Kazo Daiichi Hotel

Address: 2-9-11 Chuo, Kazo, Saitama Prefecture, Kanto, 347-0055, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 2-9-11 Chuo, Kazo.
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Travel Blogs from Kazo

All day/night marathon: Tokyo Part 1

A travel blog entry by dweinstein on Oct 15, 2015

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... br>
Day 1 and 2:

I took the bus back from Fuji to Shinjuku station, then the JR line (they have competing subway/train lines in Tokyo making it a little more complicated), to where my hostel was in Ryogoku (right next to where the big Sumo stadium was, but unfortunately, no matches were going on when I was there). I got pretty lost trying to get to the hostel but eventually found the way through some pretty parks. When I got ...

Happiest Place On Earth?

A travel blog entry by tanya.justus on Sep 04, 2015

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... that are wandering around. We saw so many, but could hardly get near them due to the number of people. I did manage to meet Thumper and Jiminy Cricket. The only downside to the park is the food (standard overpriced theme park junk) but they do have popcorn stands with amazing fresh popcorn in different flavours including curry and soy sauce (which we didn't try!) There were two parades - one during the day and an electric lights parade at night which ...

Top of the World- Bart. Thomas

A travel blog entry by tcu on May 26, 2015

... sun had already set, Elaina and I preceded to finish the last activity on our checklist - karaoke.
There are several karaoke places near our hotel, but Big Echo was the one we headed to. It was expensive, but the ginger mojitos were good (especially since I usually dislike the taste of alcohol), the company was nice, and the song choices went through decades and several languages. Elaina and I sang everything from ...

First Tastes of Japan

A travel blog entry by mark.and.amaris on Apr 15, 2015

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... cards, comic books and anime videos. And finally to top it all off there were these things called maid cafes, which are Japanese girls dressed up in school girl outfits or something like that and they serve you coffee, massages, or food and they are all standing out in the street asking you to come into their establishments. Like I said guy heaven :? While we were walking around the cast of Super Mario Kart drove past! That was super cool J a group of people all dressed up like the ...

ハッピーバースデー 日本! (happy birthday, Japan!)

A travel blog entry by sechiria on Feb 11, 2015

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Got the day off from school today, since it's apparently "Japans birthday"... At least according to Andreas. One thing I've noticed about Japan is that their celebrations seldomly contain very religious matters. They celebrate Japans birthday, the Emperor´s birthday, the coming-of-age day... and none of those are religious. However, Setsobun is a shinto-religious holiday but not a holiday in the meaning that you get the day off. Yes,they celebrate Christmas, but in their ...

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