Address: 1645 Nakayama, Inashiki, Ibaraki Prefecture, Kanto, 300-1415, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1645 Nakayama, Inashiki, is near Buddha of Ushiku.
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Travel Blogs from Inashiki

Bright Night

A travel blog entry by gadelle on Aug 10, 2015

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Happy 9th Japaniversary to me!

Today marks the end of my ninth year in Japan. I've done nothing special to celebrate today, except buy some ice cream to eat later, but just in case any of you are in the market for firework pictures, I've got you covered!

This was my third fireworks show this ...

Disneyland - Saiko

A travel blog entry by lijiri on May 21, 2015

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... than expected. But in all, blingual signage and a general sense of forward movement kept it low key and enjoyable. Before we know it, we're cruising past the seaside and are pulling into Maihama. We are disoriented by the Ipskiairi? Ikstpiti? Ispikri -- sign and are about to trek to our hotel via monorail, but luckily, Anna wisely suggests we ask at the Welcome Center -- we are able to check in downstairs, learn of our "Fu-ree Upu-gurado", ...

Photo Card Pointing

A travel blog entry by lijiri on May 20, 2015

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Asakusa caters to many tourists, so the widespread use of photo cards is one clever way that they deal with potential language barriers. The kindly ryokan gents in happi coats use their very smooth-toned English to ask would you like the Japanese style or Western style breakfast pointing to photos of each -- no need for words in response, just point. At the McDonalds' (we wanted to compare) perky attendants chirp an octave higher and ...

Back to Tokyo

A travel blog entry by haddons on Apr 25, 2015

1 comment, 10 photos

... with a good skyline view of the sky tower, the tallest building in Tokyo. We have a kettle that plays a tune once it's boiled and a super complicated toilet - it has so many bells and whistles we could not work out how to flush it so housekeeping had to come to give us a lesson. The Japanese love their hi-tech toilets - music, washes, heated seats and flushing music are all part of the package but there is s bewildering variety of them. It's a hi-tech loo or at the ...

Tokyo: Asakusa & Skytree tower

A travel blog entry by helcanen on Nov 18, 2014

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Stopping at Ueno, and before to catch the metro Ginza line I stopped in the toilet.
Ok, toilets are nit interesting point, but in Japan there is always something catching our attention.
There was a flower bouquet hanged at each door.

I've already been to Asakusa more than once, but here I shoot the day and returned later to shoot quickly during night.
Asakusa is really the tourist trap concerning shops selling souvenirs. ...