Yokohama Sakuragicho Washington Hotel

1-101-1 Sakuragicho, Naka-ku, Yokohama, Kanagawa, Kanto, 231-0062, Japan | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the 野毛 area of Yokohama, is near Landmark Tower, Landmark Tower Sky Garden, Kanagawa Prefectural Museum, and Yokohama Maritime Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Yokohama

    Japan: Day 1

    A travel blog entry by elle-jordyn on Jan 29, 2014

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    We woke up early again to watch the sunrise over the port. Yokohama was beautiful! This was the most amazing sight I have ever seen. Mt. Fuji, the sunrise, JAPAN. As we sailed into port, a bunch of Japanese people were waiting for us and a group of men did a drumming ceremony for us. After that we all quickly got ready…lucky for me I stayed the first night on the ship so I did not have to bring my backpack full of clothes ...

    I'm turning Japanese I really think so!

    A travel blog entry by timandnomes on Mar 24, 2013

    72 photos

    ... but to my surprise was actually for my hair. It was a bit of a strange sensation but a pretty simple yet ingenious idea- how many people come out of the hairdressers dusting their clothes for like the next day? All you need is a quick hoover of the hair- softly and smoothly- maybe this could be the next project we could bring to the UK that will make us our millions.

    After sprucing our hair up to dapper condition we made our way to Yokohama ...

    DH Goes Sumo

    A travel blog entry by tdv95 on Sep 24, 2012

    38 photos

    ... circular ring) and push, slap, grapple, and try to throw each other. The one who forces his opponent to the ground or pushes him out of the ring is the winner.

    Many aspects of Japan's traditional culture can be seen in sumo. Rikishi (wrestlers) wear their hair in a topknot in the shape of the leaf of a ginkgo tree, which was a normal hairstyle in the Edo period. The referee, meanwhile, wears the same kind of clothes as a samurai of 600 years ...

    Last few days

    A travel blog entry by pkpieter on May 21, 2012

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    ... on. So we had an awesome training with free music and the most amazing view. We could see Tokyo from where we were training.

    And on sunday we went back to Shibuya for some training. Masaru was meeting someone (Ken-Chan) there, this person wanted to give the traceurs from Tokyo a free shirt, because they were all wearing different ones when he met them the first time. So I got a free shirt as well! Rest of the day was training in Shibuya.

    Tokyo - Day 8

    A travel blog entry by mlipnicky on Apr 27, 2012

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... which make you happy that you chose that hotel. Lan cable in the room is a must in almost every hotel in Japan. We took shower and went for a walk to get familiar with our new environment. It’s nice and quiet part but really close to a metro station which makes it perfect location. We found a noodle shop and had our dinner there. We went back to hotel and set up a plan for next day. Full of expectations we fell ...