Isehara Daiichi Hotel

Address: 1-11-22 Sakuradai, Isehara, Kanagawa Prefecture, Kanto, 259-1132, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1-11-22 Sakuradai, Isehara.
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    Mt Fuji

    A travel blog entry by guentherhartig on Nov 14, 2013

    ... is new to me. I guess it makes sense for such large assemblies, not sure how they track and optimize efficiencies though with this system. Just before sunset we arrived at Asigiri Square, Amada's private resort where all rooms look out over Mt. Fuji. looking forward to an early night as I'm planning to get up early to check out the amazing gardens in the ...

    "Do you want rice to tame the spice?"

    A travel blog entry by char.j.stoever on Jun 15, 2013

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    ... weekends. Men wearing aviator sunglasses sipped espressos under the shade of their umbrellas and lounged around in the middle of the massive avenue. Kate and I walked in the street. She was used to this sight. The lack of cars for miles ahead reminded me of the scene in I Am Legendwhere Will Smith zooms through a desolate Times Square in his red sports car. Tokyo knows that it is over the top, so it does what it can to create some form of stillness-even if only ...

    Wonderful New experiences in Tokyo!

    A travel blog entry by rnvatraveler on Feb 04, 2013

    ... awaiting my arrival with a sign with my name on it. He took the cart with my luggage and wouldn't let me push the cart, and we proceeded to the exit, then he went and got the van. I had a private van to the hotel. It was a very nice drive, he gave me a tour and we had a nice conversation on the hour long drive into Tokyo. I arrived into Tokyo and proceeded to the Conrad Tokyo. Amazing ...

    The importance of socks

    A travel blog entry by dubzy on Dec 16, 2011

    ... in Thailand, where a bit of a walk before each turning meant seeing a fair bit in a single trip round the block. In Shinjuku, however, there are so many side streets, many containing nothing of note (at least during the day), that I often ended up back where I started after just a few minutes, having only seen the odd vending machine down an otherwise deserted side street. iSo I decided to get a bit more adventurous.

    After a few right ...

    Starbucks, I <3 you!

    A travel blog entry by discovereatplay on Jun 16, 2011


    I soon found in Japan that one of my biggest frustrations was not being able to read. I had learnt one of the alphabets (hiragana) but most things are written in Kanji which is very hard to learn. I could go into a shop and communicate what I wanted with the few words I know but couldn't read a menu. The combination of my partner and our Japanese/English dictionary was our only hope.

    I had a need for coffee. At least one in the morning or you'd ...

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