Hotel Route Inn Hisai Ic

Address: 47-3 Hisai-Kitaguti cho, Tsu, Mie, Kinki, 514-1105, Japan | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on 47-3 Hisai-Kitaguti cho, Tsu.
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        Travel Blogs from Tsu

        Japanese GP at Suzuka

        A travel blog entry by cris_farrar on Sep 26, 2015

        11 photos

        ... rice dish and the famous Ise udon noodles and local beer. All very yummy in spite of our non Japanese. And to top it off at the end of the evening we saw this young couple both in traditional kimonos who had obviously been out on their way home. Smiling and enjoying each other's company. Tomorrow is race day. We have decided to let the boys sleep in. We will get there for lunch. Ed wants to see the support races. He is going to get there by himself. Adventure ...

        Nara to Ise

        A travel blog entry by cris_farrar on Sep 25, 2015

        25 photos

        ... angels. Arrived in Ise and raining. Found our guesthouse ie back packers. Ed and I later went to the Jingu temple. Really peaceful and huge. Then dinner of homemade udon noodles in a tiny "restaurant". Yummy. We are getting better at slurping. Then to a jazz festival where we met an animator on South Park for 9 years who is now in charge of the tourist bureau in Ise. Tomorrow Suzuka and more train ...

        So what of Tokyo?

        A travel blog entry by elaineeustace on Mar 11, 2015

        ... chain of 'maid cafes' have sprung up. The geek goes to the cafe to be fed by young 'maids' all dressed in pink. This is supposed to teach them how to communicated with young Japanese women more easily. Well, I've heard all the excuses now..... The city lacks any obvious beauty and as such it could never tug at my heart strings in the way that Paris and Rome do. But all of their not inconsiderable achievements are hidden - the vending machines that dispense hot coffee made from ...

        Kyoto and Iga-Ueno

        A travel blog entry by joca92 on Oct 31, 2014

        19 photos

        Today I took advantage of the open day at the imperial palace and had a quick look around. It wasn't anything that special compared to many of the other palaces and temples I'd seen in Kyoto however there were a few interesting, colourful panels. Once I had finished at the palace I headed out to Ida Ueno by train. The journey took around 1 hr 45 mins and required 3 transfers each way. However all the train travel allowed me a bit of a rest from the amount of ...

        First Weekend--Getting to Know Asahi

        A travel blog entry by ly.lutes on May 25, 2013

        1 comment, 4 photos

        ... shop, which I found interesting. I wonder if a person was running it out of their own home. After my walk (which was about 3-4 miles in 2 hours) I was pretty tired. So I went back home, sat on the couch, and watched this weird reality TV show that Kaeko-san likes until my host parents came home. When they came back home I was expecting a quiet lunch at home, but instead I got taken out for lunch at an udon restaurant. I ate hot udon with roe and an egg and it was ...