Odawara Terminal Hotel

Address: 2-4-3 Sakaecho, Odawara, Kanagawa Prefecture, Kanto, 250-0011, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 2-4-3 Sakaecho, Odawara, is near Hakone Ropeway, Hakone Open-Air Museum, and GeSpa.
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    A travel blog entry by xriricchi on May 16, 2014

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    I'm now at the sushi place, and it's SO COOL. Like it's one with a band, with plates on it and you just grab the one you want. So awesome. And then, if you're done you slide it down a weird thing and with every 5 plates, there's a animation playing and if you're lucky, you'll get a prize! I also got ice cream. Yummy. It has like chocolate, chocolate chips, chocolate sauce and banana. Oh, and a cookie, but that wasn't really ...

    Chilling in the lounge.

    A travel blog entry by xriricchi on May 11, 2014

    ... I could go to the Family Mart though and get some kind of sandwich, but that'd mean I'd have to walk like 10 minutes in the dark and I can't say that I'm really fond of doing that. Not because I think it's dangerous around here, but I just don't like to be outside while it's pitch ...

    Beautiful Hakone

    A travel blog entry by hazel_81 on May 25, 2013

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    ... boat ride across Ashino-Ko Lake in a galleon type affair which was pretty good fun. I think it took a few hours altogether but I managed to cram it all in so was pleased I went. It was good to have a day out of the city and see some of real Japan. Hakone was a really cute little town so after catching the bus back I had a wander round the row of shops there and treated myself to an ice cream as you do! I then ...


    A travel blog entry by bellethorpe on Jan 14, 2012

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    ... were performed together with sacred dancing and dramas within the precincts of the shrines.

    During the Nara Period (the 8th century) sumo was introduced into the ceremonies of the Imperial Court. A wrestling festival was held annually which included music and dancing in which the victorious wrestlers participated. Early sumo was a rough-and-tumble affair combining elements of boxing and wrestling with few or no holds being ...

    How appropriate

    A travel blog entry by odevened on Sep 12, 2011

    These days, the mere mention of possible tax increases will drive some folks bananas, especially those who believe the ultra rich should under no circumstances have to pay more.

    Which is why a quick glance at my Japanese phrase book today caught me in a moment of ...

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