Yamazaki-sei-pan Pension Fund Hall

1-3-14 Ichikawa, Ichikawa, Chiba Prefecture, Kanto, 272-0034, Japan | Hotel
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Location

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

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 ...

People Watching

A travel blog entry by lmorton on Apr 04, 2013

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... one that started playing music when you entered the cubicle, presumably to cover any embarrassing noises! This makes using a new bathroom a surprising and exciting experience (especially if you press the wrong button!)   4 - Random free stuff. Here, instead of charging the price of a small elephant for water in restaurants, they bring you a free glass when you sit down. The place we went to tonight also brought us a cup of ...

Lost in a department store...

A travel blog entry by acampen on Sep 07, 2012

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... Many! SWEETS! Rows and rows and rows of delicately, intricately packaged & wrapped sweets. It literally looked that it went on forever. We found a cantelope for about US$110. #simpsonsepisode The store it was about 9-12 stories (depending on the 'region' you were in) and about 5-6 city blocks, about 5 times the size of the NYC Macy's.
It's kind of a stressful, actually. So many people, so many clerks advertising their wares, ...

Temples, sushi and karaoke!

A travel blog entry by kimmy-t on Apr 02, 2012

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... queues. Majorly underestimated!

We went straight to the Indiana Jones ride and queued for over 3 hours. Oh yes, about 3 hours 20mins. We entertained ourselves in the queue by having a little dance party playing music on an iphone and generally fooling around taking stupid photos. All the Japanese teenagers surrounding us thought we were hilarious and actually took some video of our silly dancing – I’m sure I’ll be on youtube somewhere. We then made it ...

Land Of The Rising Sun

A travel blog entry by helenandjohn88 on Jul 29, 2011

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... that night, we decided to walk a few kilometres to Ueno, rather than venture to the more central parts of the city. We walked through several streets lined with vending machines (there are about 4 vending machines on every corner in Tokyo, no exaggeration) and video game arcades. John was in heaven. We reached Ueno Park in the late afternoon, and wandered around seeing various traditional Japanese buildings, as well as the gates to a shrine, ...

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