Narita Higashiya Hotel

Address: 92-4 Azumacho, Narita, Chiba, Kanto, 286-0025 , Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 92-4 Azumacho, Narita.
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Travel Blogs from Narita

A day out in Japan

A travel blog entry by keggs on Feb 01, 2015

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... buildings. This is obviously a heritage area which sees lots of tourists.

I'd say that the Narita-san Shinsho Temple is well worth a visit. I was surprised to find such an attraction so close to the airport. The immediately behind the temple, surly makes you feel that you are in Japan. There are pools of coy carp, bansai trees and some quite ancient (and newer) ...

Worse than a soiled handkerchief

A travel blog entry by garyclifton on Oct 12, 2014

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... the train, in queues.... Right now at breakfast at the table two from me. There's no escaping that disgusting rattle, the deep booming snort as the afflicted inhales the overrun of snot back from their throat and into their already full oyster-factory. And who serves a raw egg for ...

Narita

A travel blog entry by migs-nz on Jul 04, 2014

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... right way. As we got a little further into town we noticed there happened to be a festival on! We struck the right weekend so had fun looking at the Main Street of town full of people and market/ fair stalls. Many were dressed in traditional costume and we even saw one of the competing floats. Apparently it is an annual event ...

Officially Day 1

A travel blog entry by drhedgietravels on Jun 12, 2014

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... was really hungry). Liana, Carlene, Paloma and I all talked about our personal problems.
Our teacher/mentor Joanne told us to try the squat toilets, it's just like peeing in the woods. You also have to bring your own towel to dry your hands. We then went to the billet train and boarded. When all the crew members were done cleaning, they stood in a line and bowed as we entered. The man by the door yelled hai which means yes or ok. So we got ...

Azakusa, Ueno, Rippongi

A travel blog entry by slynne on Nov 14, 2013

... rest of the markets. We then separated and I went to the temple to have a look around. Walked back towards the station, went to Ueno (around 3). Ate lotteria burger (with pasta in it, yum) and wedges (too much food) Walked to the park, shrines, temples. Saw the national museum from afar. Watched an blowing bubbles for kids. Balloon man with love heart shaved on his head in pink. Walked around the lake. Got to Ueno- station, got on train to meet Debbie and David at Rippongi ...

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