Toyoko Inn Kamata Two

Address: 7-24-7 Nishi Kamata, Ota, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 144-0051 , 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

    Robotic Plot Twist - Christian Bronson

    A travel blog entry by tcu on May 15, 2015

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    ... was surprised too after I heard, but my expectations were completely blown away by the actual experience. We sat in a lobby looking like it was straight out of some Austin Powers movie, emblazoned with colors of gold and silver and donned with disco balls and mirrors everywhere.

    Just then, a rock band of robots enters the stage...and jam their hearts out, playing tons of popular songs from the US. And this was just the beginning! As excited as we ...

    Tokyo 13.5 Million Inhabitants

    A travel blog entry by hpeier12 on Apr 19, 2015

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    ... Driving Schools and think the Education is the Key here and it works exceptionally well. Arriving early at the APA Downtown to avoid getting wet in the expected afternoon Rain the little feisty Girl at the reception told me if I wanted to check in now at 2 PM it would cost an extra yen 2000.....I do not think so , first the Hotels here in Tokyo are not cheap to start with and really 2PM does not sound unreasonable ...

    Market, Shrine, river cruise, gardens and museum

    A travel blog entry by humberwright on Jan 20, 2015

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    We took the Ginza line to Ueno station. When we were in Thailand a couple who lived in Tokyo gave us recommendation on where to go and one of them was the flee market in Ueno. When we came out the subway we turned immediately right and walked for about 10 minutes past a few gold shops. On the left was a huge long street with a sign running over the top with a clock. We just had to guess this was the right place, but it turned out it was. It was a ...


    A travel blog entry by garyclifton on Sep 28, 2014

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    ... how the hell would I know what the right direction is, however, it was so inviting I had to take a walk down there. Amanda found a cat to photograph along the way, and she took that as an omen to visit the Cat Cafe (as if she needed a reason). The shrine was very peaceful, despite being in the middle of a city of 36 million ...

    Godzilla Redux

    A travel blog entry by winterspring on May 28, 2014

    ... market we headed to the Asakura district which is a more traditional part of Tokyo. There we found the most wonderful Buddhist temple from the 7th century and a wonderful little market street where vendors have been selling goods to religious pilgrims for centuries. (let me add a caveat to my readers here-unfortunately, American bombing raids during WWII destroyed this complex, and it has been rebuilt. I can't tell you how many places we have been in the ...