Grandir

3-10-20 Tagu, Ushiku, Ibaraki, Kanto, 300-1237, Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ushiku

Badda be, badda be, that's all folks

A travel blog entry by jttisdale

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Well, our stay in Japan���� has come to a close, almost. We are packing up all of our stuff, throwing away what we don't need and getting ready for one more morning in the land of the rising sun... My question is, why does it have to rise so early. 4:00 am, even the roosters are like "screw it, we'll crow in a couple of hours!!" We spent out last day touring places that neither had been and looking for bargains. We started out in Roppongi and ...

Tokyo day 4: Harajuku

A travel blog entry by pyres

... google "Harajuku fashion", you'll get the idea). We were there on Saturday, however, so we only saw a few outrageously fashionable teens.

With a bit of luck, we managed to find a couple of unoccupied large lockers at a nearest subway station and left the suitcases there. Then we had some breakfast and walked around the area to see if we can find anything interesting-looking. ...

First Stop - the hustle and bustle of Tokyo!

A travel blog entry by thebartons99

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... was nice, but the various hoses that pointed at different orifices were a little much for us!

The first morning in Tokyo, we were up early (4:30ish!, still on New Zealand time), so we decided to head over to the famous Tsukiji fish market. This is the largest wholesale fish and seafood market in the world. It handles over 2,000 tonnes of marine products per day, and all fresh fish served in Tokyo passes through this market. Apparently if ...

Sumo!!

A travel blog entry by guykb

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... we certainly did have the time and what followed was a pleasant half hour of chat. The young women were very friendly and explained for us a few things about the shrine. We were lucky enough to see a few weddings too - perhaps Saturday is as popular in Japan for weddings as it is at home. We posed for a group photo with our guides and the girls all exchanged Facebook details and we went our separate ways. It was really nice to meet them and talk about ...

My first time in Asia

A travel blog entry by char.j.stoever

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... version of Grand Central Station in NYC. This reminded me of some teachers I worked with in San Antonio. Each time that the bathroom at school was crowded, one teaacher would say Oh! It is Grand Central Station in here!. Union was dimly lit and smelled of leather and iron. I boarded the Airport Flyway Bus and had second thoughts about moving to L.A. as I witnessed its infamous traffic chugging along its 5-lane highways.

The bus driver dropped ...

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