Business Hotel K-inn

3-9-3 Morishita, Koto, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 135-0004, Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Koto

Tokyo -Arrival

A travel blog entry by lizzief


... later, we arrived in Tokyo. I managed to negotiate the subway to get to Asakusa, but had no idea where the hotel was. Fortunately, a guy came over and asked if I was lost. He offered to walk me to my hotel and gave me a tour of Senso-ji on the way. What an amazing welcome to Tokyo!! Hotel is nice - room s hilariously tiny, but the view from the window more than makes up for it. Heading to bed for a nice early one, then off sightseeing ...

You can see all of this when you wake up at 4 am

A travel blog entry by hreljacsinasia

... to carry that stuff around for the next 4 months and I couldn't justify it. For those of you who really know me, you know that walking away from glitter was one of the hardest things Ive ever had to do but alas I shall live..I think. I will always dream of that glitter though! On a side note... Everyone is so perfectly tacky here and wear as many accessories as they can find and I know that Id fit right in. After exploring the shops we headed to the food court to see what they had ...

Last day of wandering

A travel blog entry by skyisblu


... awarded the 2020 Olympic games, in case you hadn't heard. We certainly have! We watched the action from the sidelines and partied with the locals.

Following the parade, we ducked into a little kaiten sushi restaurant for dinner. Kaiten sushi is conveyor belt sushi - kind of a do-it-yourself dinner experience. You wait for the pieces you want to pass by and grab the plate. You can order directly from the ...

Philosophy Moments: Being a Baka-Gaijin

A travel blog entry by chiguire


... constantly moving. You start on the right because you're used to it, then remember it should be on the left. So you move, but then notice that some locals, who got on after you, stood on the right because you led the movement. ****, you're wrong again. Then you notice there is a senior citizen just above you, on the same side as you… What do you do? By then, thank Kami-sama, it's over.

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  • Crane Games in Tokyo

    A travel blog entry by justln


    ... of waiting, we decided to just walk around and hopefully get a glimpse of the auction from behind the curtains.

    The market was huge. It was like another city it seemed at 4am in the morning. Restaurants were open, little fish trolley carts reminiscent of Element 5 hovercrafts were shooting around the aisles, and the odor was almost tangible. All the vendors were either at the tuna auctions or getting set up for the 9am daily public opening of the fish market. ...


    This hotel, located in the Koto/Edogawa/Shinkoiwa area of Koto, is near Edo-Tokyo Museum, Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo, Kiyosumi Teien, and Fukagawa Edo Museum.
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