Sala Inagekaigan Hotel

Address: 3-20-40 Takasu Mihama-ku, Chiba, Chiba, Kanto, 261-0004, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 3-20-40 Takasu Mihama-ku, Chiba.
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Travel Blogs from Chiba

It's not jetlag, I'm just forgetful...

A travel blog entry by astrix7 on Apr 17, 2014

3 comments, 14 photos

It worked out that a 3 hour time difference meant I woke up my first morning in Chiba at 4am (my body thought it was 7am. especially since the sky got light at about 4.30).This waking up early gives me time to write this blog before my host Emma gets up at 7am and I can start making noise. No jet lag at all, but I did take 4 or 5 homeopathic no jetlag tablets from Kathmandu during the flight. It is great staying with someone who speaks English and is open, helpful ...

Tokyo and Hiroshima

A travel blog entry by tem on Feb 13, 2014

24 photos

Hey,
How time flies! Tokyo and Japan is in my memories, but while writing this I'm already sitting at home and working in my second job.
After historical Kyoto I moved north to Tokyo and enjoed this interesting city. I'm still fascinated of the Science Museum, have terrifying memories of the roller coasters in Fuji-Q park and remember many encounters with locals in shops, restaurants and subway.

In a documentary about Tokyo ...

Touring Tokyo, Finding Fuji

A travel blog entry by pugetview on Aug 30, 2013

21 photos

... dormitory style, with each person allocated a sleeping space about 24 inches wide. The only bathroom in the entire place was---once you had climbed over the person next to you and down the ladder to the floor---down two flights of stairs, and outside. Our hut was at about 11,000 feet and usually we would want to be drinking a lot of water at that altitude, but with the bathroom situation what it was, we did not want to have to get up in the middle of ...

Kimonos at the Edo Museum

A travel blog entry by orcasinjapan on Apr 07, 2013

1 photo

... I learned that it was fashionable for high-ranking court ladies to blacken their teeth. -Brigid While the beautifully designed kimono were worn for special occasions, ladies of the court dressed less formally for everyday chores. There is some information on this web site about the informal clothing of the time: http://kimonohistory.fuyuya.com/costume ...

Public Shaming

A travel blog entry by gaijingina on Sep 13, 2012

... a tramp ******* into a cup without a second glance.

I have seen some sort of exhibitionist pervert gyrating around at the four way crossing in Shibuya, with a cell phone over his ****** doing a sort of sexy ELvis Presley style dance in rush hour.

I think I was the only person who stopped to stare in disbelief.

In these instances, no harm was done, but I have also seen a sadder sad on this head-in-the-sand culture.

When a ...