Richmond Hotel Narita

970 Hanazakicho, Narita, Chiba, Kanto, 286-0033, Japan | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on 970 Hanazakicho, Narita.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsRichmond Hotel Narita

    Reviewed by louannems

    I loved Richmond Hotel Narita

    Reviewed Oct 23, 2011
    by (2 reviews) Seattle , United States Flag of United States

    The front desk people were so sweet and helpful and spoke English! The hotel was very quiet and clean, and had a coin laundry on each floor.

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    Out and About in Ueno

    A travel blog entry by chameleon.saint on Oct 05, 2012

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    ... park areas :) There were so many school children around. We then went to the Tokyo National Museum.
    One of the cool parts of the Museum was iron armour from about the 4th century. It was all rusted and flaky but all in one piece still. It was impressive. There was even armour to cover a horses head, very cool.

    Then we saw some Elite Military armour that was very impressive and if I ever saw anyone dressed in this I would run :) very ...

    The Weaver and the Cowherd

    A travel blog entry by eundel on Jul 10, 2011

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    ... at the appointed time, and before I could start looking for where the parade would run, a large group of dancers crossed the street in front of me and began warming up.

    The dancers soon went down the length of the street, which was lined with tables the store owners had setup on the sidewalk. I think it was unrelated to the festival, but there was also a small flea market running in a plaza near the Ueno end of the street. Oddly enough, I had been ...

    The Quest for Old Edo Begins

    A travel blog entry by eundel on Jun 07, 2011

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    ... grouping the Japanese since there were a lot more of them.

    Primarily, the exhibits consisted of maps, paintings, scale models and a few actual-size reconstrutions of buildings and neighborhoods from the time when Tokyo was known as Edo. A few of the dioramas had moving parts, but the only one that wasn't cheezy was an exhibit on kabuki "special effects". You could watch as wheels turned to move little dolls on and off of the stage to represtent ghosts appearing ...

    Museum time - Ueno and the crazy world of Roppongi

    A travel blog entry by benno1985 on Apr 28, 2011

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    ... or so with computers from the 60s, original cars and planes that found their beginnings in Japan, and some other exhibits, it was really interesting - I recommend it if your ever in Japan.
    Like alot of places in Japan the museum had rentable lockers for 100 yen as well - so you don't need to lug your bag around the place - how convenient :)

    The roof of the museum was an intersting place too, there was a garden and tables and chairs everywhere ...

    My First Festival

    A travel blog entry by eundel on May 08, 2010

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    ... out to be somewhere between Noh and Kabuki. I'm pretty sure I saw the folk-style of the dance. It had the colorful costumes of Kabuki but the slow, deliberate movements of Noh. It was a lot like going to a ballet: people dancing-out a story I didn't know set to music I didn't understand. I haven't been to a ballet since I was young, and I remember being very bored. Either I'm just not into ballet or I've gotten more patient in my old age because I really enjoyed Kagura.

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