Address: 14-1 Kasama, Kasama, Ibaraki Prefecture, Kanto, 309-1611, Japan | Hotel
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    Chapter Twenty Five

    A travel blog entry by luggagesbitch on Jun 05, 2015

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    6:00 am wake up again. I've realized I'm a glutton for punishment. I thought I'd be Superman today and go to the remote regions of both Motegi and Mt. Fuji today. They are five hours apart and I was starting off in Tokyo. Which is three and a half hours away from Motegi. I failed miserably. My commute to the Twin Ring Motegi was going smoothly until about 7:45 am. I had gone two stops NW instead of NE at the split at Omiya. I had hopped on a train the was a couple of ...

    Tsukuba Circuit & The Hyper Meeting!

    A travel blog entry by daylee-pikachu on Apr 12, 2015

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    ... were vendors set up everywhere - similar to Formula D in the States, but with way better vendors - they weren't just t-shirt and car club booths - they were actually tuning companies (Greddy, Blitz, Rays, Tomei, STI, oh my!) Again, it took us a while to get to the stands as we were looking at all the fancy car parts.

    Everyone was clearly very interested in where we came from as quite a few people approached us to ask! When we were at ...

    Yokohama/Tsukuba Travel Day

    A travel blog entry by daylee-pikachu on Apr 11, 2015

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    We dropped off our Hachiroku rental car in the morning and left Yokohama to head to Tsukuba. The train wasn't one of the usual JR trains (no forward facing seats, no reservations, quite a bit smaller) as Tsukuba isn't quite as popular as the other cities - it's got a population of 215,000 opposed to Tokyo's 13.5 million. As it turns out, that means there isn't a whole lot to see in Tsukuba, so we hung out in the local mall until it was time to check into ...

    East Japan Railway Museum

    A travel blog entry by tbugs1 on Sep 29, 2014

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    ... larger than the one at Railway Village yesterday. It was certainly very impressive. I guess every train enthusiast would like to have one in his/her backyard. It's a pity again that it was all in Japanese and we couldn't understand a word of it.

    The official unveiling of the first shinkansen service was on the 1st of October, 1964, in time for the Tokyo Olympics. The trial runs had been ongoing for at least a year prior to ...


    A travel blog entry by lucieandiuri on Aug 15, 2013

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    Going back to Oyama and seeing Alberto and his wonderful family was something we really looked forward to and the action was there!
    We kicked off the night with one of Iracy's amazing dinner and left the next morning at 5am for a 24hours beach marathon. Drove 80km to get there and spent the whole day and night at the beach. It was so much fun, the water was warm, the sun shining, the heat intense.
    Today we are just taking it easy with lots of siesta time and catching ...