Okura Akademia Park Hotel

2-3-9 Kazusakamatari, Kisarazu, Chiba, Kanto, 292-0818, Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kisarazu

Gizmos and pillows

A travel blog entry by petturik


... to check the electronics superstores they have there. And when i say superstores, i mean SUPERSTORES. I ended up only visiting Yodabashi camera since it was huge and had just about everyting there is to get in electronics. From a gazillion USB, ethernet, HDMI and other cables to cameras, lenses, washing machines, gameconsoles, TV's the lot. You name it they have it. I just didn't have anymore time to visit anything else before the sumo. Got ...

Monday. On to Tokyo

A travel blog entry by skippini

... go to Disney Sea. She says yes! I figured that this would be the only day that we could do it and how crowded could it be on a Monday afternoon and night? Well, let me tell you. It was crowded! Lots of kids in school uniforms. I don't know if they just go there after school or what - but they were there! It was still fun. Our last ride was the Indiana Jones Temple of ...

Leaving Taipei and on to Tokyo

A travel blog entry by tbugs1


... Even though these were crumbed and fried, I can still taste it, smell it and worse, see the black stuff in it. I had to smother it with lemon and mayonnaise. Well, I could only handle two oysters. That was more than enough.

After dinner, we went to have a look at the Yodobashi camera shop as well as the BIC Camera shop. Didn't buy anything but had to try to find more power point adaptors. We went back to the hotel at closing time of about 9.30pm and had an early night, hence no blog.


A travel blog entry by dillardstravels


... white wedding dresses for the ceremony, then change into something more colorful for their reception.
Today we decided to check out one of the most unique districts in Tokyo, Harajuku. Harajuku is known for its colorful teen culture and unique shopping that goes along with their wacky outfits. When we left the train station we were greeted by the sight of a very unique young man. Words ...

Roppongi Hill and Chidori ga Fuchi light up

A travel blog entry by helencheung


... didn't disappoint. It was a path right by a river on the northern part of the Imperial Palace. It wasn't crowded and most trees still had lots of blossoms although some were blown by the string wind earlier. Across the river were mountains of Sakura and in the far corner we could see the city skyline. Absolutely magical. I could imagine its beauty in the day. Really looking forward to Kyoto tomorrow. More cherry ...


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