Toyoko Inn Tsudanuma Eki Kitaguchi
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Photos of Toyoko Inn Tsudanuma Eki Kitaguchi
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Toyoko Inn Tsudanuma Eki Kitaguchi Funabashi
Travel Blogs from Funabashi
... a few different foods along the way. Noel had a steamed bun and I had a sponge cake with bean curd in the middle. Again very strange, it was ok but wouldn't have again. When we reached the temple there was people in traditional dress. We thought they were geishas but they were just people dressed up in the traditional clothing. You very rarely see a geisha as they are professional entertainers and are usually kept away in exclusive clubs. At the ...
... really original rides and even some bigger rides which Disney doesn’t usually do! As a result I really enjoyed it and I think even Liam did as well! I even managed to persuade him to come on one with a 360 loop! It made me remember why I love Disney so much, it takes me right back to childhood and makes me feel like a big kid again! Running around a life-size castle with Liam exploring every little nook and cranny and getting excited when you see a character walk ...
... with talk, text and data packages since phones locks you to a carrier. The only viable option for travellers is to get a data SIM card, like you might do for a tablet of wifi internet dongle. We found a 'foreign traveller’ SIM card that came with English instructions but our hopes were quickly dashed – the card only lasted for 14 days, which would not cover the remaining duration of our trip. We would have to get a data SIM card from a local carrier.
... the weeks experiences.
Narita Express to the airport terminal...so easy, the Japan Rail Pass took us to the check in desks.
A great trip, some new friends and a plan to return for cherry blossom, Kyoto sightseeing and a few more day in Tokyo and with luck a better look at Mt Fuji.
... and pretty intense and is intertwined with the JR train system that we have relied on up until now. We made a few false moves, but with the help of very kind station personnel, we made it to the famous Tsukiji fish market. We were not there for the early tuna sale (You have to get there by 5 am to catch that); we just wanted to wander the market. So we arrived triumphant that we had beat the subway system to find that it was a fisherman's holiday, so ...