Grand Park Hotel EX Kisarazu

1-1-40 Asahi, Kisarazu, Chiba, Kanto, 292-0055, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1-1-40 Asahi, Kisarazu.
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Travel Blogs from Kisarazu

The Shinjuku Incident

A travel blog entry by 12thousand500 on Jul 02, 2014

... a dot-matrix printer, ATM machines and ticketing machines in the subway look like Commodore 64s. Everything has a lot of moving parts, but amazingly nothing is ever broken.

Japanese politics also seems stuck on the same issue as well--last time I was here, the big issue was that the Prime Minister, Shinjo Abe, wanted to amend the constitution to end Japan's status as a pacifist state. Right now, the big issue is. . . Shinjo Abe wants to amend ...

Kappabashi Dori - Kitchenware Town

A travel blog entry by tea-knee on Apr 18, 2014

1 comment, 41 photos

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Other shops are - potteries, plates & bowls - both classic & modern style, apron shop, signboard, cushions, bakery stuffs etc.

Fake Food

fake food = sampuru = sample (english)

This is the main reason I wanted to come here.

Many of the restaurants in Japan has fake food displayed on their display area. These sampuru look sooo real.

There are ...

Day 15

A travel blog entry by thebyrnes on Jan 11, 2014

4 photos

We had a lazy morning and went to Starbucks for breakfast. Next we met some friends of Miwa's at the Senso-ji Temple. We looked around and bought some stuff at the markets (and some yummy food!). We then went to one of the busiest crossings ...

To Tokyo, Greeted by rain

A travel blog entry by johnnym on Sep 03, 2013

7 photos

... looked through my passport and looked up; "do you need visa?". If I do, I'm screwed, I didn't say, but I trusted my own research rather than that this was a question borne of more knowledge than I had. Sure enough, at the airport I stopped by the landing cards (having blithely said I didn't need one on the plane and not, by now, trusted that they'd know) and a lovely smiley man with a great American accent came over to help. No problem with any info not quite right ...

Turning Japanese, I really think so!

A travel blog entry by magsandsi on Apr 13, 2013

3 comments, 36 photos

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Another classic must do, and I can say this as I have done it, is eating sea urchin roe for breakfast.

The Shinkanzen (Bullet trains to you and me) are fast. Very fast. Very very fast. The trouble is, this being Japan, it doesn't actually feel fast when you are on it. It feels very, well, polite I guess. You streak along at a thousand kilometres a minute but the thing is so damn smooth you may as well be on an air plane. If trains went as ...