Hotel Monselaton

Address: 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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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 ...

Day 128: Exploring Ota on foot

A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber on Feb 22, 2014

2 comments, 8 photos

... sunshine.

After our lookout break we made our way to the river to walk along the paths in the park. The walk seemed longer than it was supposed to, but we finally reached the river about an hour later. We got to walk past shops and restaurants and just observe how people spend their Saturdays here. It is nice to do the non-touristy thing sometimes because you get a better sense of the country and the people that live there. Plus, it is free to ...

Touring Tokyo, Finding Fuji

A travel blog entry by pugetview on Aug 30, 2013

21 photos

... crater. We could have missed it easily, as the trail sort of bypasses it, but it is huge. Incredibly deep, steep-walled, and pretty awesome. Definitely not the little saucer-like summit crater of Mt. Rainier. The trail down the mountain is one-way, via the track used to bring up supplies and workers. As always, we relied heavily on our trekking poles. The small pumice stones were loose and annoying, but by midday we were back to 5th Station, had ...

Origami samurai and a chocolate squirrel!

A travel blog entry by lmorton on Apr 06, 2013

2 photos

... little Samurai helmets-I will try to post a picture. The teacher said they were easy but we really enjoyed it! (she also said mine was very good. I almost asked if she had any jobs going!) We then popped into the Anime centre and the electronics/ gaming district, then over to Ginza for a spot of shopping. We especially liked Itoya (a shop with 9 floors of stationery -me), the Sony shop and Yamaha shop (Kev) and a massive toy shop (both of ...

Public Shaming

A travel blog entry by gaijingina on Sep 13, 2012

... from sports clubs to businesses.

A Kohai (the protege) must respect and obey his master, who in term must guide, respect and teach the junior.

It first existed in Japanese martial arts. And in the Edo-period even minor offenses could lead to upside down Crucifixion and dismemberment by oxen and carts.

But lets get something straight, whatever you have seen in Kill Bill, Japan is no longer the place where people are beheaded for ...