Hotel Ganke

Address: 1-3-6 Kyuchu, Kashima, Ibaraki Prefecture, Kanto, 314-0031, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1-3-6 Kyuchu, Kashima.
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Travel Blogs from Kashima

The Last 2 Weeks!

A travel blog entry by donnellyramble on May 26, 2015

... we started our return trip with a visit to the Arashiyama bamboo forest, which was very pretty but (somewhat expectedly) full of tourists. We also tried some Sakura flavoured ice-cream – sounds nice but tasted awful!

Arashiyama also had a cool monkey park with Japanese Macaques – very cute. Refreshingly unusual in that the humans had to go into a cage to feed the monkeys, whilst the monkeys were free to roam as they pleased. Sat on a ...

I Found Wifi!

A travel blog entry by msbnbennett on May 17, 2015

4 comments, 2 photos

... When I get to Chicago it will be about 3:00pm Sunday. Which is weird because it's pretty much like I'm going back in time. I basically get to live Sunday twice hahah. My traveling is about halfway finished. Next stop is Chicago and then Harrisburg; then I will be done traveling by airplane. So excited! So you all in ...

Getting back to Tokyo

A travel blog entry by wheresgordon on Feb 03, 2013

... left. I eventually noticed that there was a sign saying that the gate had been changed. I headed for the new gate. When I arrived there the departure time was posted as 17:00. It was 16:59. Luckily for me, the plane was late.

I sat around for about 45 minutes before our plane was ready for boarding. It was another 45 minutes before it pushed back and another 30 minutes or so until we took off. I was happy to be on the ...

One hour layover in Tokyo

A travel blog entry by jessnjing2011 on May 11, 2011


... caught up and ready for the finale! Overall, not a bad flight. They constantly fed us tasty meals. Also, we met a nice lady, Claire, who is originally from Tennessee, but has lived in Okinawa, Japan for the last 29 years with her husband. She obtained a degree in Chinese language from Michigan State and now teaches English at University of Okinawa. We had several interesting conversations about language and the globalization of the world.

Mogusaen - There Were Plum Trees

A travel blog entry by gadelle on Apr 10, 2011

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Some events overshadow all others, so I'm not surprised to find that nearly a month after the Great Tohoku-Kanto Earthquake, things I did mere days before it seem like they happened years ago.

For those of you who've been following this travel blog for a while (mostly my mother!), you'll remember that March is the time I wax poetical about plum blossoms. As I did here, and here, ...