Our flight was around 12 midnight of April 23rd, Friday. It means that we have to be at the airport at least 9pm of April 22nd. As soon as we got there, everything became more exciting since it was my grandparents’ first time to travel out of the country.
When we arrived at Narita International Airport, everything felt so surreal. I can’t explain the feeling but, all I know was just that I am so happy to be back here again. From their high-tech toilets to their vending machines. Ahhhhh! Thank you, Lord!
Bullet train or Shinkansen. Hope to try this one day!
So after we got our luggage, we waited for my uncle (my mom’s brother who lives in Japan with his wife) to pick us up. It was nearly two hours before we got into their place. As soon as we arrived in Kawaguchi station, my uncle’s in-laws were already there to pick up our luggage and bring them home. Hihi, we actually filled up their van with our luggage. We’ll take the bus anyway!
This is my cousin, Ayumi. Check out her youtube channel, btw!
The bicycle is one of the Japanese’ main transportation. Some of them ride it going to school and work. So I find it quite unusual to see men wearing their suit and tie, and on the other hand, women wearing skirts and dresses on their bicycle. I even saw a mother on her bicycle along with her three children following her with their little bicycles. They were too adorable! No wonder why they don’t experience heavy traffic.
Their vending machines are literally everywhere. You do not have to go to a convenience store just to grab a drink, ice cream, snacks, soup in cans, and even cigarettes too. Oh wait, no, I don’t smoke. Haha!
These are my two cousins, one of my sisters, and my dad.
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