Shinkoiwa Park Hotel

Address: 1-1-3 Shinkoiwa, Katsushika, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 124-0023 , Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Koto/Edogawa/Shinkoiwa area of Katsushika, is near Akihabara, Yanaka, Kameido Tenjin, and Kameari.
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Travel Blogs from Katsushika

Osaka meet up

A travel blog entry by andrewy on Jul 10, 2015

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... famous dish the Takoyaki, or cooked octopus ball, covered in benito and sweet sauce. Other than being a bit too hot, it's delicious. Now the sun is getting really hot with humidity , we decided to move indoors so The baby won't be so hot. After buying a few books and 2 erasable ink pens, we ate at this Unagi restaurant. The lunch set comes with u Nagy or eel over rice. And a bit of dashi or flavor. The Unagi is not like the ones I had in the frozen sealed ...

Day 93-96 - Tokyo we are here!!!

A travel blog entry by annadave on Apr 14, 2015

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... us to wait upstairs. Check in is late everywhere in's strange. We went into the common room where there were lots of other people too. From 3:30pm the guy on reception started to come up and take people to their rooms. We were left until last and after it was past 4pm Dave went down to reception but no one was there so we guessed they would come soon. After 40 minutes we were still waiting so Dave went down again and it seemed the guy forgot us. He then took ...

On the road again

A travel blog entry by cazmar on Apr 12, 2015

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... word to anyone even at lunch I just had to take plates off the conveyer belt. I ate close to Tokyo's famous fish market, the freshest sushi you can imagine! This was whole new experience- I know we have places like it in the UK, but I've never been. Taking plates off a conveyer belt while two chefs work at an alarming speed in the middle making fresh sushi. Solely rice, wasabi and the freshest fish it was definitely out of my food comfort zone, but well worth ...


A travel blog entry by mjhalls on Jan 02, 2015

Made our way to asakusa by train. Another temple where we threw coin for some reason that we did not know. Then enjoyed ourselves walking around the shopping district. I wanted to buy another scarf so we wondered into a shop. I bought a scArf and got given a lucky dip I think because of the new year and I was lucky and scored 2 x 500 yen vouchers so I swapped them for a hat! We then wondered into a small supermarket and browsed around looking at all the strange foods ...

Phew, What A Scorcher!

A travel blog entry by cathalchu on Aug 23, 2014

4 comments, 4 photos

... as the best in the world, there seem to be a couple of glaring errors; like interchange of train lines usually entails trekking along several hundred metres of passageways and tunnels rather than strolling across to the adjacent platform. Or how supposedly interchanges are actually entirely separate stations, requiring you to clear one ticket barrier before passing through another. And yet it works, and not only works but is spotlessly clean too. ...