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

Shopping at Shibuya and meeting Sah!

A travel blog entry by jacintalum on Jul 03, 2015

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... then slowly made our way back to the Hachiko statue where we met up with Sarah!!! ^_^ We all went for dinner at a nice Okoniymaki restaurant, and walked a little bit for dessert at a really nice cafe on the veranda. Finally we went to a club which hosted bboy and jazzy tunes. Once again, returned to the room at 2am completely tired and exhausted, and Sarah fell straight to sleep on the floor lol! ...

The beginning of the end

A travel blog entry by sk4r4m4ng4 on May 20, 2015

6 photos

... Cain and Sean Connery. I can't phase the noise out but I just don't care any more.

We find our train and the stereotypical images you see of the Tokyo subway cramming people into trains is unfurled before us, we decide to wait for the next train in 5 minutes. The train arrives we're at the front and get on no problem despite carrying two big bags and a rucksack. Doors close, then open again and we don't move, an announcement came over the ...

Tokyo - Hato Bus Tour

A travel blog entry by jadedj on Apr 01, 2015

14 photos

... of the Sensō-ji's treasures. The first story houses two statues, three lanterns and two large sandals. It stands 22.7 metres (74 ft) tall, 21 metres (69 ft) wide, and 8 metres (26 ft) deep.

Travels in Tokyo

A travel blog entry by luciaferris on Feb 11, 2015

3 comments, 25 photos

... wooden houses and imposing temples decorated with intricate carvings and vibrant colors, not to mention the more modern buildings such as the SkyTree, an elegant building/viewing tower which stands at an impressive 634 meters (2,080 feet) tall.

Last but not least, I feel compelled to mention the Harajuku neighborhood, the most popular amongst local teenagers and the heart of the kawaii culture. The closest English translation of kawaii is cute, however that is ...

Robots, karaoke, maids and other stories...

A travel blog entry by turnernz on Oct 09, 2014

... for target location, Shibuya. There was no real game plan at this point but I was instantly amused and enlivened by the neon and noise of Shibuya, which boasts one of the busiest crossings in the world, plus a **** load of neon insanity where every advertising board is electronic and beeps and chirps at one in Japanese. I eventually found another internet place - this time a comic book club rather than a sex club, but was greeted with the same ...