Travel Blogs from Kimitsu
... orso people each) right on the market, it was only 6.30 AM - a long day ahead...
Later that morning I went to Shibuya, the part of Tokyo that is famous for having the busiest crossing in the world. Shibuya is quite nice but very busy and heaps of neon signs etc. Among other things, Shibuya has some large and very interesting department stores that really sell everything you'll never need. After this I was due ...
... urban sprawl. Due to the overfishing of their waters and the limited space available for development on their islands, it doesn’t seem that this is likely to improve anytime soon.
Next door to Tsukiji is a small shinto shrine which was built in 1658, and is a beautiful representation of the local architecture. Parts of it reminded us of elements of our Maui home, which has a lot of Japanese elements to it, which we recognize more and ...
... the girls wanted to eat dinner.I found it interesting that the restaurant they chose was under the railroad...I mean literally, there was a train running over a bridge, every 5 minutes and there was an entire lineage of restaurants underneath the bridge. Each place rattling at its loudest when a train passed overhead. Nonetheless, Yakitori Alley, as its famously known was definitely a fun place to eat dinner with all sorts of options available. After ...
... knowledge about the country beforehand. This will help you in locating a place and making your journey smooth and memorable.
Top Tourist Destinations in Japan
Mount Fuji: Mount Fuji is the highest and a volcanic mountain in Japan. Its large crater is the main centre of attraction. Beside, climbers and trekkers come here to see the beautiful sunrise and enjoy scenic beauty. There are many shrines and temples as well.
Disneyland in Tokyo: ...
... if they sell Paraiso in England?!
To my delight, the cherry blossoms have landed! And that was our first stop, Ueno Park. It was covered in white and pink blossoms although pink ones seeming a little slower to emerge. From there we walked amongst the trees whilst eating some yakatori chicken skewers and a Japanese omelette. pps, the jeju mosquitoes must have liked me, either that or we peed off with me slagging on the mountain boulders and ...
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659-1 Toyofusa, Kimitsu | Hotelfrom $185
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