Dormy Inn Suidobashi

1-25-27 Hongo, Bunkyo, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 113-0033, Japan | 3 star hotel
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Our First Day of Exploring Tokyo

A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14

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... and talk. Roger told us that they will stay until 10 or 11pm in the evening, and will get drunk and enjoy conversation and the atmosphere of the park. The park was already very crowded, and people were definitely enjoying themselves!
We had all hoped we would be blessed to be able to be here as the cherry trees blossomed, so it was wonderful to be able to see them in all of the beauty!
We headed to Asan coffee shop, in a new retail area built ...

Japan Part 1 - Tokyo

A travel blog entry by chrisandteri

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... even a month ago before the leaves started falling off the trees. Visiting this natural oasis in the heart of the city was a perfect antidote for the sensory overload of Yodobashie Camera.

7) Senso-ji Temple – Later on in Kyoto we eventually got temple-weary, but this first temple we visited was still novel to us. Even more interesting than the Shinto temple that we didn't really understand, was the jam-packed shopping corridor leading up ...

Asakusa to Asakusa

A travel blog entry by johnnym

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... sight here is the Senso-Ji temple, to which I strolled on my first day, but I'm now nearer. To that and shops etc-I think the other side of the river is more residential, though it isn't much of a walk from anywhere. Tokyo is so jam packed that although the whole place is huge, you get a great sense of progress if following a map. Fifth left will come up quickly, roads being so close together. That fact means google and the open source map only show a few road names, ...

40H

A travel blog entry by ecoreppin230

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... I proceeded to explore the shops in Tokyo that were still open at 9:45 at night. Apparently, unlike New York, the people of Tokyo do sleep. This meant that most of the store available to me were 7-Elevens, Family Marts, and Ramen shops. Nevertheless, I was able to find a coffee shop called Cafe Veloce, where I picked up an iced green tea latte and a Japanese pastry. This was the first moment when I realized that Japanese people have different ...

The land of the rising sun

A travel blog entry by rhys_raelene

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... started venting steam out his joints and moved his head….random…

We entered the base of the building and had some lunch in a massive food court. I made the mistake of venturing out on some noodles which turned out to be in a broth that tasted like you were eating body odour, strange stuff I got through most of it before finally giving in and ended up turfing the rest!

After lunch we hit the monorail again and returned to a suburb of Tokyo called Ginza. If ...

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This 3 star hotel, located in the Ochanomizu/Suidobashi/Iidabashi area of Bunkyo, is near Tokyo Dome City, Tokyo Dome City Attractions, Tokyo Dome, and LaQua.
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