Pearl Hotel Kayabacho

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

Robots, karaoke, maids and other stories...

A travel blog entry by turnernz on Oct 09, 2014

... and others were ritually ruined. I vowed to return. The plan from here was to stay awake all night and head to the world's largest fish market followed by sumo training but, unsurprisingly given alcohol intake, this never quite happened and I did not surface until nearly 10...

However, Friday was far from disastrous as I managed to rouse myself for a jaunt around the Imperial Palace, to which access is hugely limited, and the - now deserted fish ...

Tokyo history lessons

A travel blog entry by 1q84 on Sep 06, 2014

27 photos

... waiting in lines quite a lot in Tokyo, esp. for someone like me who pretty much only walks to and from the car near the office - and sits in a chair for the majority of time awake.

Today (Sat.) I ended up getting horribly lost again - a recurring theme of this trip is long, awkward/unintended detours to get to the right place - and ended up in a suburb-y area of Tokyo and walked a few miles just to get back to the main city.

I used the largest building ...

Lost in Transition or Wedgy to the Edgy

A travel blog entry by jrsherman81054 on Jul 07, 2014

10 comments, 58 photos

... appear, inviting calm serenity, a retreat to nature. Small gardens, parks, walkways seemed to be far more abundant than the amount of land available could provide. Temples and castles were beautiful and rejuvenating, such was the case at the Meiji Shrine and the surrounding forest, spectacular in every way nature intended. The forest walk culminated with a visit to the ...

Robots, Tits & Cherry Blossoms Galore

A travel blog entry by mattcgilbert on Apr 03, 2014

4 photos

... to try and find that massive famous intersection we had all seen with the giant neon signs and oceans of people as far as the eye can see. We hopped on the subway and worked our way towards the dead center of Tokyo. After hours of aimlessly wandering the city trying to find the famous crossing we decided to abandon the search and head to the imperial palace... actually we looked the crossing up on wifi and found out we weren't even remotely close so we ...

Hanging with the Crowds in Kamakura

A travel blog entry by balkans2009 on Nov 23, 2013

74 photos

... it not too far after the transformation, so yet again we got off the train, went back to Yokohama, and found the REAL train to Tokyo. All in all not a big deal, but the extra hour or so of travel felt alot more after the early start we had that day coupled with all the site seeing and dealing with crowds!

Spending all that quality time on the commuter trains allowed us to check to weather forecast for the upcoming days, and that led us to ...