New Otani Makuhari Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNew Otani Makuhari Hotel Chiba
The service, facilities and amenities were excellent. It was a very comfortable stay in all aspects. The location is also good, just 7 minutes walk to the Station, Plena Mall and Makuhari Outlet Park (good shopping zone) and 10 minutes walk to the sea side.
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... I can remember. They never get old! We started off the day with the Splash Mountain. The wait late morning was about 60 minutes or so, but as veterans, we know about this system called the "single-rider" system where you can cut the line because you help fill in the uneven seats as a single rider. If you don't really care about sitting together with your party, consider using this system for Splash Mountain. It's only available on this ride.
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... eating a bowl of ramen, you are to slurp louder the more you are enjoying it. This is a mark if respect to the chef so if you pass a restaurant with someone loudly slurping down a bowl of ramen, it is a good place to go and you should venture inside. After supper I wandered the streets and came across a couple of night markets where I purchased some Japanese sweets to serve as my dessert, and then made my way back to the hostel for a well earned rest after a full day out and about in ...
Had one of our host pick us up and take us to train station to Chiba. Took about 40 minutes by train. I read on train the Stephen King book. We arrived at train station and great to see our old frind Kiyoshi after a few years. He had not changed one bit except for a few gray hairs and not even a wrinkle. We told him this and he laughed. We went ...
... an Internet cafe but we did not understand why there were over night prices and separate womenâ€™s prices. All of a sudden I realized I had read about Japanese Internet cafe's in a travel book before we left and how you can sleep there for the night on mats in your own little cubby area. So, that's what we did! We were exhausted, it was late and for twelve dollars we got a place to sleep, unlimited coffee, ice cream and internet.
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... different areas. After some ice cream and a visit to the merchandise area we felt content that we had seen enough, having spent a good few hours and moved on. No photography is allowed in the museum as the idea is that you experience in the present instead of doing so through the viewfinder of your camera. Later in the evening we headed to Shibuya once more this time to meet up with Emi, an old friend from London by the famous Hachiko statue (the loyal dog who waited ...