Chiba Washington Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

1-13-1 Fujimi, Chuo-ku, Chiba, Chiba Prefecture, 260-0015, Japan
Chiba Washington Hotel
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Satisfaction Excellent
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 28% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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Sorry another question...

by MandyGoh

WIht the JR pass, where can i make seat reservations? Is it possible to make seat reservations when i buy the JR pass in my home country?

Re: Sorry another question...

by dru46

It is unlikely to make any reservations before you convert the pass. When you do buy it, it's only a voucher. Once you convert it, you can start making reservations. Don't worry too much as seats rarely sell out until it's the same day unless it's new years or golden week.

Travel Tips for Tokyo

Take a Shower in Japan!!!?

by Marisola

One of my favorite things about Japan is taking a shower there. I've never noticed these things in other places, so it is worth mentioning...

Their water is soooooooooooooo fabulous!!! What does this mean?!?

It's very hard to explain, but I would say, to me, it is the softest and wettest water in the world!!! I mean, that when you take a shower there, although there is fabulous water pressure, you cannot feel the water hitting you. It is that soft... It is so beautiful!!! It is hard to imagine if you've never tried it, or thought of it...

Another thing -- if you have very soft hair -- like me, some of your hair may fall out in a regular shower. In Japan, my hair does NOT come out at all -- and it even starts to show a little curl, too!

Quaint Lanes and Alleyways

by Wild_Orchid

When you wander around in Tokyo, you will come across some quaint lanes and alleyways. This street, named Sushiya Street near Asakusa Temple, has a festive air about it, so I couldn't resist and took a shot.
As you can see, it was decorated in pretty colours and teeming with people. What makes it all Special:
The best thing about Tokyo is wandering around & making little discoveries of your own.
Don't worry about getting lost- set out on foot, explore and you'll be sure to discover little treasures or meet new friends in the form of people and places. Part of the whole experience that makes Tokyo special, what you might discover, away from the commercial or shopping districts-whether it is a quaint shop which sells paper fans, or a chance encounter with a proud store owner, or a picture of young mother wheeling her baby in a stroller.

Tokyo Gas Stations

by machomikemd

gas stations in the tokyo area are very small and are far in between. Must be some strict zoning plan by the tokyo metropolitan government on why there are few gas stations. The gas pumps are mostly overhead instead of being at ground level and maybe because this saves space and due to to the fact that land prices in tokyo are sky high! A liter of regular unleaded gasoline here costs 130 yen, a liter of premium unleaded gasoline cost about 160 yen! talk about being very expensive! that's why most people are using the very efficient mass transport system to cut on costs! very expensive gasoline! way too expensive!

Dedicated to my VTFriend andal13 (erased by HQ)

by manuelEB

Doing science is rewarding...After many years of intense work I've learnt how to travel in time. My interest in plastic arts, and Andrea's suggestion decided my first destination. I wanted to see the Sistina Chapel before Mr. Buonarotti started his marvelous "decoration". Figure 1 shows the naked ceiling where few hours later Michelangelo would start to work. The picture was taken by one of his associate in April 1508. Few moments later I went back to Tokyo Station Marunouchi North Exit because I had a train to catch. The Sistine's affair made me lost a bullet train but no problems, there is a train departing every 15 minutes with a precision that could help to set one's watch.

Take your shoes off when visiting someone's home

by dln6874

In Japan, it is NEVER okay to wear your shoes inside someone's home. Shoes are also often taken off inside schools, bath houses, and other public places where it makes sense to maintain cleanliness. Usually a house "slipper" will be provided so where those if they are. When going to the toilet, there is usually a separate slipper you should change into.


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