The Crest Hotel Tachikawa

Address: 1-12-1 Nishikicho, Tachikawa, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 190-0022, Japan | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 1-12-1 Nishikicho, Tachikawa, is near Tama Zoological Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Tachikawa

    Shop till you drop

    A travel blog entry by tbugs1 on Oct 25, 2014

    14 photos

    ... being there. There were concerts and lots of stalls selling Anime books and other products.

    I disappeared into Takashimaya and Isetan for a couple of hours. I needed to find a replacement backpack as the strap on mine was starting to pull apart. I found a Columbia one which seemed to fit the bill. I bought yet another pair of chopsticks, making it an even dozen. There was a huge Uni-Qlo shop and there was a 4-in-1 jacket for men. There ...

    After the fall

    A travel blog entry by christine.a on Sep 17, 2014

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... have since we arrived. This was just as well, as we've been putting off figuring out the laundry problem, and having a bit more time today meant we could tackle this once and for all.

    When everything is written in Japanese, you really can't be sure what it is you're buying until you open it up. I bought a bottle of what I thought was plain water only to discover that it was a soft drink. Rob bought a bottle of what he thought was milk only to discover ...

    Tokyo- A day around the city

    A travel blog entry by kayleyandy14 on Jul 15, 2014

    6 photos

    ... sushi for us, this quite obviously didn't work. Our safety net had officially failed on us at the first hurdle and we were on our own. As we have mentioned before Japanese people will do anything for you, here the woman called her friend who spoke very, very basic English and handed the phone to Andy. Happy that we had ordered a selection plate of sushi we waited, watching the chef prepare the meal for us. At this point there was another couple at a table and a man on his own ...

    Sushi and beer for breakfast

    A travel blog entry by kim.orlesky on Apr 21, 2014

    53 photos

    ... I have the opportunity to just do, as opposed to plan it all out. And most of all, as much as I like the all-inclusive vacations from time to time, I'd much rather be doing this. I want to be learning new languages one word or phrase at a time, not staying in English speaking tourist zones, or worse, not even trying the language. I want to have the fear of being lost on a subway and having faith that I will actually make it to wherever I am going, not catching a ...

    The biiiiiig city

    A travel blog entry by nataliegodliman on Nov 24, 2013

    9 photos

    ... not for girls at all. And skyscrapers literally stacked and stacked with club upon club. How does one area need so many? How would anyone ever chose?! But seeing tokyo , even this part of it, is overwhelming. The endless throngs of people, the bright neon lights, the extent of it all! Overwhelming.
    Day 2
    We hadn't formed a proper plan for today, but went to Shibuya which is famed for its magnificent crowds crossing the road. You wouldn't think such a ...