1645 Nakayama, Inashiki, Ibaraki Prefecture, Kanto, 300-1415, Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Inashiki

Want to Relax & Chill Out!!

A travel blog entry by rods-adventures


Wow! we can all learn a something about caring for our neighbourhood environment, everywhere was tidy and organised. We had a nice small room with a futon bed. If you were a heffalump you would not fit the loo .900x.900!!!! Ceiling height 2m. Built for the older Japanese people.
Had a lovely day chilling out and being a tourist. ...

Kappabashi Dori - Kitchenware Town

A travel blog entry by tea-knee


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 ...

A day in Tokyo

A travel blog entry by suebar


... Shinjuka to visit the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Number 1 Building. We took the lift to the 45th floor where there is a 360d degree viewing gallery so that we could look out over Tokyo. We had hoped to see Mount Fuji in the distance and although we could see the surrounding foothills its summit was hidden by a large black cloud. Very disappointing. Back at the hotel in the evening we packed as we leave for the airport at 7:30 tomorrow ...

In search of Gundam

A travel blog entry by marinoni


Today was a day to take in some of busier areas of Tokyo. I was fueled up and out the door by 9. The first stop was off to Odaiba, in search of Gundam. A few stops and transfers later I was on a train/bus. This a new service, and it is pretty slick. While taking this transportation to Odaiba, I got some great sightseeing along the way. Crossing Tokyo bay, I arrived at the artificial island of Odaiba, which I believe was made around 1953. It has the Fuji TV ...

Sayonara, Becca -- A Sumidagawa Cruise

A travel blog entry by gadelle


Back when I lived in Asakusa, I would often see people lining up for the Water Bus, i.e. the boat that takes you from just opposite Asakusa Station down the Sumida River to Odaiba, but I never got on the boat myself. Last December, my friend Becca invited me and a few other friends to take the cruise with her as a farewell party, as she would soon be leaving Japan.

It was a lovely December day, with ...


This hotel, located on 1645 Nakayama, Inashiki, is near Buddha of Ushiku.
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