Super Hotel JR Ueno Iriyaguchi

Address: 7-9-14 Ueno, Taito, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 110-0005, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Ueno/Asakusa/Ryogoku/Adachi area of Taito, is near Tokyo National Museum, Kitchen Town (Kappabashi), National Science Museum, and National Museum of Western Art.
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    Khaosan World Hostel, Tokyo

    A travel blog entry by matthewbooth on Apr 28, 2015

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    ... tips on his home country Hong Kong. Areas, bars, restaurants, museums and a few contacts noted down, I'm sure we'll be fully equipped for that leg of the journey. Thanks Will! A tube journey later to Heathrow, and so came the main events of this first post- 2 flights including many films and some pretty impressive food! Having not been on a long haul flight since a visit to the USA about 16 years ago (that I don't really remember), I found ...

    Day 2 - Asakusa, okonomiyaki and tempura feast

    A travel blog entry by globalshepherds on Apr 19, 2015

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    ... Gods of wind and thunder help guard the temple on either side of the giant lantern. Erika shot a picture of me here with my hands in the air " I just don't care..." Actually I do care, and despite my flippant and hopefully not offensive hand gestures and poses in these pictures I would hope any local who see's me eat will appreciate my reverence for their country.

    On that note, near the temple are what I ...

    Fuji Q Highland Amusement park

    A travel blog entry by garyclifton on Sep 29, 2014

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    ... the ticket we used to get there, and the Japanese are very vigilant about checking tickets, but there is never a sense that they suspect you of fare evading, no suspicion on their part. It's just their job, and everyone takes pride in their job. The train to Fuji Q was decked out like Thomas the Tank Engine, complete with English phrases, and like everyone of the thousands of train carriages I have seen or ridden ...


    A travel blog entry by picfisjapan14 on May 17, 2014

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    ... and litteraly stood on top of them to get to a metal bit to eat the bread the fish coulnd't reach. Then a turtle came along and wanted to get on the metal bit too but the carp kept pulling it under so it didn't have so much luck. Near there we saw some swan paddle boats - they looked cool.

    We walked to the train station and took the train home. By the time we got home it was 8 o'clock so we had rice again and went straight to bed.

    Hanging with the Crowds in Kamakura

    A travel blog entry by balkans2009 on Nov 23, 2013

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    ... it not too far after the transformation, so yet again we got off the train, went back to Yokohama, and found the REAL train to Tokyo. All in all not a big deal, but the extra hour or so of travel felt alot more after the early start we had that day coupled with all the site seeing and dealing with crowds!

    Spending all that quality time on the commuter trains allowed us to check to weather forecast for the upcoming days, and that led us to ...