Hotel Linden

3-5-10,Yushima, Bunkyo, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 113-0034, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Ochanomizu/Suidobashi/Iidabashi area of Bunkyo, is near Yushima Tenjin Jinja Shrine, Yushima Tenmangu, University of Tokyo, and Kyu Iwasaki-tei Gardens.
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Travel Blogs from Bunkyo

Sushi and beer for breakfast

A travel blog entry by kim.orlesky on Apr 21, 2014

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... not appetizing. I found it better when I mixed it with the rice. After breakfast I decided to head out to Ueno Park. On the way there the train stopped at Rojoku, and I jumped off. I was told that Rojoku was the neighbourhood where all the sumo stables were, and I knew there would be some training with the upcoming matches in May. If I was lucky enough to find one maybe I could peer into a window. You can watch the trainings, but the arrangements need to be made ...

A big day.

A travel blog entry by ianandkathryn on Jan 15, 2014

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... random in all directions, bicycles, postie type motor bikes (haven't Honda done well with that design - the beetle of the 2 wheel world), and delivery trucks everywhere.
Next on the list was the reclaimed island in Tokyo bay of Odaiba. This is a museum, University and amusement hub. We started with the Science and emerging Technology museum which has lots of interactive displays and activities. After lunch we moved on to Mega ...

To Tokyo, Greeted by rain

A travel blog entry by johnnym on Sep 03, 2013

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... to find food. Within 10 minutes not only was I asked directions to the station but could answer-positive attitude, an expectation that things will work here, or just being ready for a new country; I don't know why, but I'm expecting great things of my time here. Possibly it's because from here I have no plans other than parkrun, Muse and cricket in Australia starting November, and that freedom is making me giddy. Or it's that squirting water (please stop, ed.). It helps that ...

Tokyo: Where Compasses Go to Die

A travel blog entry by kristinrust on Apr 14, 2013

3 comments, 36 photos

... The temple was pretty, but seemed a bit soulless to me. Most are there to give prayer offerings of coins and pieces of paper tied to string. The Japanese are not a particularly religious people, and the temple to me was dead and very loud.

I walked around for ages trying to find the subway, and I'm not afraid to ask for directions, but it was rarely fruitful. Oddly enough an Argentinian helped me find the way. The subway map looks like some ...

Culture Shock

A travel blog entry by jinx44 on Sep 14, 2012

2 comments, 38 photos

... was surprisingly smooth. It travels along at an average speed of 140 mph. We made a few stops before getting to our destination, Ninohe, Iwate (pronounced knee-no-hey, Ih-wah-tay). The automated voice announced our stop was coming up so we gathered our luggage and made our way down the aisle. Apparently Ninohe is a tuck-and-roll stop. Once we made our way to the exit, the train started moving again. What can you do but laugh, get off and the next stop and head back, ...

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