Grand Park Hotel EX Kisarazu

Address: 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

Back to the Past!

A travel blog entry by mackenziestrips on Jul 03, 2015

5 photos

... would do in the circus, which Nanny liked because the tricks are natural to the animals. For example, an animal sniffed out a hidden grape. The animals were so cute! I asked Nanny what she thought after the show, and she liked it! We took the cab home and went to bed for a well deserved rest. Wow, what a day!
Nanny here: What Kenzie hadn't mentioned was the crowds at the Night Safari, boy was it crowded and of course hot!!!! Have to say that it is very well done ...

Day 93-96 - Tokyo we are here!!!

A travel blog entry by annadave on Apr 14, 2015

14 photos

... As it was cooler here than our previous destinations we needed warmer clothes. I had wanted a jacket but found a warm jumper in Uniqlo in the sale and Dave found a hoodie. Masa left us for a while and we arranged to meet him to go to an izakaya later which is a bar that serves food. We just wandered around looking at the bright lights and then went back to Masa's. We went to a little place nearby and if you didn't look closely you'd never find it because it just had ...

And we're off

A travel blog entry by erath on Jan 10, 2015

... is in English), but also with recommending shops in my neighborhood and translating my mail. Speaking of which, it seems I made a mistake on my business cards. At the local city office the civil servant opened a file of the buildings in my block. On the map I noticed there are more buildings with the number 2-17-25! Safe to say that I was a bit surprised by this. As a consequence any post sent by you up till now (and ...

Japan - Tokyo

A travel blog entry by amanda.lynn26 on Oct 03, 2014

... of brilliance that he asked many questions about the chefs techniques and how he came to be so famous. Yasuda told us a Japanese story about a secret. He said that when children ask their parents or grandparents why things are the way they are and they don't have an answer, they simply say 'it's a secret' of course, his version of the story was much more eloquent, but it was entertaining and we all had a good laugh about it.

Besides the food being absolutely ...

Yakitori at Torigenen

A travel blog entry by hfairweather on Sep 15, 2014

4 comments, 2 photos

On Sunday night we had dinner at Torigenen, it looked like a real Japanese place. I had Yakitori which had chicken and leek on a stick. We also had some miso soup and sticky rice which got stuck on my dress when I dropped some. After dinner we walked down the street. A lot of shops were still open and there was a lot of bright neon lights. It was the same as when we got the bus into Tokyo when we landed, lots of bright flashing ...