Hotel Mystays Asakusa
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Mystays Asakusa Sumida
The location was perfect - Asakusa/Sankoku station was pretty in the center of all the areas we wanted to visit in our one week trip. The facility was extremely accommodating and the rooms were decently clean. There were plenty of convenience stores nearby to grab some snacks, breakfast food and drinks. I would go back if I stayed in Tokyo next time!
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... random place to eat.
I was welcomed like a lord into this little place,
with the proprietors bowing every half second until I sat down.
I said a cursory 'konnichiwa', then quickly grabbed my guidebook to find
the phrases section and mumbled in my best Japanese 'nani ga o susume deska?';
what do you recommend.
I got the pick ...
... some reason, so I took many pictures with it, as well as with my DSLR.
After we got back down, we cruised around "Solamachi" which in Japanese literally means "Sky town." It's a pretty large mall-ish, souvenir-shop-ish compound and it has many cute little shops and adorable cafes for mostly foreigners or tourists to see. I like being a tourist, so we looked around quite a bit, had some green tea ice cream ...
... at 7pm. Karma was not on our side as we got lost and then the shop was closing just as we got there. Our money was almost gone, but between us we had enough money to continue with our plans for that evening. We were adamant not to let it ruin our time in Tokyo.
We went to meet Yeshi, Matt and his cousins in the queue for the famous Robot Restaurant a bit later. It turns out it wasn't a restaurant after all, but a stage surrounded by an audience. The show started ...
Currently sitting on a Shinkansen (bullet train) whistling along from Tokyo to Nagano. Glimpses of Mt Fuji on the left and the snow capped central range growing ever closer on the right. We survived the flight ok, with Tilly wildly excited and loud when we boarded, and then crashed for at least 6 hrs sleep lying half on me. Andrew's research and ...
... bit of a distraction to a terrifying situation (I'm a bad flyer). It was a nasty ride right until the end when the wheels hit the ground, HARD. It was the most intense landing Blair or I have ever experienced. Fortunately, we were landing in Japan, a country that I have come to find very soothing and serene.
The first thing I noticed were the extremely polite, friendly and helpful people. From the customs officer, train information desk person, to ...