Birakkusu Takasono

Address: 381 Takasono, Hamakita-ku , Hamamatsu, Shizuoka, Chubu, 434-0023, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 381 Takasono, Hamakita-ku , Hamamatsu, is near Nakatajima Beach.
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Travel Blogs from Hamamatsu

Across japan at 305km/h

A travel blog entry by garyclifton on Oct 01, 2014

... lobby vending machines when the other person needed some 'personal' time) and got myself ready for the trip out to Kyoto. I could hear Amanda wake up and complain about her butt and feet, and I have to say I felt very bad about inflicting that on her, and it was a shocking sight..... But moving on. While she screamed her way ...

Joy Joy

A travel blog entry by jasman.nijjar on May 11, 2014

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... s so funny, she asked me to get Meenus fortune too next time I go to a temple. We met up with the guys and headed to the bullet train. It went so fast at first, it made me dizzy but it was fine after. I got a really nice picture of Mount Fuji, again, pictures don't do it justice. Me and Devon talked about mushrooms and LSD on the ride over. We reached Hamamatsu pretty quickly, exactly on the time. ...

Nikko and Kyoto

A travel blog entry by tem on Jan 30, 2014

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... temples in Nikko I went to visit Kyoto. The old capital and emperor's residence has uncountable temples and shrines, the Nijo Castle, Emperor's Palace and many more sights. On my travels in Australia and New Zealand I gathered some information from travelmates and had a plan what to visit in Kyoto. Everyone recommended to rent a bicycle which I did. I got used to ride a bike inbetween all the people on the footpath. After two days of cycling I covered many sights and got to see all ...

Brrr.... It's cold and snowy here

A travel blog entry by stebsbunny on Apr 08, 2012

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After taking a Thomas the steam engine train to mount Fiji from the surf town of kamakura, we shorty realized it was cold at Fuji.. real cold. We arrived at our hostel in the small town below mount Fuji planning on doing a little hiking as far up as we could go but were told by the hostel owner our skinny jeans, sneakers and spring coats would not suffice and that we would "literally die" ...

Horaiji Temple & Horaisan Toshogu Shrine

A travel blog entry by misocutlet on Jan 03, 2012

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... just like a small shrine which you can find everywhere in Japan and I spent only two minutes staying there. Mt.Horaiji is designated as a national natural treasure and if you like hiking, it is an idea to go up to the top of Mt. Horaiji, but I was not so energetic after attending Hanamatsuri. (Incidentally, the mountain is most popular in the autumn leaf season.) Horaiji Temple was also boring, but fortunately or unfortunately, the Horaiji Dengaku ...