Hannou Daiichi Hotel

12-15 Nakacho, Hanno, Saitama, Kanto, 357-0038, Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Hanno

The white peek

A travel blog entry by kazuki

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... activate our data cards.Walking around Akihabara is absolutely amazing, anime figures everywhere when I come back here in 2 weeks I will go broke =(. I also ate reall local food, It was super nice. I have some good photos but my SLR isn't compatible with my lappy so once I get something to fix that there will be better and more images to ...

A visit to Ikegami Homon-ji

A travel blog entry by odevened

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Last Monday, a beautiful sunny day, was a nice time to take a late-afternoon walk to Ikegami Honmon-ji, a Buddhist temple complex in Ota-ku, Tokyo, about 10 minutes by foot from Ikegami Station.

The reconstructed buildings (after World War II) were first erected centuries ago, starting in the early 1600s (for ...

Sumo and Sushi in Tokyo

A travel blog entry by blair~rachelle

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... for this city of 14 million people; one could eat off the sidewalks and streets. Public toilets were available everywhere and I didn't encounter one that had not recently been thoroughly cleaned. They were free AND had toilet paper. Surprisingly, I encountered quite a few high tech toilets amongst the squat toilets in public bathrooms. I had read that the Japanese take bathroom comfort very seriously, which was quite evident.

We lucked out ...

What's up the steps

A travel blog entry by linda_stuart

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... top. Saw Tokyo tower a few blocks away, and a huge brown metal roof structure that I will have to research, walked through Tokyo Midtown and its park.
In the evening we went to the 52nd floor of Roppongi Hills for views of Tokyo. It was still day light with some haze. The was buildings as far as we could see in every direction.
Walked back through a park of trees decorated with fairly lights. Ever Joel who spent the day doing his ...

World of oceanic wonders

A travel blog entry by danielheidi

This is my last day in Tokyo. Is there a way to top up previous experiences here and add a new dimension? It may be kinda touristy but Tsukiji fish market made it to my itinerary in a straightforward fashion. Not only it's the largest fish market in the world (and selling some of the most expensive fish – reportedly a tuna once fetched half a million USD), but also possesses traditional aspects from morning auctions to wooden ...

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