Grand House Chang Tee Hotel

Address: 2-32-4 Ikebukuro, Tokyo, Kanto, Japan | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Ikebukuro/Akabane/Itabashi/Nerima area of Tokyo, is near Sunshine 60, Sugamo, Times Spa Resta, and Zoshigaya Missionary Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Tokyo

Osaka meet up

A travel blog entry by andrewy on Jul 10, 2015

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... most famous tourist street. We walked up and down the street and had a nice chat. They told me the recent rend of massive groups of Chinese tourists coming to visit Osaka and buying all kind of souvenirs along the way. Since the Chinese tourists easily spend tens if not hundreds of thousands yens on souvenirs, the shop owners now showing big signs that they accept Chinese Bank card Yin-liang, amazing. As we walk down the street, we met up with Mr. Lu's high ...

10 hour layover in Narita, Japan

A travel blog entry by jhinthorne on Jul 08, 2015

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... of those extra hours! We took a tour to see the 50-acre temple complex in Narita, the quiet Narita downtown, took some pictures in authentic kimonos and ate the most delicious lunch either of us had had in a long time! We also toured around the countryside a bit seeing the rice fields and the gorgeous and luscious green landscape that makes up most of the country of Japan. Our lunch was one for the books! We asked our driver to take us to a local place ...

Birthday boy

A travel blog entry by andrewy on Jul 08, 2015

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... cream, Chinese, Korean ryoli. Since we are dressed in yukata, we pay for the meal by scanning our locker badge and pay once we leave the facility. I ended up having something light, a curry rice and yaki chicken gizzard with some snow fluff ice. Then we played the Taiko drum game and threw a ninja star game. Now it is time for Onsen. The. Style here is more Japanese. The Onsen is the salt water flowing from under ground but heated. After trying several ...

Final day in Tokyo

A travel blog entry by wanderinghands on Jul 05, 2015

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... When back on the ground it was back into the metro to take a train to Sugamo and wander Jozi-dori St. It is apparently the equivalent of Harajuki for the elderly. And yes, it is! I am certainly not ready to wear those clothes yet and my Mum doesn't either. We did enjoy the walk though and found it quite humourous. The street was covered in streamers which made it very vibrant and we were strongly encouraged, almost pleadingly, by a man in the street to come into a ...

Take-a-what-street??

A travel blog entry by tomandhayley on Mar 25, 2014

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... corner of Tokyo obsessed with fashion and music and all things gothic. Not only is it a place, but Harajuku has become an identity for many young Tokyo-ites (try watching a Gwen Stefani music video to see what I mean). The Harajuku 'scene’ is centred around one main avenue called Takeashita Street (a fantastic name, I’m sure you’ll agree). Takeashita Street is a tiny back alley, crammed full of the weirdest, most colourful and wonderful ...

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