Keep your ticket with you at all times as there will be ticket inspectors walking up and down the aisle to ensure you are not sitting in someone else's seat or on the wrong train.
We finally arrived at the Night Illumination and it was absolutely stunning but the photo's does not justify the place at all!
While walking along to the attraction ride we saw an onsen which you can soak your feet! Instantly our shoes and socks came off and we felt bliss! Earlier that day Max and I had been walking so much and once it was time for a soak in the hot waters our feet instantly swelled up!!
The attraction ride was this UFO disk which takes you up, high above the ground to get that bird view of the whole place when it is light up.
As we were going up we had to be seated until they announced that it was safe to stand up and take a look at the view.
What I loved about this restaurant was they offer all-you-can-eat bread rolls in different flavors!! You can only have 3 breads at a time but the waitress comes along every so often so you can keep getting some delicious breads! My favorite was the Houcha (roasted tea) flavored croissant
As for Max, he ordered the Winter Illumination recommended 3 course meal. The entree was very delicate and I managed to try the pâté and it was soooooooo good!!
After dinner we had about 30 minutes left until the place closed for the day, so we took the opportunity to take more photo's!!
A shoutout to my dear friend Ryota for driving us around that day and taking us to places where we wouldn't have been able to get to without his help!!
All this night illumination talk reminds me of Sydney's VIVID festival which is ending on the 8th June! If you've never been to VIVID go out and have a look! I took Ryota to his first VIVID earlier last week when he was in Sydney for a short visit.