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

      Tokyo - final day

      A travel blog entry by lizzief on Feb 12, 2014

      39 photos

      ... on the subway and Yamanote line to Akihabara. It's the electronics district, so I wandered around a few camera shops looking at lenses and other stuff. Then, back on the train and over to the Imperial Palace gardens. It was really peaceful as there were hardly any other people walking around. Lots of guard houses and gardens. There was still a lot of snow, so I couldn't really see a lot of the plants the signs were talking about, but the trees looked ...

      Day 19 - The Game of Queues

      A travel blog entry by xensor on Sep 21, 2013

      17 photos

      ... queue sectioned off into chunks and very orderly let in one chunk at a time. We all shuffled in eventually to be hit by a wall of noise in the dimly lit and gigantic halls. Even getting in fairly early it was very busy and it only got busier as the day wore on.

      So yeah, the worst thing about videogame shows without a shadow of a doubt are the queues. The queues for anything of note are stupidly long. Ridiculously long. A half hour long queue to play a game ...

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

      A travel blog entry by kelseyandmike on Aug 17, 2013

      1 comment, 16 photos

      ... was on to the next store. The next one we found was a little more traditional and much smaller. Inside the store and along the sidewalks outside were cups, bowls, pots and plates stacked in varying heights. Every colour, shape and style of pottery could be found in this tiny store. We ended up buying four traditional Japanese tea cups. They were tall, handle-free ceramic cups painted black on the outside and vibrant turquoise on the inside. We managed to score a huge deal, ...


      A travel blog entry by jen_ek on Jul 20, 2013

      111 photos

      ... with a food court. Again no English was spoken but we saw a picture of some Katsu so we were sold. It is exhausting looking for food when you are hungry and can't read anything - our food consumption in Tokyo was going to be a bit repetitive as we could only recognise and understand a couple of dishes.

      After lunch, we went off to find the Shibuya crossing which the crossing in Oxford Circus is based on. You can cross the road left, right and diagonally on this crossing. ...

      Maid Cafes

      A travel blog entry by tdv95 on Sep 27, 2012

      1 comment, 74 photos

      ... curious, and downright quirky things we experienced as we wandered the streets.

      Number 10: The towers of Tokyo. What do you do when you live in an earthquake prone area along the ring of fire? If you're Japanese, you build the tallest tower (and second tallest structure) in the world, the aptly named Skytree which tops out at slightly over 2,000 ft. (the CN Tower in Toronto is just over 1800 ft high)- I'm not sure I'd want to be at the top when the earth ...