Keio Plaza Hotel Hachioji

14-1 Asahicho, Hachioji, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 192-0083, Japan | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Hachioji

Day 7 - Tsukiji, Imperial Palace and Skytree

A travel blog entry by apat


... the man from the carriage and kindly asking him why he was so rude, so I begrudgingly let the doors shut and watch him speed away in our train carriage.

As we were stuffed onto the next train a few minutes later, no less crowded, we formed a cocoon around the girls, and Isabelle in particular, with my back to the door as more people attempted to force themselves into the carriage unsuccessfully. Around 30 minutes of hell, and 2 more train and ...

Return to Tokyo + Chocolate Milk Quest II

A travel blog entry by modernsamuraij

... foot spa area. It's and outdoor area with some small ponds that you can walk through. All over the place the floor has protruding built in rocks to give your feet some kind of massage treatment. To me it was very uncomfortable to walk on so I stuck to the smooth areas. There was also a separate area to dip your feet in where a bunch of fish would feed off the dead skin on your feet. This treatment was really weird, at first it was really ticklish as you ...

Tokyo: A city of Contrasts

A travel blog entry by mariamrodriguez


... the Tokyo Observation Tower on the 45th floor. It offered a spectacular view of the entire city. Tokyo is a tribute to modern architecture, city planning, and lots and lots of organization. I keep asking myself what is holding this island up. There are so many buildings and people everywhere and it's not sinking. Yeah, yeah, I know it was built by a volcano millions of years ago and has a huge rock base underneath it attached to the ocean floor... but still...



A travel blog entry by andyandjen


... the subway to the North end of town to visit out last sight in Kyoto. Kinkaku-ji is also known as the Temple of the Golden Pavillion. It is a traditional wooden structure that sits on a small lake. It was the retirement residence for a Shogun in the 1300's. What makes it so special is that just about the entire structure is covered with gold. It was really a spectacular sight. Afterwards we rode the subway back to the ...

Tsukiji Fish Market

A travel blog entry by al_deb_far_east


... centuries – ag shame! The Edo period began when Tokugawa Leyasu became shogun in 1603. Even then this period was marked by continuous growth but which was interrupted by natural disasters, including fires, earthquakes and floods not unlike current times. Today’s Japan Times warns of the huge devastation an earthquake in the Nankai Trough, which pretty much runs along the south east of most of Japan, will cause.

The boat trip was ...

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This 3 star hotel, located in the Hachioji Station area of Hachioji, is near Mount Takao and Tama Zoological Park.
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