Nishitetsu Inn

Address: 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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      Day 2, Tokyo

      A travel blog entry by whitters_steveo on Nov 14, 2014

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      Good evening! Today we covered a huge amount of ground. Chocolate croissants were our breakfast to fuel our day of walking around Tokyo. Most of the morning was spent around the grounds of the Senso-ji, a buddist shrine complex. The market that lines the front has been around for a couple of hundred years which I found quite impressive. The market was filled with ...


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

      2 comments, 107 photos

      ... I had to take a train to another terminal for my gate. There were so many stores, Burberry, Coach, Guess, Gucci -I couldn't resist and with 5hrs to kill I decide to stroll through. Long story short I ended up with a new Coach watch :) So I made it to Osaka. The great thing about Asian airlines is they always serve a meal, bad thing is it tastes awful! I finally arrived in Osaka and was only 30 minutes late. I was able to transfer money there and set off to find Tyler (he is the guy ...

      Day 91: Ramen time!

      A travel blog entry by ryan.lee on Aug 18, 2014

      ... called Hachiko. Apparently it's where everyone meets up to hang out.

      We went to eat at Ichiran Ramen. This was my first time making an order from a vending machine. After ordering ramen to the customers preferred specifications, it outputs a receipt to be given to the waiter who brings it to the kitchen. The seating area is individualized, but the barriers can be folded in so that groups that come in together can still socialize.


      In Akihabara~

      A travel blog entry by xriricchi on May 14, 2014

      2 photos

      ... egg, with rice underneath it and ketchup. I think the rice is also mixed with tomato sauce. I'm really full now. Oh, this was like 600¥ Woah, at the table next to me they have like A LOT. Per person. A person has like a plate of spaghetti the size of dartboard. And I thought mine was already a ...

      Japan: Tokyo, Kyoto & Niseko

      A travel blog entry by haukimn on Jan 14, 2014

      27 photos

      ... and bicarbonate in them (even better for you I'm told). The rooms are beautiful, traditional tatami matted with paper sliding doors and shutters and your futon bed is laid out for you whilst you are at dinner and put away during breakfast. There isn't a much better day where all you do is walk around in your yukata (gown) and slippers, bathe in the onsen, drink green tea, eat amazing amazing food, sit in massage chairs, sleep and repeat again. Sadly this concept is slowly dying ...