Hotel Housen Soka

1-2-27 Sumiyoshi, Soka, Saitama Prefecture, Kanto, 340-0014, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1-2-27 Sumiyoshi, Soka, is near Adachi Historical Museum.
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Arriving at late afternoon

A travel blog entry by fabrizio on Aug 12, 2014

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... Japan streets! ) and the maps are in japanese!
Another difficult approach was for the food: we tried to explain that we want noodle without any soup, and after few minutes we had 2 big hot soup of Udon with meat!

It's nice to speak some Japanese :)

A travel blog entry by sazuni on Jul 02, 2014

... kind of port). In the park we also visited the temple there. After the Yoyogi park we went to Odaiba. We went there by train and at some point you're riding on a bridge next to the cars that cross it too. Riding a train and being above the water at the same time does look weird, but nice too. In Odaiba we came across the so called flame of liberty, which is just a golden stick (?) or so it looks like. When we sat down to rest we saw a ...

Robots, Tits & Cherry Blossoms Galore

A travel blog entry by mattcgilbert on Apr 03, 2014

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... our list. We got lost in Shinjuku (again) but we eventually found ourselves out the front of the Robot Restaurant. With a crazy band of little asian girls dressed in robot power ranger gear we knew this place was shaping up to to be everything we had hoped. We wound up in the basement of the building sitting at a little table with tiny asian girls pounding neon drums and crazy dudes in Oni masks doing traditional dances. I was barely able to keep the table ...

Arrival in Tokyo

A travel blog entry by balkans2009 on Nov 18, 2013

... was left in the arrivals lounge, so it was cordoned off by police and basically evacuated. This made finding Efren a bit challenging, but about 15 minutes later he came bopping into the arrivals area, huge backpack slung over his shoulders.

We exited the terminal and re-entered at a spot that wasn't the subject of police activity and went downstairs to activate our JR rail passes. We bought these passes a couple ...

My first time in Asia

A travel blog entry by char.j.stoever on Jun 12, 2013

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... Japanese words with an interactive game. Passport means passport. Pan is bread and is the same in Spanish. Everything else about the language is beautifully disimilar to English.

After several attempts at sleeping and feeling my neck ache from my head bobbing each time I dozed off, Japan appeared. For some reason, I thought Narita airport would be right next to Tokyo. I expected to see tall sky scrapers jutting out of nowhere, but it was much ...