Hotel Theater

1-22-11 Oji, Kita, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 114-0002, Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kita

First day sightseeing in Tokyo

A travel blog entry by wheresgordon


It looked pretty bleak out when I first got up. I decided I wanted to do something inside. Unfortunately, many museums are closed on Tuesdays but I noticed there were a few in the Ueno area (the area around my hotel) that were open. The National Museum is in the neighborhood but I decided I'd visit it on a Friday in March when it's open late. I thought I'd go to three of the smaller ones today.

The Daimyo ...

A day of lots of trains

A travel blog entry by dwmjmm


... we managed to work out what we needed to do to change to one which was going all the way and we arrived at Kita-Kamakura which is about a 30 minute walk out of the town and the location of the first of many temples we went to see today (I think if we were staying in Japan for any longer we’d need to have some temple free days - we are definitely getting templed-out). First the Engakuji-Temple, then the Kenchoji Temple and finally the Hachimangu Shrine ...

End of the Road: The Land where Everything Speaks

A travel blog entry by teamham


... to the country's eccentricities when she lived here), Japan seems to march to its own beat. The concept of anything not being accompanied by some sort of sound is as strange as eating sushi with a knife and fork. Everything talks - escalators, vending machines, rubbish trucks, toilets, name it, it speaks. The bus warns you when it' s about to turn left. The busy streets of Tokyo enjoy piped music creating a theme park-type atmosphere and every time a subway ...


A travel blog entry by kmac55


... night.

I telephoned Jim’s friend, Randy, who lives in the Tokyo suburbs, way out west. I would be leaving this two-by-four haven of coziness in two days to join him. Randy is from Madison, Wisconsin. He and Jim met as college students and eventually moved to New York at the same time and for a short period were roommates. They fell out of touch until the early nineties when we ...

The Last of Kyoto and on to Tokyo

A travel blog entry by dmarek


... so crisp in this heat – THEY don’t have huge wet
splotches on THEIR clothes.



This hotel, located in the Ikebukuro/Akabane/Itabashi/Nerima area of Kita, is near Rikugien, Sunshine 60, Kyu-Furukawa Teien, and Sugamo.
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