Toyoko Inn Asakusa Senzoku Tsukuba Express

Address: 1-15-1 Senzoku , Taito, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 111-0031, Japan | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Ueno/Asakusa/Ryogoku/Adachi area of Taito, is near Asakusa Shrine, Akihabara, Ameyoko Shopping Street, and Kitchen Town (Kappabashi).
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    Travel Blogs from Taito

    Tokyo - Obscure but awesome!!

    A travel blog entry by livingthedream on Jun 21, 2014

    9 photos

    ... a level on a Mario Bros game expecting the waiter to bring me a prize for breaking the high score!! I felt the same way at the train stations as they play similar arcade tunes. Better get in the carriage before time runs out or you'll miss your bonus points!

    Diet - I always thought Japanese were skinny because of their diet of fish, lean meat and rice, but I now know it is because of how much they walk between ...

    In Tokyo

    A travel blog entry by alleyeagle on May 31, 2014

    5 photos

    Today we visited the Yoyogi Gardens with the Meiji Jingu shrine. We had been afraid that being the weekend it would be a bit crowded and certainly a lot of locals were there but it gave it a good sense of being the place to visit. It also gave us the chance to observe a wedding ceremony and people dressed in traditional dress. You could pay to go into a garden ...

    Day 7 - Tsukiji, Imperial Palace and Skytree

    A travel blog entry by apat on Jan 21, 2014

    2 comments, 14 photos

    ... and stimulate your culinary urges.

    If you're looking for that kind of review, I apologise. You might want to skip a couple of paragraphs.

    To be honest, I hated it.

    The outer markets, or what I saw of them, were good. Very narrow corridors, and all manner of food vendors, most (if not all) of them specialising in seafood as you'd expect, selling their freshly cooked, or in the case of sushi, freshly purchased and cut up, ...

    15 reasons why I love Japan

    A travel blog entry by jenflorido on Jul 03, 2013

    20 photos

    ... flush kicks in. All in all, these buttons make a otherwise mundane task an experience! 3. Wabi sabi style. I admit that I stole this phrase from the lonely planet but it does describe Japanese style of perfect imperfection. You see it in their fashion, their decoration at home, their gardens and their food. Everything is simple, moderate, clean and slightly quirky. 4. Thank yous and bowing. Even when you're being told off in Japan, you are given a bow, ...

    Leaving for, and arriving in, Japan

    A travel blog entry by kahdrill on Jun 11, 2013

    26 photos

    ... and some cola. I was, to say the least, hungry since I had not had anything to eat since breakfast 5-6 hours prior to the "lunch". At least the bread helped a bit.
    Arriving in Moscow I was getting hungry again. But there was not much choice in places to eat at, and all their prices was in their currency, which I don't know the exchange rate of, so I had no clue what things cost and therefore I did not buy anything. I figured that since we were going to get food at the ...