinking about home, and our beloved people, that's what made us strong to walk into the plane and said goodbye. We'll be back insyaAllah.......

Thank you, ALLAH The AlMighty for the chance and opportunity
Thank you sis and cousin for being together
Thank you Japan and your very nice people
Thank you family and friends who supported and prayed for us

Time for final costing!!!! Souvenirs are not included. 

Day 1 : 10,040 yen
Day 2 : 7200 yen
Day 3 : 23 420 yen
Day 4 : 5550 yen
Day 5 : 23 200 yen
Day 6 : 3600 yen
Day 7 : 8010 yen
Day 8 : 6700 yen
Day 9 : 6760 YEN
Day 10: Baggage storage 500 yen (percart) and food and beverage ~500 yen/pax = 1000 yen

Flight perpax RM 919.70
(KUL-NGY + Food + seat) + (NGY-KUL + Food + seat + baggage 20kg)

TOTAL GROUND (Food + Accommodation + Transportation + Tickets fee inc. Disneyland/sea)
= 95 480 yen (I should round this to 96 000 yen, just to be sure if I forgot/miscalculate anything)

To be fair, I'll calculate according to the highest currency rates (price that we bought yen in Mid Valley) that was 100 yen = 3.30 (Now it was around RM 3.00 for 100 yen)

That means,

TOTAL (+ Flight ticket) = RM 4087.70 +/- RM 100 (my sis and I decided at the last minute to add baggage in our departure ticket, that was around rm60)

Tadaaaa!!! We made it!!! 10 days, plus with Disney Resort hotel for 1 night, plus 2 days ticket, all for 1 pax was around RM 4000 only. You heard me right!!!Seriously you can save more by NOT staying in Disney Resort Hotel (you have many other options to stay near the Disneyland but still in low budget), grabbing promo tickets that you can get ad low as 500, or not taking food in flight if your plane is at midnight where most of the time you'll only be sleeping haha, and many more options of cheaper but good hostel/hotel with one condition, book early!!!! Then, you can spend your extra money on authentic Japanese food, even for Muslims, there are halal food in certain big cities.

But, seriously guys, if money is never a problem, you can consider hiring travel guide, so that you don't have to study anything, just pack and pay haha.

But for those who love to backpack, or being adventurous is your forte, or you're somebody who don't really like to follow tight schedule, then I hope my entries can help you in planning for your wonderful trip to Japan!!!

Anyway guys, all the places that we went are the places that we really want to go first and we chose the most reachable, most convenient for us as first-timers, and most suitable to visit in Spring. There are many other attraction places that we did not visit, and have to pass them to our Japan 2.0 plan. I'll share them with you after this insyaAllah. So, plan your trip, study more, maybe you'll reach all those places first before us!!! Mine was only for you to have some ideas, but it's always free to plan your own too!!! 

Thanks for reading!!! xoxoxo!!

~Mary Ritter Beard~

Saturday, 30 August 2014

Votes needed please! And maybe it's actually your lucky win!

Assalamualaikum, Konnichiwa and Hi,

I join a contest with JNTO (Japan National Tourism Organisation Singapore) and I really need your votes.  The prize is a pair of ticket to Japan!!! But what's made me more excited is that voters also stand a chance to win a pair of tickets to Japan. Yes, you heard me right!! They will have 3 winners, one with the most votes, one that their judges choose, and a lucky voter! and all will win a pair of tickets to Japan, exciting right?

So please click this link HERE then if you have not like the page yet, they will ask you to like the page first before you proceed to my entry. Then click the heart shaped icon with 'Love this' and that's a vote (refer picture with arrow heheheh). Your votes are truly appreciated, and my best wishes for you comes with that. And, who knows, maybe you'll be luckier than me!!!!!

Good luck!!!

P/S: please ignore the typo and the not-so-interesting write up. I did that from my phone so it's a little caca-merba hehehe.. still, thank you for your votes!!

Thank you so much!!!!

Japan Part 9 - Yamazaki River and Port of Nagoya Public Aquarium

Assalamualaikum, Konnichiwa and Hi!!

Notes as usual:
1. this is meant for sharing only
2. I am not a pro-traveler, just an amateur who love Japan so much
3. I know that many out there have a dream of going to Japan especially Arashist so I share my experience, hoping that it may benefit you to plan a trip to Japan, budget-wisely
4. I am losing my memory, and carving here is a solution, so bear with all the stories
5. All useful links and summary of the cost will be at the end of each entry. You may skip everything and scroll down. No hard feeling at all ^_^


We arrived in Nagoya Station Noritake around 6.30am, and 1st thing that we did was searching for coin lockers to keep our luggage and backpacks. We also made sure where the station for Meitetsu line that we should take in order to get to our hotel later. After everything settled, we took our way to the Yamazaki River. 

