Toyoko Inn Nihon-bashi Hama-cho Meijiza-mae

Address: 1-1-4 Nihonbashi Hamacho, Chuo, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 103-0007 , Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Tokyo Station/Ginza/Nihonbashi area of Chuo, is near Ueno, Kokugikan Sumo Museum, Kokugikan Sumo Stadium, and Ryogoku.
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    Travel Blogs from Chuo

    Exploring Tokyo with Juliet

    A travel blog entry by annsan on May 23, 2015

    12 photos

    ... Meiji in the Meiji Restoration. The building was destroyed in the air raids during the Second World War, and reconstructed by the end of 1958; it consists of primarily Japanese cypress and copper. We were lucky to arrive in the center of the complex just at the time when a large Shinto wedding procession walked by. Later, we noticed that more weddings took place, and we saw a bride and groom leave the area in a London taxi of which part ...

    Day off

    A travel blog entry by sechiria on Apr 29, 2015

    ... mercilessly staring at you with dead eyes while you eat them. Whitebait. Back to the issue - two things in the japanese kitchen I cannot stand. Raw tofu and whitebait. And when my order-at-random turned out to be raw tofu topped with whitebait, I accually turned slightly, slightly disappointed. I did try it though - it was hideous. The whitebait´s head was just crunching and its eyes got stuck between my teeth. Next time I´m not ordering anything I can´t see a picture ...

    ASAKUSA - old and modern meet in one city block

    A travel blog entry by chrismcg on Mar 21, 2015

    7 comments, 20 photos

    ... We half expected to see one of the railway staff pushing in the bodies - it was that crowded!
    Things we have noticed: taxi drivers are very smartly dressed in suit and tie; many jobs seem to involve wearing a uniform of some sort; there are still quite a number of people who wear traditional dress, it is not confined to older people; most people in Tokyo are very stylishly dressed; everyone wants to help you whether they can speak English or not!


    Day seven of my Awesome Adventure in Japan

    A travel blog entry by isabellawhite on Nov 01, 2014

    3 photos

    ... how you made movies by taking pictures and spinning them round really fast. This is called animations. Then we looked at a display on the nut cracker story and the office and work desk of an animator. After a little bit I felt sick so I went outside with my mum. I felt like I was going to vomit and I did. Really badly! My mum said it was probably food poisoning from the pizza. yuk. Sayonara, I'll be ...

    World's Biggest City

    A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Aug 23, 2014

    1 comment, 24 photos

    ... a corset but they put on a chest plate that has less give than a corset. I get a few snaps and then it's time to head for home. I'm starting to feel a little claustrophobic!

    I'm determined to see sumo so I force myself out of bed ridiculously early on a Sunday morning and I make my second attempt. Fortunately the gods were shinning upon me today and I made in time for a little sparing practice. Though not as large ...