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

... Lolita stores. Token middle aged man dressed as Lolita.

In the evening we went to the Robot Restaurant in Shinjuku - amazing. All neon and crystal. Live show part Power Rangers Live, part showgirls. Peaked too early though with an elaborate 'Robot Aliens vs Nature' story featuring an awesome robot shark!

18th May – Sumo!
We couldn't find place to store our bags so had to squash in with them. Fortunately had great seats, even if ...

I Found Wifi!

A travel blog entry by msbnbennett on May 17, 2015

4 comments, 2 photos

I'm in Tokyo at the Narita Airport. Today has been a longgggg day already and it's only 4:15pm (Sunday). My flight boards at 4:50pm so I had enough time to eat my last Japanese meal. I am very very sleepy. So I'm pretty sure I will sleep as soon as I sit down on the plane. I'm getting more and more excited to get back ...

Running like a Gaijin

A travel blog entry by little-general on Aug 15, 2012

... his line from Japanese nationals to foreigners...Seriously? He had the "stamp" all along? This is only one of a million examples of Japanese bureaucracy that exists.

Not surprisingly arrival into Japan must always be treated like a game...usually against the clock. Aided by the memory of long processing times for gaijins, it is crucial that from the moment you touch down you are race against the clock ...

Mogusaen - There Were Plum Trees

A travel blog entry by gadelle on Apr 10, 2011

27 photos

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, ...

Up in the air

A travel blog entry by jochembakker on Apr 08, 2011

... was caused, the issued tsunami warning was quickly withdrawn and the captain informed us all was just fine at Tokyo and the airport so we would proceed as planned. He did inform us that they had loaded a significant amount of extra fuel, so that in case of a serious situation at Narita, they would have more than sufficient fuel to make it to an alternative airport, at a large distance from the possible problem area. Good boyscout: well prepared! The flight itself still is only about ...