Tokyo Yayoi Kaikan

Address: 2-1-14 Nezu , Bunkyo, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 113-0031 , Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 2-1-14 Nezu , Bunkyo, is near Ueno Park, Ueno Zoo, Shitamachi Museum, and Toshogu Shrine.
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Time to help out!

A travel blog entry by jared.screen on Sep 07, 2014

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... countries. In 2012 a massive earthquake happend in Iwate, Japan. Alot of homes were destroyed from the earthquake and alot of kids are living in temporary activity camps. I am going to help support the kids in the activity centre by sharing my culture and encouring the kids independance. The organisation working along side volunteers for peace is called NICE and they have alot of workcamps located around Japan. The cost is $500 to volunteer for 2 weeks ...

Day 303/307 - Arigato Gozaimaaaassss!

A travel blog entry by wanvigdot on Jun 15, 2014

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... 8220;cat cafés” in Japan. She found one in Tokyo, placed it on the map, found the directions and, there we were, in the “Calico Cat Café” in Shibuya. It was a “different” place. We had to take off our shoes and wash our hands well (I think they were afraid of us making the cats dirty!) and we spent one hour playing with cats, taking pictures, observing their behavior and feeding them. ...

Becoming a resident / first day at school

A travel blog entry by morganpretswell on Mar 11, 2014

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... so local) bolognese! Today was my first day in the office.  I attended training in the morning and met my team in the afternoon.  I spent some time reading about / analysing equity linked notes, but headed home by around 7:30.  Sushi and strawberries for dinner.  I never thought I'd say a bad word against the Great British strawberry, but they could ...


A travel blog entry by guykb on Sep 28, 2013

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If you're in Tokyo when a sumo tournament us on then you'd be crazy to miss it. Well, we're not crazy. I had pre-purchased the tickets months ago and we were all really excited to see it. The tickets are a day pass and you can go for as long as you like. We chose to arrive around 3 and stay to the end at 6. We had a few hours to fill in so decided to go to Harakuju with the idea of visiting Yoyogi park with the weirdly dressed people. But we didn't make it ...


A travel blog entry by kevinandjoan on Oct 19, 2012

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... busy shopping and entertainment area, The streets were full of walkers and cyclists. This has been a particular annoyance in Japan. The cyclists do not stick to the cycle paths and can whizz past you, almost knocking you off your feet. Like London, they go the wrong way up one way streets, jump red lights and generally are a nuisance. One can never relax whilst walking.

Shinjuku is like it is in films, all neon lights and weird ...