Hotel Pine Hill Ayase

Address: 4-9-1 Kosuge, Katsushika, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 124-0001 , Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Ueno/Asakusa/Ryogoku/Adachi area of Katsushika, is near Ameyoko Shopping Street, Yanaka, Kameari, and Drum Museum (Taikokan).
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Travel Blogs from Katsushika


A travel blog entry by amanda.lynn26 on Sep 29, 2014

2 comments, 107 photos

... here. The people here where masks not to protect themselves from the air, because the air is so clean, but rather to protect those around them from catching their cold, or germs. Wasabi, is not the same as what we in North America consider wasabi. Japanese wasabi is a route that is grinder into a paste, and it actually spread onto the sushi during its preparation. Often times soya sauce is also glazed on the top. Therefore, you simply have to pick it up and pop it in your mouth, it is ...

Walking around in Tokyo

A travel blog entry by sigersted on Jul 29, 2014

9 photos

... that I otherwise wouldn’t have seen .... I-(

On the way home to the hotel I pick up some "bento" meals. These are small packed meals which can be eaten raw or has to be microwaved. They are not expensive and are quite tasty. I knew of these meals through Japanese movies and Anime.

Steps / strides today : 16629

Cherry on the cake

A travel blog entry by nathanandclare on Apr 01, 2014

67 photos

... park) and wandered through all the Sakura trees. That evening we went into Shinjuku to have a look around and get into city life. The way Tokyo works just makes sense, it's the little things that they do right which makes a huge difference, like getting on a train for instance. Everywhere else, when the train stops and people are trying to get off, the people waiting to get on don't let the carriage empty first- they just barge past the exiting passengers, but in Tokyo, not only ...

So far so good!

A travel blog entry by bastlk on Nov 30, 2013

10 photos

We say good bye to Tokyo.
A hectic, cool and suprising city. The Japanese people are very nice. They are helpful and friendly. In the stores, they have the BEST customer service, something more of our retailers could learn from.
We stayed in a suburb called Shinjuku. A place where we called home for six days. The area is very built up, with high rises, and not too far was the Goverment building, where we saw great views of the full city.
Shinjuku is also ...

Theres a first time for everything!

A travel blog entry by seb-zazu1993 on Jul 20, 2013

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... dish of raw meat, normally fish. The Japanese are accredited to having a healthy diet and after that meal I can see why. Never before have I gorged on so much food and then felt healthier after. Plus it tasted incredible. Following the fish market I headed off to visit Shinjuku park in the centre of the city. Now I've been told that during the 50s and 60s the Japanese had a reputation for making cheap rip offs of western ...

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