Business Hotel Yado

1-25-5 Shin-Yokohama Kohoku-ku, Yokohama, Kanagawa, Kanto, 222-0333, Japan | Hotel
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Yokohama / Tokyo

A travel blog entry by kayeg


... off for the Japanese too. We followed their example and cleansed ourselves by walking under a gate,washing our hands and breathing in the holy smoke but our prayers were of no avail and the rain just got heavier so we decamped to a department store and mooched about wondering if the Kit Kats tasted the same as the ones at home. The few Japanese we met seemed very friendly so we feel a bit more confident about exploring Hiroshima on our own the day after ...

Flying IAD-NRT

A travel blog entry by lewnwdc


... and sautéed vegetables. The entrée is supposed to be served with steamed rice, but mine was not. I had to ask the FA for the rice, and it took a few minutes to be served. The second strike for poor service.

Finally, I enjoyed an ice-cream sundae with hot fudge sauce for dessert. The meal service concluded at 4:43 a.m. I finished watching the movie “The Social Network” about the founding of Facebook.

I returned to Tokyo guidebook reading at ...

Day 5 - April 10th

A travel blog entry by winkelkins


... the famous Shibuya, wanting to see the area after dark, in all it's glory. Alex insisted on spending what felt like at least an hour trying to get the perfect 'movement' photograph from the crossing...I'll let you decide on whether it's any good or not

Finally I tore Alex away to get some food and after another fail in trying to find a lonely planet recommendation we settled on sushi and sake


One week later...

A travel blog entry by stebsbunny


After just over a week of being in japan I think I've got a little bit of a grasp on the culture and how to handle Tokyo. The last couple of days I've just been trying to keep busy waiting for my boy Mike to come on the 2nd! After going hard with the whole tourist thing the last four days. I am ready to move on from Tokyo. It's an unreal city with so much do and see but after a while the 5000 restaurants, anime, electronics and clothing stores all look the same.

Take two

A travel blog entry by stemaxc


... were in English. Bryn will figure it out, I have no doubt. I also picked up some English language and family-friendly manga books which everyone would be able to enjoy and a couple of toy cars to send to William in Brazil for his birthday and Christmas. All that remained was to get the stuff home and I was amazed to find a post office open in Asakusa. You wouldn't find that in England on a Sunday... Or a Saturday or any day of the week at a time reasonable ...


This hotel, located in the Kohoku area of Yokohama, is near Ramen Museum, International Stadium Yokohama, Motomachi and Yamate, and Honmoku Fishing Park.
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