Star Hotel Yokohama

11 Yamashitacho, Naka-ku, Yokohama, Kanagawa, Kanto, 231-0023, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Kannai area of Yokohama, is near Yokohama Chinatown, Yamashita Park, Big Wharf (Osanbashi Pier ), and Harbor View Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Yokohama

    Walking tour of Yokohama Bay area

    A travel blog entry by alreadypacked on Jul 23, 2013

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    ... website and had to show the pictures to the attendant before he understood what I was asking for. We spent a little bit of time using the foot bath on the roof, but it was too hot to enjoy it so we didn't stay very long.

    Next we went to the Pacifico Convention Center to view the woolly mammoth exhibit, Yuka. We had identified the convention center as we looked out our hotel window ...

    Exploring Tokyo

    A travel blog entry by henribastien on Jun 09, 2013

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    ... the best way for ME to remember. So when I come back and you ask me how was my trip, I can look at my notes ;)

    So as I was saying, my day yesterday started slowly, at 8:30 I headed out for breakfast, which by the way, heading out is no simple feat. I have to take an elevator down 3 floors, then walk through a hall way too low for me (see the pattern that Japan wasn't designed for people 6 foot tall) and take another elevator to the first floor. I quickly found a ...

    Shoppin' shoppin shoppin shoppin DISNEY!

    A travel blog entry by timandnomes on Mar 20, 2013

    82 photos

    ... it back to the church just in time for the evening service but found ourselves completely confused when there was a notice in Japanese on the locked front door that we had not even an inkling of what it said so went for a wander around it to try and get in. Neither of us have been in a country that use a completely different alphabet to the one we use and became aware how hard it is to even try and work out what signs might mean. I guess it makes it all the more fun exploring ...

    Disneyland Tokyo

    A travel blog entry by tripleb on Jan 03, 2013

    27 photos

    ... for each ride except the Country Bears. We didn't wear our coats and the wind made it seem really cold so we would leave one store and go to another to take advantage of the warm air inside. We stayed to see Dream Lights their night time parade and the fireworks. Brent enjoyed lots of Engrish (English words on clothes/products that have been translated incorrectly so it doesn't make sense and it is funny) ...

    Tokyo-Edo Museum, Shinjuku, Shibuya

    A travel blog entry by kpfchu on Jun 30, 2012

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    ... of a free English guided service which made the visit a lot more meaningful. Our guide's name was Keiko and she spoke excellent English. Very impressive for a local Japanese who had learnt her English entirely in Japan. We probably spent more than two hours walking around the museum and were already feeling a bit tired, but we pushed on to our next stop (Shinjuku) in an effort not to waste time.
    We took the metro and arrived at the ...