Hotel Route Tsukuba

Address: 1145-3 Hanamuro, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Kanto, 305-0025, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1145-3 Hanamuro, Tsukuba, is near Mount Tsukuba.
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        Travel Blogs from Tsukuba

        Crossing the World's longest underground tunnel

        A travel blog entry by andrewy on Jul 04, 2015

        21 photos

        ... one electric plug. I asked kindly to the young guy next to me if I can use the plug to charge my iPad. The jerk said no and pulled out 5 of his electronic gadgets , play station, mobile phone etc and started charging like I don't exist, what selfish jerk. I took a nap then updated my travel blogs. On arrival to Ueno station, I transferred 2 trains to arrive at Tsukuba station. I arrived around 520 pm, walked around the mall area and had udon dinner. Only ...

        In search of Gundam

        A travel blog entry by marinoni on Sep 18, 2013

        9 photos

        ... looking down, felt high enough to me. The next destination was going to be a doozy. The famous Shibuya crossing. This has been featured in movies, it has the normal cross walks, and also two diagonal ones. I went into the busiest Starbucks, where there was a viewing area on the second floor. I filmed a crossing and snapped a few pictures. Now was the fun part to make the crossing. Of course I had to go on the diagonal. It was a strange feeling, your side ...

        Heading to the doctor in Japan

        A travel blog entry by erinscott on Jul 19, 2013

        Orrighty, so after a while life on exchange is oddly similar to life back at the ANU. Obviously the scenery and food are different (and the language), but once you slot into daily-life mode your everyday existence is routine. Which I like, 'cos being amazed(!) or confused(!) or frustrated(!) all the time is incredibly exhausting. lol

        And routine doesn't necessarily mean life is easy, it just means the challenges are more ...

        Returning to Tsukuba

        A travel blog entry by sylvie.abrams on Jul 12, 2013

        ... contest made in pewter of peacock and oriental writing. Keep wanting to find a Buddha pendant. No luck. While they were wrapping our purchases they told us of the time Richard Gere stopped in. I died. I am a huge fan. Marc and the boys know it. I was all ears. He bought a few things but was really interested in this Buddha. The owner and him talked about. Richard insisted it was older and the owner said only 150years old. It was a gorgeous piece. ...

        Wave Fist

        A travel blog entry by andrew81 on Feb 02, 2011

        ... our breath, even the rays of the sun flow in a wave-like pattern.

        Thinking about it even now, I get goosebumps.

        Afterwards, Shichi taught me the word "mushin", which is difficult to translate but is something like "no mind". It is through "mushin" or no-mindedness that we can sometimes have our greatest experiences, don't you think?

        jp007: utsukushii - oo-tsu-koo-shee = beautiful - eg. anata wa utsukushii yo! = you are beautiful!!!!