Kinuya Hotel

Address: 2-14-28 Ueno, Taito, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 110-0005, Japan | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Ueno/Asakusa/Ryogoku/Adachi area of Taito, is near Ueno Park, Kyu Iwasaki-tei Gardens, Shitamachi Museum, and Toshogu Shrine.
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    Travel Blogs from Taito

    Choo Choo Thomas

    A travel blog entry by tomandhayley on Mar 28, 2014

    33 photos

    ... is very rare). Large corporations will even stake a spot for their entire staff to come after work.

    Walking back through the park is was nice, if not a bit strange, to see everyone tipsily rolling around on their tarp mats, eating from supermarket sushi boxes and singing to invisible karaoke machines. Tokyo had so far seemed like such a quiet and restrained city, so it was actually really heartening to see everyone having a good time and acting so out of ...

    Daddy and Me!

    A travel blog entry by jamiekrussell on Oct 25, 2013

    116 photos

    ... be where and where your final destination is. Pretty cool.
    Back in Tokyo we walked around Shinjuku, which has the world's busiest railway station in the world and is also known for entertainment, shopping and business districts. We found a restaurant that was in the basement of a building and ordered our food from a ticket vending machine. When we got served, Dad and I both decided that it definitely wasn't what we had ordered but we ate it anyway. We walked around for a ...

    Ueno park, relay for life

    A travel blog entry by johnnym on Sep 14, 2013

    8 photos

    ... with paper thin walls, glorious. But the staff. Welcoming at the start, and they made the effort to remember my name. I was one of only 4-5 westerners there, and it seemed like that was typical-many more at Khaosan, with the others more Japanese, perhaps with the exception of Toukaisou. Perhaps just luck. Whenever I went for a run the staff at Toco were impressed, more or less cheering me in yesterday. Ryoko took the time to introduce me to her friends and generally was ...

    Transcendence: Farewell India

    A travel blog entry by bridgetannem on May 14, 2013

    2 comments, 2 photos

    ... of the same world. All mixed together, all world, all me-reminding me every day that I am alive"


    So what is my India? India is one of my greatest teachers, it serves as a reflection of my own mind, showing me the power of choice when Awareness is present. My journey away from fear has led me to these experiences. Traveling India has lifted the veil of illusion exposing ...

    Museum, maids and moments in heaven

    A travel blog entry by gothgoes on Dec 22, 2012

    ... been a perfect window into total Japanese oddities even for someone who considers them self used to Japan.



    We tramp back to Asakusa with sore feet but smiling faces and stop at the ryokan for a quick rest before hitting the local night spots. Some more cheap ...