Mets Akabane Hotel

1-1-76 Akabane , Kita, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 115-0045, Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kita

The world is going crazy!

A travel blog entry by sonia72


Not only do I have to ensure a 9hr wait at Tokyo airport for my flight back to Sydney :/ but they also sent me on a wild goose chase. I bought 2 bottles of special Finnish liqueur for mum & dad at Helsinki Duty Free. The bag was properly sealed, but Japanese airport won't let me have it as carry on luggage because you can only have 100ml bottles. I knew that but thought duty free was excluded. But no! So I spent 2hrs in ...

Awesome Asakusa

A travel blog entry by bellethorpe


... what we had expected we found the main street which had hundreds of 8 story building containing every gadget you could imagine. In one store we went to the 5th floor and started to look at cameras.

Annabelle could not believe just how many there were. For every brand there was a display case full of them and at least one working model to try within each range, it was like heaven for her. She only wished she had enough money ...

Japan: Much the Same

A travel blog entry by shawnbuckle


From 2005 to mid-2007, I lived here. I came back once after moving to Toronto. A return was much overdue, especially since my sister-in-law had a kid and the earthquake-cum-tsunami worried us.

Japanese history is full of change, especially in Tokyo. Change is something not commonly associated with the Japanese, but that is an erred perception. Fires and earthquakes constantly destroyed Tokyo, requiring rebuilds - the 1923 Great Kanto Earthquake being the biggest. ...

Tokyo, Japan - Gizmos, Gadgets, Shrines and Smiles

A travel blog entry by cessna152


... spoke Japanese, and secondly, there wasn’t much to see anyway apart from apartment blocks and a smattering of skyscrapers beyond. Thirty minutes later we alighted at a park full of chirping insects and beautiful butterflies. The place was the Hama Rikyu Garden where Imperial Guards had once come to shoot ducks. “We need to catch a tube now,” I said, “to get to the Imperial Palace.”
The Imperial Palace, I already knew, would be off limits to the ...

Who needs Lonely Planet...we've got LoLo Planet

A travel blog entry by coretour


... Tokyo that we had our first taste of real touristy sightseeing. Having moved to a new hotel we were better positioned to explore the city, with Lois acting as our excellent guide. Harajuku, renowned for its unique street fashion, was packed with the Japanese youth, dressed in a wide variety of different styles. Different fashion stores appear to compete over who can blast out the loudest music and they attract their customers by shouting from the doorways. We retured to Harajuku on Sunday ...


This hotel, located in the Ikebukuro/Akabane/Itabashi/Nerima area of Kita, is near Sunshine 60, Kyu-Furukawa Teien, Sugamo, and Times Spa Resta.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent