Hotel Royal Garden Kisarazu

1-8-14 Yamato, Kisarazu, Chiba, Kanto, 292-0805, Japan | Hotel
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Day 16-19: Tokyo

A travel blog entry by nathanasi


... and also very inexpensive. We then went to the Shinjuku area for a walk around and passed through the busiest subway station in Tokyo and possibly the world, which handles 2m passengers every day - once we located our exit it took another 15 minutes to walk outside. The following day was very hot (30c and 70% humidity) which made walking around the Imperial Palace gardens a challenge although it helped that it was very peaceful and surprisingly devoid of tourists. Due to the heat ...

Jet Lagged

A travel blog entry by wwoofers


It's always a fun surprise to wake up, and after pulling yourself out of bed and fumbling around for a few minutes doing god knows what you realize, It's your birthday! (insert birthday wishes here). In some ways I definitely feel older today, still a bit jet lagged from all the flying and time travelling we have been doing and still a little disoriented from the pleasant culture shock that surrounds us. The hostel that we are staying at is tiny ...

I love Geishas, Geishas love me!

A travel blog entry by skippini

... film me. I said ok. I won again and the Korean wanted another rematch! Finally the host knew what a real winner looked like and told them we had no time for another rematch. I went up on stage! I need to impress the Geisha by smoking this long pipe of tobacco that the Geisha filled for me. No problemo! Then she poured Sake into this big bowl until I told her to stop. I kept saying hi-hi-hi and the bowl was poured to the top. Then I had to drink all of it in ...

Hanging with the Crowds in Kamakura

A travel blog entry by balkans2009


... is 44 feet tall and set in a clearing amidst blazing fall foliage. Made for some great photo ops and it was enjoyable watching the locals take attempting to take pictures with the buddha sitting in the palm of their partner's hand.

We returned to the train station, picked up our bag and went back to Kamakura (5 minutes). Although there were a few sights we hoped to see in Kamakura itself, it was getting late and the key sites we really wanted to ...

Starbucks, Ice Cream, and Noodles

A travel blog entry by dillardstravels


... bus to drive around the city. We stopped at the imperial palace gates. This is where the Japanese emperor and the imperial family live. It is not open to the public. We continued our tour driving through the Ginza district, which is well known for its high end retail shops. The bus then stopped in the Asakusa district. There is a famous Senso-ji Temple there with a large shopping arcade leading up to it. We decided to ditch Shima San to explore ...


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