Nishitetsu Inn

15-18 Nihonbashi, Kobunacho, Chuo, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 103-0024, Japan | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Tokyo Station/Ginza/Nihonbashi area of Chuo, is near Ueno, Bridgestone Museum of Art, Bank of Japan Currency Museum, and Mitsukoshi.
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    Travel Blogs from Chuo


    A travel blog entry by amanda.lynn26 on Sep 29, 2014

    2 comments, 107 photos

    ... finding in Japan. We spent a large amount of our time there tasting the food-many sea food- and checking out the other shops. I found a teapot which I purchased, it is so cute and tiny. Actually now that I think about it, I bought a lot at the market, mainly food like spices I haven't found in China, and sauces that were delicious. The shop keepers were so friendly. Side note- I have traveled a fair amount and realize that most shop keepers are friendly, obviously because they want you ...

    Busy day sight seeing!

    A travel blog entry by mitchell.t on Sep 04, 2014

    4 photos

    ... the galleries here. The museum is open 9.30am - 5pm Tue-Thu year round, to 8pm Fri (Mar-Dec) & to 6pm Sat & Sun (Mar-Sep) and costs 600 ($6 AU)for Adults, 400 ($4 AU) for school students and free for children and seniors. Places such as the museum offer great educational experiences for school groups. The students will be able to wonder around throughout the ...

    Pop Culture Tour

    A travel blog entry by pandasphere on May 29, 2014

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... a butler cafe. Butler cafes cater to women and their fantasies of being a princess. They are very strict on their rules on timing, how to call them (by bell), what can and cannot be photographed, and general proper procedure for a princess and her butler. Not only is it quite a strange experience on its own, it was even stranger with 3 men at our table! I may have to call Barry "My Prince" from now on, haha. Anyways, we ate lunch there and ...

    In Search of Goths, and the Top-End

    A travel blog entry by mickq1 on Mar 23, 2014

    6 photos

    ... but found the street more akin to Collins Street or Rodeo Drive. After another let-down, we decided to split up, with the girls heading towards Fabric Town again, and me in search of Japanese display food. We have mastered the trains now so getting to the other side of Tokyo is easy.

    Had a wonderful time wandering around what could only be called "kitchen town". Everything you ever wanted for ...

    Patient Arrival in Japan

    A travel blog entry by ditchthecube on Sep 12, 2013

    3 photos

    ... him because he couldn't make a U-turn this time of day and we should go across the street to save money. Ok, that might be the first and only time a cab driver has ever turned me down for inefficient routing, I like it. After crossing the street we got the "correct" cab and made it to our traditional style inn (Ryokan). That is, the cheaper kind, not the full blown $500/night type place.