Toyoko Inn Tsuchiuraeki Higashiguchi

Address: 1-3-17 Minato machi, Tsuchiura, Ibaraki, Kanto, 300-0034, Japan | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 1-3-17 Minato machi, Tsuchiura.
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    Travel Blogs from Tsuchiura

    First Step in Japan.. Jejak Kaki pertama di Jepun

    A travel blog entry by nurulainy on Jan 05, 2015

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    ... than riding a bus. only sometimes the plane vibrate a liltle bit.

    Upon reaching narita airport at 7:30 we walked about 1km i think to the arrival halls( yeps walking no aerotrain). My friends who goes to bali complain about his luggage got scratch( maybe they throw his luggage too hard) but in Msia and also japan not even a liltle line of scratch.. they handle our ...

    Narita

    A travel blog entry by misocutlet on Dec 17, 2014

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    After I arrived at Narita International Airport at 23:00, I stayed overnight in a couch of the airport. On the next day, I headed for Naritasan Shinshoji Temple. The temple is famous and popular among Japanese and I was eager to go some day. When I arrived at the temple, there were only few visitors in the temple. I felt a bit uncomfortable at first, but I enjoyed strolling in their quiet garden behind the temple ...

    Slight diversion

    A travel blog entry by beauandcraig on Dec 15, 2014

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    We ended up leaving Denver almost 2.5 hours late. Impressively, we were only an hour late arriving in Tokyo. Despite having over 30 minutes to catch the next flight, United pulled our bags and rebooked us on a midnight flight. This was not terrible, certainly better than losing our luggage or having to handle the rebooking ourselves. The only catch was the new flight departs from Haneda airport, a solid 70 minutes across Tokyo. I'm writing this from the charter bus that ...

    Sayonara to Japan

    A travel blog entry by tbugs1 on Oct 28, 2014

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    ... have not shopped that much in Japan before. We certainly have to make sure that when we return to Japan, we can't buy anything, at least, not anything large or bulky.

    We checked out of the hotel at 2.30pm. The receptionist was quite surprised as I had booked for another night. I told her that it was easier to do that than to have a late checkout. She ended up charging us 8000 yen instead of the 12500 yen.
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    Some Final Notes and a Sad Sayonara to Japan

    A travel blog entry by rt9812 on Jan 17, 2013

    3 comments

    ... 100% perfect. However, on trains, in the street and at restaurants, I felt very foreign. For a few weeks I have been stared at. Often, I felt these were in contempt, rather than just interest. A few times in shops, I was treated pretty rudely. The word foreigner in Japanese, gaijin, is used pretty regularly, it's a big deal being foreign, there are a significant minority who would rather Japan was completly isolated from everyone else. Also, there is ...