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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    ... functioned. I couldn't eavesdrop on any of those high-pitched, fast conversations that made people laugh. I understood little, but I didn't feel alienated because they were so used to catering to tourists. Japan is a very organized, clean country. I might have seen three homeless people. Everyone had a place to be and knew where they were going. I appreciated the sense of structure, but I felt as if I might be annoyed with it all after a while. If something seems ...

    Breaking the Fear Again!

    A travel blog entry by rnvatraveler on Feb 05, 2013

    I woke up extremely late today, but I needed the sleep. I was supposed to meet up with Derek but couldn't get a hold of him. I decided to go do something productive, I went to the Skytree Tokyo Tower. It is the tallest structure in Tokyo. I waited in the line, it moved fairly quickly, I had taken the MRT and had to transfer without a problem. I went to the SkyTree Tower and went to the 350th ...

    I only wanted a coat

    A travel blog entry by dubzy on Dec 18, 2011

    ... that most of the Japanese bars charge a cover fee for entry, I had a wander round trying to find a British or Irish bar, which turned out to be nearly imossible. Couple that with trying to avoid the multitude of Japanese and *****ian touts trying to lure me into the 'upstairs bars' and after an hour I was ready to give up and return to my hostel.

    As I tried to find my way back onto the main ...

    A rest day

    A travel blog entry by discovereatplay on Jun 21, 2011

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    On Tuesday we had a bit of a rest day (translation: I slept in).I had my first exploration on my own in the afternoon - a hunt for Starbucks. I at least learned my way around Shinjuku station and the Luminare department store (which I recommend). I gained a further appreciation for the challenge of not being able to read signs etc.

    After some more exploration of ...

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