Hotel Sanroute Patio Omori

Address: 3-33-3 Minami-Oi, Shinagawa, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 140-0013, Japan | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Shinagawa/Kamata/Haneda area of Shinagawa, is near Oedo-Onsen-Monogatari, Jimbocho Bookstore Area, Hara Museum of Contemporary Art (Hara Bijutsukan), and Museum of Maritime Science.
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    Travel Blogs from Shinagawa

    Things I've learned

    A travel blog entry by sk4r4m4ng4 on May 26, 2015

    ... to see what's out there.

    There doesn't seem to be that many motorbikes here despite the dominance of the three big bike companies. Loads of scooters, one particular one looks like something out of the Jetsons and loads of bicycles.

    A lot of money is spent on toilets.

    I already knew this but dining out every night is a bit pricey in Japan.

    Japanese are the only people who enjoy queuing more than the British.

    We've seen ...

    Day 2: Tokyo

    A travel blog entry by millieandjames on Apr 06, 2015

    9 photos

    ... see some fish being auctioned just wasn't worth it for us). We raided the leaflets instead, though I'm not sure we came away with any particularly valuable information - though we did purchase Grutt passes which have vouchers for free or discounted entry at various museums across the city. After a few wrong turns we walked along the wall of the Imperial Palace gardens (closed on Mondays!) before settling in ...


    A travel blog entry by amazingraceblog on Jan 31, 2015

    14 photos

    ... types of kimonos we were going to wear for our tea ceremony and that the rest of the day was called a furisode. The woman who would tailor our kimonos name was Chiyo. She spoke both English and Japanese, the standard language (dialect of a language that the politically or intellectually elite seek to promote) Japan. She showed us a mannequin with a furisode on it. She then told us about the different parts of the furisode. I don’t remember all the names of ...

    Tokyo Panoramic Tour

    A travel blog entry by joeandsally on Sep 14, 2014

    3 comments, 21 photos

    ... a wish in the shrine. We also saw two Japanese weddings taking place outside at the shrine. You were also able to write your wishes and they get accepted and posted on wooden boards displayed at the shrine.
    Second stop was the Imperial Palace east gardens. In spring these gardens would be amazing with iris and all the azaleas had passed as well. A japanese tea house was in the gardens. Lots of amazing ...

    Narita to Tokyo

    A travel blog entry by judeandpete on Apr 28, 2014

    2 photos

    ... we saw no more evidence of anything unusual. Our train ride to Tokyo was uneventful and we managed to navigate our way around the station to our Shinkansen without any problems. Then we were off to Koriyama at 233kph. It is a very comfortable way to get around. Why our pollies do not have the vision to get moving on a similar system for our east coast I do not ...