Hotel Keikyu Aburatsubo Kanchoso

Address: 1152 Misakimachi Koajiro, Miura, Kanagawa Prefecture, Kanto, 238-0225, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1152 Misakimachi Koajiro, Miura.
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    Travel Blogs from Miura

    Shibuya, Harajuku, Shinjuku (Robot Restaurant)

    A travel blog entry by humberwright on Jan 21, 2015

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    Guest star blogger... Mr N D Wright It was a cold day so had to wrap up well for walking round the city, the umbrella was needed to as it was due to the rain. We took the long tube ride across the city to Meiji-Jingumae to check out the Meiji shrine and Yoyogi Park, which are some of the most visited places in the city. Although it was raining and a little bleak the park was still a nice retreat in the city. On the wall through to find the shrine we found ...

    Living in Tokyo

    A travel blog entry by garyclifton on Oct 14, 2014

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    ... and I'm waiting to see what the Rainbow bridge looks like when it's illuminated, about to eat some goyza. In Japanese 'Cider ' seems to mean 'Water' and I've searched in vain for anywhere that serves the Kirin Cider which is a very good drop by the way. So I'm waiting for my self serve buzzer to go off while I sip my 'orange flavoured ...

    In search of the 47 Ronin

    A travel blog entry by andynbaza on May 09, 2014

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    ... the site of the graves. There's nothing in any other language than Japanese to indicate you're in the right place and apart from a souvenir shop, just outside the gates, you'd struggle to know you'd arrived.

    The graves are situated together in a little area and are obviously much visited. My little ability with Japanese nontheless allowed me to talk to a couple from Sapporo, who pointed out the individual grave of Oishi, the leader of the ...


    A travel blog entry by glenndwyer on Apr 18, 2014

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    We decided when planning the trip this year it might be cool to spend a couple of days in Tokyo. I had met a couple of expat locals who live in Tokyo on Twitter some 18 months ago and they both offered to play tour guide. Ben is an Aussie and works as a concierge in a big hotel in Shinagawa and Wendy, an American girl who teaches conversational English to high school kids. I had started following Ben on Twitter just because of his insights into an Aussie living here and he also posts ...

    Japanese Adventures!

    A travel blog entry by seoul2soul on May 19, 2013

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    ... that they vomit and urinate right in the streets. Additionally, Koreans dig in their nose and butts, and cough up phlegm and spit anywhere. And when I say anywhere, I mean anywhere! I've seen it even in elevators. The whole time I've been in Japan, it has been refreshing to not see or hear any of this. 3. Japan is much more laid back. It's not uncommon to walk right into a jazz festival or some kids break dancing in the courtyard. Everything is laid back and much ...