Business Hotel Ise

Address: 1-9-10 Sakaecho, Odawara, Kanagawa Prefecture, Kanto, 250-0011, Japan | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 1-9-10 Sakaecho, Odawara, is near Hakone Open-Air Museum, Hakone Ropeway, and GeSpa.
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Travel Blogs from Odawara

Travel Day, Art, and Onsen

A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Jul 29, 2014

6 photos

... there are some great examples of glass works. The gallery is very modern looking and was only opened in 2002. This guesthouse is a traditional ryokan. Each room has a bed in it that is on the floor with a thin mat under it. Each room you enter by sliding doors open and closed. The guesthouse has three onsens (hot springs) you can enjoy privately. Each hot spring is fed directly from Owakudani Volcano. The ...

SUMO, SUMO, SUMO!

A travel blog entry by bellethorpe on Jan 14, 2012

51 photos

... were performed together with sacred dancing and dramas within the precincts of the shrines.


During the Nara Period (the 8th century) sumo was introduced into the ceremonies of the Imperial Court. A wrestling festival was held annually which included music and dancing in which the victorious wrestlers participated. Early sumo was a rough-and-tumble affair combining elements of boxing and wrestling with few or no holds being ...

How appropriate

A travel blog entry by odevened on Sep 12, 2011

These days, the mere mention of possible tax increases will drive some folks bananas, especially those who believe the ultra rich should under no circumstances have to pay more.

Which is why a quick glance at my Japanese phrase book today caught me in a moment of ...

Why Am I Still Here?

A travel blog entry by odevened on Apr 01, 2011

4 photos

... and failures and ought to be reported. They are a visible cross-section of the Japanese and foreign community here. People yearn to know what they are doing and what they are thinking about their games and life.

Primariily, reporting on the Basketball Japan League (bj-league), the modest spotlight shines on teams in cities throughout the islands and the very fact that there are games being played ...

The Big One

A travel blog entry by odevened on Mar 12, 2011

... to begin every few seconds.


Then, for a few minutes at least, they stopped. We returned to work, for maybe 15 minutes, with pictures of the devastation starting to appear on the TV from Senadi and other areas in and around Miyagi Prefectures. Then aftershocks were not meek at all; rough, strong jolts of the floor. Down the stairs again, quicker than the first time.


Waiting outside again, we had some small talk, but not exactly the day ...