Hotel Mates Ageo

Address: 1-2-16 Nakacho, Ageo, Saitama Prefecture, Kanto, 362-0035, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1-2-16 Nakacho, Ageo, is near John Lennon Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Ageo

Tokyo, Japan.

A travel blog entry by globetrotter92 on Jun 03, 2015

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... It was all very overwhelming busy and bright! It was nice to walk around and just gaup at it all! As we do all the time at the lights! It's just crazy how many lights there are and the Japanese writing makes it look even nicer! We finally decided on a little cafe for food and I found some morning glory that wasn't really expensive! It was so good, a change from sushi and noodle soup! ...

Back to Tokyo

A travel blog entry by annsan on May 15, 2015

14 photos

... plants and trees in large pots, the connection with nature seems to be very important. In Fukushima our train hooks up with the Tohoku Shinkansen which connects Tokyo to the northern tip of Honshu. Shortly after leaving Fukushima Station the train comes to an abrupt stop. Someone's wheeled luggage zooms by, followed by its owner trying to catch it. The train stands still and the power is out. The conductor makes an announcement in Japanese and we wonder if the train ...

Day 2 - Asakusa, okonomiyaki and tempura feast

A travel blog entry by globalshepherds on Apr 19, 2015

19 photos

... 12459;ӝ 2;ツリー Tōkyō Sukaitsurī?) is a broadcasting, restaurant, and observation tower in Sumida, Tokyo, Japan. It became the tallest structure in Japan in 2010[2] and reached its full height of 634.0 metres (2,080 ft) in March 2011, making it the tallest tower in the world, displacing the Canton Tower,[3][4] and the second tallest structure in the world after Burj Khalifa (829.8 m/2,722 ft).[5]

Also visible along ...


A travel blog entry by samanthannec on Jan 30, 2015


... don't spit out their gum on the ground, they don't have unnecessary garbage anywhere. It's concerning when I notice this so quickly because I have to think - how facking dirty is Toronto? As of yesterday we mastered the Tokyo subway, bus and train systems. Again, Toronto, figure it out. We have an embarrassing loop with a line through it at home, whereas Tokyo has 15+ subway lines, 5+ trains and god only know how many buses. Luckily though everything is colour coded and once you ...

Days 3 through 5 -- they all blurred together

A travel blog entry by nbd.finn on Oct 05, 2014

68 photos

... minutes of being underground, I was at
long last waiting on the right platform for the right subway.

The subway ride itself was uneventful except for a sign I saw denoting the
area underneath the sign for the invalid or elderly. I mistook the crutch one
of the simplified people was holding for a syringe, leading to an extremely interesting
mental image: Rush hour, Tokyo, everyone being physically stuffed into the train,
while a guy with a ...