Hotel Royal Garden Kisarazu

1-8-14 Yamato, Kisarazu, Chiba, Kanto, 292-0805, Japan | Hotel
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Back in Asia

A travel blog entry by reinder.prins


... Tokyo actually is!

The next day I started with visiting a Sumo wrestling practice-session. It was pretty much what I expected: a load of fat fellas going at it like group of rhino`s. Still interesting to see though and if you look at the obesity rate in the western world, I wouldn't be surprised if this will be the world's number 1 sport in 20 years time! After a visit to the Ginza district I headed to ...

Day Three

A travel blog entry by sarahpursell

... the JR station we arrived on to find the Thomas Sabo store. We found what looked like the correct department store and went up to 7F to where the watches were hoping there would be jewellery too, only to discover the Thomas Sabo store was on the first floor all the time. Unfortunately they did not have and city specific charms so I didn't get any new ones anyway. We then went back to the station to try and find something to eat. We ended up with ...

Day 126: The busiest intersection in the world

A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber


... to be walking in the dark so we said goodbye to the park and continued toward the busy crossing. We made it there with enough daylight to explore the surrounding area too. The side streets of this square in the Shibuya district are full of neon lights, restaurants and small shops selling mostly things that locals would use. We were expecting to find a few souviner shops but came up empty handed.

When we felt brave enough we decided to make the crossing with all the locals ...

Tokyo to Takasaki - a crazy, long day on the bike

A travel blog entry by velojim-japan


... metropolitan population is something like 38 million people, more than the population of Canada. Plus, the Kanto plain on which Tokyo is situated stretches west to Takasaki (virtually halfway across Japan) and although you ride into less densely populated and developed areas, it still feels like you're in suburbia. It's not until you start climbing into the mountains outside of Takasaki that you feel like you're in the ...

Rainy Shimokitazawa and fun Yebisu beer tour

A travel blog entry by jarcher106


... We did linger outside an amazing dog grooming parlour, where three tiny dogs weren't moving a muscle as their hair was washed, clipped and blow-dried in a hairdresser much better than the ones Tom went to! By early afternoon we stopped at a cosy cafe for a sandwich set and Japanese hot dog, and spent a good hour or so reading the book and planning our trip. The rain was still coming down as we took the train ...


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