Chisun Hotel Shinagawa West

Address: 6-1-1 Nishioi, Shinagawa, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 140-0015, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Shinagawa/Kamata/Haneda area of Shinagawa, is near Jimbocho Bookstore Area, Meguro Parasitological Museum, Hara Museum of Contemporary Art (Hara Bijutsukan), and Ebara Jinja Shrine.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsChisun Hotel Shinagawa West

Reviewed by cstravelling

Room was ok

Reviewed Oct 23, 2012
by (18 reviews) East Sussex , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

Room in this hotel was ok... Although very noisy!! Woken a lot by other people in the hotel which sounded like slamming doors!

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TripAdvisor Reviews Chisun Hotel Shinagawa West

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

Travel Blogs from Shinagawa

Taking in Tokyo

A travel blog entry by mickq1 on Mar 26, 2014

6 photos

... are numbered), and 3 is the area which may be mentioned in a street sign. A group of youths offered to help, but were unable to find named restaurant. As we walk away one of the youths raced up, placed the restaurant name into his phone app, and proceeded to narrow down where the restaurant was. In a matter of minutes he had translated correctly ... we were standing outside the restaurant!!

Down to ...

二つ目: Rainy Tokyo and meeting

A travel blog entry by remiroquai on Sep 05, 2013

1 photo

... Stimulation from everywhere on a tired mind is not very effective. I did get to get used to the trains a little bit, which is a big help. At night Patric Max Felix and asked me along to go and eat with them at a big mall, which was fun. The two little boys are adorable and they seem to like me too. A bit of a point of worry might be the fact that the both of them could be getting sick. Oh well, there is only so much I can ...

Tokyo: Where Compasses Go to Die

A travel blog entry by kristinrust on Apr 14, 2013

3 comments, 36 photos

... through the Grand Kaminarimon Gate with it's massive red lantern hanging above you. The gate also enshrines Raijin, the God of Thunder and Fujin, the God of Wind, who was out that day in full force. On your way to the Sensoji Temple, you head up Nakamise Street, that reminded me a lot of Canal Street in New York. Lots of **** for sale, people, some even in kimonos, shuffling about. Small restaurants each feature glass cases with glossy plastic models of ...


A travel blog entry by lewnwdc on Sep 27, 2012

26 photos

... Shibuya Crossing, Tokyo’s version of Times Square – massive glowing billboards and video screens.

The attraction here is the “Shibuya Scramble.” The signals are timed to allow all pedestrian movements to occur during one cycle simultaneously. There are crosswalks in each cardinal direction plus a fifth crosswalk diagonally across the intersection. When all the pedestrian signals turn green at the same time, several hundred people then traverse ...

Tokyo city

A travel blog entry by yogaman on Nov 25, 2010

16 photos

... cool days, "koyo" fall colors everywhere, great food, not big crowds at the temples and castles. The Japanese people are very welcoming and friendly. I went all around Tokyo, including from Narita airport to Shinagawa, to Odawara, Yokohama, Kamakura city, Hiroshima, Shizuoka, Osaka, Nara, Kyoto, Kagoshima and flew out of Narita three weeks later.

A wonderful country.