Oh yeah! Shabondy house!
Lots of photos with the pirates of One Piece!
|Entrance to Shabondy House. The lady lent me her mini pirate hat.|
|restaurants and souvenir shops area|
|view at the back|
KAIJYOH 3D THEATER
We still had a lot of time before the Thousand Sunny Go cruise on it's second set so we decided to watch One Piece 3D film first. It was only a 20-25 minute film. Watching One Piece in 3D was really a lot enjoyable. The fee is 500 yen per person by the way.
|yeah I know! I look funny LOL!|
|Thousand Sunny Go|
Outside, there are also life size character boards of Mugiwara pirates. Character boards, is that how you call it? Please correct me if I'm wrong...
|Because I love Luffy....|
500 yen per ride.
After watching the movie, Thousand Sunny Go's staffs were not yet ready to accept passengers so we decided to ride the Mini Merry.
My husband is a very private person. He asked me not to let his face be seen here in my blog. Sorry for that...
ONE PIECE RESTAURANT
After riding the Mini Merry, we ate our lunch in One Piece Restaurant.
|My meal - White Curry w/ Chopper's hat shaped Sakura Rice and oolong tea|
|Hubby's meal - spaghetti meatballs and oolong tea|
After lunch, we went cruising with the Thousand Sunny Go.
I will show you our photos inside the Thousand Sunny Go on another post...
My husband wanted to see Vincent Van Gogh's painting exhibit so we went there after.
After watching the exhibit, we went back to Shabondy House to take more photos and of course how can we forget to buy some souvenirs?
|Me and the Shichibukai Bartholomew Kuma|
|Me with Trafalgar Law|
|Love how this group of students pose in pictures. Planado talaga hahaha! They also made a great pose with Trafalgar Law before we took our turn.|
|Huge Chopper inside the souvenir shop.|
|Popcorn anyone? The bucket costs 1000 yen each (with popcorn inside)|
|Shopping Galore ang lola! Guess what's inside those bags..|
To be continued....
Next part, get ready to cruise with the Thousand Sunny Go!