Capsule Hotel Sun Royal Chiba

Address: 1-18 Chuoku Sakaecho, Chiba, Chiba, Kanto, 260-0016, Japan | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the Chiba Station area of Chiba, is near Kasori Shellmounds Site Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Chiba

So far so good

A travel blog entry by markhurwitz on Apr 26, 2014

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... cancelled flights, missed connections and lost luggage, you know this is a complete opposite. We are keeping our fingers and chop sticks crossed and are looking forward to visiting our first port...Aomori. I might have spoken too soon, we just had an earthquake that lasted about 30 seconds. We really felt it up here on the the 8th floor. No damage, just a few rattled nerves. Aomori here we ...

Azakusa, Ueno, Rippongi

A travel blog entry by slynne on Nov 14, 2013

... rest of the markets. We then separated and I went to the temple to have a look around. Walked back towards the station, went to Ueno (around 3). Ate lotteria burger (with pasta in it, yum) and wedges (too much food) Walked to the park, shrines, temples. Saw the national museum from afar. Watched an blowing bubbles for kids. Balloon man with love heart shaved on his head in pink. Walked around the lake. Got to Ueno- station, got on train to meet Debbie and David at Rippongi ...

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 ...

Rush Hour!!! Not the movie, not the game. Reality.

A travel blog entry by kodatravels on May 18, 2013

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... daily necessities, but during my time in Japan I found such an act rude and disrespectful on such a level where it repulsed myself. Japan's pure nature and eloquence put me off my old habits and even though my budget exceeded 100$ a day it was the right way to go about it.

We got on our train heading ...

Sumo Day

A travel blog entry by enajmi on Jan 13, 2013

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... the actual city. To get into Tokyo we first needed to get back to the airport and take the train in. While we were easily able to get to the airport and activate our JR (Japan Rail) passes for the week it was more difficult finding our way into the city. After choosing what we believed to be the right train into Asakusa (the part of Tokyo we would be staying in) we climbed aboard. Two things were immediately clear about Japan's trains--first, they are actually ...

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