Business Hotel Issa

Address: 1-25-10 Gakuennishimachi, Kodaira, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 187-0045, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1-25-10 Gakuennishimachi, Kodaira, is near Tama Zoological Park and Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum.
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      Government building and Sumo Wrestling

      A travel blog entry by humberwright on Jan 19, 2015

      40 photos

      ... were up and coming fighters. We got some sushi for lunch from one of the kiosks while it was quiet. It cost about £7 a box. It tasted ok. One of the rice balls were covered in chicken skin, this was unusual and horrid. Noel ate it though. The place started to get busy about 4pm. They were people shouting on their favourite wrestler. Some of the wrestlers had sponsorships, so before their fights little Japanese men showcased ...

      Temples, Towers and Tiny Room

      A travel blog entry by jacandpito on Oct 30, 2014

      4 photos

      ... their mouth and noses, must be a big out-break of flu we didn't know about, or they are preparing for Ebola! The room we rented measured 2 m x 6 m about the size of a duel axel trailer with a mat on the floor, tv and small fridge. It was cosy and we enjoyed a descent sleep after the last 24 hours travelling. We took a walk to the Senso-ji a temple dating back to 628 AD with its magnificent entrance gates and a 55m Pagoda all lit up. Also in this area is the Tokyo ...

      The Philosopher's Path

      A travel blog entry by 1q84 on Sep 16, 2014

      27 photos

      ... contents of my Must See.txt and realized I'd skipped over one item - not as popular as some temples, but the concept intrigued me - the Philosopher's Path.

      The Path was so named due to its association with a famed Kyoto University philosophy professor, Nishida Kitaro, who used it for his daily meditations, strolling along the banks of a canal between two major temples in Kyoto.

      The folklore - and anecdotal support from Prof. Nishida - ...

      Art Museum Day

      A travel blog entry by juliannawells on Jun 07, 2014

      1 photo

      ... between this exhibit and American exhibitions is the amount of technology used and the use of space to show the art. Many of the installations were set up in either completely white or black rooms (including the ceiling and floor) thus eliminating distractions from the work itself.

      The ethnographic exhibition at the National Art Center was a bit different. It ...

      Ghibli, The real best day ever!

      A travel blog entry by kazuki on Apr 06, 2014

      3 comments, 5 photos

      ... with a random 3 cells from a Ghibli movie. I knew this going in so when it was our turn I asked if I could have a Laputa one (This is one of my all time favorite anime; no animations ever). She said no and that it was random only. I got Howles moving castle as did Vu. My heart sank. Heartbroken (I mean it it wrecked me) I accepted my fate and moved on. The next room I can only describe as one of the greatest rooms I've ever been in. Oh btw no ...