Hotel Mac Nishi-nippori

Address: 5-26-18 Nishinippori, Arakawa, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 116-0013, Japan | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the Ueno/Asakusa/Ryogoku/Adachi area of Arakawa, is near Ueno Zoo, Tokyo National Museum, Rikugien, and The Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Arakawa

    Shrine on you crazy diamond, 1-24 (24 hrs, duh)

    A travel blog entry by nbd.finn on Oct 08, 2014

    45 photos

    ... br> We ate the skewers, chatted with the locals, then felt like moving on to another place. We picked another place and sat down while ordering some drinks. Here, in our somewhat inebriated state that we picked up from the last place we sat down at, we met Asaf Weis, who was in town for a packaging exhibition, as in the packaging you throw away after you’re done with your pre-packed meal. We chatted a bit, drank plenty, and each went on our merry ways to catch some highly required shuteye.

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    Be it ever so humble

    A travel blog entry by christine.a on Sep 12, 2014

    2 comments, 7 photos

    ... to be remedied before we could take off). Not an energizing start to a 13-hour flight. But we arrived safely at Tokyo Narita Airport late Thursday night, then took a train to Tokyo Station, another train to Yotsuya Station, then walked a few blocks to meet Marika - our very sweet slum lord, at her dance studio full of cats. Had I been less burned out at that point, I would have taken ...

    One wicked city

    A travel blog entry by adamwilson4 on Apr 12, 2014

    15 photos

    ... 12ft high. There was a Marshall-arts show in one of the temples room which we could all watch. I spent some time here to watch this. After the Marshall-arts finished I slowly walked down Nakamise street. There were tons and tons of souvenir shops as well food stalls. The reason why I was walked slow was because It was packed with tourists. Some of the souvenirs looked really nice. If was going home after Japan I would of bought some. I did how ever look for ...

    Take-a-what-street??

    A travel blog entry by tomandhayley on Mar 25, 2014

    44 photos

    ... inside another dessert, we hadn’t eaten any dinner so we got the train back over to Asakusa and went to try something a little bit different for dinner. One of the most popular meals in Japan is called okonomiyaki and is basically a mix of cabbage, onions, prawns or meat that is mixed into an eggy pancake batter and then cooked on a griddle pan and covered with a sweet BBQ sauce, mayonnaise and benito flakes. When you go into an okonomiyaki ...

    On The Plane Take II/Ramblings

    A travel blog entry by kwesty92 on Aug 30, 2013

    2 photos

    ... the vernacular, which can be deciphered using the “Singlish” iPhone app. I can understand the English spoken professionally fairly well, but at places like hawker centers, the accents and colloquial phrase use become so heavy that it takes some serious effort to decipher what people are saying. It took me probably a month to figure out that it was always the same simple question of “Are you having here?”, ...

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