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

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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 hot, sticky, humid Tokyo summer

A travel blog entry by juliediehl on Aug 09, 2013

1 comment, 14 photos

... steam into the area. Unique to the area is the black hardboiled eggs that they cook in the sulphuric water. The sulfur turns the eggs black but doesn't change the taste (see photos). Piles of eggs in baskets are hard boiled every hour. To return to our starting point, we took a pirate ship over the shimmering lake. In Hakone, we did have the opportunity to go to one of the local onsens to soak in the hot spring and a traditional ...

Getting lost in Ginza

A travel blog entry by gothgoes on Dec 28, 2012

... a Tokyo sized room. We spent very little time in it though so it suited our needs perfectly.

We stopped at Kirin City for a beer while we oriented ourselves. The joke had been that Chops wanted ...

Guam to Tokyo

A travel blog entry by cello1357 on Apr 30, 2012

40 photos

... streets of Ginza were brightly lit with store signs. The retail rent in Ginza is one of the most expensive in the world, with six upscale department stores and plenty of high-end boutiques. Weary from the long journey, I ate dinner at a diner in the Mitsukoshi department store. After a simple yet delicious dinner, I headed back to Courtyard and crashed after a long day.


First blog from Japan: Tokyo

A travel blog entry by sabrina_berkamp on Nov 17, 2011

2 comments, 22 photos

... speak some basic English. And when you enter a shop, the staff will greet you with a polite 'irasshaimase' which means welcome or something. When you ask someone for directions, they will say 'thank you' when you understand and thank them. Really nice and welcoming. Downside: things are expensive here. A train ride from Tokyo to Kyoto on the shinkansen (bullet train) which last about 3 hours: 130 euro!!! A 20 minute taxi ride: 40 euro! A 30 ...