Hotel Takashima

Address: 1-28-22 Ogami, Ayase, Kanagawa Prefecture, Kanto, 252-1104, Japan | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 1-28-22 Ogami, Ayase.
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Travel Blogs from Ayase

WRAP UP Japan: Best, Worse, Fun notes and thoughts

A travel blog entry by chrisphil on Jul 17, 2015

... days, much more loose in the evening. On the other hand, they have less respect for the elderly (they don;t systematically get in the train to give their seats to elderly people unlike other places we visited), they are slightly less polite, rushed up, etc but I guess these differences are very common everywhere been capital cities and the rest of the country.

  • In Kyoto most people dress in black, grey, navy blue, white. In Tokyo, ...

  • The dispair that is shoe shopping

    A travel blog entry by sk4r4m4ng4 on May 22, 2015

    When we arrived a few a couple of days ago we asked at reception if they could arrange to buy some sumo tickets or us but they told us it was very popular this year and it was sold out.  We were a bit gutted as sumo is obviously synonymous with Japan but if we can't get in we can't get in.  I do a bit of research online and find out they keep some tickets for standing only each morning but you have to go to the ticket office which opens at 8am and ...

    Sampling Tokyo

    A travel blog entry by bwendorff on May 07, 2015

    20 photos

    ... front of you. After seeing the tight spaces to park here, it really makes sense to have it! Wish my car had something similar for when I was trying to park in downtown Philadelphia! There was even a historic car section with some neat old cars that had me remembering back to the hot rod shows I attended as a kid. Wandering out of the mall and down the Promenade, we made it to our main goal for coming to Odaiba... a full scale Gundam! This giant robot based off the ...

    Tokyo by foot

    A travel blog entry by sechiria on Mar 25, 2015

    ... kept walking - past Todai (hardest university in Japan - oh, and they had their graduation cermony just as we walked by!) past a ton of shrines, past city life and country side. Drew hurt his foot recently so he texted us and told us he was bored. We ended up in Tabata, were we stopped by at Drew´s place for dinner. This is a walking-friendly city! Today, I have nothing planned. So far. Gonna jump in the shower, dish my teacup and see what the day will ...

    Day 6, Kyoto

    A travel blog entry by whitters_steveo on Nov 18, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... which had statues of Buddhas made from the cremated remains of random Japanese people which was super cool. As we were leaving we realized "hey, we didn't climb anything" and thus discovered we were at the wrong place. Determined not to be defeated, and Stephen in charge of directions unwilling to concede, we walked on! We somehow found the right spot and enjoyed another hour or two poking about the correct temple. ...