Komaki City Hotel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Komaki
... port area to show me where everything was, and pictures too, and told me loads more about the sport fishing area, golf course and container port, none of which I understood. The weather had brightened, at least, so the wind that kicked up was only blowing odd bits of sand at me, not rain and everything else. I followed a tsunami exit route to find the subway and head back into town, feeling I'd had a day by the seaside, though the only beach is a long way ...
... my upcoming journey-"and you get to travel on the Shinkansen!" He was right to emphasise it, it's a fabulous way to travel. So I did. The standard tickets had sold out, so I'd paid an extra ¥1000 for the green car-sort of like first class-which was very roomy and very empty, only two other people in it. The train fair whizzes along, and this is the older kodama version which I think must be slower as well as multi-stopping, judging by the extra time it ...
... fed and full, it was now time to see how the old meets the new. The streets we were now walking on had an Apple store, Old Navy, Gucci, Starbucks, etc. Popping in and out of a few stores, tiredness was setting in. Back to Yuki's for a shower and fresh clothes. We went out for dinner, where seafood pancake was the restaurants main dish. Another great meal, and another day in the books. Mt. Fuji area is the plan for the next few ...
... we went to a local BBQ restaurant. Yuki took care of the ordering and shortly after a plate of chicken wings was on our table. Very tasty, with a salt and pepper like flavour. After it was off to a 100 yen store, which is like a better version of our dollar stores. With Halloween not far away, there was lots of Halloween stuff to buy. Surprisingly I didn't see any Halloween candy. By some goodies at the grocery store, than back to Yuki's and relax for the rest of the ...
I've never been to a Puritan church service. If I had to take a guess, though, I would assume that it is very much like an airplane ride from Detroit to Nagoya Airport in Japan. You sit still for 13 hours in a modernly unnatural posture next to someone who is unreasonably excited to be there and bide your time by listening to things that you only passively care about and by desperately trying to find words of substance within the random instruction and ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Komaki City Hotel
Other places to stay in Komaki
1-260 Chuo, Komaki | Hotelfrom $70
127 Akebono-cho, Komaki | Hotelfrom $65
730 Kitatoyama, Komaki | Hotelfrom $57
2-33 Shin-koki, Komaki | 4 star hotelfrom $67
3-287 Oji, Komaki | Hotelfrom $38