Toyoko Inn Akabane Iwabuchi Ekimae

3-2-2 Akabane, Kita, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 115-0045, Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kita

The Japanese Experience

A travel blog entry by james_ramshaw


... legroom, was free at the front of the plane, so I grabbed those seats shortly before we taxied to the runway. I spread out for the flight and settled in for the nine hour journey to Tokyo Narita Airport. After picking up my bags in Tokyo, and armed with directions of how to get to the hostel there, 'Khaosan Tokyo Samurai', I made my way to the train station. Along the way I had noticed a guy from my flight and introduced myself, his name was Ted, as we were both a bit ...


A travel blog entry by kayteroo


We arrived in Japan and instantly became tourists!!! We had no idea how to get from the airport to our hotel....we didn't quite realise it was a 2hr journey into Tokyo!!
We managed to get ourselves a ticket to somewhere and get on a train....then the train dropped us off at a massive station and we were so lost....we must of been looking very lost too because a nice American girl befriended us and got us onto the train we needed to be on.....onto the ...

Day 9 - So close and yet so far!

A travel blog entry by lauren.midgley

... of someone ending up in jail because of this). Panicking we saw the train inspector arrive to inspect tickets. We casually drew out our standing tickets and without handcuffs he asked us to purchase the full priced tickets. Feeling utterly embarrassed the two of us sat comfortably in our seats for the rest of the train ride. We arrived at the airport unsure of what terminal to get off at but I was sure it was terminal 1 but Nat wasn't sure what she said earlier. Going with ...

Shinjuku Gyoen National Gardens, then home

A travel blog entry by ahartry


... nasty "Haw! Haw!" of the giant black birds that seem to be everywhere in the city.

Eventually, it was time to head for the airport. We returned to the hotel, got our luggage out of storage, were escorted to the metro level by the bellman, then got on the train. Our journey was one stop, change, then one stop … easy, especially as it was not rush hour. Arriving the train station, we found the JR ticket office without too much difficulty. ...

A very long day, ending (almost) in a love hotel

A travel blog entry by eastin80


... Tom and as the lift was taking too long I decided to take the stairs. If there had been a fire (or an earthquake) we would have been in big trouble. The stairways were blocked off by big boxes and other large flammable items and I had to squeeze sideways against the wall to get past them all. When I got back to the room I told Tom, that I think that I have found my dirt x seediness threshold. If it was just this dirty I could handle it, I have stayed in far more grimy places ...


This hotel, located in the Ikebukuro/Akabane/Itabashi/Nerima area of Kita, is near Sunshine 60, Kyu-Furukawa Teien, Sugamo, and Times Spa Resta.
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