Sanbuso

1298 Mori, Sanmu, Chiba Prefecture, Kanto, 289-1214, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1298 Mori, Sanmu.
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Travel Blogs from Sanmu

Out With a Bang

A travel blog entry by gadelle on Aug 10, 2014

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... Ichikawa Station.

The riverbank on that side is fairly steep, and the grass was very high. We flattened it with our ground sheets, and as more and more people arrived and set up camp around us, the local insect population was forced into a mass exodus; large crickets, spiders, and grasshoppers crawled and hopped about, disoriented and confused about ...

No ticket in the wicket!

A travel blog entry by skippini on Mar 21, 2014

1 photo

... a proper ticket. Now we are struggling because every time I try to get a ticket on the Narita Express, they want to see the ticket on how I got into "wicket area" and they won't sell me a ticket. Elaine meets "Taka" who lived in Detroit for 5 years. He tries to explain our situation and finally gets us the tickets. He is a tremendous help, gets us reserved seats and even walks us to our platform. $87 later we are there! Yay, ...

Tokyo Disney Sea

A travel blog entry by mikeandharmony on Apr 16, 2012

6 comments, 22 photos

... in these parks because, during the busier times, most attractions have 3-4 hour waits because of the large number of people. Remember, Tokyo Disneyland is only a 30 minute train ride from the most densely populated city on the planet. We decided we too would move somewhat quickly to ensure we rode the two biggest rides in the park that day. We later found it wasn’t an overly busy day and all waits were always under 1 hour. Our waits ...

Disney with a Twist

A travel blog entry by mlcsophie on Apr 02, 2012

1 comment, 4 photos

... s was $66.00. These tickets would give us access to all rides for one day.

When we first stepped into Tokyo Disneyland, we were overwhelmed by how big and busy it was. Luckily we had a map! According to the map there were seven worlds. World Bazaar, Adventureland, Fantasyland, Tommorowland, Westernland and two smaller worlds, Toontown and Mickey's Critter Country. The first world we stepped into was the World Bazaar. We went to the 'Main ...

Tokyo Disney and Disney Sea

A travel blog entry by baron_family on Mar 03, 2012

32 photos

... waited a long time to ride Space Mountain. Before leaving we purchased tickets for Tokyo Sea.

I though Tokyo Sea was like Sea Wold. Instead, it is a theme park centered around a port. There was a volcano instead of the Matterhorn and it was very well done. Again the crowds were very heavy and we made a mental note to come next time Monday through Thursday.

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