Business Hotel Sanparesu

Address: 2-32-3 Minamisenju, Arakawa, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 116-0003, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Ueno/Asakusa/Ryogoku/Adachi area of Arakawa, is near Akihabara, Ameyoko Shopping Street, Yanaka, and Hanayashiki.
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Travel Blogs from Arakawa

Shrine on you crazy diamond, 1-24 (24 hrs, duh)

A travel blog entry by nbd.finn on Oct 08, 2014

45 photos

... staring at the grim, dim, and narrow alleys with little pubs and diners all over the place. There was a public restroom there, but the entrance towards it was so narrow only one person could pass at a time, all 20 meters of it.

We pretty much entered the first place we saw that had enough room for three and sat down at the counter, pointed at a few skewers and gestured for san beer (three! Come on, still going with the not knowing any Japanese? Shame on ...

Be it ever so humble

A travel blog entry by christine.a on Sep 12, 2014

2 comments, 7 photos

Good morning! Hard to imagine that we left our house, bound for Detroit, at 5am Wednesday, and now here we are, the first morning in our Tokyo apartment, at 7am on Friday. Getting here took a lot of work, partly due to two snafus on the part of American Airlines (one minor, the other resulting in 3 hours sitting on the plane in Dallas/Ft. Worth, waiting for the problem of too much ...

One wicked city

A travel blog entry by adamwilson4 on Apr 12, 2014

15 photos

... It was in the same direction as my hotel so I thought I would check it out while I'm there. In my book that the hotel gave me said there were some really nice souvenir streets as well as a temple. I headed to the temple first because it was the closest to me at the time. This was pretty impressive. I think it's one of the main temples in Tokyo because it was really touristy. At the gates leading to the temple they had these massive red lanterns which must ...


A travel blog entry by tomandhayley on Mar 25, 2014

44 photos

... on, I would happily travel all the way to Tokyo just to get another of those crepes. One of the quirky things which we’d found about Japan is that it’s considered very rude to eat or drink whilst walking down the street, so once we had our crepes we pulled up a seat on the nearby benches and enjoy our snacks along with the other 50 or so people who were eating crepes.

It was getting quite late now and despite having just eaten a ...

On The Plane Take II/Ramblings

A travel blog entry by kwesty92 on Aug 30, 2013

2 photos

... 8220;la” to the end of what seem to be randomly chosen words or phrases. I recently learned that this comes from Cantonese, where these sounds are added in order to end phrases on a vowel so they don’t sound as harsh. When you ask for anything, the answer is not “yes” or “no,” but rather “can” or “cannot.” There are a bunch of other sayings from various languages ...