Chofu Urban Hotel

Address: 1-1-25 Tobitakyu, Chofu, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 182-0036, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1-1-25 Tobitakyu, Chofu, is near Ghibli Museum, Inokashira Park, Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum, and Igusa Hachimangu Folklore Collection.
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      Back in Tokyo

      A travel blog entry by markhurwitz on May 06, 2014

      3 comments, 4 photos

      ... now. "Is this a McEmergency?" I ask. "Not even close" she says. We had a great second day in Tokyo which included visits to the Imperial Palace (where the royalty still live), Meiji Shrine (the most important shrine in Tokyo), the almost 800' high Ropponghi Observatory (where you could see both of the aforementioned sights from, as well as most of Tokyo), Shibuya Crossing (one of the busiest intersections in the world, with pedestrians crossing at all angles; it resembled ...

      New Year's Eve - what to do?

      A travel blog entry by vandna on Dec 31, 2013

      ... our plans with my 20-something brother who wanted to go out. However, we both appreciates the joy of home and family and quiet reflection and spiritual strengthening. According to the books, that is what New Year's in Japan is all about. And true to that, by Anant's report, not even Shibuya Scramble (recall, I referred to this as the "Times Square" of Tokyo), had any kind of program to attend. And for the next few days, many attractions we wanted ...

      Is it over already?

      A travel blog entry by dillardstravels on Jul 17, 2013

      126 photos

      ... or just eat noodles. That too was an issue because most of the time the noodles were served in a pork based broth.

      One thing we found interesting in Japan, besides the toilets (which the kids are campaigning to have them put in their bathrooms), was having access to money. There were very few ATMs that would accept American cash station cards. We figured this out when we were running very low on the cash that we had taken out at the ...

      Bloomin' Tokyo

      A travel blog entry by roadtovancouver on Mar 15, 2013

      3 comments, 61 photos

      ... a couple of square meters of floor space left.

      During our time in Tokyo we visited several gardens including the East Garden of the Imperial Palace, Ueno Park and the Rikugien Gardens. Jess was quite excited about the prospect of seeing cherry blossoms and I have always wondered why the Japanese get so excited about them. I have always (and still do) considered them easily excitable. At the gardens near the ...

      Lost in Translation

      A travel blog entry by timbfisher on Aug 10, 2012

      2 comments, 5 photos

      ... May 1925, when Professor Ueno did not return. The professor had suffered from a cerebral hemorrhage and died, never returning to the train station where Hachikō was waiting. Every day for the next nine years the dog waited at Shibuya station.  (this was copied from Wikipedia) The story touched the locals and the built a statue of the dog there.  It:s ...