Sunday, November 20, 2011

Japan Trip 1: Hakone : Lake Ashi



tWo thumbs up for the vending machine in Japan...It's everywhere...even in the back street...but what's the point of placing it there?

The travelling starts right after 7 & half hour flight from KL to Narita Airport, leaving us no time to rest, not to mention sleep. The 1st place that we are about to visit is the Hakone area. Since it is a Japan public holiday on our arrival day, the jam is bad. We took a toilet break before we continue on the journey to Hakone which is almost 2 hours.


Cute doggie with its Jap owner.


Rows of stalls selling Jap food...but very da expensive...


This bread costed around RM6...idk whats the exact name of the bread...but it's a bit on the hard side and tasted a bit cheese and green onion.




Cute bread spotted...somehow looks a bit like Chibi Maruko to me..


Adult magazine/hentai...

After experiencing the clean toilet, we continue our journey uphill...


Some kind of grass-field...according to the tour guide, this kind of grass is only available there....but I don't remember it's name...forgive me...


Bye-bye greens as autumn's aproaching~


Place where we had lunch located right next to the spectacular Kojiri Lake Ashi.


1st Japanese meal after touchdown in Tokyo. How did the Japanese not become fat by eating such heavy meal? 


The rice is yum-yum..there's this seaweed thingy where you sprinkle it on top of your rice which makes it more flavorful. I can eat 2 bowls of rice with it anytime.


Cute wine glass...it's grape wine, if I'm not wrong.


Nice view of Lake Ashi just next to the restaurant.




Japanese is really to vending machines. They even have vending for cigarette...

That's it for this post...I'm gonna continue next post with Hakone's Black Egg...Stay tune!!

2 comments:

Lindy said...

Omg....the vending machines looks so cool! If I ever go to Japan, I'll definitely spazz about vending machine first! lol

hcvvorld of Travels and Photography said...

u have not seen vending machines for cup noodles and bowl noodles yet..lol anyway that bread is RM8 after conversion and not RM6...it's 4.1 d leh..no more 3.0 like 3 years ago.. :D. Glad that you enjoy Japan

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