Hotel Akabane

Address: 1-4-18, Akabanenishi, Kita, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 115-0055, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1-4-18, Akabanenishi, Kita, is near Sunshine 60, Kyu-Furukawa Teien, Sugamo, and Times Spa Resta.
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Travel Blogs from Kita

Japan: Day 3

A travel blog entry by elle-jordyn on Jan 31, 2014

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... us a hotel near by. We used 5 minutes of free internet time to get on the computer, find a hotel, get directions, and book a hotel! It was a hectic process but we figured it out. Another one bed $26 each a night hotel…we were ok with it! Then for almost THREE hours….we were lost. We walked all around Tokyo trying to find Pearl Hotel… were misdirected so many time until we FINALLY ...

Ohio, japan

A travel blog entry by domhnall on Oct 13, 2013

... japanese, and sleeping. made it in good time. found my hostel without any issues. not much to do or see in the neighbourhood, mostly because the sun sets here at 5:30 pm already. I believe I'm by the river so might stroll there at some point. observations: japanese men have no shame carrying purses. I'm average height here. noodle aroma on the streets are much better than KFC ...

Origami samurai and a chocolate squirrel!

A travel blog entry by lmorton on Apr 06, 2013

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... we were all shopped out, we headed to Shibuya to see the Shibuya crossing and had a drink in the world's busiest Starbucks (probably) so that we could enjoy the view - which was brilliant, especially as it was raining so you could just see millions of umbrellas swarming across this busy street. Then we went for tea and now are back at the hotel and about to try this chocolate squirrel thing-I'll try post a picture of this too. It looks ...

Public Shaming

A travel blog entry by gaijingina on Sep 13, 2012

... from sports clubs to businesses.

A Kohai (the protege) must respect and obey his master, who in term must guide, respect and teach the junior.

It first existed in Japanese martial arts. And in the Edo-period even minor offenses could lead to upside down Crucifixion and dismemberment by oxen and carts.

But lets get something straight, whatever you have seen in Kill Bill, Japan is no longer the place where people are beheaded for ...

Konnichiwa from Japan!

A travel blog entry by andyandfran on Apr 05, 2012

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... We were meeting one of my best mates, Joe, who was one of my ushers at our wedding at 12pm so we headed out as soon as we were ready. We were meeting Joe in the area of Shinjuku. We arrived around 11am, which gave us a bit of time to do some much needed clothes shopping! Fran wants us to look at least semi-respectable when we meet her extended family in Korea....well, I wouldn't want to be in their bad books!

We were late for Joe (standard Frandy!) but so was ...

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