Ushiku City Hotel Annex

Address: 954-1 Ushikucho, Ushiku, Ibaraki, Kanto, 300-1221, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 954-1 Ushikucho, Ushiku, is near Buddha of Ushiku.
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Travel Blogs from Ushiku

Arrival in Narita, Japan

A travel blog entry by barbetchristian on Nov 07, 2015

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... attached a sticker (instead of a stamp) and a piece of paper to our passports. We retrieved our luggage and then headed towards the railway area where we found the Japan Rail office. This is where we exchanged the JR Train Voucher that we had purchased in Canada, for the actual train pass. This pass would be activated on Sunday, November 8, for 14 days. We then dragged ...

Tokyo, three proper Cornish boys & a Cornish maid

A travel blog entry by kayna on Sep 21, 2015

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... was nearly 2 hours after we'd planned to be there, with the whole journey taking us nearly 4 hours.

Donny came and met us at Ashikaga station, and we drove to Banna-ji Temple, in the city. There was some kind of event going on with lots of cameras trained inside one of the temple halls, but we were allowed in and went for a wander around the grounds. We also took a wander past Japan's oldest university, Ashikaga Gakko, established in the 1400s, and ...

Hot, Wet and Humid Tokyo

A travel blog entry by jimtrap on Sep 01, 2015

3 comments, 72 photos

... lonely but I think he was a refugee from a Nursing Home and looking for a visa into Australia !! Nice old bloke though.

Dinner. Naomi organised a dinner at a French restaurant - Maison Barsac - near Tokyo Station to celebrate her Mum's 62nd birthday and Roz's 66th which are both on the same day, 4 September, tomorrow. Makiko (Mum) and Takayashi (Dad) were great company. Takayashi does not speak much English (more than the Japanese I speak - ...

Time to take a look at you Tokyo

A travel blog entry by mauza on Apr 26, 2015

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... Palace was bombed during the Second World War, but was reconstructed in exactly the same style afterwards. Visitors are permitted to enter the East Gardens of the Palace. Here, you can see moats, gates, and guardhouses, all of which belonged to the original Edo Castle. A foundation from one of the castle’s towers also remains
Did you know that the Royal Family pay rent to live there as it is actually owned by Japan ...

My Top 5 Favorite Things in Tokyo

A travel blog entry by henryferris on Feb 11, 2015

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After two long train rides and one subway ride we had made it to our apartment in a neighborhood called Shimokitazawa. It was our first of ten days in Tokyo and we were all very excited.Rather than describing everything I did in Tokyo, I made a top 5 of my favorite things that we did there and recommend.

5. Observe the Kawaii culture:
Kawaii is the Japanese word for cute but it is a ...

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