Toyoko Inn Yamato Ekimae

4-1-20 Chuo, Yamato, Kanagawa Prefecture, Kanto, 242-0021, Japan | Hotel
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TripAdvisor Reviews Toyoko Inn Yamato Ekimae

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Yamato

Tokyo day 2

A travel blog entry by travelingtiffy on Mar 18, 2013

... Next stop was a tepanyaki restaurant for lunch, again sat in beautiful japanese gardens complete with early starting cherry blossom trees and pagodas. I sat with a nice German couple who spoke very good English and a family from Toronto. Lunch was ace, all the beef, pork and vegetables were prepared in front of us by our hostess who used a tepanyaki grill plate heated with volanic rock from mt Fuji, plus more green tea, followed by ice-cream, shame I couldn`t eat it ...

Bye bye Japan

A travel blog entry by stephienoodles on Aug 29, 2012

... ever. It looks just like someone's house and has about 3 rooms with 6 in each. It's quite traditional and a little more basic than the others but it has such a nice feel. You leave your shoes at a rack by the door and wear plastic slippers. Then if you went out into the garden you changed them again for different plastic ones. We met Fumito a Japanese boy trying to learn English and a guy from Seattle who ran ...

Arrival in Tokyo

A travel blog entry by nancy.hunt on Apr 12, 2012

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... check-in, but we dropped off our bags and persuaded the young woman at the reception desk to allow us to rest in Brent's room for an hour. (It took some convincing because they don't want people piling into a room without paying.) The hotel was small, tall, and had a mid-range modern European feel.

So much more than Sushi

A travel blog entry by staudhammer on Jul 30, 2011

1 comment, 19 photos

... Japanese doll sitting perfectly still on the embroidered pillow on the floor. Her legs folded to one side and both hands placed delicately atop her knee. She breaks from her motionless pose to shift her luring gaze in my direction. A smile forms on her lips and she blinks her showgirl eye lashes at me. Words don’t spoil the perfection of her plastic smile and the elderly woman speaks on her behalf. Oh I get it... red light district. I smile and shake my ...

Back in Japan

A travel blog entry by rachel_gould on Jan 08, 2006

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Well..I am back in Japan. It has been a bit rough adjusting back to life in the Far East. I think I had a bit of JET Lag or something cause one day after school, I meant to lay down for an hour at 6:30p.m., but I woke up at 10p.m. and then putzed on the oomputer till midnight and went to sleep. THe next day though, I wanted to take another ...