Yamazaki-sei-pan Pension Fund Hall

1-3-14 Ichikawa, Ichikawa, Chiba Prefecture, Kanto, 272-0034, Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ichikawa

Laundry, expensive pool, meet the relatives

A travel blog entry by hotta3

... Earlier in the day Aunty Namo took the kids to the expensive pool while J and E went shopping at every Disney store in a 10 km radius. It was fun? It was probably much harder for AN. We're expecting to see AJ roll in with her suitcase of clean laundry. We have to send our takyubin to Hiroshima today by noon so we're on the clock. Then AJ has to find wrapping paper. So far no luck. At 2 we're getting picked up by Takeshi to go to their house. Well, time to go look for Jo ...

Harajuku Girls with my Girls

A travel blog entry by wranovics


... box. I assumed somehow in my rush, I left it on the kitchen counter. Since now we had no lunch box, I went downstairs to a convenience store and scrounge up some quick foods that will suffice for her lunch for the day (since she is so picky and wouldn't eat any of the perfectly fine prepared foods they had available). When we got home that evening, there was no lunch box. Dave had not seen it anywhere, and we looked all over the place, in closets, under couches, in microwaves ...

Dog tired in the fast lane ...

A travel blog entry by mattjessjapan


... more seedy bars, strip clubs etc sat next to high end restaurants...very strange. Again loads of tiny bars that seat one or two people (regulars only) all tucked in tiny allies. Sat in the middle of all this was Hanazono Shinto shrine. Rie was expecting a nice quite atmosphere, but no!....local festival! All local residents out, dancing, eating, drinking...quite possibly one of the best things we have experienced in Japan. Amazing community spirit, really welcoming and ...

I only wanted a coat

A travel blog entry by dubzy

... I stumbled across a British pub called 'Hub' and went inside for a drink. Apart from the basketball on TV, the selection of Japanese beers and me being the only actual British person in the place, it did sort of feel like being in a pub at home, although at nearly 6 for a pint, I left a lot quicker than I would of back home. I stayed for two pints of Kirin before calling it a night and headed back to the ...

Sake, Sex and the Love Hotels of Tokyo

A travel blog entry by tom_hollie_2010

This is a top pick!

... neighbourhood and it was beautiful. A real sense of the old Edo with tiny shops and restaurants that you had to stoop to enter, streets lined with Japanese lanterns and lots of narrow streets running off each other. Walking down the street almost felt like a movie set.

We had limited time in Tokyo as the majority of the trip would be spent in Kyoto so we had two days to fit as much as we could in. Arriving at the airport was easy and getting ...


This hotel, located on 1-3-14 Ichikawa, Ichikawa, is near Subway Museum, Kameari, and Adachi Historical Museum.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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