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

Journey through Japan

A travel blog entry by hughandjen on Sep 15, 2014

1 comment, 14 photos

... karaoke booth and blast out the classics. The following day we visit the natural history and science museum which was pretty good although some areas were closed for refurbishment. We then went to the museum of advertising and marketing which was excellent; I love the distinctive Japanese style which comes through in everything. We were told that we had to do a 'purikura' which is a much more than your ordinary photo booth. Aimed for teenage girls the ...

Domo Arigoto Mr Roboto

A travel blog entry by christine_n_den on Jun 10, 2014

37 photos

... rainy season doesn't really work! In the evening we went to a bar were we ordered all the food via computer – crazy! It was incredible- approximately 15 seconds after hitting the beer button on our computer a beer would show up – almost magical!

The following morning we woke up at 3:45am with hopes of visiting the tuna auction at the largest fish market in the world. Only 120 tourists are allowed into the auction each morning. We knew we'd ...

Cherry on the cake

A travel blog entry by nathanandclare on Apr 01, 2014

67 photos

... our flight, but I was having none of it. Even though we were sat on the bus with our luggage in the store below, I jumped up, got off the bus and started hunting for a taxi, there were none, so I pleaded with the bus driver to get going. He promise we would be there in 20 minutes, which left 5 minutes before check in closed, so I put my game face on and devised a plan. I took Nath and I's day packs and strapped myself in good and tight so I was ready for action, he would get the ...

Japan: Kyoto to Tokyo.

A travel blog entry by paulandton on Oct 17, 2013

6 comments, 119 photos

... Even though it is Saturday and quite busy you can still feel the serenity, tranquility and peacefulness of these temple complexes. It probably has something to do with the attitude of the Japanese themselves as well. The Japanese, in contrast to most westerners, walk around quietly, no yelling or shouting to each other, no running and always friendly. The second day trip was to Hakone. Hakone is a hot spring resort area where you can hike, go to the hot ...

Kokyo (Imperial Palace) & Kite Museum

A travel blog entry by wheresgordon on Mar 12, 2013

... assistance, to find it.

The Kite Museum is small. It's pretty much just one room but that room is stuffed full of kites and it's only 200 yen (a bit over $2). The kites are mostly small and rthe smallest were tiny. Some of them were only the size of a postage stamp. They had a little information in English. I found the museum really interesting.

I walked to the Bridgestone Museum of Art. I don't ...