Ayase Kokusai Hotel

4-8-5 Kosuge, Katsushika, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 124-0001, Japan | 3 star hotel
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You can see all of this when you wake up at 4 am

A travel blog entry by hreljacsinasia

... Tokyo Sky tree but considering the line up to get up was hugeeee and mixed with the fact that I'm terrified of heights we decided to skip going up. Instead we decided to head downstairs to where there were 3 floors of shopping and explore what the stores had to offer. I was in heaven because there was bling everywhereeeee and so many fun accessories!! I wish I could say that I bought everything (including some amazing tiaras that I found) but I cant because I realized that I ...

Last day of wandering

A travel blog entry by skyisblu


... then we head right into the heart of it. We wander through the masses, popping into various department stores just to browse. It's a lot of fun to browse here - there's so much different stuff, and yet there's so much we now recognize after 2 weeks of being submerged in it.

Coincidentally, we happen upon the beginnings of a celebratory parade heading through Shibuya shopping district. It's in honour of ...

Tokyo: The Poseidon Adventure

A travel blog entry by kristinrust


... Takes a while.Then you lay the cards in front of you during your meeting, ideally in the order they are sitting in front of you.

One huge perk of a day of sales calls - lunch. Yesterday I begged for ramen, which I got. A massive bowl of miso broth with endless tangled ramen noodles, green onion, spicy kimchi, pork and hard boiled egg, with more than a dash of MSG.

Post-lunch meetings proved challenging. Kampai!

Crane Games in Tokyo

A travel blog entry by justln


... day 3, we met up with my friend Yuika and her friend Tomoko. I had met Yuika in Bishop a couple years ago, and it was great to finally reconnect in her country! We took the train out to the suburbs in Mitake where we were able to catch a glimpse of what the bouldering scene is like in Japan. The beautiful boulders nestled next to a rushing river of clear blue water really set the mood.

Part 2
When we returned to Tokyo, we stayed in another district of Tokyo which ...

Shibamata Hanabi

A travel blog entry by gadelle


... checked the map before leaving home, but as usual with these kinds of events, it was entirely unnecessary. Even without the police officers directing the pedestrian traffic, the constant flow of the crowd was enough to guide us to the Edo River.

Like many of the rivers in the Kanto area, the Edo River itself isn't that wide -- by Canadian standards -- but is bordered on either side by a wide swath of land used for sports and events, which ...


This 3 star hotel, located in the Ueno/Asakusa/Ryogoku/Adachi area of Katsushika, is near Ameyoko Shopping Street, Yanaka, Kameari, and Drum Museum (Taikokan).
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