Grand Park Hotel EX Kisarazu

1-1-40 Asahi, Kisarazu, Chiba, Kanto, 292-0055, Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kisarazu

Gizmos and pillows

A travel blog entry by petturik


... lot of salt throwing and leg kicking going on, which is great to look at. There is a lot more to sumo than meets the eye but the basics are that whoever is first pushed out of the ring or touches the ground with something else than the sole of his feet loses. So it's easy to understand and go with the crowd. Each matchup takes some minutes and since there are about 30 matchups you'll be there for a couple of hours. But it was awesome right from ...

Sunday Otaru

A travel blog entry by skippini

... miss it but at least the crowds had died down by then! We go back into the museum and then head back to the store to pick up our boxes. We get out at 12:31 and I tell Warren that he missed the 12:30 whistle. Hahaha We walk around the town of Otaru which was a ton of fun. Lots of samples of food to eat just walking around the shops. Better than Costco. We walk by this seafood place for a snack. Anna picks a ...


A travel blog entry by dillardstravels


... to play in the store that had many different cartoon and kids toy characters before leaving the area.
Before heading back to the hotel we made a quick stop at the Shibuya crossing. this 5 way intersection is suppose to be one of the busiest intersection in the world. It is estimated that on average 1000 people cross each time the light changes. It didn't seem that busy when we were there, but ...

Hot chocolate

A travel blog entry by lmorton


... the sole purpose of knocking you over (and maybe delivering a bit of fish as well). And other men grabbing fish out of tanks and chopping their heads off while they're still wriggling. Actually, maybe you shouldn't imagine that bit. But it was very interesting! We wandered round for a while, then headed up to Ginza at about 8:30. Ginza is a big shopping street and it looks really cool, but unfortunately the shops don't open til 11 so we just window shopped. Kev got very ...

Day 6 - bye bye ):

A travel blog entry by ifeuhrah


... capital of the world, renowned for its unique street fashion by the young Japanese community. Many prominent designer and fashion ideas have sprung from Harajuku.
We had dinner on our own, where I had a tray of Takoyaki and sat in one of the alleys while watching the most fashionable Japanese citizens walking by. Nicest feeling.
We then checked into the hotel. The 5 of us in a room. Squeezy, but fun.

The second day in ...


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