Capsule Hotel Sun Royal Chiba

Address: 1-18 Chuoku Sakaecho, Chiba, Chiba, Kanto, 260-0016, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Chiba Station area of Chiba, is near Kasori Shellmounds Site Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Chiba

Tokyo - Post Traumatic Flight Disorder

A travel blog entry by martha.radtke on Dec 27, 2013

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... a travel ordeal like that, I think I deserve a beer, or six. It's here in Tokyo that the cultural immersion begins. Public toilets were an adventure. Coming out of the airport bathroom, my friend Mary Ann was a little flustered about her experience. I didn't know what she was talking about. Turns out she picked the stall ...

Inclusion just a word?

A travel blog entry by orimono on Sep 29, 2013

... me was the fact, that parents in Japan still seem to be too polite to impose their problems on others in order to share the weight. So the most important message for me from this meeting was 遠慮 しないで! Basically meaning: Do not hold back.
Something that seems culturally impossible for Japanese.
As Inclusion is one of the ...


A travel blog entry by deirdreandbrock on Jul 21, 2013

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... 2 hours on a super express train to get to there. We dropped our bags at the hostel, stopped for some lunch, and then walked to Peace Memorial Park and the Hiroshima Memorial Museum. We started in the museum. There were displays written in Japanese and English explaining the history of Japan and Hiroshima leading up to the day of the A-bomb, August 6th 1945, details on the construction of the bomb and the planning for the drop, and details and ...

First day sightseeing in Tokyo

A travel blog entry by wheresgordon on Feb 19, 2013


... of World War II as enemy property and became the property of France as part of the San Francisco Peace Treaty agreements in 1951.

That looked like the end of the museum but the French government decided to give back the majority of these artworks as a sign of renewed amity between the two countries. These are the pieces known as the Matsukata Collection. I don't know why they weren't returned to Matsukata's heirs but they ...

Out of business if music is not running at 180BPM

A travel blog entry by danielheidi on Aug 05, 2012

... shops and the great Yoyogi park. One thing with these shops is apparent. The music in them is a constant 150 decibels with the techno beat beating at similar levels. If this was not enough then there is often someone synching their sales pitch to the tempo, which can sound really amusing or just infernal. Matter of taste of course. half the fun is also watch the people passing by. In just one minute I saw someone in complete pink ...

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