Hannou Daiichi Hotel

Address: 12-15 Nakacho, Hanno, Saitama, Kanto, 357-0038, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 12-15 Nakacho, Hanno.
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Travel Blogs from Hanno

Best Friends Abroad

A travel blog entry by theroamingnome on Oct 03, 2014

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... and shacks crammed into the tiny streets that had some of the best food I've ever eaten.

Our days were filled with museums, shogun palaces and samurai museums. Our nights were spent going to amazing restaurants, and walking in the streets shopping around. Sometimes we would catch glimpses of wild Japanese night life. Businessmen hanging out of windows singing karaoke, and women dressed up like anime characters. It was people watching at its finest. My favourite ...

A hectic day in Tokyo.

A travel blog entry by theshis on Jul 28, 2014

... how crazy and not smart is the Tokyo metro and train systems.
It literally takes FOREVER to understand it, and we usually grasp those things instantly.
Another thing that we learnt - the HARD way - is that connecting stations are sometimes REALLY far from each other (and I'm talking hundreds of meters apart!), so you better put on your ...

Tokyo, Tokyo, wherefore art thou Tokyo?

A travel blog entry by cwonholiday on Jun 06, 2014

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... foot to find dinner. So many places to choose from but all the places recommended by the hotel on floors 6 to 8 of the nearby Tobu Building (huge shopping centre) were full with people waiting to go in. We hit the smaller streets again before finding a likely looking spot and sat waiting to be served. With the help of a lovely Chinese couple at the next table, we learned which bell to press to call the waitress and ordered ...

Daddy and Me!

A travel blog entry by jamiekrussell on Oct 25, 2013

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... tempura lunch. Then we walked a few steps and were at Hachimangu Shrine. There were many school children here as well. This particular shrine is dedicated to the god of war. Like in Tokyo yesterday, we saw young children dressed in traditional clothing and a wedding couple. The funniest thing I saw here was one of the monks sweeping up one of the smaller shrines with a swiffer-like mop. I guess even sacred places get dirty.
Ken was nice enough to stay with us after our initial ...

Shibuya(kasha)

A travel blog entry by hazel_81 on May 24, 2013

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... t wait to see the result. I think I was there a couple of hours while Nagisakaneko created her masterpiece and I enjoyed every minute of it. A true Tokyo beauty experience that I just had to try! After leaving there and totally paranoid my nails were gonna get damaged, I decided to stay in the Shibuya area and wander around the shops of which there are many. My plan for the evening was to go to the Park Hyatt for cocktails à la ...

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