Tokyo Sumidagawa Youth Hostel
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- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
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Travel Blogs from Taito
... as a hybrid of a sturdy cattle stock in Asia for the past 2000 years
... generosity and kindness of the Japanese. We leave Kyoto to go to Himeji, famous for its castle. The castle is having works completed so we can see it from the outside but then visit Kokoen Gardens which is great, split into 8 different areas there are ponds running through them all with huge colourful carp swimming around. We then walk to Shirotopia Memorial Park and Otokoyama Park where we climb the steps to watch the sunset with good views of the castle. We get ...
... see it. We wandered through the park for a while, watching the shows and soaking up the atmosphere. It was lovely, but to be honest I felt like I was losing my mind with sleepiness. The jet lag hit me fully then and I was started to feel quite poorly. We slowly made our way back to the hotel and collapsed on our (teeny tiny) bed at about 3pm. And, apart from waking up at 4am starving hungry and wishing I could get my hands on some more sushi, we slept straight through until the next morning. ...
... and I was so excited when I found the sushi I was looking for!!!! We bought some to take home and after realizing that we were exhausted we decided to come back to the hostel. We were going to head out afterwards but after waking up from a little nap we realized that we didn't actually feel like going out and decided to hang out in the common area and eat some of that sushi...and let me tell you..it was amazing. The only ****** part was that I had to share it with Jord but I ...
... utensils. There are even several stores that sell nothing but plastic moulds of different foods and meals for window displays in restaurants. While having a plate of plastic sushi and tempura in our home would be nice, we were looking for something more along the lines of pottery.
We started walking along the street, following the mapped out tour we found the previous night, and found a large building on the corner. This building visibly marked the beginning of ...