Hotel Kajigaya Plaza

Address: 928-2 Shimosakube Takatsu-ku, Kawasaki, Kanagawa, Kanto, 213-0033, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 928-2 Shimosakube Takatsu-ku, Kawasaki, is near Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, Hasegawa Art Museum, Goto Museum, and Yokohama History Museum.
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          A perfect Cherry Blossom day

          A travel blog entry by kylie-san on Mar 30, 2015

          12 photos

          ... mainly teenage girls. We thought something important was happening as there were police everywhere! I asked one what was going on and he just said lots of people! We did a little souvenir shopping in the Daiso shop where we found fascinating face masks promising that we will look like Barbie... probably due to the special 'placenta' ingredient. We had a good laugh and bought a few of them for gifts. Right next to Harajuku Station is Yoyogi Park and the entrance ...

          Another dimension

          A travel blog entry by klartman on Mar 15, 2015

          24 photos

          ... t find any Tube worker speaking to you in Japanese. If they even attempted to assist you...

          The two things I'd heard most when talking to people about Japan were - 'Tokyo is the most expensive place in the world" and "It's a nightmare getting around, you need a Japanese speaking guide." I can firmly scotch both of these untruths. It is ridiculously easy to get around and San Francisco is the more expensive than Tokyo. In fact I spent ten days in Tokyo and and a further ...

          Navigating the Biggest City in the World

          A travel blog entry by halleyc on Sep 27, 2014

          10 photos

          ... of it before I realized it was the redlight district. Of course, it was the middle of the day, and I don’t read any Japanese. From here, I looked online for the best-rated sushi restaurant in the area. Once I arrived, I sat at the sushi bar and had a wonderful meal of toro (fatty tuna). Toro is my favorite type of tuna, however it is very expensive. In Austin, each little slice (one bite each) is $10. However, in Tokyo I was able to get a ...

          Hakone day trip

          A travel blog entry by travelori on Sep 15, 2014

          66 photos

          Our Hakone trip was supposed to be an overnight trip however due to the unpredictable weather in the past days our plan has to be adjusted.

          To best enjoy the sights I would firmly adhere to an overnight tour (if time is not an issue). Each stop is such a beaut and a hurried pace is a big insult to the place. You cant fully enjoy each sight and the most you can do is take a picture and leave to catch for the next stop. At least ...

          Back in Asia

          A travel blog entry by reinder.prins on Jun 11, 2014

          2 comments, 36 photos

          ... to go per day, some people had queued since 2 AM....) but was still able to have a look at the market itself. Although tourists are only allowed in after 9 AM, I was able to sneak in through a side-entrance and get a good look at their proceedings - especially the cutting of the massive fresh tuna's with Samurai-like swords was pretty impressive. After having a sushi-breakfast at one of the famous little sushi-bars (they seat ...