Hotel Lumiere Kasai

Address: 5-41-20 Nakakasai, Edogawa, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 134-0083, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Koto/Edogawa/Shinkoiwa area of Edogawa, is near Tokyo DisneySea, Ikspiari, Tokyo Sea Life Park, and Subway Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Edogawa


    A travel blog entry by kirs_t_t on Feb 27, 2015

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    So a couple of fails on this leg...starting with the hotel. I was a bit nervous about the bedding situation and rightly so. I booked semi-double beds for some reason thinking that was Japanese for twin...turns out it's just a double so that meant 3 in 1 bed and 2 in the other bed for the next 2 nights. Lucky the kids are small. I definitely need to …

    10 hour layover in Narita, Japan

    A travel blog entry by jhinthorne on Jul 08, 2015

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    Today we actually thoroughly enjoyed our stay in Narita, Japan. We looked on TripAdvisor if there were any tours for a day in Narita or a long layover like ours. Sure enough, there was one that is really well reviewed! We booked it with the Man Katsumi that runs the tours a while back and today we were picked up by him at 930am after going through Japan Immigration and sleeping for an hour. Our July 8th is about 36 hours long because of the dateline so we made ...


    A travel blog entry by karenfrances on Mar 11, 2015

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    ... light colours and laces hanging everywhere. Seriously. Even the guys looked like anime, with their side-sweeping long hair and awesome jaw structure.

    We visited the Meiji, Toshogu and Sensoji structures. Meiji Shrine was the largest and felt most authentic, Toshogu Temple was the most impressive with its vibrant colours and golden foil, and Sensoji Temple (the oldest temple, built in 546) ) was the busiest and coolest. We were in ...

    Blood of the Samurai

    A travel blog entry by garyclifton on Oct 16, 2014

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    ... yarn of how these Samurai, who lived in an age where their profession's time had passed, were scattered and redundant after their master was executed. He was a nobleman at court and tradition had it that if anyone fought a duel in the palace, then both protagonists would be executed. Well he was, but the old man with whom he crossed swords was spared and continued to live in Edo. The leader of the Ronin was despised by his own men, the other Samurai, because he went on a ...

    Dalian to Tokyo!

    A travel blog entry by lkglover on Sep 17, 2014

    ... I am so happy to be here! In the airport all the staff were so cute a friendly. Everyone is so softly spoken, doing their cute gesturing towards where you should go. In the airport I bought my first Japanese Starbucks, and the staff drew a cute face on the cup! I took the high speed Keisi skyliner from the airport to Ueno to meet my glorious friend Nils, who now lives in Tokyo. When I was on the train I realised the ticket lady had only sold me a ...