Toyoko Inn Kamata Higashi-guchi

Address: 5-18-4 Kamata, Ota, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 144-0052, Japan | Hotel
 
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Location

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

    Day 8: Shrines

    A travel blog entry by iart247 on Mar 23, 2015

    12 photos

    Today, we visited two shrines. The first was the Tsurugaoka Hachimangu Shrine. Our tour guide gave us a small history lesson of what had occurred at this shrine. You could say a prayer, although here it cost a fee. It was a large and beautiful shrine though, located in a more rural part of Japan. It was so lovely looking out and seeing all the trees and the view.  We then were on our own to explore the more traditional side of Japan and its shops. We found multiple shops just ...

    Tokyo Drift!

    A travel blog entry by jeng3 on Jan 15, 2015

    16 photos

    ... degree of ease which it is possible to reach a certain location from other locations) due to Japan's fragmented and coastal state. After the class, we went to the Haneda airport for our next stop.


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    $42.46 (Total spent in Paris layover)
    $5,783.67 (Flight to Tokyo Cost)
    $1652.27 (Total spent in Tokyo)
    Total spent: $7,478.4
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    Day 2 - First day of Tokyo!

    A travel blog entry by nbd.finn on Oct 02, 2014

    26 photos

    ... expected, Russian language everywhere, this is a given. What startled me was the Burger King, as its name had been transcribed to Russian.

    The next flight was much longer, more uncomfortable and more boring, except, of course, being asked by a flight attendant in wonderfully Russian accented English to not open any peanuts because there is a passenger with a peanut allergy on board. One passenger has a food allergy. ONE PASSENGER. Can you imagine if I had ...

    I have no idea what I'm eating...but it's amazing!

    A travel blog entry by tomandhayley on Mar 24, 2014

    57 photos

    ... we’d have been so happy (little did we know what was to come in Kyoto in little more than a week’s time!).

    After we’d finished at Senso-Ji, we went for a little walk around the nearby streets and got some lunch at a place called Zanmai Sushi. Now as I’m writing this blog in retrospect, I can confide that this sushi lunch turned out to be the best thing which Tom ate during our time in Japan. We pulled up two stools to the sushi bar so ...

    Lost in Translation

    A travel blog entry by zuleima on Mar 21, 2014

    37 photos

    ... people were not willing to serve us when we went to go eat. We also had to make sure that the menu had pictures of the foods since nothing was in English. I must admit that Tokyo was probably one of the most difficult cities to navigate in due to the language barrier. Overall, I was happy I got to experience the city of Tokyo, but would I come back? Not unless I had someone who spoke the language to help with translation. The whole time, I was just lost in translation...
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