|After staying 2 nights at Urbain Central Hiroshima it was time for us to leave this city for Tokyo.|
|Our plan was to visit the places we missed out the day before at the Memorial Park before we say goodbye to Hiroshima.|
|The location of Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park was once the city’s busiest downtown commercial and residential district. The park was built on an open field that was created by the explosion.|
|Bye bye Hiroshima. May Peace prevails on earth.|
|Our fares from Hiroshima to Tokyo of 18,040yen per person and it was the most costly of all our train fares we had in this entire trip which is about less than RM600.00. By the way the journey took about 4hours 10minutes with 9 stops.|
|Non reserved seats are normally found at car 1,2 &3 which are at the far end of the train.|
Our lunch on the train.
|Finally we reached our last base on the 11th day and our last city to explore. The last time I visited Tokyo was 32 years ago and that was a long time.|
|From Tokyo Station we took Yamanote line for Ueno Station. We managed to carry our bagged brommies in and out off the train without much difficulties which at time the commuter train were packed with people.|
|As we travelled we learn their system and slowly we could move around in the station without much hassle.|
|A major commuter hub, it is also the traditional terminals for long-distance trains from northern Japan, although with the extension of the Shinkansen lines to Tokyo Station this role has diminished in recent years.|
|Going through the busy roads as we moved towards Oak Hotel.|
|The sky was getting dark when we found Oak Hotel, a budget hotel that is old but clean as in most hotels found in this country.|
|The room is really small and compact but livable.|
We found a eating corner near Oak Hotel and decided to have a simple meal for the day.
Another simple meal before we go back and rest ourselves.
|Good Night Tokyo!|