NEC Seiran Kaikan
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Otsu
... views over Nara. What's more, just nearby was a shop selling soft-serve ice cream. I can tell you, either that ice cream was the best ever made or I was delusional from the heat and the climb, but it did taste good! It wasn't really lunch food but it would have to suffice. After a rest we continued on our way and lo and behold, just around the corner was a restaurant. Nothing fancy but the most delicious chicken teriyaki you could imagine. We ate a very satisfying meal for 800 ...
... from their group, and their way of carrying out their tasks has a strong sense of worry to it. There doesn't seem to be a relaxed person around, and whereas a confused Finnish person would rather feel afraid to say anything at all, a Japanese person would utter logically contradictory nonsense because of the expectation of social interaction that Finns don't have. Japanese people who are spending time together cannot have a silent moment, exactly opposite to Finns who ...
... the time). If you win you can cash in the balls and get paid on the weight. It is incredibly loud inside these halls with row upon row of machines. And as with all gaming places, all mirrors, music and no clocks. As we made our way back to the subway, along the main street, we heard a commotion on the road and soon came across a small group of protestors, we presume from their signs it was to do with CO2/ environment etc. the funny thing was that there was ...
... into the famous Bamboo Grove of Arashiyama. I am particularly fond of the mossy ground covering that covers the rocks like soft snowfall.
The bamboo grove itself is the thickest bamboo I've ever seen, it's dark and quiet and a lined path walks through ...
We took a taxi from the station to our hotel, The Kyoto Royal Park Hotel in downtown Kyoto. There are no huge high-rise buildings as in Tokyo, and the city, although fairly big, is far more vibey and quaint and almost like what we expected from old Japan. Our hotel is modern and very nice, but our room is even smaller than the Tokyo one, but very practical having a couple of washing machines and tumble driers for its guests to use.
Since we booked this trip ...
TripAdvisor Reviews NEC Seiran Kaikan Otsu
Other places to stay in Otsu
7-7 Nionohama 4-chome, Otsu | 3 star hotelfrom $77
Otsu Station, Otsu | 3 star hotelfrom $58
23-1 Kayanoura, Otsu | 5 star hotelfrom $86
2-40 Hamamachi, Otsu | Hotelfrom $126
9-21 Awazu-cho, Otsu | 3 star hotelfrom $61
Otsu Station, Otsu | Hotelfrom $73
Otsu Station, Otsu | Hotelfrom $52
1-13-11 Ogaya, Otsu | Hotelfrom $56
1-1-20 Nionohama, Otsu | Hotelfrom $84
1-9-18 Tsukinowa, Otsu | Hotelfrom $92
1-1-1 Shimosakamoto, Otsu | Hotelfrom $114
3-2-25 Nionohama, Otsu | Hotelfrom $116
2-1-28, Nagara, Otsu | Hotelfrom $70