Shin Matsudo Hotel

Address: 2-122 Shinmatsudo, Matsudo, Chiba, Kanto, 270-0034, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 2-122 Shinmatsudo, Matsudo, is near Akebonoyama Nogyokoen and Adachi Historical Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Matsudo

Tokyo Part I

A travel blog entry by bbnjc_europe04 on Jul 20, 2014

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After a 2hr delay to our departure in Adelaide, followed by a 9hr delay in Hong Kong due to a typhoon that had passed through their before we arrived, we finally arrived in Tokyo a day later than anticipated.

With Ghibli museum tickets booked in for that morning – and the whole month of July already booked out so no exchange possible, after 24 hours of transiting, it was a quick 10 minute drop off of our luggage at the hotel, and a race ...

Tokyo day 2: Skytree and entertainment districts

A travel blog entry by pyres on Apr 17, 2014

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... buildings, very expensive shops and restaurants as well as offices. We saw a lot of foreigners around there, as Roppongi has a large expatriate community.

From there we took a bus to Shibuya station to see the famous crossing where hundreds of people walk across a wide road in all directions simultaneously. I looked up a good location to photograph the crossing from, but it took us some ...

Azakusa, Ueno, Rippongi

A travel blog entry by slynne on Nov 14, 2013

... rest of the markets. We then separated and I went to the temple to have a look around. Walked back towards the station, went to Ueno (around 3). Ate lotteria burger (with pasta in it, yum) and wedges (too much food) Walked to the park, shrines, temples. Saw the national museum from afar. Watched an blowing bubbles for kids. Balloon man with love heart shaved on his head in pink. Walked around the lake. Got to Ueno- station, got on train to meet Debbie and David at Rippongi ...


A travel blog entry by dillardstravels on Jul 10, 2013

1 comment, 79 photos

... eat noodles for lunch. When eating your noodles you never cut them or bite them to fit them into your mouth. Since noodles are long, they symbolize longevity. You would never want to bit the noodle to make it shorter. Instead, you slurp your noodles. It is normal, even expected, to slurp noodles. In China we were told it is a compliment to the cook to slurp. Besides being practical (since you don't want to bite them), it is a way to show how much you are enjoying ...

Our first day

A travel blog entry by lizandivan on Jan 25, 2013

1 comment, 2 photos

Great flight, arrived 30 mins early. Very smooth process to exchange voucher for train tickets and get the limousine coach into Tokyo. Hotel fine; near to loads of restaurants and stations. Been up the Tokyo version of council offices to view the city by night from ...

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