Tokyo Banyan Hotel

Address: 1-44-3 Oi, Shinagawa, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 140-0014, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Shinagawa/Kamata/Haneda area of Shinagawa, is near Happoen Garden, Jimbocho Bookstore Area, Meguro Parasitological Museum, and Hara Museum of Contemporary Art (Hara Bijutsukan).
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          Toddlers, Trains, Tokyo

          A travel blog entry by gingerschilling on Jun 14, 2015

          1 comment, 12 photos

          ... on maps and signs. The train system is so complex with so many stops and lines that finding the stop you want on a map is challenging. Fortunately there's an app or 3 for that. Google Maps will tell you what train to take and what platform. However, the train at that platform when you arrive may not be the right one. Read the train and signs carefully even if it means waiting for it to switch to English or you may take a 40 minute detour on what should've been an hour trip. Some of ...


          A travel blog entry by j-sworldtrip on Apr 29, 2015

          53 photos

          ... dressed in human clothes which were pushed in pushchairs (which seems to be a big trend in Tokyo at the moment). We saw some awesome Onitsaku Tigers trainers in Silver and gold (I (Jasper) had to hold back and resist buying them!). Finished the day with a traditional Japanese meal in a traditional restaurant overlooking the bay. We had soba noodles, sushi, egg and soup (all cold, which it's meant to be!). Later we went back to the hotel for a great spa session ...

          Strolling through the Imperial Palace Gardens

          A travel blog entry by chrismcg on Mar 23, 2015

          30 photos

          ... over a little bridge, and passing the Ote-mon Gate, it is much more secluded. Many of the walls and buildings in this area have been repaired over the last 15 years or so. The walls, which are made from huge blocks of stone, are very high. Inside the gate there are a couple of guardhouses. The first one is the Doshin bansho guardhouse, one of three still remaining. Samurai guardsmen kept constant watch on the members of a visiting lord's retinue. The second, ...

          The Journey Begins

          A travel blog entry by analily89 on Oct 23, 2014

          ... br>
          Nearly had heart failure coming through customs. The guy was taking sooooo long when processing my residence card that I thought I had major problems, especially when another man came sprinting into the booth... turns out his printer had broken.

          The hotel I was at was pretty rad, especially for the low price. Couldn't really work out what anything was in the mini dairy. I'm terrified I'm gonna end up eating like shark or even beef! One thing I do find ...

          It's nice to speak some Japanese :)

          A travel blog entry by sazuni on Jul 02, 2014

          ... children from a school close by. Suddenly one girl was looking at us and said: Japan? (In English) And so I answered her in Japanese: Japanese? Yes. And then she came and (following conversation was in Japanese) asked me if I wanted to fill in an enquiry and I agreed to do so. Then she called the others and got surrounded by kids from 10years old(?) And they helped me to answer the questions. It took some time but it was really fun to do ...