Hotel The Grand Court Tsunishi

Address: 345-4 Komei-cho, Tsu, Mie, Kinki, 514-0006 , Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 345-4 Komei-cho, Tsu.
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    Travel Blogs from Tsu

    Japanese GP at Suzuka

    A travel blog entry by cris_farrar on Sep 26, 2015

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    Our mission today was to get to Suzuka, pick up our tickets and enjoy the event. The Japanese are good. Once we got to Tsu they had officials there selling tickets so didn't have to negotiate machine for a local ticket. We just LOVE the train staff here. They are so helpful and we certainly need it. Arrived at Suzuka and just followed the crowd. It was starting to get hot. We had to do some serious walking to get to the ticket office to pick up our tickets for ...

    Nara to Ise

    A travel blog entry by cris_farrar on Sep 25, 2015

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    We spent the night at Ryokan Seikanso. So peaceful, quiet and traditional. Woke up to rain however it did clear. Left Nara 11'ish. Unfortunately the boys didn't believe me when I said we had to get off the train and change lines and that's where our adventure started. We ended up arriving at Ise an hour later than we should have however we met lots of wonderful Japanese rail officers and all were ...

    So what of Tokyo?

    A travel blog entry by elaineeustace on Mar 11, 2015

    ... freshly ground bean; the multi-storey roads and railways; skyscrapers in earthquake zones that don't fall down; driverless trains everywhere; robotics in daily life and not forgetting the loos that do everything. Their heart is in technology not art. So what an absorbing and interesting 3 days. We were extremely well looked after in every way, the food was beyond good, the people fascinating, the sights sometimes extraordinary. And the sight of Mount Fuji is up there with all the ...

    Kyoto and Iga-Ueno

    A travel blog entry by joca92 on Oct 31, 2014

    19 photos

    ... for travelling around a big city like Kyoto. Once in Iga-Ueno it soon became clear that their self identity as a town revolved almost entirely around their ninja heritage(mainly because of the tourism income I imagine). There were ninjas everywhere! The museum itself began with a demonstration of some of the technologies of espionage used within the house, such as hidden tunnels for quick exit, revolving walls and hidden viewing points. Then it led ...

    Japan, land of crazyness I love it

    A travel blog entry by seebaluck on Dec 06, 2006

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    ... local speciality. "Yodofu" This is also recommeded in the lonely planet. Basically it turned out to be tofu in water. Drab and devoid of any flavour. What was even worst was we had to make it ourselves!! A pile of different tofu some pickled vegetables which were all neon purple or pink or some other non vegatable colour. There was even a pudding which looked good at first. A stick of vanilla fudge with chocolate on top ...