Toyoko Inn Kourakuen Bunkyo Kuyakusho-mae

2-2-11 Koishikawa, Bunkyo, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 112-0002 , Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Ochanomizu/Suidobashi/Iidabashi area of Bunkyo, is near Tokyo Dome City, Tokyo Dome City Attractions, Tokyo Dome, and LaQua.
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    Travel Blogs from Bunkyo

    "Let's go to the wasabi!"

    A travel blog entry by morganpretswell on Mar 09, 2014

    3 photos

    I spent most of the day unpacking and napping, but made my first trip to the Japanese supermarket.  I thought the trip would take about 20 mins as I only wanted a few basics, but I spent so long looking around in awe / confusion at all of the Japanese products that I actually spent an hour there! I managed my first "conversation" in Japanese whilst ...

    Tour Summary - Japan: a cycling paradise

    A travel blog entry by velojim-japan on Oct 19, 2013

    10 comments, 5 photos

    ... can be sketchy on busier roads as traffic held up behind you has to wait for a break in oncoming traffic to pass. Japan also has no shortage of big dump trucks and tour buses. Some roads had been pressed down in the sections where the wheels run so that a ridge on the shoulder is created. On narrow, bumpy, busy roads, riding on the ridge or next to it was an oftentimes hair raising experience as balance could be an issue. Riding in a confident, almost bike messenger ...

    Sumo and Sushi in Tokyo

    A travel blog entry by blair~rachelle on Sep 26, 2013

    1 comment, 41 photos

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    A big difference between Blair and I is what we tend to focus on when out and about. Blair zeroes in on the scenery and the non-human forms that surround him, while I am captivated by people. So a couple of days into our stay, I couldn't help but notice the large number of people I saw who had bowed legs, especially women. After consulting our friend, Google, I discovered this is a popular discussion topic amongst foreigners and several theories ...

    G-Cans Tunnel Project & Omiya

    A travel blog entry by wheresgordon on Feb 20, 2013






    I had arranged for a guide with Tokyo Free Guides. He met me at my hotel and we set off for the G-Cans Tunnel Project, which is located about 30 kilometers north of the city. The G-Cans Tunnel Project is in a low-lying area that frequently suffered severe flooding. As Tokyo had expanded the area became home to about three million people. The project's aim was to ...

    Galavanting Gaijin

    A travel blog entry by thecurries2012 on Nov 19, 2012

    150 photos

    ... the fattest and largest cats I have ever seen. One of the cats was pure white and weighed 7lb, that is a big cat. The strange thing about the cats in this cat café was the way that they like to be patted. They like to be patted really quite hard at the bottom of their spine right by their tail, and patting them like this instantly leads to them being spread eagle on the floor until you stop. Funny little monkeys they are.

    Having seen our fair share of red ...