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 day in the life

A travel blog entry by erath on Apr 29, 2015

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... Tokyo or to Yokohama, the second biggest city of Japan. However, I only go there for sightseeing and events. When I go shopping for clothing, electronics etc I go to one of the huge shopping malls in Kawasaki or Musashi-Kosugi. Both are less than 10 minutes by train. There is a second train line at about 15 minutes walking, but I only use it for specific destinations.

My own neighborhood consists of mainly low rise apartment ...

Tokyo to Kyoto by bullet train

A travel blog entry by humberwright on Jan 22, 2015

17 photos

... when we arrived. When we didn't know what we were doing we called the help button and to our surprise a girl appeared through a cupboard next to the machine. Made me and noel jump! Haha We walked from the subway to the hotel. All the streets are tiny. The cars are so different here. They are small, tall and skinny, perfect size to fit down the narrow streets. It was raining hard, Noel didn't have an umbrella and I'd acquired one from a toilet. We went into ...

In With a Bang

A travel blog entry by gadelle on Sep 08, 2013

48 photos

... time. It won't blow away."

"I'm very sorry, but mats are not permitted until 3 o'clock."

And so on and so forth. Finally, the officer gave us a roll of cord and some tape, so we could mark our territory. At least the grass was nice and cool, and thick enough that I wasn't worried about my yukata getting dirty or dusty. And it's not as though we followed the rule entirely: we'd brought a board game along ...

Back to the Capital

A travel blog entry by rt9812 on Jan 05, 2013

2 comments, 2 photos

... Fuji. I understand now why it is the most photographed mountain in the world. I'm sure Japan's love of cameras and photography help, but that aside, it stands alone amongst the lakes and cities in a solitary way. In a way that most other mountains don't, but then again, Fuji is smaller than most mountains, about a days hike to its summit. The mountain, snow peaked all year round, is only scalable in July and August, ...

SUMO, SUMO, SUMO!

A travel blog entry by bellethorpe on Jan 14, 2012

51 photos

... their direction. It was then that we spotted, sat just to their left, two Kimono clad Geisha in their full dress. They looked amazing and we could not believe that we had spotted them. Annabelle then disappeared to try and get a little closer but as they were in the super expensive seats she wasn’t too successful.
















As the matches came thick and fast we ...