Hotel Royal Garden Kisarazu

Address: 1-8-14 Yamato, Kisarazu, Chiba, Kanto, 292-0805, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1-8-14 Yamato, Kisarazu.
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Travel Blogs from Kisarazu

Day Two Tokyo

A travel blog entry by glenndwyer on Apr 11, 2015

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... start so we said good bye and Marc, myself and Wendy headed to the Hub Pub to see if we could get a stream to watch the Mariners game. I had bought the iPad with us so we set it up on our table and settled in with a few beers much to the bemusement of the local patrons. The stream was perfect and never buffered once which is unusual. After the game we said goodnight to Wendy and Marc and I headed back to the hotel and grab some dinner closer to ...

Day 5: Back to Tradition

A travel blog entry by iart247 on Mar 20, 2015

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... for them now that I know this.

The museum was located in an elementary school, and was so kid friendly and all about exploring the toy to see how it works. I had a lot of fun, especially when I saw the automata toys. Automata toys are "self operating" and don't need electricity or any other energy source other than maybe cranking a wheel. There were so many gorgeous and beautiful traditional toys.

The second ...

Tokyo Day 3: Sayonara

A travel blog entry by michaelrab09 on Dec 14, 2014

... convert some of the prices to Latin numbers.
(3) Japanese people are obsessed with video games at any age. We saw 15 year olds playing in an arcade on a Saturday night at 1AM alongside 50-year-old businessmen in suits. And they are amazing at DDR/Taiko Drums/ and pretty much any other game.
(4) There is very little diversity in Tokyo -- I saw maybe 20 white people altogether, even in the tourist hot spots. I imagine this is even more stark the further into ...

Tokyo Sightseeing

A travel blog entry by james.kwan on Sep 17, 2014

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... your here, there are several sites that need to be seen.

Edo Castle

This Castle has housed Shoguns all the way from 260 years ago. While it might just be a monument now, it was once grand and elaborate. The moats, walls and ramparts that still exist are only a memory of what this magnificent castle used to look ...

26 Hours in Tokyo

A travel blog entry by mgrewal on May 26, 2014

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... kid in me. I play a game of Tekken arcade and we walked around the different arcades.  Following Asakusa, we said goodbye to Kerwin because he wanted to rest and relax a little bit before the flight home. We continued on to Shibuya to see the busiest intersection in the world. It really was a fun place to people watch at night. After Shibuya, Derek and Angel went back to the airport and I continued up ...