Zero Town Hotel

Address: 1-16-23 Matsubara, Tatebayashi, Gunma Prefecture, Kanto, 374-0016, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1-16-23 Matsubara, Tatebayashi.
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Travel Blogs from Tatebayashi

Harajuku travel buddy

A travel blog entry by lijiri on May 24, 2015

1 comment, 19 photos

... making kits and accessories for the girls then we split up so Anna can explore on her own. Lily and Amy continue their shared travels over some super creamy ice creams and through more charming stores.

The 100 Yen store loads up our souvenir bin with more goodies including erasers for Lily.
We all meet up at the McDonalds and snap some classic photos at the top of the street then walk back for Italian lunch. Once more, ordering plain spaghetti ...

Little by little

A travel blog entry by erath on May 19, 2015

5 photos

... turned out to be a well designed and very internationally oriented museum. It has informative panels about the history, traditions and the different styles of bonsai. And for those who wanted to learn even more, there was a high quality English audio guide. But of course it was all about the bonsai themselves and the museum truly treated it as art. Each tree had its own stage, the ones inside were carefully illuminated by spot lights and just like a ...


A travel blog entry by sechiria on May 04, 2015

Today was the annual PonyCon and seeing as how much I like My Little Pony I naturally didn´t go. Everyone else went, though; but me and Andreas decided to take the train to Mt Hachikoku, a small mountain/forest a little less than an hour west of Tokyo. This is the forest were the movie My Neighbour Totoro takes place, and ...

Wonderful Whimsical Wisteria

A travel blog entry by mauza on May 01, 2015

24 photos

... today I'm sure.. there is ample space to wander, plenty of shaded seating, lawns for picnics, food outlets plus plants to buy.. wisterias too.. of course , the park seems to have all the boxes ticked.
One can only imagine the care, attention and detail taken to preserve the trees, maintain the flowers beds etc..

An extra delight we couldn't attend is the Flower Fantasy .. or Garden of ...

Tokyo to Kawaguchiko

A travel blog entry by pr0zak on Apr 06, 2015

41 photos

Today we travelled to Kawaguchiko, which is near the bottom of Mt Fuji. We went on a non-bullet train which was pretty good, even if it didn't go 300km an hour. We got to Kawaguchiko around lunch time and couldn't check in to the Ryokan until 3 so we had some lunch at a random restaurant near the station. It seemed that their specialty, and pretty much the only thing on the menu, was a vegetarian hot pot with noodles, so we had ...