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

Day 4

A travel blog entry by mangkleto on Jul 23, 2015

25 photos

Another Sarah's scheduled stop. A half an hour ride by train to Tokyo Disney. The weather here in Japan at this time of the year is hot and humid. So far we only felt the hight temp. on our first day ...

Photo Card Pointing

A travel blog entry by lijiri on May 20, 2015

16 photos

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

We're travelling back to Tokyo today as on Monday we fly to San Francisco. The journey is about an hour on the mountain trains and bullet train. A luggage service will transport the suitcases to the main station so we could spend some time enjoying the mountains. After breakfast Nia loved feeding the hotel koi carp - at point point we were soaked by them literally jumping over each other to try and eat the food. We were sad to leave the hotel Fujiya as we enjoyed it ...

Tokyo: Asakusa & Skytree tower

A travel blog entry by helcanen on Nov 18, 2014

30 photos

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 ...