Pearl Hotel Kayabacho

Address: 1-2-5 Shinkawa, Chuo, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 104-0033, Japan | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the Tokyo Station/Ginza/Nihonbashi area of Chuo, is near Ginza, Bridgestone Museum of Art, Kiyosumi Teien, and Bank of Japan Currency Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Chuo

The Last Great Destination

A travel blog entry by theactrip on Nov 29, 2014

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... On the waking hours of the long flight we researched the history and the importance of The Sensō-ji Temple. We used our Global Positioning System (A device used to guide a position on the earth in order to lead people on earth to their desired location-- CH 1)to help the cab driver get us there, as he was new to Tokyo. The Sensō-ji Temple is the oldest standing temple has the oldest temple foundation in Tokyo and is also one of ...

Day one of my Amazing Adventure in Japan

A travel blog entry by isabellawhite on Oct 25, 2014

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Konichiwa! I am in Japan now! It took a 9 hour plane journey from Sydney to here. I am in Tokyo staying in an apartment with an amazing view from outside on the balcony. We overlook the clear blue waters where boats sail across making ripples that look like the bumps in the blanket of an unmade bed. Today we rode on the subway to Tokyo's largest park, Ueno, where we wandered along the path and found a temple. Since we ...

What will that toilet do next?

A travel blog entry by christine.a on Sep 14, 2014

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... here to the pit toilet, which is basically a porcelain-lined rectangular hole in the ground with a kind of hood at one end. The idea here is that we are supposed to drop trow (notice I said drop, not remove) and squat over these toilets. I cannot for the life of me imagine how this would fail to result in anything but an embarrassing mess, and travel authority Rick Steves can call me a coward for taking this ...

Tokyo - Obscure but awesome!!

A travel blog entry by livingthedream on Jun 21, 2014

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... the same place every time lining up the doors with the queues of commuters waiting to board. People wait for arriving commuters to exit before they board (The London tube system could learn from the Japanese!!). BUT... catch one at peak hour and you'll soon discover that sardines are actually comfortable in their cosy cans... They pack in. When you think the carriage cant fit one more person in, 4 or 5 more approach, ...

March 19, 2014

A travel blog entry by skippini on Mar 19, 2014

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... had great timing. Off to the tallest building in the world! Tokyo Skytree. At 634 meters, it is certified as the tallest tower in the world and completed in 2011. The elevator takes you to the first level in about 15 seconds. You don't see the outside while you rise up. Just your ears start popping. We didn't even walk around the whole top since the kids were looking at innovative displays and it was time to go. They had ...