Hotel Crown Hills Kimitsu

Address: 4-1-11 Higashisakada, Kimitsu, Chiba Prefecture, Kanto, 299-1144, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 4-1-11 Higashisakada, Kimitsu.
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      Views for days!

      A travel blog entry by jared.screen on Sep 04, 2014

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      ... Tower which I found very interesting. I enjoyed the morning, the Tokyo Tower is an iconic tower in Tokyo and I knew I had to see it and a school group should to.

      In the afternoon, I visited the Roppongi Hills Tokyo City View which provides Tokyo's best view over the city. I caught a bus and then walked for a little bit until I reached the building. I stayed up the top for a few hours because the view is simply breathtaking! I could see so far in the distance it ...

      Tokyo - Obscure but awesome!!

      A travel blog entry by livingthedream on Jun 21, 2014

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      ... to do good. Whilst clearly liberated today, this culture is inbred in its people. Amazing!! Why do Japanese wear surgical masks? Cause they are sick and don't want to spread their germs... How nice is that!

      Arcade music soundtrack to your meal – As you sit in a shokudo (common restaurant type in Japan) they play what sounds like the type of music that soundtracks arcade games… I found myself eating as if ...

      Lost in Club Sega

      A travel blog entry by benandmartin on Mar 24, 2014

      46 photos

      ... jacuzzi and plunge pool) its actually very nice. Definitely better than some of the hostels we have stayed in. Each capsule even had its own TV!

      Tokyo is the real city that never sleeps. There are thousands of people everywhere at anytime day or night. This is probably because everywhere is so spread out, to have a night out you have to venture far from your accommodation. The only problem is the metro stops running at midnight. This ...

      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 ...

      First night out in Tokyo

      A travel blog entry by henribastien on Jun 08, 2013

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      ... But wait.. wait a minute. This look awfully close to spaghetti... and that's because it IS spaghetti. That's right I ended up in some Japanese version of the Old Spaghetti factory, not really what I was looking for.

      On my way I was again. Luckily, I found another restaurant shortly after, which didn't give me the dreaded X. Its a Yakitori bar, it's basically meat (and other things) skewers. I am placed at the bar (standing, no chairs or stool), and let me tell you, Japan ...

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