Kawagoe Tobu Hotel
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... excited. Just going to name Some of the tempels i've done. "Kita-in Temple" - Former 'Tendaishu' Head Temple of Kanto. "Honmaru Goten" - Symbol of the Kawagoe Feudal Domain. "Toki no Kane" - Symbol of Kawagoe Still Telling Time in the Town of Koedo. "Semba Toshogu Shrine " - Historical Grounds of the Tokugawa Family (Builders of the Edo Period). "Hikawa Shrine" - Kawagoe's Village Shrine and ...
... temps soit pluvieux, je n'ai pas pu faire d'assez bonnes photos pour redonner une idée de l'atmosphère de la ville. Si vous aimez des lieux traditionnels, Kawagoe est définitivement un endroit à visiter.
En repartant, la soeur m'a notifié quelque chose de marrant, en effet pour le Japon c'est assez inhabituel. Dans la zone Edo, il y a une église.
Fin de journée, retour à la maison, pluie aussi à Takasaki, donc la soeur aînée est venue me chercher à la gare.
... number depending on the name of the street.
Here that is not the case. The whole block has a name, and in that block each building has a number.
You would think that the numbers of that block would be arranged in some kind of logical order, right? Well, technically, you are right, but only if you have access to the historical building data.
You see, every building on a block is given a number when it is built, so the lowest number on the block was the ...
... few hours trying to communicate and came home that night totally exhausted but pleased to learn more about the Japanese side of the family.
On Wednesday, we travelled to Tokyo and checked in at the fabulous Westin Tokyo, where Rhonda generously made reservations. Tokyo isn't far from Kawagoe, but after a long day of walking around, it is very nice to be able to stay right in the heart of the city and not have to take the train home. Plus the Westin was so ...
... decent and affordable hostels being thin on the ground in this city, I had opted for a "cabin", a very Japanese way of spending the night. Basically you get the two square meters you need to sleep on, with a tiny bit of luggage space, and if your lucky, a curtain or partition to separate yourself from your fellow hotel guests.
In this case, the cabin was actually pretty cosy, and included a TV (nothing but Japanese channels though), a fresh towel and pyjamas every day ...