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

Daddy and Me!

A travel blog entry by jamiekrussell on Oct 25, 2013

116 photos

... mishap as Dad looked for his subway ticket which we never could find and had to repurchase.
We took the subway to the other side of the city where I introduced Dad to the wonderful convenience of convenience store lunch. This gave us plenty of time to make it to our next destination, Mt. Okura. We planned on taking the bus and had some help from 4 or 5 older Japanese women who were trying to get us where we needed to go but their instructions were different from the ...

Get Your Ninja On

A travel blog entry by kelcarmichael on Jun 11, 2013

72 photos

... the restaurant. Only in Japan!

After all the insanity of the weekend, I was much less efficient with the time I had on my own while Mariko was at work. However, even just successfully navigating the Tokyo subway by myself was an achievement. My plans to go up to the top of the Tokyo Tower for views of the city were scuppered by Tropical Storm Yagi in the western Pacific causing poor weather in Japan. I also tried to go the ...

Museum, maids and moments in heaven

A travel blog entry by gothgoes on Dec 22, 2012

... National Museum, reveling in the beautiful artwork and unique military artefacts. The museum is a wonder for those who love Japanese history including many pre-Buddhist ceramics and a gorgeous Edo and Meiji artefact collection. Stop by the Prince Takamado Netsuke Collection for ...


A travel blog entry by dawn.meiklejohn on Jun 30, 2012

5 photos

... read my blog). English signage has greatly improved, and at the bigger stations there have even been English speaking aides to show you how to use the system. Even though I knew, I was so happy to see them, after having had frustrating times in years past, that I let them show me everything and thanked them profusely. There are now guard rails along the tracks to prevent accidents. The rail gates open simultaneously with the car doors. Only one full day left in ...

First blog from Japan: Tokyo

A travel blog entry by sabrina_berkamp on Nov 17, 2011

2 comments, 22 photos

... speak some basic English. And when you enter a shop, the staff will greet you with a polite 'irasshaimase' which means welcome or something. When you ask someone for directions, they will say 'thank you' when you understand and thank them. Really nice and welcoming. Downside: things are expensive here. A train ride from Tokyo to Kyoto on the shinkansen (bullet train) which last about 3 hours: 130 euro!!! A 20 minute taxi ride: 40 euro! A 30 ...

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