Hotel Sunroute Asakusa
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Sunroute Asakusa Taito
It's been the first day and the hotel staff have been friendly, the hotel's clean and set in a good location with restaurants and shops nearby. The rooms are small but what's expected in Japan. Was impressed with the range of toiletries given and especially with the high tech toilet. :)
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... of the number of Azalea plants out. We then did a rather complicated manoeuvre including a riverbus to get to Asakusa which is a place not to be missed. It has temples, a red pagoda, rows of traditional souvenir stalls and a market undercover which would be a great place to buy kimonos. It's a very picturesque part of Tokyo. Some very buff men give rickshaw ...
... too popular to make a queue for so we thought we’d give it a go. On entering the room we heard machines churning out negative responses but we remained quietly optimistic. We scanned our day tickets and boom out popped two tickets for the big band and the lady supervising looked as excited and happy as us (as did the lady the day previous when we won our disney towels in cosmo world). You know at this rate we may just get into gambling, I really think it ...
... my braised beef and its position in my stomach. Nat told me to toughen up and next thing I knew I was sitting down pulling a massive harness over my head and swallowing very quickly. This was incredibly fun and scary. Thankyou to Nat's persistence of getting me onto a roller coaster. I was extremely pumped by this experience and insisted on finding the other roller coaster. After studying the map we found the Journey to the Centre of the Earth roller coaster and were greeted with a ...
... to see if by any chance they were selling posters. Finally found the bakery and got a couple of loaf of very nummy warm bread for brekkies.
Then we took the train to the Koppabachi or "Kitchen" district, known for its street that sells wares for restaurants, from pots and pans, ceramic dishes, to the plastic food displays. From here, we walked down some narrow streets, passed the three-story building where the Yakuza supposedly have their headquarters, ...
... together under the cover of an outbuilding where the pilgrims cleanse their minds and bodies by the ritual of washing their hands and washing out their mouths we felt blessed to be there. Ten minutes later as the winds picked up and the rain poured through the gullies in the park we decided enough was enough and made our way back to Harajuku station and back to our hotel.
We arrived in our room at around 4:10 p.m. like drowned rats where we waited ...