No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
TripAdvisor Reviews Kicho Hotel Kisarazu
Travel Blogs from Kisarazu
... of the Pearl in Portland. The main alleyway can be described in one word - PINK. Every shop, sign or flier here is a shade of cotton candy. We didn't get to see many authentic Harajuku girls, but did visit a costume shop that sold wigs, petticoats, platform shoes and the many different types of frocks that come together to create the look. It was pretty amazing. We ate lunch at a small Thai restaurant where I had fried rice and Tyler had traditional pad thai. Eating ...
... so called heavy weight wrestlers began to fight and a few of the matches got very intense. The build up to each match would take about five minutes. Each wrestler would stretch and perform their little pre match rituals. They would throw salt and reach out to the Gods in different ways. The actual match itself would only last around 15 seconds if that but you could see in their faces how much force they were exerting to try and stay in the ring. I was highly impressed by their sill ...
... were riding around on random animatronic forest animals and then sharks and dinosaurs. Crazy. It's also worth going just to see the crazy decorations in the waiting area and corridors!
After the robot bar we went for our final dinner together at a sushi restaurant in the hotel. It was amazing sushi of course. After dinner, we went to check out the swanky private lounge that Tim had free access to as a result of his room choice. ...
... a final nigiri of my choice. When we got in, we were seated at the far end of the counter - the restaurant only seats 12 (hence the queues!) and there are 3 front of house chefs, assisted by a waitress and a lady who organises the mob outside! There are two tiers to the counter, on the lower of which, miso and green tea was placed along with chopsticks and a dipping bowl, whilst the top tier was topped with ginger as we awaited our first piece of sushi. When one of ...
... the areas that were wanting to get to are along the same train line, so we kept walking keeping the tracks somewhat in our sights. Before long we were at the next destination, Shibuya. Shibuya is well-known for shopping, but also for the major crossing that is called Tokyo's Times Square, and after one light change it was clear how it got the nickname. In addition to having a crosswalk around the perimeter of the intersection, they also have ...
Other places to stay in Kisarazu
2-3-9 Kazusakamatari, Kisarazu | Hotelfrom $127
1 Kitahamacho, Kisarazu | Hotelfrom $148
1-8-14 Yamato, Kisarazu | Hotelfrom $71
2-2-1 Oda, Kisarazu | Hotelfrom $126
2-2-1 Shinden, Kisarazu | Hotelfrom $69