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 Battledore Museum.
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          Travel Blogs from Koto

          Tokyo - technology and surprises

          A travel blog entry by reids on Nov 14, 2014

          20 photos

          ... one was their physical model of the internet. They used black and white balls to be either 1’s or 0’s and physical domes that routed the balls to different locations. Most probably not everyone’s idea of fun but I would have loved to play with it when I was trying to understand how it all works. The androids were very well done but a little creepy. Their facial expressions kept on moving and they just sat there looking around. The ...

          Lost in Translation

          A travel blog entry by zuleima on Mar 21, 2014

          37 photos

          ... people were not willing to serve us when we went to go eat. We also had to make sure that the menu had pictures of the foods since nothing was in English. I must admit that Tokyo was probably one of the most difficult cities to navigate in due to the language barrier. Overall, I was happy I got to experience the city of Tokyo, but would I come back? Not unless I had someone who spoke the language to help with translation. The whole time, I was just lost in translation...

          Zen and the Art of Subway Travel

          A travel blog entry by karennhollard on Sep 21, 2013

          4 photos

          ... man the school crossings to make sure they get to school safely. There is a system for everything and it all seems to work very efficiently. The man at the icecream shop waits to serve as you place your order in the ticket machine, pay and take your ticket to give to him. It's been tiring negotiating the trains and the crowds and the language barrier but we are loving it so far and the kids are soaking it all ...

          Turning Japanese, I really think so!

          A travel blog entry by magsandsi on Apr 13, 2013

          3 comments, 36 photos

          ... and you pick the one you want. Then you face a machine kind of like a parking meter, you pop your Yen in, hit the buttons that correspond to your dinner (luckily they have pictures), it gives you a ticket that you hand to the door attendant and then you wait outside until she calls you in to a table. Your food arrives a moment or two later. It's eating out without all that fuss and nonsense that happens when you have to talk to people. Wonderful.

          Japan is ...

          Hello Again Kitty

          A travel blog entry by andrewjerome on Oct 18, 2012

          2 photos

          ... wasn't! After going through the turnstile, the machine took one of my tickets without returning it. We each started with two tickets each and we had no idea which one it took. Fortunately we were still able to get by with the other pass athough we were sure we would be bailed up by the transport police.

          When we finally reached Shibuya, we walked around the area and Ted thought it would be a good idea to go to Shinjuku next. It wasn't! ...

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