Ryogoku River Hotel

Address: 2-13-8 Ryogoku, Sumida, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 130-0026, Japan | Hotel
 
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Location

This 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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      Travel Blogs from Sumida

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

      A travel blog entry by kiyomiran on Jun 16, 2014

      25 photos

      ... really well on lighting and presenting information and it was very interactive. I actually really wanted a job there partly because I'm a certified Open Water Diver... I'd so clean penguin poop for free if I can be around them all day. We were pretty tired after that visit, so we decided to head home. And that's all!

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      How the Hell Do I Get to My Hotel?!

      A travel blog entry by trvstrvs on May 23, 2014

      1 comment, 1 photo

      Well the 23rd for me, started out in an airplane. The day almost disappeared before my eyes because I lost the majority of the day when I landed in Tokyo at 10:30pm local time.

      The 10-hour flight was as luxurious and pampered as you could imagine with fine gourmet meals, lavish seats with tons of leg room, and high-def movies and shows on my own personal HD TV.

      In reality, the food was edible, I couldn't get comfy enough in the seat to where I could get to sleep ...

      A final visit

      A travel blog entry by travelwriter723 on Jan 20, 2014

      1 comment, 2 photos

      ... show the life and social concerns of both the Emperor and Empress through the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The Emperor died in 1912 and Empress two years later. The shrine was constructed in 1920 and destroyed during World War II. The present structure was reconstructed in 1958.

      Like all temples in Japan, the Meiji consists of a main alter and additional alters in smaller, surrounding structures.

      Overall, ...

      Japan

      A travel blog entry by deirdreandbrock on Jul 21, 2013

      1 comment, 97 photos

      ... t always represent the temperature outside. We stopped at a 7-11 (these are on almost every other block in Tokyo) and got the best slushy I've ever had. We walked through Yoyogi-Koen Park and to Tokyo's most visited shrine, Meiji-Jingu. Then we went up the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Office building for a free and great 360 degree view of the city. Afterwards we meet Hide's mother and she treated us to dinner at a Chinese restaurant. This was the first day I didn't ...

      Bloomin' Tokyo

      A travel blog entry by roadtovancouver on Mar 15, 2013

      3 comments, 61 photos

      We arrived to Tokyo from Sapporo after a short 1hr 20m flight with the daunting task of finding our way to our hotel. We boarded a train for Shinagawa which was relatively easy, until we had to make a transfer. Whilst hauling our luggage up and down escalators and flights of stairs, a local saw our distress and helped point us in the right direction. The next train was more of a commuter train and we'd hit peak hour. After ...