Keio Hachioji-ekimae Hotel

Address: 2-25-4 Myojincho, Hachioji, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 192-0046, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Hachioji Station area of Hachioji, is near Mount Takao, Sanrio Puroland, and Tama Zoological Park.
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Travel Blogs from Hachioji

Sampling Tokyo

A travel blog entry by bwendorff on May 07, 2015

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... 3-9% alcohol and with no open container laws in Japan, we were able to take them on the road. Our last stop of the night was at an Irish pub. There I had to use the restroom, but it must not be common to have female visitors or the pub had to share (not sure which) because I had to get a token from the bartender to let me into the bathroom! One more thing in a Japanese vending machine. Fred and I exhausted from our long day and Elliot needing to work in the morning had ...

Domo Arigato, We Had a Blast in Tokyo

A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Mar 29, 2015

80 photos

... up on things and making sure we had everything in line for our travels post Japan since our time was coming to an end soon. Once we had shaken the cobwebs we decided that we should venture out to a new part of town, the Shinjuku area, which we had heard was home to a lot of delicious restaurants and a fun nightlife scene. We decided we had been on such a good run with ramen restaurants that we should keep the streak going but with a little twist so we headed for a ...

Bonsai gardens, Cat Cafes & everything in between!

A travel blog entry by benandlauren on Dec 07, 2014

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... who we met and drank tea with, and he also gave me some small Bonsai books as a gift. I also bought a beautiful book in English on how to care for Bonsai and he signed it in Japanese Caligraphy. The garden not only has a big display of the most impressive trees ive seen, it also includes beautiful trickling waterfalls, a pond with huge koi fish swimming around and a lot of Japanese artifacts. I would recommend the place to anyone with ...

A Taste of Japan

A travel blog entry by paablo on Aug 29, 2014

7 photos

... in the middle of the Meiji Gardens, comprised of thousands of donated trees, were dedicated to the 112nd ruler of Japan, Emperor Meiji, and Empress Shoken, who ruled until 1912. I get the feeling that most gardens in Japan are manmade – generally well-kept and fenced off to keep out the undesirables. After wondering through the gardens and surrounds, we headed to Harajuku in search of lunch.

Walking through Harajuku, it quickly became ...

Honestly, I only got a little bit lost !

A travel blog entry by astrix7 on Apr 20, 2014

23 photos

... salmon, raw octopus, raw tuna, crabmeat , omelet, and other goodies artfully arranged on bite sized pedestals of rice. With a big glass of beer to sip between bites, it didn't take long for the plates to pile up in front of us.
We got to the point where it was impossible to eat any more, and so we pressed the button for the waitress to come and tally up the cost of the plates of food we had eaten.
I couldn't believe how much it cost, including the beer it came to the ...