Hamakita Plaza Hotel

458-1 Kibune, Hamakita-ku , Hamamatsu, Shizuoka, Chubu, 434-0038, Japan | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 458-1 Kibune, Hamakita-ku , Hamamatsu, is near Nakatajima Beach.
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Travel Blogs from Hamamatsu

Joy Joy

A travel blog entry by jasman.nijjar on May 11, 2014

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... crowded and we ended up eating at a sushi boat place. There was an old man who kept waving at us, it was really funny, he made a hang 10 sign and said meow meow meow and waved all the way out. The wasabi was in the sushi instead of being separate and the tea was a power you just add to water, delicious. We went back to the temple, it was open this time, I wafted the smoke on me and washed my hands ...

Nikko and Kyoto

A travel blog entry by tem on Jan 30, 2014

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... alleys which are so special for Kyoto. In the hostel I met a bunch of fantastic people and most of us went together to Fushimi Inari Taisha. It's one of the most beautiful shrines I've seen in Japan, it was absolutely worth climbing the mountain even though we never really had a view on Kyoto. On our way down we took a break and had for 80 yen a cooked egg and green tea. Many thanks to Nicolas and Ana for the great travel information of Japan, all your tips were absolutely worth it.
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Brrr.... It's cold and snowy here

A travel blog entry by stebsbunny on Apr 08, 2012

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After taking a Thomas the steam engine train to mount Fiji from the surf town of kamakura, we shorty realized it was cold at Fuji.. real cold. We arrived at our hostel in the small town below mount Fuji planning on doing a little hiking as far up as we could go but were told by the hostel owner our skinny jeans, sneakers and spring coats would not suffice and that we would "literally die" ...

Horaiji Temple & Horaisan Toshogu Shrine

A travel blog entry by misocutlet on Jan 03, 2012

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On my way back from Toei, I stopped by at Horaiji. The main tourist attraction of Horaiji was the Horaiji Temple and Horaisan Toshogu Shrine complex. I paid 500 yen for parking and walked down to Horaisan Toshogu. I heard that the Toshogu shrine was one of the top three Toshogu shrines of Japan and designated as a national important cultural property, but the Toshogu shrine was extremely disappointing, compared with Nikko and Kunosan Toshogu Shrines. The ...

Okumikawa Hanamatsuri Festival

A travel blog entry by misocutlet on Jan 02, 2012

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... I slept three consecutive hours against my intention and I rushed back to the hall, because I didn't want to miss much. Although the highlight of the festival was ogre dances, there were a lot of interesting dances performed by different dancers including toddlers, little children, young guys, and masked dancers. They danced in tune with the music of the Japanese drum and flutes and cheers from locals. Their ...

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