Chisun Inn Asakusa
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Confirmation about how courteous Japanese people were was at the check-in desk of San Francisco International. As we waited for the desks to open, a line of Japan Airlines check-in agents trooped in, all impeccably dressed and armed with beaming smiles, and lined up in front us. After bowing they thanked us for choosing to fly their airline and set …
Today was our first full day in Japan. Despite having stayed up most of the plane ride, I had a hard time falling asleep last night. Maybe it was the airplane food or my own neurotic fears of getting sick, but my stomach hurt through most of the night. Needless to say, the day began at 0800 when we got showered, made a quick …
Today we woke up to pouring rain. The day was planned around going to a shrine, outdoor shopping strip, the Thundergate and a few other places-- all of which were outdoors. We decided to bundle up and try to make the best of the day despite the rain. Plus, it was Coming of Age Day in Japan! This is a holiday where people who are …
Virgin on12 hour flight to Narita airport.
Japan home to 127million.To us like the Switzerland of the Orient, they are serious,hard working,clean, efficient,good at detail and wealthy.The only lack of uniformity related to choice of dubious swine flu protection.(picture wont load)
Tokyo is just as you might imagine, crowded, noisy and …
Next day we went to Tokyo using the shinkansen. By this time, we were getting frustrated because everything was so dang futuristic - even the bathrooms. It took us the longest time to even figure out how to use them. When you go into the bathroom it feels like you're in the cockpit of Apollo 13. Gadgets, gizmos, buttons, lights - lift off! These …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsChisun Inn Asakusa Taito
The hotel was fine. Good location, space-age toilet, but absolutely tiny rooms.
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