Central Hotel

Address: 2-8 Wakamatsucho, Yokosuka, Kanagawa, Kanto, 238-0007, Japan | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 2-8 Wakamatsucho, Yokosuka, is near Hakkeijima Sea Paradise, Umi-no-Koen, Shomyo-ji Temple, and Kanagawa Prefectural Kanazawa Bunko Museum.
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      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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      Dorm Life

      A travel blog entry by goingrogish on Aug 11, 2013

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      ... it just gnaws whatever I'm trying to cut. Since most Japanese homes have a tiny oven (9x9) or they don't have one at all, I bought a counter-top oven/convection/rotisserie that I've been using in our room. This one will fit a 9x13 pan! (It was funny while we were house-hunting because the realtors would laugh and say, "No turkey!" when we mentioned how small the ovens are. I guess they've heard that a few times from ...

      TOKYO, July 2013.

      A travel blog entry by beyondtheblue on Jul 24, 2013

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      ... alot, ate more Italian food, had cheesecake which actually tasted like cheese, and (almost) bought a kimono. We rounded off the evening by raiding the local grocery store for Japanese rice crackers (had a rude encounter with one of the embassy's interpretors who accused us of drinking all day in the hotel bar) and then had an Indian meal in the local area.

      During our little ...

      Japanese is the New Southern

      A travel blog entry by goingrogish on Jul 20, 2013

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      ... were much nicer than the town house we looked at a few days ago. These were in nicer neighborhoods, newer, cleaner, bigger...just much nicer.
      After the 3rd or 4th house she asked if we'd like to go to lunch. I explained to her about our son's food allergies and I was nervous to eat out since I don't speak the language but with her it would be easier. She started describing different types ...

      A Day in Tokyo

      A travel blog entry by vieraadventures on Jul 08, 2013

      ... the list for next time. Next, we wanted to check out a nearby temple and tourist area called Asakusa (pronounced Ah-sak-sa, or that's what it sounded like to me). We first walked through an area with many shops, mostly tourist shops. Then we finally got to where the Sensoji Temple was. It was huge and very beautiful. There were many people setting up for something and many locals in traditional wear...Seth had mentioned some kind of celebration was going on but we never found ...

      Leaving for, and arriving in, Japan

      A travel blog entry by kahdrill on Jun 11, 2013

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      ... rice, some chicken stew of sorts, seaweed and a raw egg yolk. Very tasty and only cost 280 yen, which is about 25 SEK, or €2,50. After that we went back home. We did not have much energy left in us. Headed to bed in small bunkbeds in a mixed, shared room. 16 people in one room. The clever thing is that the bunkbeds are walled in and has sliding doors so they are almost like small rooms of their own so you get to have your own privacy. The staff is really nice and friendly, ...