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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Travel Blogs from Soka

Assorted Friday in Tokyo

A travel blog entry by pandasphere on May 30, 2014

1 comment, 13 photos

... For dinner, our plan was to find a conveyor belt sushi place. Tina found one close by and got great directions to it, so we headed there. It was in the Keio Mall in Shinjuku Station, amidst many other restuarants. Except it wasn't. We followed the directions to a T (pass this shop, go down these stairs, etc), but there was nothing. We walked back and forth in the mall for probably an hour but there was no sushi place. We were crestfallen. It must have closed. Deciding ...

The Tokyo Experience

A travel blog entry by keithandkim on Mar 21, 2014

26 photos

... to look grey. Apparently she had not thought about what she was eating until the end and the last piece "slithered down my throat, ikk". Overall, Kim hater of seafood managed to finish her meal and keep it down.
After a hearty fresh fish breakfast, we decided to make our way to the inner market for the main fish sales, where they sell everything from unnamed conical shellfish to octopus to strange red grouper with massive eyes that made Kim sad. As we cruised ...

Tokyo- Part Two

A travel blog entry by kirstyollie on Oct 25, 2013

18 photos

... up and be in the same place at the same time in such a huge city, like us they had spent the previous week exploring Japan and had arrived back in Tokyo for their final few days before their departure. We stayed for a few more drinks and caught up on what we had seen and done before heading back to our hotel for one more sleep in Japan.

Me and Ollie absolutely loved Japan and we will definitely be coming back. The Japanese people are just so friendly ...

A Day in Tokyo

A travel blog entry by vieraadventures on Jul 08, 2013

... When we entered the temple we got to a part where you can read your fortune. You shake a mental box and a stick comes out and then you match the character/symbol on the stick to one of the drawers. There were a combination of good and bad fortunes so you never knew what you would get. Fortunately, I got a pretty good fortune! After visiting the temple and buying a decorated fan for a souvenir, we went to find a place for lunch. We ate at a great place that had a meal with ...

A day in Shibuya

A travel blog entry by wheresgordon on Mar 14, 2013

... overlooks the intersection. I was going to buy an iced tea and try to get a window seat to take pictures but I was told that photography isn't allowed so I took pictures from the sidewalk in front of Starbucks. Of course, whenever I looked up at the window I'd see someone with a camera taking a picture of the intersection.

There's a famous statue of a dog called Hachiko near the Shibuya Crossing. Hachiko was a little dog owned ...