Yamazaki-sei-pan Pension Fund Hall

Address: 1-3-14 Ichikawa, Ichikawa, Chiba Prefecture, Kanto, 272-0034, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1-3-14 Ichikawa, Ichikawa, is near Subway Museum, Kameari, and Adachi Historical Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Ichikawa

Japan

A travel blog entry by deirdreandbrock on Jul 21, 2013

1 comment, 97 photos

... 8221; It doesn't matter if it is very obvious no cars are coming and the walk sign is about to start, people wait for the signal to go. We try to catch ourselves, but sometimes we walk because we are just use to going if we can. In the trains and buses almost nobody talks, well except us and other foreigners. Even on the streets you hardly hear a voice. A lot of people are looking and I'm assuming texting at their phones, but not talking on them. While seated on ...

Laundry, expensive pool, meet the relatives

A travel blog entry by hotta3 on Jul 21, 2013

... 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 ...

G-Cans Tunnel Project & Omiya

A travel blog entry by wheresgordon on Feb 20, 2013

... of the viaduct. After a while we went back upstairs and the tour was over. We didn't get to see the actual pump or look down into the cylinder.

Next we went to the town of Omiya. When Tokyo was being re-built after an earthquake in 1923 the bonsai growers were all put together in a portion of this town. The number of bonsai growers has shrunk over the years but there are still around ...

Galavanting Gaijin

A travel blog entry by thecurries2012 on Nov 19, 2012

150 photos

... some of those of those doors.

We had saved our most eagerly awaited outing for our penultimate day in Tokyo as Sunday is the day that Harajuku and Yoyogi Park come to life. Harajuku is where the young fashionable teenagers hang out, it is also known for the people that come here dressed as doll like girls, gothic lolitas or just a creature or person that they have invented. Hajajuku was jam packed full of tourists and locals all out for some shopping or ...

Fish heads & Samurai Swords

A travel blog entry by cbruff on Dec 29, 2011

27 photos

... we were definitely still playing Frogger in here -jumping wildly out of the way of the 100s of careening carts & trucks that were constantly beeping their horns & speeding through the narrow alleys of the market. And to jump out of the way (those carts would happily run you over otherwise), there wasn't really anywhere to go -except to hop & squeeze between tubs of squid swimming in their ...

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