Hotel Monselaton

2-5-1 Shinjuku, Chuo-ku, Chiba, Chiba, Kanto, 260-0021 , Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Chiba Station area of Chiba, is near Kasori Shellmounds Site Museum.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Monselaton Chiba

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Travel Blogs from Chiba

It's not jetlag, I'm just forgetful...

A travel blog entry by astrix7 on Apr 17, 2014

3 comments, 14 photos

... happened and said I'd do whatever I could to get a replacement. I then put my shoes on and finally left the apartment to go and find some shops to buy milk and groceries. It was getting dark but I remembered the landmarks and roads that lead to a shopping street. After a 10 minute walk I found a street that was full of people on their way home, looking for groceries and something for dinner, just like I was. I was starving but from many of the shopfronts came some ...

A day in the life of Ms. Shopper

A travel blog entry by gadaboutdad on Oct 13, 2012

1 comment, 3 photos

... he learned to observe and differentiate between the small red and blue decals at the bottom of each item in the machine signifying either hot or cold.

Today was a shopper's paradise. Hummmm... But since I'm a buyer, not a shopper, well.... It was interesting for a while, lots of new and unseen things to observe. Most of the folks obviously enjoyed the hour spent in the tea shop ...

Episode 4 :Turning Japaneser

A travel blog entry by therchappell on Jul 16, 2012

6 photos

... like hours of weaving through the streets again, this time while being blinded by the neon signage and gigantic television screens fastened to the sides of buildings,which somehow reminded me of that tom cruise film, minority report! we found ourselves in Shibuya, which is home to the famous pedestrian crossing which you see in films and tv adverts, for those that don't know its basically three massive zebra crossings that criss-cross each other, but for ...

Shinjuku Gyoen National Gardens, then home

A travel blog entry by ahartry on May 24, 2012

41 photos

... the aisle from me … she pointed out how many women were sitting in first class (she was right: two men, six women). She owns a wine export business … exporting to Japan. I asked how long Japan has been a wine culture … she said really only in the last 10 years. They have a wine region, but the vast majority still wine imported wine. In face, she said that one of her customers said, “If it has an alphabet, that’s all that ...

4th Day in Tokyo

A travel blog entry by japan2011 on Sep 21, 2011

14 photos

... National Gymnasium.

As we walked the tree lined street towards the park it became increasingly obvious that we must be mad. The rain was no longer falling from the sky but hitting us at right angles. We laughed it off and decided that as we were Irish our skin is waterproof and so despite the rain we did walk through Yoyogi Park and visited the Meiji Shrine. To our surprise we were joined by a fool hardy bus load of Japanese pilgrims and as ...