Hotel Mystays Nippori

Address: 5-43-7, Higashi Nippori, Arakawa, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 116-0014, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Ueno/Asakusa/Ryogoku/Adachi area of Arakawa, is near Ueno Zoo, Tokyo National Museum, National Science Museum, and National Museum of Western Art.
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    Travel Blogs from Arakawa

    Day 2 - Arcades in Akihabra

    A travel blog entry by costin on Mar 29, 2015

    15 photos

    ... offered a double capsule, most capsule hotels are men only. After a fairly long walk, with a backpacks on, in what was actually a much more humid environment than we had expected, we were both suffering pretty heavily from what we presumed was jet lag. We knew it flew in the face of recommendations for dealing with jet lag, but we were both insanely tired, so took a nap in our capsule for a few hours, hoping it would give us enough to get us through the evening. ...

    Tokyo - Neon Lights, Anime Girls and Game-Corners!

    A travel blog entry by ginanao on Oct 06, 2014

    158 photos

    ... food dishes as well! We tried all sorts of food which we wouldn’t have had usually including octopus, dried fish, chicken bones and strangest of all, chicken bum-hole. Yes we tried it all and apart from the slimy octopus it was all very tasty! We had some normal dishes as well like prawns and fish which oddly enough Liam wouldn’t try despite already eating the bum-hole of a hen! We made the most of our all you can drink of course and had a really good laugh with Nat ...

    World's Biggest City

    A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Aug 23, 2014

    1 comment, 24 photos

    ... The ruling shogunate decided to move the capital to Edo and change the name to Tokyo. The complex comprises of multiple temples and functions as a seminary for nembutso priests and novice monks.

    Following lunch I head to the National Showa Memorial Museum to learn about life in Japan during World War II and the time immediately following the war. Then up to Yushukan Museum and Memorial. The Yushukan Memorial is ...

    Back in Tokyo

    A travel blog entry by markhurwitz on May 06, 2014

    3 comments, 4 photos

    ... was as well. Shopkeepers and street vendors would just motion nicely to get your attention and then bow in respect if you didn't come into their store. It's amazing how seamless the transportation system runs. They are able to run massive numbers of people with very few jams. Japan obviously does a lot of things right. The only thing I saw that they don't do correctly is drive on the wrong side of the road (sorry to all of our Australian & Brit friends). Sayonara, until next ...

    In Tokyo

    A travel blog entry by tbugs1 on Oct 25, 2013

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... only 880 yen (about AUD$10) and I am a bit too stingy to pay AUD$60 for a Lowepro bag. Besides, the Lowepro one is a bit too bulky and you can't remove the straps. We went to another floor to hunt around. If I couldn't find anything here, Yodobashi would be the next bet. Just by chance, I spotted the Panasonic case. I have the larger version for my other camera. The price, however, was at 4860 yen or a princely AUD$55 or so. Oh well, what the heck, it's only ...