Hotel Sunline Kamata

Address: 7-25-5 Nishikamata, Ota, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 144-0051, Japan | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the Shinagawa/Kamata/Haneda area of Ota, is near Kawasaki Daishi Heiken-ji Temple, Jimbocho Bookstore Area, Hara Museum of Contemporary Art (Hara Bijutsukan), and Soji-ji Temple.
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Travel Blogs from Ota

An oasis of calm

A travel blog entry by louisekeen on Oct 13, 2014

1 comment, 157 photos

... back streets, the grey of the buildings broken here and there with the greens of tiny street gardens. A breakfast stop at McDonalds and our server bowed as we entered, and bowed as we left. Bowing was something we were to encounter often over the following weeks. Bowing and beaming smiles, people helpful and courteous at all times. Cars behaving like cars should, giving way to pedestrians, sticking to lanes and road rules. The other thing that struck us was how ...

The Flight - Lunch

A travel blog entry by the-kents on Aug 28, 2014

4 photos

... teaching me that) and am satisfied with my meal as they take it away. I finish my tea and am waiting for someone to come back for my glasses and tablecloth-yes, tablecloth-but instead they bring me ALL NINE of those little boxes! Of course I played it cool (cough) and acted like of course I knew more was coming! I was just tired of having a napkin when I gave it away with the last dishes. As I'm staring down at the dish I start to remember bits of ...

Sightseeing at Top Speed

A travel blog entry by ellengoeseast on May 29, 2014

138 photos

... in much the same fashion, and lots and lots of tour groups. I spent ten minutes admiring the sun bouncing off the red painted buildings and then got the hell out of there.

The Tokyo Skytree is hard to miss. I had spotted it even as I was wandering around the Senso-ji area, and figured after all the walking I had done that day, this little wander would be a breeze. It was further than I thought though, and by the time I had made it there, purchased my ticket, and got ...

Tsukiji Fish Market, Imperial Gardens etc

A travel blog entry by lb12 on Feb 04, 2014

23 photos

... eating there when we first saw it. When we got back to the restaurant it had gone from empty, when the Australians left, to having only two empty seats, just for us. The restaurant only sat about 12 people. I opted for a basic salmon and tuna dish. While at the auction I had overheard an American telling a New Zealander that there were usually three grades of tuna on most menus. Based on the price I paid (1500) I got the cheapest one. It was ...

Touring Tokyo, Finding Fuji

A travel blog entry by pugetview on Aug 30, 2013

21 photos

... and Japan is a country of aging citizens) are riding bicycles on the sidewalk or walking, even in the heart of Tokyo, making it feel, to us, friendly and easy-going.





Another change from forty years ago is the physical size of Japanese people. I remember being able to see two blocks ahead on a crowded sidewalk because I was so much taller than everyone else. But today's young Japanese are taller and huskier than their ...