Business Hotel Koraku

Address: 2-8-12 Tsukimicho, Toyota, Aichi Prefecture, Chubu, 471-0033, Japan | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 2-8-12 Tsukimicho, Toyota, is near Kuragaike Park and Toyota Kuragaike Commemorative Hall.
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Travel Blogs from Toyota

Nagoya

A travel blog entry by joca92 on Oct 25, 2014

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... is much more complex than Tokyo's due to its lack of compensation for tourists. I also noticed for the first time in Japan that I was being stared at by locals. As a 6ft 4 pale skinned and fairly light coloured hair foreigner I was expecting this on my trip, but it still is a bit odd! Nagoya castle was very impressive and is perched on top of a huge stone defensive wall, about 4 times the size of the one at ...

Is Noritake tacky?

A travel blog entry by rbfromnj on Oct 08, 2014

... just one or two signs in English, not enough if you&re trying to figure out how many more stops you need to go. Frommer&s Japan says to allow at least 3 hours to see Meiji Mura; I think four hours is more realistic. It was definitely a worthwhile excursion! I celebrated by buying a Meiji chocolate bar *no relation( at the supermarket next to the Inuyama train station before I made the trip back to Nagoya. ...

Tokyo to Nagoya via Odawarra

A travel blog entry by tbugs1 on Oct 01, 2014

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... are not to be encouraged. If the alcohol was seen close to the train lines, we could be booted off. Discretion was the key. Best to appear like a bunch of train enthusiasts, of which there were a lot of on this trip. We stayed for an hour at Odawarra Station before saying goodbye to Mr and Mrs Ishige.

The fast trains passed the station at regular intervals and we had set ourselves up to try to video the trains as they went by. There wasn't ...

Round 2............LETS GET IT ON!

A travel blog entry by tanskis on Sep 22, 2014

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... Udon we find our way to the castle, and its a beautiful day not a cloud in the sky, this old castle was built in 1612 and was damaged by fire in the air raids in 1612, they are rebuilding some parts of the castle that is not scheduled to be done until 2019, but it has survived close to 500 years of war and hopefully it survives another 500+ years. Robbie takes off and i want to have some more time around the castle so i find a tea house and sit down and have a couple cups ...

I'm alive!

A travel blog entry by thedraconiclord on Aug 13, 2014

4 comments, 42 photos

... The castle is on the small side (when compared to other castles) and yet it's beautiful, but the area around it is even more. Pity everything was mostly in Japanese, I would have liked to read more about it.

We were lucky enough to visit the castle's museum while there was a temporary exhibition called "Manga vs Japanese Katana". Besides the normal Tokugawa related exhibition,there was one with named Japanese Katanas and plenty of ...