Motona Beach Hotel

Address: 442 Motona , Kyonan-machi, Awa-gun, Chiba Prefecture, Kanto, 299-1901, Japan | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 442 Motona , Kyonan-machi, is near Tonegawa River.
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Travel Blogs from Kyonan-machi

Around Tokyo: Zushi, Kamakura and Enoshima

A travel blog entry by seb-zazu1993 on Jul 23, 2013

... why it was called overdeveloped: a couple of ugly, seaside hotels jut out from the side of the rock and spoil the view from the mainland. However as you get closer, you'll notice a steep road in between the two monstrosities that passes under a beautiful, red lacquered Tori gate and heads up to the top of the island. There, you are awarded with a gorgeous view of the coast. Though the oodles of couples all dotted all over the place spoiled it a bit. It seems there's no escaping ...

Throwing pots!

A travel blog entry by mark820 on Nov 30, 2009

3 comments, 29 photos

... Toshi and went to the onsen for a soak in the hot spring pools, inside and out, the girls called and asked if they could stop by our room for me to autograph the pictures. They came up and had several for me to sign – it was so cute! They were giggly and shy as they thanked me profusely. Later in the evening, Toshi and I went out to get some snacks. When we returned, the staff had seen our car coming up the drive and were all (6 total, including the owner) ...

Yokohama with Family

A travel blog entry by schwinkle on Dec 30, 2008

1 comment, 24 photos

... as such, the children were quite open and expressive with me. Sadly (in my opinion) this expressiveness will eventually be socialized out of them as they begin to learn the social norms and etiquette of Japan (don't get me wrong - there is a lot to be admired with respect to Japanese norms but it is nice to see the kids simply be kids). But, for now they were my ...

Day 19 - Yokohama Zoorasia and Landmark Tower

A travel blog entry by apat on Sep 08, 2008

12 photos

... the spedometer redline at 750 meters per minute (I actually video'd the speedometer display on the way down). We got to the overservation deck on the 69th floor at about 6pm, which gave us around half an hour until sundown, which was perfect. This enabled us to get photos both in light, and after dark, which we didn't have the opportunity to do at the Umeda Sky building in Osaka. The Umeda ...

National Museum, Shibuya and Yokohama (2 days)

A travel blog entry by gumbylives on May 02, 2008

2 comments, 25 photos

... polite japanese acknowledgement) and boarded the train quickly. Thru the glass I could see the two guys and bowed to acknowledge my appreciation to them and they bowed back and smiled. Bowing is not a must for us westerners, but hey when in rome.....I think it will be strange to go back to Canada now and not bow and say Aaragato Gozaimus. I say it all the time here....I mean Alll the time. I got on the rapid line to Yokohama and was there in no time. Is ...