We chose to visit this river because it was in Spring and through our research Yamazaki River is a favourite spot to enjoy the sakura-viewing. It also has night time illumination in spring (info HERE). When we arrived at Mizuhoundojonishi Station, there were so many students with sports uniform heading the same way that we were heading. They had a sport day and the stadium was situated just near the river!! By the way, as you can see, the sakura was already past the full-bloom so the view was maybe not soooo fascinating but still beautiful for us to enjoy hehe.

yes, above right side was the only cover for manhole in Japan that I managed to capture. 
Japan 2.0 I will surely remember to capture them all insyaAllah ^_^
you can enjoy some of wonderful pictures of manholes' covers in Japan HERE

Sports day!!!! 

there was something historical here, but I forgot about the story huhu

flowers bloom beautifully in a playground that we passed by

I missed those moments walking around will all these views.. see the house above, pretty isn't it?

Then we headed Port of Nagoya to enjoy the Nagoya Public Aquarium. They have killer whales there or some may call it Orca and that was why we really wanted to go there. Luckily, all of us three love things like this hahaha..It was only 8 minutes walk from Nagoyako station. We bought some food to eat before we enter the aquarium.

My sis's favourite. We truly tawakkal for this huhu..

the excitement started to build up when we saw all these!!

haha.. we bought hot drinks to warm our bodies after breakfast and we chose three types of Nescafe that we were sure halal (we googled the ingredients) and after discussing, this black one went to my cousin (thank you for sacrifing ur taste bud dear!) haha.. but at last we drank it together because let me tell you, this was the most bitter memory that we had in Japan ahahahhahahah... so that's why we shared it. Kesian my cousin heheheheh..

Then, it's time for the aquarium!! Yattaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!!!

Our friends, the killer whales!! Kawaiiiii!!!!

Another cute friends, dolphins!!!!

this one was actually taken from google. They sometimes release the whales here for people to watch. I forgot to capture this kind of view so I asked Mr Google for one huhu.  (the above dolphin pictures was taken by me from this audience seats)

they called this as white whale, or beluga. They also have shows here, and it was exciting and cute!

haiiiiiiiiiiiii~~ this dolphin's name is Joy! what a brilliant creature!!

We were sooooooooooo excited for this show, and our eyes keep shedding happy tears.. huhuhu... 

Then we continued to enjoy the rest of the aquarium..

they even have penguins here! and you can wait for the feeding time to watch them eat, ofcourse!

errr....no caption, ahaks!

We bought the combo-tickets that also allow entrance into the nearby Nagoya Marine Museum, the Antarctic Research Vessel "Fuji," and the observation deck (top floor of the Port Building at the Port of Nagoya). So after we had fully enjoyed the aquarium, we headed to the other two places.

Sugoi ne?

ai aiii captain!!

they did this meticulously. Those brownish things came with the oily effects..hoho..

bit of creepy haha!

errr...what I was doing???

the last picture with a sakura tree!!

We spent sooooooo many hours in Port of Nagoya, and by the time we were finish, the day started to get dark, so we cancelled our plan to see the Wildflower Garden Blue bonnet and the Higashiyama Sky Tower. After discussion, we decided to search for a muslim shop for some food. But after few stations, and few more walkings, we disappointedly turned back to Nagoya station because we couldn't find the shop. It may not exist anymore, maybe.

most right is the schedule for the train and they really do follow it.. 

some more pictures to capture the memories..left below were how the coin lockers look like ^_^

So we took the meitetsu line, the special line to go to the airport. Our hotel the Toyoko Inn Chubu Kokusai Honkan Orange Sidewas just 5-10 minutes walk from the airport. The staff was so nice and even offered us 3 small free gifts (each of us got 3). The room was very comfortable and came with a large TV and  seaside view. So we washed up, ate our remaining food (we still have our Maggie and Brahim's), watch some news and variety shows, and then....... sleep. And that's how our day in Nagoya ended hehe..

picture at the right above was actually our toilet key-control. After many way more impressive toilets, only this one I remember to photograph hahahah..I will talk more about toilets in other entries heheh.. I mean toilet in Japanlaa ehhe..

Before I forgot, Nagoya also has its own unlimited pass that you can get at 600~850 yen but we did not buy it because we had already recharged our Suica for another 1000 yen before (refer previous entry).

Informational links:
4. Infor for Nagoya HERE

Other attractive places that we did not go due to time constraint
1. Nagoya castle
2. Higashiyama sky tower
3. Wildflower garden

So now it's time for cost!!!

Port of Nagoya Aquarium (packaged with Nagoya Marine Museum, the Antarctic Research Vessel "Fuji," and the observation deck).          2000 yen/pax
Food and drinks                                    ~800 yen/pax
Train fare                                                 none, included in Suica
Coin locker                                            ~800 yen/pax (the smaller your bag, the smaller the amount you need to pay)
Toyoko Inn (Room for 3, non smoking)  3160 yen/pax/night



“The journey itself is my home.” 
~Matsuo Bashō~