Shinjuku Park Hotel

Address: 5-27-9 Sendagaya, Shibuya, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 151-0051, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Shinjuku/Nakano/Suginami area of Shibuya, is near Tokyo Metropolitan Government Office (TMG), Golden-gai District, Isetan Department Store, and Hanazono Jinja Shrine.
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Travel Blogs from Shibuya

Day-01b: Harajuku, Gyoza and Lots of walking!

A travel blog entry by kenwood on Oct 09, 2014

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... when we started to book all things Japan so it was our mission to find t for lunch. I don't know what it is with men and directions but even after 4 years away Jim had us there in no time! And boy was it worth the trip! We both ordered miso cucumbers, and a beer. James then ordered us a bean sprout meat dish (kinda tasted like spaghetti bolognese without the pasta) and some steamed and some on fried gyoza. Ah-may-zing!!! By golly - I hope we go black there. And everyone of ...

Day 1 in Tokyo

A travel blog entry by puchala on Jul 18, 2014

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... the large 100 lane bowling alley that was there was replaced by a huge indoor amusement park. We showed our kids the building (but didn't go inside) and talked to a lady that was coming out of the "International Kids School" that was now on the ground floor. Boy i would have been so much nicer if Tanja could have worked there instead of the school that was 1 1/2 hours by train that she worked at when we lived here. We decided to take the kids to the new theme park that was ...


A travel blog entry by xriricchi on May 13, 2014

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... costs ¥478 and I buy with a bill of ¥1000, they'll give you (probably) a ¥500 coin, 3 ¥10 coins and 2 of the 1¥ coins. I have no idea on what to do with the ¥1 coins. I probably need to pay only using coins one time. P. S. I found Vocaloid and Pokemon CDs, was tempted to buy, but ¥4900 is quite a lot, if you can get it on the internet ...

Back to Japan!

A travel blog entry by kworld on Apr 14, 2014

11 photos

... of a huge metal building slap bang in the middle of the UNESCO world heritage site at Nikko. Someone had even painted a temple on the outside over the doors to help it to blend in. Once I had bought my temple ticket, I was ushered into this building, much to my confusion. It eventually dawned on me that this metal building had in fact been constructed around the entire temple which is under refurbishment until 2020. So a temple in ...

First Day in Tokyo

A travel blog entry by usatexan on Sep 19, 2013

3 comments, 33 photos

... buy a ticket for out of a machine and then pay for your purchases with the ticket rather than yen. Bicycles are parked all along the walks and at stores. At first they look as if they are not locked, but then I see small round locks that go just around the back wheel near the saddle. Tokyo is a large, but very clean city. There are not trash cans anywhere, though. I carry my trash around with me all day looking for a can on the walk somewhere. How do the streets stay ...