Grand Hotel Kanachu Hadano

1-10 Taishincho, Hadano, Kanagawa Prefecture, Kanto, 257-0034 , Japan | Hotel
Prices starting from $95.00

Travel Blogs from Hadano


A travel blog entry by pwong


... Goth-loli girls abound in Harajuku, described by Lonely Planet as "Zombie Little Bo Peeps" - there are all sorts of stereotypes about the Japanese, particularly residents of Tokyo, and the idea of a neighbourhood full of girls dressed as if they are going to a Victorian-era tea party to nosh on scones with the Mad Hatter simply doesn't appeal to me. Quite frankly, it seems ludicrous that people go to such great lengths solely for the sake of being ...

St Mary's International School

A travel blog entry by anj-ikimashou


... would be allowed to take back home a soy sauce he used to have when living here. I'm not sure of the answer on that question (maybe the lady in the photo could answer it) but I will have to watch him, I could possibly find Keiko in my suitcase back in Sydney :-| Total steps today was 22,787 and my feet feel everyone of them. Hoping for a less energetic day tomorrow as we're going to Ukai Toriyama in the mountains for lunch. Jus expects it should take us about 2 hours each ...


A travel blog entry by bellethorpe


... the ring. We wondered if they had danger insurance.

In the middle of all of this Chris went off to queue for his free Sumo calendar, only to later lose it in the hostel, what a idiot! We also had a snack break, both needing a coffee to warm up. Strangely we then shared an ice cream as it was about the only thing that we through was affordable as it was 4 for a small portion of fries, amazing!

We also popped out to get ...

Why Am I Still Here?

A travel blog entry by odevened


... on this side of the world.

Life is always filled with risks. The air is dirty in one place, the water nasty in another; a dangerous civil war in one locale, an overcrowded theater in another.

We don' t know what the outcome will be.

But I do know that there's a sense of purpose with each day in these trying times, and taking pride in one's work is a vital part of a functioning society.


Rolling Blackouts

A travel blog entry by gadelle


... tremor, or was it just my imagination?"

The news coming from the nuclear power plants isn't all that reassuring, though I'm not too worried yet -- at least they're not too close to Tokyo. It's affecting me in that they've announced rolling blackouts until the end of April; tomorrow, the cities of Mitaka (where I live) and Musashino (where I work) are to have blackouts in the early morning and in the late afternoon and evening. ...


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