Super Hotel Tokyo Kameido

Address: 2-13-6 Kameido, Koto, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 136-0071, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Koto/Edogawa/Shinkoiwa area of Koto, is near Edo-Tokyo Museum, Kameido Tenjin, Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo, and Construction Tools and Wooden Frame Museum.
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      Tokyo - unplanned

      A travel blog entry by tannerhall on Dec 31, 2012

      ... out Japanese flags, so when the family came
      out we all waved our little flags and cheered. Lots of fun! Couldn't
      understand any of the speech but it was quite short so I imagine he
      was just saying something along the lines of “Happy New Year! Have
      a prosperous year and take care of each other!”.
      We went back to the ski store district
      to try and buy Salmon shoes but the store that had them was the only
      store in the whole street that was closed. Then ...

      A busy day in Chuo

      A travel blog entry by gothgoes on Dec 29, 2012

      ... day.

      Not wanting to repeat our 2 hour trek for food I had read up on the guidebook that the place to eat was the top of the Mitsukoshi department store. Department stores in Japan always have a restaurant ...

      What a fascinating city

      A travel blog entry by brenton-alan on Jul 08, 2012

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... and gently touch his head for
      The months turned to years, and still Hachiko returned to Shibuya
      Station daily at 3 p.m., even as arthritis and aging took their toll.
      Finally, on March 7, 1935 — nearly ten years after last seeing Professor
      Ueno — the 12-year-old akita was found dead on the same spot outside
      the station where he had spent so many hours waiting for his master.
      Hachiko’s death made the front ...


      A travel blog entry by kstubbs97 on Jan 08, 2012

      102 photos

      ... almost alien that I can sense but haven’t yet quite nailed down. Maybe it has something to do with the West’s idolisation of the individual, the Great Man in History principal, whereas the Japanese seem to value the strength of the group or the team more than this. And that has a distinct impact on how you view times as well I think as it makes you plan and consider life not just in respect of your own existence but from a generational perspective. The Japanese ...

      Museum time - Ueno and the crazy world of Roppongi

      A travel blog entry by benno1985 on Apr 28, 2011

      14 photos

      ... t in the end though as it would have been nearly 8km - a nice japanese man in the street flagged over a taxi for me and explained to the driver that Gaijan-san needs to go back to Nakano and off I went.
      Japanese taxi's are good - they're clean and efficient but unfortunately also EXPENSIVE - they charge you 710 yen before you even move, all up it was about 3250 yen to get home ($35), I then stumbled home and jumped into bed - ah finally time to rest :)


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