Toyoko Inn Kamata Higashi-guchi

Address: 5-18-4 Kamata, Ota, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 144-0052, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Shinagawa/Kamata/Haneda area of Ota, is near Kawasaki Daishi Heiken-ji Temple, Jimbocho Bookstore Area, Hara Museum of Contemporary Art (Hara Bijutsukan), and Soji-ji Temple.
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    Travel Blogs from Ota

    Konichiwa Tokyo!

    A travel blog entry by mackenziestrips on Jul 06, 2015

    11 photos

    ... The first thing we saw when we got there was a woman in a wedding kimono. It was Shinto wedding (Shinto is a ancient Japanese religion). She was really pretty. We saw several of these weddings all over the Shrine. Near one of them there was a place to pay respects to God. You had to throw money into a box. Mine didn't make it the first time but at least I could go and get it an try again. Nanny's went OVER the box and landed on the other side, which ...

    Day 3

    A travel blog entry by glendasblog on May 17, 2015

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... Shinto) in Yoyogi Park, was really beautiful. We then caught the train to Akihabara, very busy people dancing street festival. By this time lots of walking & time to get the train back to Shinjuku. A couple of hours rest & off to Robot Dinner. It was a 90 minute show & it was amazing. After the show had a quick bite to eat & got a taxi back. Nat, Rob & Brent walk ...

    Konichiwa Japan!

    A travel blog entry by bwendorff on May 06, 2015

    7 photos

    ... was located. Due to it being an Express Train, we had to do a transfer at Aoto train station. Shuffling off and waiting around, we must have looked lost because a cute little old Japanese man came over and tried to help us out. It was a challenge because he didn`t speak a word of English and my elementary Japanese did little to communicate our situation. He was persistent though and didn`t move from our side until we were on the right train and he could point out the ...


    A travel blog entry by samanthannec on Jan 30, 2015


    ... Horizontal is real. Oh, and it's snowing. So, Tokyo is legit. I don't think I realized how crazy big this city was until we went up the Sky Tree tower (tallest building in the world until 2011) yesterday. As far as the eye can see, it's city. High rises, complexes, parks, freeways, etc in 80km or farther every way you look. I only know this because of the handy guide map they give out as you enter. Cliche to say, but it was actually breathtaking. The language barrier here is ...

    Compiled thoughts

    A travel blog entry by nbd.finn on Oct 06, 2014

    7 photos

    ... it isn’t as if I don’t have enough text to keep everyone busy reading), I saw a poster on the wall. It mentioned in big letters “Mission for Tokyo: Metro trains will continue to be an electric power source for stations.” This caught my eye, so I went in for a closer look. As it turns out they produce electric power when they decelerate the trains, and use this to supply power for accelerating other trains, lighting, and elevators ...