Hotel Takashima

1-28-22 Ogami, Ayase, Kanagawa Prefecture, Kanto, 252-1104, Japan | Hotel
Prices starting from $59.00

Travel Blogs from Ayase

Art Museum Day

A travel blog entry by juliannawells


... among the art of cultures from around the world by placing similiar artifacts such as masks or religious objects from multiple nationalities in the same space together. The final room used household items and tools from different time periods and areas of the world to imitate works of modern art to demonstrate how the way an object is presented can impact the way we react to it.


A travel blog entry by michael.sandi


... dinner and then took the train to Roppongi station. The restaurant sure was hard to find and lucky we got there early.

Ryugin is a tiny restaurant with only 8 tables. Since we were early, we were taken to a waiting room with a hot towel and green tea. Ryu and Gin were the names of two owls in a Japanese fable. In the waiting room, I saw a very large owl behind a large glass and I didn't know he was real until he started flapping and then I ...

Tokyo back again

A travel blog entry by vanessaetyann


... that you wont really find a lots of restaurant with english translated menu but that is good as we want the authentic... Crossing the river you can admire some cherry blossom but also a nice fishing spot which is quite interresting (click here).

We walked a bit around trying to find a place to get dinner and not that easy with our notion of japanese... so we have to rely on pictures only... Well we found a nice sign presenting beef and ...

Day 125: Arriving ahead of schedule

A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber


... around and ended up getting a foot and calf massage for free from one of those massage chairs. Each gate in the airport has its own security check and once you were in the gate you could not leave. We couldn't figure out if it was strange or efficient.

The flight from Singapore dropped us off in Kuala Lumpur about an hour later. Supposedly there was a way for people to go if they had a connecting flight. We did not see the sings and ended up exiting ...

Parks and Intersection

A travel blog entry by char.j.stoever


... prayer. All along the shrine there were walls filled with dangling wooden blocks. People wrote down their wishes on the blocks and hung them there, so I watched while my guides wrote theirs down. I can write Japanese, but I see it more as copying pictures slowly. I was jealous of how quickly they could write those beautiful characters. Meiji Shrine was so peaceful and quiet. I would never have known I was one of the most densely populated cities in the world.


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