Hotel Kunimi Odawara

Address: 1-10-11 Sakaecho, Odawara, Kanagawa Prefecture, Kanto, 250-0011, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1-10-11 Sakaecho, Odawara, is near Hakone Ropeway, Hakone Open-Air Museum, and GeSpa.
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      Chilling in the lounge.

      A travel blog entry by xriricchi on May 11, 2014

      Because this is the only place I have good wifi connection and surprisingly there are still a lot of people awake even though it's 1:45 AM. I'm so hungry, and I actually feel like eating crepes right now, but it's really dark outside and I don't think there's any chance that I'll get to ...


      A travel blog entry by bellethorpe on Jan 14, 2012

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      ... the continued patronage of the Imperial Court, rules were formulated and techniques developed so that it came more nearly to resemble the sumo of today.

      A military dictatorship was established in Kamakura in 1192 and a long period of intense warfare ensued. Sumo, quite naturally, was regarded chiefly for its military usefulness and as a means of increasing the efficiency of the fighting men. Later in the hands of the art of ...

      How appropriate

      A travel blog entry by odevened on Sep 12, 2011

      ... br>
      These were the consecutive words on the page:

      muzei (tax-free)

      muzukashii (difficult)

      It got me thinking of the situation in the United States, where only tax cuts seem acceptable at any time under the current political climate.

      Afternoon distractions

      A travel blog entry by odevened on Apr 11, 2011

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      ... as I had a cup of coffee, the floor started shaking and shaking...not a comfortable feeling. I waited anxiously for it to stop. This one, too, brought anxiety and fear to the Tohoku region.

      I finished the book, and now I only hope and pray there can be some peace and happiness, relaxation ...

      The Big One

      A travel blog entry by odevened on Mar 12, 2011

      ... to begin every few seconds.

      Then, for a few minutes at least, they stopped. We returned to work, for maybe 15 minutes, with pictures of the devastation starting to appear on the TV from Senadi and other areas in and around Miyagi Prefectures. Then aftershocks were not meek at all; rough, strong jolts of the floor. Down the stairs again, quicker than the first time.

      Waiting outside again, we had some small talk, but not exactly the day ...