Forest Hongo

6-16-4 Hongo, Bunkyo, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 113-0033, Japan | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Ochanomizu/Suidobashi/Iidabashi area of Bunkyo, is near University of Tokyo, Kyu Iwasaki-tei Gardens, Yokoyama Taikan Memorial Hall, and Denzuin Muryozan Jukyo-Temple.
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    Travel Blogs from Bunkyo

    "Let's go to the wasabi!"

    A travel blog entry by morganpretswell on Mar 09, 2014

    3 photos

    ... supermarket.  I couldn't, for the life of me, find the wasabi so I asked a shop assistant. I said "wasabi ni itte kudasai", which I thought meant "please take me to the wasabi", but Hiro later advised that I must have sounded very enthusiastic because it translates as "let's go to the wasabi!".  The shop assistant spelled out the katakana ...

    Tour Summary - Japan: a cycling paradise

    A travel blog entry by velojim-japan on Oct 19, 2013

    10 comments, 5 photos

    ... a near requirement on these types of roads. Plus, there are many tunnels in Japan. However, all that being said, once you hit the quiet mountain or rural roads, it is bliss.

    In summary, it has been a great tour, plenty of kilometres cycled and elevation gained, many delicious meals, friendly people met and lots of wonderful scenery - the mountain ridges, river valleys, little rice farming villages and quiet forests. Also, lots of time for self reflection to ...

    Sumo and Sushi in Tokyo

    A travel blog entry by blair~rachelle on Sep 26, 2013

    1 comment, 41 photos

    ... out there as to the reason why. The most plausible, in my opinion, is a quote I'm lifting from an article. “What looks to foreigners like a high incidence of bowleggedness among Japanese is really just a racial tendency to lower legs that curve outward, perhaps combined with a cultural preference for a slightly pigeon-toed’s easier to walk when wearing kimono if you turn the toes slightly inward. That also produces what has long ...

    G-Cans Tunnel Project & Omiya

    A travel blog entry by wheresgordon on Feb 20, 2013

    ... in this area. It does this by buffering water in five huge underground, vertical cylinders. A tunnel connects the bottoms of these cylinders so water can flow between them. When the cylinders fill to the level of the large underground viaduct at the level of the top of the cylinders water is fed to an enormous pump that pumps the water up and into a nearby river that does not have a ...

    Galavanting Gaijin

    A travel blog entry by thecurries2012 on Nov 19, 2012

    150 photos

    ... around the world, we had to visit Shinjuku which is the home to Kabukicho, Tokyo’s largest red light district. Unsurprisingly the red light district is very well disguised amongst the bright lights of the big city. Lots of fierce looking men are stood outside innocent looking buildings which we can only assume house sex shows and the red light underworld. This is definitely not an area for ‘Gaijin’ to get involved and I dread to think what goes ...