Super Hotel Yokohama Kannai

Address: 195-1 Nakaku Yamashitacho, Yokohama, Kanagawa, Kanto, 231-0023, Japan | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the 横浜中華街 area of Yokohama, is near Yokohama Chinatown, Big Wharf (Osanbashi Pier ), Harbor View Park, and Kanteibyo (Kuan Ti Miao Temple).
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      A travel blog entry by kalila.bolton on Aug 29, 2014

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      ... one of the fastest elevators in the world (45km/h!). We went to the viewing platform on the 69th floor and taken aback by the panoramic views, with city as far as you can see. The weather wasn`t quite clear enough to see Mount Fuji, however, we could see the adjacent mountain range in the background as well as the skyscrapers in Tokyo. From up high you can really appreciate how denslely populated Yokohama and Tokyo are; with ...

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      A travel blog entry by vietnamtrip on Dec 14, 2013

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      ... ago and is the equivalent of the Statue of Liberty. The engineering required to make it almost a thousand years ago is phenomenal and shows how skilled the craftsmen were back then. Our guide told us to make it today would cost about 600 million dollars. After walking through the most beautifully manicured grounds, we went out to a restaurant and had okonomiyaki. This is the equivalent of ...

      Exploring Tokyo

      A travel blog entry by henribastien on Jun 09, 2013

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      ... and most of them were empty. In addition they all charge a cover ranging from 500 yen to 1000 yen to enter (that's 5$ to 10$). That doesn't include your first drink. So since I didn't fancy paying 15$ total for a beer I just strolled through and went to my hotel (after getting lost of course) and quickly collapsed in my bed.

      Tomorrow (or rather today) I'm headed to the Tsukiji fish market and after that Asakusa, the old part of Tokyo. I'm excited to see how different it will be.
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      Garden of Many Delights

      A travel blog entry by sueanddale on Jun 05, 2013

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      ... to some incredible structures that were moved here from other parts of Japan, including a large pagoda, summehouses, tearooms, etc., some as much as 700-800 years old. I wish we would have had a bit more time to get to all of them, but it was late in the day, and we got away from the hotel about 40 minutes late in the morning. (People who just can't seem to get themselves going on time just don't seem to realize that their delay affects ...

      Museum, maids and moments in heaven

      A travel blog entry by gothgoes on Dec 22, 2012

      ... photo! Posed with and signed by your favourite maid-o

      The whole affair is cute, ridiculous and incredibly Japanese. Every part of the process is performed with a game, a song or a magic trick from the overly excited otaku girls. A bespectacled nerd girl sings a song to ...