Toyoko Inn Asakusa Senzoku Tsukuba Express
Travel Blogs from Taito
Wow the beds in Japan are STIFF. I slept really well though because I was so freaking tired. Rachel and I woke up at about 7 and actually felt great, minus the lost luggage of course. After a shower and use of what can only be described as the worst tasting tooth paste ever (Gum brand too... it was the only one I recognized, tastes …
Although the Ryokan was very cosy, it was always freezing as you woke up. So I jumped out of bed and stuck the heater on full blast. It was nice to jump in the onsen to warm up. Managed to catch some half english news whilst munching some brekkie. The temperature had significantly dropped over night and there had been pretty heavy snow over night. …
Here are some photos. I'll upload more when I've got more time.
... tall, but in 1963 they started to build bigger buildings in preparation for the 1964 Olympics. Lunch time was at the Asakusa Sky Grill and buffet and bar. It is on the 26th floor. It has an amazing view with really good food. They had tempura, crab, great scallops that were grilled, shrimp, salad, sushi, and great desserts. It was a really nice lunch. It was about $30 per adult and $20 for kids. After lunch we headed to the Ueno science museum. ...
accidently and luckily were in Tokyo for the height of the Cherry Blossoms,
which debuted a few weeks earlier than usual just for us. We also happened to come the same week as some
of other colleagues, so we spent each day travelling with a different group of
people, which proved for a chaotic, action-packed week in Tokyo.
One thing that became very clear very quickly is how big a
city that Tokyo is, not only in terms of population, but ...