Business Hotel Mercury

2-7-5 Sakaecho, Higashimurayama, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 189-0013, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 2-7-5 Sakaecho, Higashimurayama, is near Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Higashimurayama

The Flight - Lunch

A travel blog entry by the-kents on Aug 28, 2014

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... teaching me that) and am satisfied with my meal as they take it away. I finish my tea and am waiting for someone to come back for my glasses and tablecloth-yes, tablecloth-but instead they bring me ALL NINE of those little boxes! Of course I played it cool (cough) and acted like of course I knew more was coming! I was just tired of having a napkin when I gave it away with the last dishes. As I'm staring down at the dish I start to remember bits of ...

Tokyo Disney Sea

A travel blog entry by puchala on Jul 19, 2014

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Jet lag hit us hard last night and made our morning start at around 4:00am. Colson had a bit of an earlier start to his night than the rest of us (he was carried from one end of Tokyo to the other while he slept). He also missed supper so he was hungry. He's not the quietest person when he wakes up. That and the fact that we were all staying in the same small room, we were all awake and ready to go very early. By the time we got showered up, packed, ate breakfast, walked ...

Tokyo day 4: Harajuku

A travel blog entry by pyres on Apr 19, 2014

... a lot of stores and boutiques on Takeshita Dori, which was crowded with people even in that early hour (around 11am). Then we checked out Kiddy Land, a fantastic toy store; it had a large selection of fighting robot toys, some Cheburashka dolls, Lego sets, Ghibli products and much more. Then we walked along Omotesando, an elegant tree-lined boulevard yet again lined with fancy ...

Japan: Tokyo, Kyoto & Niseko

A travel blog entry by haukimn on Jan 14, 2014

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... done in such a civilised manner....I haven't seen a single person get angry nor something that doesn't work or get fixed ASAP....the concept of "out of order" or "closed due to scheduled engineering works" doesn't exist in Japanese culture, amazing. The three weeks I spent there are best summarised like this:

Tokyo - an amazing crazy busy city of lights, confusing railways and money but really a collection of different neighbourhoods. Akihabara- mad electronics town with ...

Day 3 - I want to see mountains Gandalf!

A travel blog entry by xensor on Sep 05, 2013

1 comment, 14 photos

... on, it was all downhill. well technially down-mountain but you get the picture. The Ropeway ride it great (as long as you have a head for heights, Kel you'd absolutely hate it's very existence!), and at times it really plunges downward to the base station. At the base station is one of the angled tramways which take you further down the mountain. at the base of that was another train line which wound it's way even further down, at time doubling back on itself to get ...

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