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[kawaii and cool tokyo] day 7 (last day)

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Tokyo Trip 2013
Day 1: Tokyo Station – Ginza
Day 2: Shibuya – Harakuju – Shinjuku
Day 3: Yokohama – Cup Noodles Museum
Day 3 (Part2): Yokohama Port – The Red Brick House
Day 4: Mt. Fuji – Hakone – Lake Ashi
Day 5: Imperial Palace Garden – Tokyo Disneyland
Day 6: Asakusa – Ueno – Akihabara

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Day 7 – Narita Airport via T-CAT – NAIA Philippines

On our last day, we woke up early and ate for breakfast our personalized cup noodles 🙂

After checking out, we walked to the T-CAT Terminal few blocks away from our hotel. It was drizzling, and so I was having a hard time dragging my luggage.

T-CAT is Tokyo City Air Terminal where the bus limousine going to the airport can be found. It is really more comfortable and convenient than taking the train (no transfers that would require me to drag my luggage). If we only knew that this terminal is very near in our hotel, we could have took this instead of the train when we arrived in Tokyo. TIP: This terminal is also directly connected with Suitengu-mae station in Hanzomon line.

T-CAT
42-, Hakozaki-cho, Nihombashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
http://www.tcat-hakozaki.co.jp

We bought tickets at Airport Limousine counter (¥2,900 for one person going to Narita Airport).

The ride from the terminal (Ningyocho) to Narita is 55minutes. It was comfortable enough that i slept the whole time. We were dropped off right at Narita Terminal 2 🙂

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And oh, that was the time that I realized the fun Tokyo trip is about to end. 😦

And to enjoy our last moments in Tokyo, we ate lunch while waiting for our flight.

I had a very nice vacation experience at Tokyo. From our very convenient and comfortable hotel, to the delicious Japanese food, the friendliness of the Japanese people, to the efficiency of transportation, to the kawaii things and fashion sense, I definitely would want to go back here.

Arigatougozaimasu Japan! See you again soon! 🙂

P.S. As of this writing, a trip back to Tokyo is being planned. I’m so excited! 😀

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