Chisun Inn Tsuchiura Ami

3-1-1 Nishigo, Ami-machi, Inashiki-gun, Ibaraki Prefecture, Kanto, 300-0331, Japan | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 3-1-1 Nishigo, Ami-machi, is near Buddha of Ushiku.
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Travel Blogs from Ami-machi

Boats

A travel blog entry by dizzyseren on Aug 02, 2014

Algae is going to climb Mount Fuji so doesn't join mayrrium and I on a boat trip. I have to leave the hostel today and mayrrium needs a room as well. I don't want to go, I like it here with my new little gang. The man who speaks no English give mayrrium a bed and I immediately go on booking.com and book the same bed, she knows I'm doing this, it's just so As always we have no idea where we ago going and hand over our ...

Leaving Asakusa.

A travel blog entry by xriricchi on May 18, 2014

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The metro here is the only place outside where they indeed do have wifi. In fact, a lot of the metro stations on the Ginza line have wifi. Asakusa is great! A lot of souvenir shops and a shrine. It's really really busy though. People keep walking by ...

A day in Tokyo

A travel blog entry by suebar on Feb 05, 2014

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We began the day by visiting the Senso-Ji temple in Asakusa which is where we had walked about on our first afternoon here. We left the hotel at 8:30 and walked out into brilliant sunshine and a bitingly cold wind. Alan our tour leader, was able to provide the answers to the many questions we had following our previous visit. This is a Buddhist temple and various shrines which was founded in the seventh century when two brothers fished a statue ...

Seeing the Tokyo sites

A travel blog entry by guykb on Sep 29, 2013

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Today we had an ambitious agenda to see four of Tokyo's sites but got a bit distracted along the way. First stop was Ueno Park, the first park in Japan and the site if the capital when it was known as Edo - where the Shõgun hung out. The park is lovely and on a Sunday it was lively too. Heaps of families with young children were there. They seemed to be on a massive line for something. I though maybe the Wiggles were in town... We visited ...

Last day in Japan

A travel blog entry by kayteroo on Mar 28, 2013

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On our last day we decided to go check out one of the most popular and oldest temples in Asakusa, SensoJi. Most places we had been to while in Tokyo had been busy but not with tourists. We realised this was because everyone was at Asakusa. There were people everywhere!!!!

Before you get to the shrine there are lots of stalls selling chopsticks and food and mass produced Japanese souvenirs. We tried some of the ...