Super Hotel Tokyo Kameido

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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    Travel Blogs from Koto

    TOKYO (4/2-4/6) Our First Stop

    A travel blog entry by dianeyokoi on Mar 31, 2013

    107 photos

    ... I bought toy spin tops for the boys, a small mirror and two toothpick holders, one boy and one girl....very cute. Our next stop was a drive through Owakudani Valley for a view of Hakone National Park. We stopped and walked up to the geothermal hot springs, where you could purchase regular eggs that turn black when boiled in sulfur laden hot springs. It has been said that if you eat a black egg, your life will be extended 7 additional years. Inside, the black ...


    A travel blog entry by cstravelling on Oct 16, 2012

    ... male and female. I had a very quick shower the next morning.. Luckily just missed another person coming in :-) in the evening we headed to Akihabara to see the Electric City.. There were huge sky scrapers all covered in lights.. Most of them were gaming places (sega and taito), anime shops and rudey places! Back to the hotel for our closed space sleep! Which wasn't much! Some lovely people turned up late and loudly spoke in the hallways!! All in all a good experience! Next stop... ...


    A travel blog entry by jamesbsavage on Mar 30, 2012

    16 photos

    ... of Tokyo’.

    The Tsukiji fish market, on the edge of Ginza, has a life force all of its own and is a sight to behold. Best seen in the early hours of the morning when the market is at its bustling best this hive of industry is an eye-opener.

    After an hour’s walk around the market, breathing in the fish fumes, visitors are left in no doubt as to the effort and endeavour going on around them as fish of all shapes and sizes are bought and sold, sliced ...

    K' s United in Tokyo

    A travel blog entry by erickvita on Sep 20, 2011

    99 photos

    ... all kids get when doing that ;-) wasn't fun back then, but it's pretty funny now. So we had a small glass of Baileys to remember that night.
    We got up early early in the morning and had a 3 hour ride to Nagoya to the airport. Had a last japanese lunch and then I went back alone on another 3 hour trip.
    It was soo nice to have my parents and my sister here in Japan and experience all we experienced. I still don't really realize it yet, but I'm very glad we were all able ...

    More Dolls on the Fire!

    A travel blog entry by eundel on Sep 25, 2010

    7 photos

    ... industrial incinerator.

    Although my parents haven't stopped talking about the burning with fascination, my mother was horrified by the destruction of the beautiful dolls. I did some poking around and, according to the Japan Times, it seems the Japanese anthropomorphize their dolls more than the average Westerner. Because the dolls are sometimes seen as having spirits or being part of the family, their disposal makes for a difficult emotional situation.

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