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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    Osaka meet up

    A travel blog entry by andrewy on Jul 10, 2015

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    ... who are now doing huge business n the Dotonburi strip. He opened several small shops selling souvenirs especially to the Chinese tourists. Things such as heat retaining cup, fridge odor absorber. I am thoroughly surprised the Chinese merchants do extremely well globally, doing all kinds of business and make good money. They are in every country I have been to, despite not knowing the local language well, still manage to make a good living. Next I tried out ...

    Day 93-96 - Tokyo we are here!!!

    A travel blog entry by annadave on Apr 14, 2015

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    ... dishes added to his. The ladies were so sweet and interested in us, even though they barely spoke english. Eventually we tore ourselves away and got back into the rain to carry on our search. We walked in so many different areas but we barely came across any accommodation. Eventually we found Tokyo Backpackers which had a twin room spare, more than we had wanted to pay but we had walked for 5 hours and we'd had enough. They said check in was at 4pm and it was around 3pm ...

    On the road again

    A travel blog entry by cazmar on Apr 12, 2015

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    ... to be a reason. For me, these moments of weakness are just as important, proving to me that although I'm doing the right thing travelling for the year, I am a home bird really! Anyway, the evening before Becky and Hannah flew out we had a delightful afternoon shopping for gifts, specifically Shinkansen related gifts and flavoured kitkats. Success was achieved in both missions and they headed home. The day Becky and Hannah flew out I spent the whole day barely ...


    A travel blog entry by mjhalls on Jan 04, 2015

    ... of the majesty in gliding around. The big Buddha once had a temple over it which was washed away in a tsunami. It is massive and lovely to look at. There was incense burning and not the horrible Indian smelling ones but quite pleasant smelling. Japanese people on arriving would bow to the Buddha and say a prayer. I am looking once more out our window at the snow laden tree branches. It is starting to get dark and there are some lights on a tree from Xmas probably. It is just so..o ...

    Phew, What A Scorcher!

    A travel blog entry by cathalchu on Aug 23, 2014

    4 comments, 4 photos

    ... journeys to Japan mainly taking me to Osaka, Fukuoka etc.

    There’s not a lot I can say about Tokyo that hasn’t already been said before. A sprawling mega metropolis of 35 million people that can lay claim to being the most bewildering, frenetic, overpopulated and endlessly fascinating city in the world. Getting around it simple, once you make sense of the intimidating-looking subway. Though for a public transport system ...

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