Hotel Akabane

1-4-18, Akabanenishi, Kita, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 115-0055, Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kita

Made in Japan

A travel blog entry by funkymonk

... on-the-spot gesture that had me grinning for about two hours.

The route I took bore little resemblance to the one the hostel has on it's website but I still ended up outside Asakusa Station where I was supposed to be, looking at the 'blue bridge'. It was Saturday morning and what probably would have already been fairly empty streets were even quieter due to light rain, which did nothing to wipe the stupid grin off my face or hamper the excitement. "Yes Tokyo!" I said ...


A travel blog entry by robboinspace


... It was halloween.

  • Nobody, surely, is more creative with costumes than these guys! I saw people dressed as typically Japanese robots and mechs, people dressed as disney characters, folks combined in a three-person costume, people dressed as (yes) iTunes gift cards and so much more. Unfortunately, it was at this moment of visual crescendo, this rapturous ending to my search for the weird and the different that Marta's camera finally ...

Hot Mess

A travel blog entry by ofraza


... a chorus of angels or something to let me know which one it is. Ah well, I have reservations in the restaurant at my hotel tomorrow night and supposedly there's a really great view of this mythological mountain. I was very happy to get back here. I really love this hotel. I just don't love being up on the 42nd floor (the lowest of the guestroom floors, hehe). It makes me dizzy! I know because I spend plenty of time with my forehead against the glass just staring down. ...

10 ways to do Tokyo on a Budget

A travel blog entry by whichwaynow2011


... about the craziness of the city. The buddhist temple of Sensoki in Asakusa is also worth a look. The surrounding area is much less high-rise than others and with a bit of imagination you could guess what pre-WWII Edo may have been like.

10. Tsujiki Fish Market

Towards the end of our trip we awoke at an rather unholy hour and dragged ourselves to the largest fish market in the world. As both of us have an aversion to ...

Day 37: Couchsurfing for the First Time

A travel blog entry by alanstrange5

... herbs in it that they believe is
good for you. I had to get out a couple of times to go to the shower
to cold of but so did Ryo so it was alright. We stayed in for about
20 minutes but in that temperature it was defiantly worth the 450
yen. We then headed back to his and I think are going to get ready
for bed.

I know that he can only
stay with me until midday tomorrow so I’m not sure what the day
will hold in store for me. ...


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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