Hotel Continental

Address: 1-5-1 Fuchucho, Fuchu, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 183-0055, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1-5-1 Fuchucho, Fuchu, is near Sanrio Puroland, Tama Zoological Park, and Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Fuchu

    Bilan ( suite et fin) /Assess( continuation &end)b

    A travel blog entry by maa3 on May 30, 2015


    ... Thailand), Halong Bay & Hoi An ( Vietnam), Angkor Wat (Cambodia), Banaue & Bohol (Philippines), Sun Moon Lake (Taiwan), Gyeongju (South Korea), Sendai&Hiroshima ( Japan).. Different political dynamics are being played in this region of the world: Thais, Burmese, Laotians, Malese, Taiwanese, Philippinos have expressed their concern about China claiming the absolute sovereignty over the China Sea. Moreover the Vietnamese are sure that there will be a war ...

    Sardines in a Train Car - Meredith T.

    A travel blog entry by tcu on May 14, 2015

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    ... fan. I found it so strange that the fans would not cheer unless their team was actually batting. I had to catch myself from yelling or clapping when the other team messed up because apparently that isn't the norm in Japanese baseball! The Tokyo Dome is also a covered stadium, which I found very strange because I'm so used to feeling the breeze while at the Rangers games back home. Unfortunately, the Giants lost to the Hiroshima Carps, 4-5, but it was such a fun game. ...

    Government building and Sumo Wrestling

    A travel blog entry by humberwright on Jan 19, 2015

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    ... cardboard sumo wrestler which looks like they are holding you. So of course me and Noel did it. The photos are funny. The place is huge. You can get a radio which gives you English translation of the commentary but me and Noel decided not too. We got a leaflet in English which showed the different rounds. It also tells you about etiquette in the Kokugikan. Sumo wrestling had already started but the arena wasn't busy so we just ...

    Japan - Tokyo

    A travel blog entry by amanda.lynn26 on Oct 03, 2014

    ... way around. We didn't use our chopsticks, instead he told us we should use our fingers especially when it is wrapped in nori. Each piece was perfectly balanced with the rice, sauce, and fish. I don't know how much we ate or all thedifferent types, but there were a few I remembered. An oyster one, which when you put it in your mouth it literally melts like butter, there was another one that was from the coast of Ireland, I don't know how to describe it, but it was absolutely ...

    Tsukiji Fish Market

    A travel blog entry by garyclifton on Sep 29, 2014

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    ... I'll just go speak with the owner" here) we exited and went to one of the sushi bars close by. There were queues of tourists more than 30m long for some of the bars, but Amanda guided us past them and with an almost supernatural sense of where to be, approached a bar, which looked full and with the door closed. "This place normally has a big queue, but for some reason today it's quiet" she said by way of explanation, referring to a conversation she must have had while ...