Tanashi Daiichi Hotel

Address: 4-24-19 Tanashicho, Nishitokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 188-0011, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 4-24-19 Tanashicho, Nishitokyo, is near Ghibli Museum, Inokashira Park, Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum, and Chihiro Iwasaki Art Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Nishitokyo

Tokyo, Japan.

A travel blog entry by globetrotter92 on May 29, 2015

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We both woke up on the first alarm that was set this morning, which is unusual for us. Well, me! We were up and ready, we had eaten our yoghurts to help us going a little; all by 3.50am and down to reception to get the taxi to the airport. Last night our flight got rescheduled to Kuala Lumpur from 6am to 7am, I tried to change the taxi but the guys at receipts on said 4am was fine to leave for the airport and there were sometimes traffic jams at that time on the ...

Watching the sumo

A travel blog entry by daisy_and_alex on May 14, 2015

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... the ranks progressed, and by Makuuchi level it was taking 4 minutes of the wrestlers lifting their legs up, bending down, suddenly turning back to their corners to grab some salt to throw and purify the ring, etc etc.

In the afternoon things started to get busier. There was an air of excitement in the previously deserted stadium, and in the outside area stalls were set up, with plenty of ex-sumo wrestlers around or manning them. At 2:20 pm the ...

Japan - Tokyo

A travel blog entry by amanda.lynn26 on Oct 03, 2014

... at that made caesars! This place was about 1meter and a half wide and maybe 4 meters deep. Just enough for the bar on one side and seats on the other. We even had nachos which was probably my favourite part. It was a really fun night, we made it home around 5am.

The train/subway system is so efficient here, everything is on time and most trains leave every 4
minutes. It is a complicated system with multiple rail companies which can be confusing at times seeing as ...


A travel blog entry by tbugs1 on Sep 27, 2014

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... Kannon. We had to pass through the Kaminarimon or "Thunder Gates" to enter the Nakamise-dori, which is the approach street to the temple. The street contains shops on either side. This is then followed by the Hozomon or "Treasure House Gate". There is a Shinto shrine within the complex as well as a pagoda.

You can read more about it here:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sensō -ji
http://www.senso-ji.jp/about/index_e.ht ml

At ...

Arigatou gozaimasu, tokyo!

A travel blog entry by kirbywaller on Jul 10, 2014

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... around for a SIM card. pretty tricky to come by. seems like japan is strict about letting foreigners have access to their wifi. by 3pm, i figured out the SIM thing and gave eating a whirl. i was so intimidated all day by the 100% japanese menus posted everywhere. i mean, sure there are pictures and wax figures, but i'm so weird about meat. i would die if i accidentally ordered chicken heart or something. seriously considering vegetarianism. anyway, found a ...