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

Get up at three in the morning

A travel blog entry by sarahvermazen on Jan 03, 2015

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Last night we slept under a computer desk at the sleeping café nearby the fish Market to be in time for the auction. We got up at three and walked to the auction. As a true Japanese I wore the mouth mask together with Miki because we both catched a cold. They use the mask to prevent others to become sick too and to protect themselves from becoming sick. You see it ...

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. ...

Bits and pieces from Tokyo

A travel blog entry by astrix7 on Aug 31, 2014

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I am so over Tokyo. Went for a walk in the rain with an umbrella today in a direction I don't normally take, and less than a kilometer from the place I've been staying there is a bloody big supermarket and a MacDonalds. I have been chasing all over Tokyo and spending a fortune on subway tickets, without much success, to try and find what was around the corner all the time. There has to be a big lesson in that ...

Kappabashi Dori - Kitchenware Town

A travel blog entry by tea-knee on Apr 18, 2014

1 comment, 41 photos

How to go there?

I took subway Ginza line - from Ueno eki about 170Yen, to Tamarawachi eki, about 3 minutes only.

After come out from the exit, there's a map and a signboard showing which way to go to the Kappabashi Dori.

Walk about 5-6 minutes, then on the opposite side of the road, look up and find a big chef's head and a unique cup & saucer balconies.

You ...

Last day in Japan

A travel blog entry by kayteroo on Mar 28, 2013

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On our last day we decided to go check out one of the most popular and oldest temples in Asakusa, SensoJi. Most places we had been to while in Tokyo had been busy but not with tourists. We realised this was because everyone was at Asakusa. There were people everywhere!!!!

Before you get to the shrine there are lots of stalls selling chopsticks and food and mass produced Japanese souvenirs. We tried some of the ...