We left Nojima Youth Centre before 1200 hours and proceed to next stopover in the middle of the highway, Umi-hotaru.
Umi-hotaru (海ほたる ,Umi-hotaru, literally meaning "sea firefly") with a rest area consisting of restaurants, shops and amusement facilities. The Tokyo Bay Aqua-Line (東京湾アクアライン ,tōkyō wan akua rain?) is a bridge-tunnel combination across Tokyo Bay in Japan. It connects the city of Kawasaki in Kanagawa Prefecture with the city of Kisarazu in Chiba Prefecture, and forms part of National Route 409. With an overall length of 14 km, it includes a 4.4 km bridge and 9.6 km tunnel underneath the bay—the longest underwater tunnel for cars in the world.
Afterthat, we proceed straight to the Narita Tokyo Airport for our flight back home to Singapore.