Sunroute Tsu

Address: 3-232 Sakaemachi, Tsu, Mie, Kinki, 514-0004, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 3-232 Sakaemachi, Tsu.
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    Travel Blogs from Tsu

    Japanese GP at Suzuka

    A travel blog entry by cris_farrar on Sep 26, 2015

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    ... grandstand right opposite the pits, with a screen directly in front. Great seats. If there had been shade perfect! Only one of those and that stand VERY expensive. Saturday was practice 3 and qualifying. Dan was going great, first through all practices however finished 6th in Qualifying. Suzuka is amazing. The circuit is narrower than we expected and there are very few Europeans in the crowd. When all over a very orderly exit from the circuit and to the train ...

    Nara to Ise

    A travel blog entry by cris_farrar on Sep 25, 2015

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    ... angels. Arrived in Ise and raining. Found our guesthouse ie back packers. Ed and I later went to the Jingu temple. Really peaceful and huge. Then dinner of homemade udon noodles in a tiny "restaurant". Yummy. We are getting better at slurping. Then to a jazz festival where we met an animator on South Park for 9 years who is now in charge of the tourist bureau in Ise. Tomorrow Suzuka and more train ...

    So what of Tokyo?

    A travel blog entry by elaineeustace on Mar 11, 2015

    ... would apologise profusely. Order a coffee and it was there within a few minutes, hardly time to put the phone down. It is not a pretty city. There are buildings everywhere. There is no space to expand a road so they build a new, flyover road, on top of the original. In some places they have a motorway built over a river, following the length of it. And then a railway line on top of that. Think of a city built around endless A4 flyovers as in Brentford. And there are very few ...

    Kyoto and Iga-Ueno

    A travel blog entry by joca92 on Oct 31, 2014

    19 photos

    ... for travelling around a big city like Kyoto. Once in Iga-Ueno it soon became clear that their self identity as a town revolved almost entirely around their ninja heritage(mainly because of the tourism income I imagine). There were ninjas everywhere! The museum itself began with a demonstration of some of the technologies of espionage used within the house, such as hidden tunnels for quick exit, revolving walls and hidden viewing points. Then it led ...

    Japan, land of crazyness I love it

    A travel blog entry by seebaluck on Dec 06, 2006

    4 photos

    ... in your cupboard if you fancy experiencing it One of the surprizing aspects (for me) was the lack of folk who spoke english. Not that I insist everyone should know english but I presumed Tokyo to kinda be like Hong Kong where it was fairly western but still had traditional values/culture etc. So ordering food was becoming a bit of a challenge. Some of the meals we were getting a bit dodgy and as my Japanese isn't too great ...