No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
Photos of Hotel Yanagibashi
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Yanagibashi Taito
Travel Blogs from Taito
Vi troede, at vi havde indstillet vores indre ur til Japan-tid, men det viste sig, at vi havde brug for en god omgang søvn. Vi vågnede nemlig først omkring en 11-tiden.
I dag gik togturen til Harajuku, der ligger knap 20 minutter fra vores nærmeste togstation.
Planen var at tage til Harajuku på en søndag, for at fange nogle af …
Vi startede morgenen tidligt, da vi godt ville nå til Disneyland Tokyo, før alt for mange unge fik fri fra skole. Modsat de andre gange jeg (Sørine) har været der, var det udenfor den japanske sommerferie og derfor var der kun minimale køer til forlystelserne. At stå i kø i 15-45 minutter var ingenting i modsætning til de 2 timer man sagtens kunne …
I've spent the last few days wandering around Shinjuku, getting to know my surroundings and getting lost on several occasions. Having accidentally left my coat in Thailand, I set out on Saturday to find a new one. Instead I managed to find the Kabukicho red light district.
It took me a while to realize where I was. Japan seems full of sexual suggestiveness in general and, unless you are able to decipher ...
... looking like they are in some kind of Japanese pop band or Manga characters strangely. Definitely interesting seeing all the hostesses dressed up in their PVC nurses and maids uniforms.
The next day we went to Harajuku, home to the Meiji-jingo shrine - which was lovely, especially since we got to watch a Japanese wedding. But we were more interested in visiting Harajuku to see the Costume Play Gang that gather each Sunday dressed up full goth make ...
... temple, including the original pagoda caps, statues of Kannon and many pieces of Buddhist art centred mostly on great teachers who took the pilgrimage to India to learn from the great gurus and brought back many of the first sutras to Japan.
The rest of the museum is filled with endless pieces of art and artefacts from throughout Japanese history from Jomon pottery through to high Edo period artworks. I ...