Ota Ace Hotel

Address: 2-31-1 Kitamagome, Ota, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 143-0021, Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ota

Crashing with a Cousin

A travel blog entry by paablo on Aug 28, 2014

... and shrines to visit, the choice was overwhelming and it was hard to pick what I wanted to do tomorrow. The Tokyo Sky tree (large tower built for tourism observation) seemed like a good option but it was closer to hostel and it was a cloudy day.

Nobuku arrived home, yelling 'Hello Paul' enthusiastically from the first floor. I ran downstairs to greet her as we exchanged pleasantries. We enjoyed Andrews previously prepared Thai Chicken ...

Assorted Friday in Tokyo

A travel blog entry by pandasphere on May 30, 2014

1 comment, 13 photos

... in the obvious ways (tall, steel highrises instead of short, wooden houses) but also there was substantially more land to be seen due to all the reclamation. Why stop at 350m when you can go to 450m? We didn't see a reason, so we went up to the second observation deck which actually spirals around from 445m up to 450m. It was a pretty neat design and could see everything from even higher! We were pretty happy that we made it this time.

After SkyTree, we ...

Taking in Tokyo

A travel blog entry by mickq1 on Mar 26, 2014

6 photos

... was minimalist and dated.

Back to our rooftop bar around the corner for a g&t before training to Shinjuku-Sanchome. Decided on a restaurant in Lonely Planet guide called Donjaka. Another lesson in finding ways around Tokyo. Address is 3-9-10 Shinjuku and we were quickly scratching heads. 10 refers to the building number (and none of the buildings have numbers), 9 is the block number (and none of ...

The beautiful Mt Fuji

A travel blog entry by karennhollard on Sep 28, 2013

5 photos

... the lake. We had a fabulous trip across the lake with blue skies and glimpses of Mt Fuji. It took us half an hour to reach Hakone machine and once we got off Steve and the kids enjoyed some fresh corn as they watched the ducks on the water. We then wandered around the town looking at the little shops selling woodwork and jewellery... We were planning on spending the afternoon at the indoor onsen water park but once we got there we realised it probably wasn't worth it. So ...

Made in Japan

A travel blog entry by funkymonk on Apr 26, 2013

... over and over again, as I walked through the deserted streets of the Sumida neighbourhood towards my hostel.

Initially I had put the emptiness of the streets down to a combination of the weather and the day of the week but as I found as out the week went on, this is just a very quiet corner of Tokyo.

Sitting down for a spot of internet use was most tempting but the insistence of the Russian gentleman sitting opposite me that he enthusiastically pick his nose ...