Hotel Fukuya

7-5-2 Ueno, Taito, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 110-0005, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Ueno/Asakusa/Ryogoku/Adachi area of Taito, is near Tokyo National Museum, National Science Museum, National Museum of Western Art, and Shitamachi Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Taito

Day 7 - Tsukiji, Imperial Palace and Skytree

A travel blog entry by apat on Jan 21, 2014

2 comments, 14 photos

... and my personal favourite of the outer markets, the knife sellers.

By the time we'd made our way through the outer markets, Veronica was sick of it already, and having no interest in the fish market, we agreed to meet in 2 hours at a Starbucks we'd passed on the way out of the train station. I didn't realise it at that stage, but I'd need much less than 2 hours.

I can see why the fishmongers at Tsukiji despise the tourists. It really is ...

四つ日: Fourth day: Tokyo Finish

A travel blog entry by remiroquai on Sep 08, 2013

5 photos

... go to Tokyo's most famous (and commercial but who gives a damn) onsen, Oedo Onsen at Odaiba, an artificial island built mainly for entertainment, with a beautiful rainbow bridge connecting it to the mainland, the world's second largest ferris wheel, Hot springs and much more. Read wikipedia on it to know more, it really is special.

I went to the Onsen not really knowing what to expect. I went inside, was greeted by cuteness in the form of two pretty ...

Kitchen Town, Shopping and 7-11: Tokyo Day 3

A travel blog entry by kelseyandmike on Aug 17, 2013

1 comment, 16 photos

... purchase we started making our way back to the subway to continue on with our day when we stumbled upon an old temple in the middle of the neighbourhood. It was styled in traditional temple architecture, with a sloped roof and wooden beams. But what was different about this one in comparison to the others we've seen in Tokyo and Korea is that it looked extremely authentic. Most temples today are recreations of ones from hundreds of years ago because during wars and ...

Made in Japan

A travel blog entry by funkymonk on Apr 26, 2013

... for buried treasure changed my mind. Suddenly, I remembered I actually don't mind a bit of rain, so I went looking for the supermarket instead.

Sauntering along the streets with my hands buried into the hoodie's pocket, things seemed the same but different. It was something I struggled to nail down all week and it continues as I write this. Little differences and I don't mean just the exquisite written characters which are so foreign to anyone who speaks a Latin language. ...

Crane Games in Tokyo

A travel blog entry by justln on Oct 25, 2012

15 photos

After spending a month or so with family in Taipei and China, things were all sorted out and I was headed towards my last destination of my 6-month long journey: Japan.

I've studied abroad here for a few months in the 3rd largest city of Japan, Nagoya; however, I had never been Tokyo! Of all the places to miss, I missed out on a big one.

Part 1
So here I was, back in Japan again! I met up with my friend, Philip, at the airport and took the train to our ...