JAPAN 2009- DAY 6 (Tokyo)
More pics of our cosy room in Sumire Inn before we check out.
feels so homely!
i'm missing this place right now!
we hung our towels and laundry here!
Natulux hotel is very near Sumire Inn, and we were walking to the bus stop just outside JR Furano Station to catch the bus to Asahikawa airport where we will be flying off from to Tokyo.
Hokkaido's fresh milk is a must try.
this is the bus that we took to Asahikawa airport, journey is about 45 mins to an hour from Furano.
our breakfast in the bus
we passed by beautiful sunflower fields
we reached Asahikawa and...... ATE AGAIN.
and this peach jelly tastes great.
we unintentionally captured a pic of this man yawning behind and he is also from Singapore.
a big HELLO to TOKYO~
saw this very cute Pokemon plane.
the cubicle in Haneda airport had a digital screen mounted on the partition.
we ATE AGAIN AND AGAIN when we reached Haneda airport (Tokyo).
Haneda airport is actually closer to the city area (Shinjuku, Shibuya etc) than Narita airport, so it's good to arrive at Haneda airport if you're coming from Hokkaido.
Sunshine City Prince Hotel@ Ikebukuro.
The reason i chose to stay in this hotel is because they have the airport limousine service that departs from the airport and stops right at the hotel's doorstep, i can also take this airport limousine service back to the airport right from the hotel, its very convenient especially with all those heavy luggages and shopping loots.
Also, i particularly like the neighbourhood of Ikebukuro, its very lively, has a great shopping mall (Sunshine City) which houses lots of shops, and Ikebukuro itself has plenty of great food, you'll never starve here, in fact, you'll be spoilt for choices when it comes to food!
Ikebukuro- bustling with people.
Ginza- lots of upscale shops here, we came here in search of Burberry's Blue Label, in the end i didn't get anything there.
i was surprised to see A&F here in Ginza.
Choosing a restaurant for dinner @Ikebukuro
Saba Fish- my favourite!
Ikebukuro traffic junction
Oden @Lawson's- convenience store littered almost everywhere in Japan.