Toyoko Inn Wakoshi Eki-Mae

1-10-7 Maruyamadai, Wako, Saitama Prefecture, Kanto, 351-0112, Japan | Hotel
Prices starting from $79.00

Travel Blogs from Wako

Day Three

A travel blog entry by sarahpursell

... we walked down Takeshita Dori, a street famous for its chopping and teenage culture. I found a cute cherry skirt in a few shops, but alas, these clothes were not made for my hips... All way to small. There was heaps of cute things down the street. We then stopped to check out a little shopping mall with a Starbucks garden on the 6F. Although we didn't actually buy anything to drink it was nice to sit down for a bit. But soon we were back on our feet ...

Kon'nichiwa Japan!

A travel blog entry by travellingross


... black; font-family: "Segoe UI","sans-serif"; font-size: 10.5pt; font-style: normal; font-weight: normal;">Flashing red warning lights on nearly every tall building

  • Ugly rail circles city. Thought it would be underground.
  • Blowing in the wind

    A travel blog entry by swampyomnom


    So now we have got something really cool to tell you. This night we've been up all night because there is a typhoon currently passing over us. It's the most powerful which has passed by Japan in over 10 years. And the worst is yet to come. We just want to say that we're all right so far, and that pictures will be uploaded as soon as the typhoon has passed by. /Swampy & ...

  • Sumo!

    A travel blog entry by ditchthecube


    ... to the sumo arena and put her down for a short nap in the nosebleed seats. Eventually the bigger named wrestlers came out and did their entrance ceremony and bouts. After a while Cari had to take Carmen out to the hallway to keep her quiet. Much as I wanted to stay to the end to see the Yokozuna bouts, we left at 5pm, an hour short. Really, sumo was a lot of fun to see, but its hard to beat having instant replay or youtube-replay ...

    Rush Hour!!! Not the movie, not the game. Reality.

    A travel blog entry by kodatravels


    ... waiting to clean any mess I was going to leave. It was all fun and entertaining until I needed to flush. Everything was in Japanese and after pressing every button possible, I called in Hiroaki to show me how to flush. At this stage of intimacy after last nights shower interruption I would have asked him to clean me up as well but with such technology I had the machine do it.



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