Business Hotel Sunlight Annex

Address: 2-1-12 Fuchucho, Fuchu, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 183-0055, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 2-1-12 Fuchucho, Fuchu, is near Ghibli Museum, Sanrio Puroland, Tama Zoological Park, and Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Fuchu

Wet, steamy Tokyo

A travel blog entry by wanderinghands on Jul 03, 2015

9 photos

... district which is an icon as a fashion district for the young. Its a real cocktail of fashion from the expensive fashion house brands of the world to the quirky, costume and cheap choices. Of particular interest is the specialised dressing of many young people in this area,. They create an image and parade the streets to be noticed.
Whilst in the area we also went for a beautiful walk thru the Yoyogi Park and visited the Meji Shrine. ...

Back to Tokyo

A travel blog entry by pr0zak on Apr 10, 2015

107 photos

... finally got in the sushi was amazing and so fresh.

After lunch, we moved all our stuff to our new hotel. For my final night in Japan, Tim had booked himself into a fancy suite of a fancy hotel, which just happened to also have a Hello Kitty room which just happened to be available that night, so of course I had to book it. It was awesome! So bright and fun. Everything was Hello Kitty themed of course, from the heater to the scale in the ...

Tokyo Day Two

A travel blog entry by beauandcraig on Jan 10, 2015

32 photos

... savoring the meal. It really was worth the wait and although the price was steep compared to other places in Tokyo, it was still l than a night out at Zanmai in Boulder. Next, we headed to the Hamarikyu Garden adjacent to the market. This small, well manicured patch of green on the riverfront was once home to feudal lords. There was a pond where an elaborate watercourse was bout to facilitate duck hunting (with nets an falcons). It is obviously winter but ...

Japan - Tokyo

A travel blog entry by amanda.lynn26 on Oct 03, 2014

... This was a family restaurant and they had been making Ramen for the past 80years, perfection was an understatement.

We then hopped on another train that took us to Yoyogi Park, there we met up with one of Tyler's friend (Erika) from Calgary who had been living in Tokyo for the past year. Erika was to be our tour guide while in Tokyo. Yoyogi park was incredible, I could not get over the size of the forest or the size of the trees. They were so tall and twisty. The park ...

I don't smork, do you?

A travel blog entry by christine.a on Sep 18, 2014

3 comments, 18 photos

... amplified the wonderful aromas. The glutinous rice balls, on the other hand, were a kind of culinary Rubicon for us: they look so pasty-white...almost fleshy in a ghostly pale and subtly translucent sort of Robert Pattinson in Twilight. They're most definitely not cooked. I simply can't think of a similar substance that we American's eat that might prepare us for a glutinous rice ball. Anyway, the one we bought, and ...