Ryogoku Pearl Hotel

Address: 1-2-24 Yokoami , Sumida, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 130-0015, Japan | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Ueno/Asakusa/Ryogoku/Adachi area of Sumida, is near Kokugikan Sumo Museum, Kokugikan Sumo Stadium, and Ryogoku.
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      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

      Travel Blogs from Sumida

      Quite literally at the top of Tokyo (and Japan?)

      A travel blog entry by kiyomiran on Jun 16, 2014

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      ... as much as I love watching games, I also love watching my team win. I cheer for Team Japan and Team USA! USA hasn't played yet at the time I'm typing this, but Japan played against Cote d'Ivoire. If you are a big fan of World Cup, you'll understand why I do not want to talk about that game anymore. But there is still hope for Team Japan! And if not, I'll just cheer for Team USA. Yes, US doesn't get as excited ...

      Tokyo and Mt. Takao

      A travel blog entry by nrdegay on Apr 23, 2013

      ... way down then got cable car for rest of descent. Met Matoko and Yoshiko at station at foot of Mt. at 4.30 and then restaurant provided shuttle bus.The restaurant is quite unique.Set in a small but beautiful valley,it consists of a number of Japanese tea houses reconstructed there,surrounded by many difft types of acer and ...

      TOKYO (4/2-4/6) Our First Stop

      A travel blog entry by dianeyokoi on Mar 31, 2013

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      ... Tokyo, which was shown in the movie "Lost in Translation". Above the intersection are numerous neon advertisements and giant video screens, similar to Times Square in New York. The intersection gets flooded by people walking in different directions each time the crossing lights turn green for pedestrians. We were having trouble finding the hotel's recommended restaurant, so Tom asked a man on the street if he knew where the restaurant was located. The man didn't ...


      A travel blog entry by cstravelling on Oct 16, 2012

      ... finally arrived and found out that it was mainly a Japanese version of American food (not American)! We settled for a club sandwich! Back at the hotel we decided to press a few buttons on the toilet... We tried the spray button and a couple of seconds later the bathroom was getting soaked, took us a while to stop laughing and realise there was a stop button... Whoops! Places visited: Ueno zoological gardens Toshogu shrine Ueno Onshi park Okachmachi Day 3, we checked out and headed for ...


      A travel blog entry by jamesbsavage on Mar 30, 2012

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      ... 8217;; if only this were the case the world over.


      In keeping with the image of the neat, tidy, ‘together’ Japanese people it is worth noting how well dressed they are – not in an extravagantly outlandish way, but in an understated stylish way.

      It comes as little surprise to hear that a young British designer by the name of Paul Smith visited Japan in 1982. Thirty years and over 240 stores later and Japan is Paul ...