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It was certainly a step up from the shared tatami-mat floors that haunt my memories of previous ferry journeys. As the ship left port, we enjoyed the evening lights of the coast before heading to the main restaurant. It was buffet-style, with a variety of Japanese, Western and Chinese food, what you might expect from a decent hotel buffet. After dinner, we headed for the daiyokujō (large public bath). Both the bathtubs and the sauna had large portholes, allowing you to enjoy the scenery while soaking. That evening, I slept like a baby, rocked to sleep by the gentle rolling motion of the ship as we made our way past Tokyo and northward to Sendai. After a brief stop in Sendai, we continued up the coast and spent another night off the coast of Tohoku. That next morning, we awoke to our first view of the snow-capped mountains of Hokkaido. After docking in Tomakomai, we made a quick trip by taxi and train into Sapporo, where we sampled two of the local specialties: jingisukan (grilled mutton and vegetables) and Sapporo ramen. Then we hit a local onsen (hot spring) and dashed back south to catch our next ferry.
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