Kamogawa Inn Hiratsuka

Address: 1-26 Akashicho, Hiratsuka, Kanagawa, Kanto, 254-0042, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1-26 Akashicho, Hiratsuka.
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Travel Blogs from Hiratsuka


A travel blog entry by pwong on Jan 01, 2014

20 photos

... Goth-loli girls abound in Harajuku, described by Lonely Planet as "Zombie Little Bo Peeps" - there are all sorts of stereotypes about the Japanese, particularly residents of Tokyo, and the idea of a neighbourhood full of girls dressed as if they are going to a Victorian-era tea party to nosh on scones with the Mad Hatter simply doesn't appeal to me. Quite frankly, it seems ludicrous that people go to such great lengths solely for the sake of being ...

St Mary's International School

A travel blog entry by anj-ikimashou on May 22, 2013

2 comments, 34 photos

... apologised for not being able to take us out to lunch but as today was his first day back from taking leave for his daughters graduation, he had to stay due to booked meetings. We went back to Asukasa to go up the Skytree, hoping to see Mt Fuji. We asked shall we see Mt Fuji and were told yes, it's bery crear today. So we waited in line....and waited....and waited...and waited! Finally we got up to the 350 metre viewing tower at 6pm and we saw.....lots of ...


A travel blog entry by bellethorpe on Jan 14, 2012

51 photos

... and only a top ranking referee was able to officiate at a bout involving a Yokozuna. We learned to determine the rank of a Gyoji by the colour of the tassel on his fan, purple or purple and white was for the top ranks, red for those corresponding to san-yaku, red and white for maku-uchi, blue and white for juryo and blue or black for the rank below.

The higher ranking referees were also very easy to spot as they wore Japanese ...

Fuji Film

A travel blog entry by emjo12 on Aug 10, 2011

1 comment, 17 photos

... endless boasting about his strength Jono began to get altitude sickness around the 7th station. This got worse at the 8th. Our mountain hut was a little too cosy with two people per futon but a good dinner was provided (although this did not stay with Jono). We discussed with the hut staff about timing our ascent for the sunrise. We think they must have underestimated our climbing prowess as we set out at 1.30AM (oxygen can in hand for jono) ...

A Tale to Inspire

A travel blog entry by odevened on Apr 05, 2011

It's my birthday, and I love stories like this one.

http://www.japantoday.com/category/nati onal/view/7-year-old-newspaper-editor-r evives-optimism-in-emergency-shelters