Hotel Select Inn Isehara

3-1-7 Isehara, Isehara, Kanagawa Prefecture, Kanto, 259-1131, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 3-1-7 Isehara, Isehara.
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Travel Blogs from Isehara

Last day

A travel blog entry by guentherhartig on Nov 16, 2013

... appreciate the opportunity Form2000 has given me to experience this fascinating culture first hand. I have learnt so much about the Amada world and machines, equipment and technologies which i will benefit from back in Melbourne. Looking forward to a bit of sightseeing in Tokyo this afternoon before heading back to the airport hoping for a better seat on the way home. ...


A travel blog entry by dzasta on Mar 13, 2013

2 comments, 20 photos

... holiday. The skiing was brilliant, shame about the weather getting a bit warm towards the end of the week. Tokyo was a little underwelming. It is a very sterile city, a bit like Perth. There are no night markets or street stalls, that we could find and it is just a big modern city. We all had a great time.
It has been a little like christmas...takes forever to get here, then all of a sudden it is here, then just as quick it is over.

Mr tinkertrain

A travel blog entry by mattjessjapan on Aug 17, 2012

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... robots. We had a good look around and found loads we wanted to buy before finally leaving the store. We decided to grab some food on the run, and head to Ueno, where there is another brilliant toy store. It was only one stop over on the train and we were there in 5 minutes. Again...we found loads in there, including a great Studio Ghibli section. Decisions on pressies were made, a new HUGE bargainous ...

Shibuya 109

A travel blog entry by gadelle on Feb 01, 2012

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... br> Apart from the loud sound system in each store -- Lady Gaga and Rihanna were battling it out for supremacy on most floors -- the salesgirls themselves produced the most noise of all. Impossibly thin, with impossibly long nails, wearing impossibly high heels and impossibly thick false eyelashes, these girls, some of them perched on top of stepladders and shouting into megaphones, kept up a steady stream of exhortations ...

A rest day

A travel blog entry by discovereatplay on Jun 21, 2011

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... in all directions. There's just so many people.

The homeless in Tokyo are quite different to home. The government provide them with boxes & tarps and allow them to camp out in certain areas. The camps we saw looked like big boxes wrapped with a tarp. I didn't even know there was a person inside until my partner explained it to me. During the day they pack up their ...

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