What's the most interesting thing to do in Odawara if you only have a few hours?
Hi all again
A follow up on our previous question regarding the Hotel Orange.
We have also found the following hotels that are within our budget, but cant find their email addresses either. We dont really want to ring them as it will be to costly, so at least if we could get an email address it might be a start.
The hotels are:
a)Hotel Orange http://www.orange-build.com/
b)Hotel Tozan hakone-tozan.co.jp/hotel/oda...
c)Odawara Terminal Hotel http://www.minoya450.co.jp/t-hotel/
If anybody could supply email addresses for these it would be really appreciated as we are really struggling to find a hotel in Odawara.
Many thanks in advance
We are really struggling to find any accomodation in Odawara. But we have found a place called the Orange Hotel near the JR station. As their reservation page is in Japanese it makes it pretty hard for us.
Would anybody be able to find us a contact email address for this hotel.
Many Thanks in advance
We think we have decided to have a couple of nights in Odawara. But we are having a nightmare trying to find budget accomodation in Odawara. All the websites are in Japanese. Does anybody know of any budget accomodation near the Odawara JR Station or a good English Website that has Odawara accomodation.
We also have a similar question for Nikko.
hi. can I use the Tokyo Frii Kippu pass for my ride to odawara station. and pls. furnish me with the train schedule from odawara station to kyoto station. thanks
From Odawara in the morning with hikari shinkansen to Hiroshima and continue with JR local line to Miyajima. short trip there back by JR train and streetcar to Hiroshima Peace Park. o/n Hiroshima
I have a backpack (slightly larger than school go-ers size)
and a check-in luggage of about 30kg capacity.
Does JR Odawara station have lockers big enough for my luggage?
What are the dimensions of the lockers available?
How much do they cost?
I'm just making a day trip from Tokyo to Odawara/Hakone area and will proceed to Kyoto afterwards.