Daiwa Roynet Hotel Tsukuba

Address: 1-5-7 Azuma, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Kanto, 305-0031, Japan | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 1-5-7 Azuma, Tsukuba, is near Mount Tsukuba.
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    Travel Blogs from Tsukuba

    Mid-year exchange ramblings

    A travel blog entry by erinscott on Jul 29, 2013

    ... but it was as if some sort of intense fatigue set in. 'Cos 3 months is actually a really long time to feel as though you're trying super hard but not really getting anywhere. Despite my continual efforts I hadn't managed to find a niche group of people at uni, or 'my tribe' as a fellow Aussie exchange student once described it. I was starting to wonder what on earth I was doing here.

    Luckily for me, a well-timed visit from my cousin Adele gave me a bit of a reprieve and ...

    Almost 8 months after I arrived in Japan...

    A travel blog entry by erinscott on Jul 15, 2013

    ... figure it'd be good for me as a way to debrief, haha).

    So anyway, here goes...

    Almost 8 months in Japan. I struggle to comprehend that I've been here for that long. When I first arrived I was running on all cylinders frantically trying to get practical things sorted - furniture, phone, bank account, class enrolment, taste testing everything that Japanese convenience stores have to offer (which is a lot, incidentally lol). I also embarked on ...

    Wave Fist

    A travel blog entry by andrew81 on Feb 02, 2011

    ... falling of your body and breath. Shichi being a smoker of many many years seemed to enjoy this sort of exercise immensely. I can't even say how long we were there, rising and falling in tandem with the passing of the Edogawa's waves. I wish you all could experience that moment. I wish I could share it with everyone. It's like standing on the pulse of the entire world for a brief moment! The back-and-forth motion of the waves, the trains, the birds, the ...

    Studio Ghibli Museum And Living Room Dining

    A travel blog entry by francesandrew on Jun 09, 2010

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    ... stopped at a Cake stall and bought a couple of tea time cakes. I was very proud as I ordered in quasi-Japanese, which was progress: “Konichiwa. Ichi strawberry shortcake and ichi fruit tart o kudasai”. Only then to reach my limit when I had to ask for a fork.

    On the way back to the Ryokan we stopped in a local playground as Ben had seen some Panda statues that he wanted a photo of me with. Nutter.

    Later that evening we ventured out to the ...

    Yokoso to Japan! Where It's Really Quite English

    A travel blog entry by francesandrew on Jun 08, 2010

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    ... still, and I loved the fact that they were so manga-esque! Tokyo uniforms seem to be tartan pleated skirts, high socks, shirt sleeved white shirt with tartan tie and a sleeveless cricket jumper. According to Brendan, some of them even wear it on weekends! Weird, but cute.

    We made our way over to the restaurant which was nearby and down in a basement. Tokyo is very much an “upstairs, downstairs” city with many restaurants and bars on floors other than the ground ...