Business Hotel Rinkan

Address: 1-1-3 Minamirinkan, Yamato, Kanagawa Prefecture, Kanto, 242-0006, Japan | Hotel
Photo of Business Hotel Rinkan Yamato
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.


This hotel, located on 1-1-3 Minamirinkan, Yamato, is near Yokohama Zoo ''Zoorasia'', Kodomo-no-Kuni, Monument to Yokohama Chokai-jo, and Machida Tenmangu Shrine.
Map this hotel



Travel Blogs from Yamato


A travel blog entry by deirdreandbrock on Jul 21, 2013

1 comment, 97 photos

... shaded park and I sat under some trees while Brock and Dan threw the Frisbee for a bit until a police officer told them that that was not allowed in the park, which I was surprised but happy to hear because I was ready to go home and rest.

This brings me to something that I wanted to write about. The people in Japan seem to have standards that everyone follows for the most part. For one, the women all dress up very nice and most wear very high heels ...

Returning to Tokyo

A travel blog entry by wheresgordon on Feb 18, 2013

I got up early, finished packing, grabbed a quick breakfast as soon as the hotel's buffet opened and waited for someone from the tour company I used to come pick me up. They were right on schedule. I got a ride to the Hirafu parking lot, which is where many of the buses to the Chinose (Sapporo) airport depart from, including mine. I waited a little while for my bus to show up. The bus ...

Out of business if music is not running at 180BPM

A travel blog entry by danielheidi on Aug 05, 2012

... s mostly the whole staff. You adapt to this way easily and now I am constantly saying Arigato no matter what the social interaction.

Early start was also in place as there was a flea/kimono market just around the corner from the hotel on picturesque temple grounds. The market was compact to say the least (3 stalls) so no kimonos for Heidi this time, sorry. From here it was to Harajuku, known for it's shop-till-you-drop ...

Fish heads & Samurai Swords

A travel blog entry by cbruff on Dec 29, 2011

27 photos

... whole. So then I felt compelled to try to do my part, and grabbed a big hunk of raw fish liver & popped it in my mouth. And chased it with a couple giant beady-eyed fish eggs. Ergh. More green tea please?

We managed to tackle the rest of the pieces together. Some were okay (enough), a few required some silent gagging. Oy. In retrospect, I'm not sure why we both felt compelled to try to clean our ...

10 not-so-important things I love about Japan: #8

A travel blog entry by shawnbuckle on Jul 01, 2011

1 photo

8) Convenience Stores
Conbini Stores in Japan are a one-stop for your daily needs. You can buy everything from booze to socks to school supplies to snacks to fresh food of any kind. You can also pay your utility bills or buy concert tickets. They truly embody 'convenience' in every aspect.


Other places to stay in Yamato