Tokyo Sumidagawa Youth Hostel

Address: 2-21-4 Yanagibashi, Taito, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 111-0052, Japan | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Ueno/Asakusa/Ryogoku/Adachi area of Taito, is near Kokugikan Sumo Museum and Kokugikan Sumo Stadium.
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      Travel Blogs from Taito


      A travel blog entry by alister.bland on May 05, 2014

      4 comments, 16 photos

      ... are little men with brooms and dustpans picking up non existent rubbish. Puts Auckland to shame.
      Everyone is so polite. They all bow to you. It has to be a national pass time. As you pass by a shop assistant, a person directing you in a museum, a person you are buying something from ( before and after), almost anyone, you get a bow.
      Dept stores are amazing. HUGE. The food court areas are also amazing - the stuff and its presentation. Also ...

      Roppongi +

      A travel blog entry by fully on Jan 03, 2014

      30 photos

      • Quick trip am to book 5 train trips for the next 10 days
      • Caught up with Marianne (friiend from Corpus Christi) who is working in Tokyo
      • Great tour through Roppongi; Taiko Drummers a highlight along with more dogs than I have seen all trip - vote for your favourite!
      • watched the Hakone-Ekiden foot race; relay race over two days between teams of Uni students;Toyo Uni came home ...

      Kitchen Town, Shopping and 7-11: Tokyo Day 3

      A travel blog entry by kelseyandmike on Aug 17, 2013

      1 comment, 16 photos

      ... t even aisles really. It looked more like a warehouse selling every single kitchen gadget that has ever been invented. It was so tempting to fill a shopping basket with peelers, paring knives, spiral cutters and letter stamps. But, restaurant quality instruments also come with restaurant quality price tags, like $8000 for a sushi knife. We found plenty of tea pots and tea sets here, but didn't make a purchase yet. We were waiting for one to jump out at us and none did. ...

      Magical travels of Japan

      A travel blog entry by the_webbs on Mar 30, 2013

      ... faces, spitting or shouting. Our Japan Experience got off to a flying start and we had only been there for Half an hour.
      Off we were on the train from the airport to the city. this gave us a great chance to see the landscape all the way into the city. The first thing that is apparent, is the lack of space. Buildings crammed together, roads with no paths and tiny micro cars zipping around. Space is a valuable commodity and it was amazing to see how the Japanese have ...

      Tokyo Cont.

      A travel blog entry by charliebolinger on Feb 03, 2013

      3 comments, 25 photos

      ... a joke because on 2 separate occasions I tried to ask a person that appeared to work for the city in a waste management capacity where the trash can was and they simply took the garbage from me. We decided to walk around the Shibuya and Shinjuku districts and check them out. This was pretty cool people watching, there are huge intersections that have enormous amounts of people crossing at once and it is so uniform. We popped in for lunch at this restaurant counter and had to ...