TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Shiro Funabashi
Travel Blogs from Funabashi
... stack of colorful barrels of Sake, which are donated from Japanese sake makers, and are given as an offering to the emperor each year. The shrine is a popular spot for traditional Japanese weddings, and, as I was there on a Saturday afternoon, I got a glimpse of a bride getting into her limousine.
From Harajuku, I went back to my hotel. Tonight, I actually went to dinner in the hotel’s restaurant, which overlooked a large Japanese-style ...
... so at any point during the year you can enjoy them. As we walked through i was particularly drawn to the fountain on the other side of the bridge I was standing on since the sound the water made completely drown out the noise of the city so close behind it. Although, I do have to say, there are more quiet and serene spots than loud and crazy ones, so it seems as though the appreciation of calm is still at some times very present in the ...
... Quand on marche en direction du shrine, il se trouve en retrait, sur la droite. Ce petit mémorial sur lequel brule une flamme et accompagné d’un petit écriteau sur lequel on peut lire l’histoire de l’origine de la Flamme d’Hiroshima et Nagasaki à Ueno.
“Le 6 Août 1945, les forces armées américaines ont larguées la première bombe atomique sur Hiroshima, et quelques jours plus tard, le 9 Août, sur Nagasaki, faisant des milliers ...
... found the Chagas bug and a picture of the parasite. The entire museum was in Japanese so we didn't understand much. One thing we didn't need translation for was the measurement for the longest tape worm. It was just shy of 29 feet long. Gross.
Today seemed more clear than yesterday so we decided to head back to the government buildings observation deck to see if Mount Fuji was visible. Much to our disappointment it was still hidden by some haze on the ...
... you can't get a good sense of the city. By the end of the day I must have wasted nearly 4 hours walking around just because I was lost. Honestly I think I'll just stick to the subway system from now on, it's a fairly complex system too but at least it only has one consistent map and there is some logic to its organization!
After some mindless searching and a quick visit through Sensoji Temple (apparently one of Tokyo's most famous temples), I found ...
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