Olympic Inn Shibuya

2-22-6 Ohashi, Meguro, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 153-0044, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Shibuya/Aoyama/Ebisu/Meguro area of Meguro, is near Hachiko, Omotesando, Shibuya, and Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography.
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Travel Blogs from Meguro

The View From Here

A travel blog entry by lindsaypund on Jun 14, 2014

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... able to look back and understand even a little bit of how the pieces of the plan are perfectly ordered for good. -- My travel to Beijing is in two parts as I had an overnight layover in Tokyo. In the morning before going back to the airport, I walked around the neighborhood near the hotel for a bit. I took pictures of anything and everything that caused me to raise an eyebrow or tilt my head. I have more questions than explanations, so check out the pictures and ...

Robots, Tits & Cherry Blossoms Galore

A travel blog entry by mattcgilbert on Apr 03, 2014

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... been happier with the size of the **** soaked cubicle i was sleeping in however for a behemoth like Jason i can imagine the disappointment he would have felt at the tiny square he was calling his room for the next 2 nights (after we found him that is). It came time to hit the Kirin's (our new favorite Japanese beer), pick up Jason, who had finally replied on Facebook after having to squat in a hotel elevator to charge his phone and find ourselves a bar for the ...

When the trains rattled the sushi out my chopstick

A travel blog entry by imrannaser on Nov 15, 2013

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... on to my next site.Catching the next train brought me to Asakusa, where I found a much more colorful and visually delighting Sensoji Temple and the Asakusa Shrine. Walking down to the temple, I almost felt like time rewinded itself for a minute as I felt like I was in a much older Japan thanks to the feel of the architecture, street layout and the people all around me running around selling Japanese products. Walking through the shrine and the temple, ...


A travel blog entry by clcatsam on Jul 27, 2013

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... br> Our last half day in Tokyo we spent revisiting Senso-ji and going to the Imperial Palace. We wanted to go back to the Senso-ji Temple in the daytime and wander around Asakusa. When we got to the temple two cute schoolgirls stopped and politely asked us if they could interview us for their school class. Their teacher was with them and told us they were English students and wanted to practice. We said of course we would love to talk to them and answered their ...

Tokyo National Museum

A travel blog entry by wheresgordon on Mar 16, 2013


... first floor contained a variety of Japanese artworks. There were rooms of sculpture, lacquerware, metalwork, swords, ceramics, modern art and modern decorative arts.

I headed for the second floor, which is pretty much an introduction to Japanese art history. Their collection includes works from the early Jomon period through the Edo period. I was sorry I had ...