Ryugujo Hotel Mikazuki

1 Kitahamacho, Kisarazu, Chiba, Kanto, 292-0006, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1 Kitahamacho, Kisarazu.
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    Travel Blogs from Kisarazu

    Tokyo Japan leg 3

    A travel blog entry by kareng.briannab on Jul 02, 2014

    5 photos

    ... are legendary warriors and perhaps the most well-know class of people in ancient Japan . They were noble fighters that fought evil (and each other) with their swords and frightening armor, following a strict moral code that governed their entire ...

    Kappabashi Dori - Kitchenware Town

    A travel blog entry by tea-knee on Apr 18, 2014

    1 comment, 41 photos

    ... Attractions there?

    Well, the name says it all - kitchenware town.

    All the shops there sells everything (I mean everything!!) related to food, restaurants & kitchen.

    It's very convenient, one place with every kitchenware stuffs that you need, so many things that you can choose.... just bring your cash - most of the shops accept cash only. Kaching!!

    Since there are so many ...

    First stop Tokyo (January 12-14)

    A travel blog entry by lizg65 on Jan 13, 2014

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... holiday - Coming of Age day - look it up, so it was quite busy) I was being picked up at 4pm by an old Rogers colleague (and reunited friend) who now lives here with his family. He and his wife Akiko hosted me for dinner. It was so nice to meet his family. Akiko made a lovely dinner with rice, a meatball dish, homemade gyoza and miso soup. Bill made cheesecake for dessert. I had not seen Bill for about 18 yrs. he was my first ...

    To Tokyo, Greeted by rain

    A travel blog entry by johnnym on Sep 03, 2013

    7 photos

    ... to use a card, rather than gimme. Truly, Helsinki Andy's advice to translate with added politeness has come in handy. I was early, waited, went through a second lot of baggage security and checked in. Nice unconventional routine to keep me on my toes. Once through passport control I realised I was relieved-I'd wondered whether I'd be quizzed over my lack of visa registration. It's something you're supposed to do if you're in one place for 7days or more, so ...

    Turning Japanese, I really think so!

    A travel blog entry by magsandsi on Apr 13, 2013

    3 comments, 36 photos

    ... group is the Koreans at 0.5% followed by the Chinese at 0.4%.

    Taking a ride on a crammed commuter subway train at rush hour is one of Japan's classic 'must do's'. Everyone wearing dark coloured suits staring at a smart phone or standing swaying to the rocking of the cars, maybe asleep or just meditating. No-one makes a single sound or catches anyone's eye. Somehow everyone's space (as tiny as that is when you're travelling into central Tokyo) is ...