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

    Tokyo, Japan.

    A travel blog entry by globetrotter92 on Jun 02, 2015

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    ... had a number seat and computer screen. We were able to select three dishes at a time and once we had selected them we had to press order and they would make it in the kitchen. When our dishes were ready a little tray would come along one of three train tracks and stop at your seat for you to take your dish of the tray! It was fab! Scott tried the fish spring rolls but didn't try any of the other fish dishes! I had seafood rainbow roll, salmon fillet ...

    Capsules, consoles, clothes and cuteness

    A travel blog entry by nickyandmike on May 06, 2015

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    ... a blind at the front of our capsule so it wasn't very well soundproofed but it was quite comfortable. We got PJs to wear. My only issue was the communal bathroom - for the girls there was a tiny room with a hot tub and some shower heads right next to it. No way was I getting my kit off in such close proximity to anyone else! Nude communal bathing is very commonplace in Japan. Mike did bathe in the men's the next morning though and tried out the sauna, although ...

    Day 3 - Shinjuku, Harajuku and Shibuya

    A travel blog entry by costin on Mar 30, 2015

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    ... me told me it was meant for dipping the sashimi into. The sashimi was exactly the kind of clean flavours that one would associate with Japanese cuisine - the oily flavour of the sardines hit with fresh lemon juice, seasoned lightly with the soy, punctuated by toasted sesame, spring onion and a hit of fresh ginger. It was absolutely brilliant. Kim's deep fried sardines were coated in panko breadcrumbs and served with lightly curried beansprouts, a citrusy ...

    Tokyo Day 3: Sayonara

    A travel blog entry by michaelrab09 on Dec 14, 2014

    ... you go.
    (5) Everything is smaller in Japan --

    For dinner we had food at the Chinese restaurant near our hostel, because we figured this is the closest we would get to China for a while, so we may as well try it out. It was super delicious (pork and veggies with egg drop soup) and wasn't as big of a shock for my taste buds as I was expecting. We grabbed our luggage from the hostel and made our way to the Narita Airport for our next stop -- Thailand with Nab!!
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    Day 2 - Other Stops

    A travel blog entry by the-kents on Aug 31, 2014

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    ... cases. Imagine a Tiffany's store, but instead of beautiful jewelry there are treats of all kinds. From chocolate to ice cream to baked goods, it's an endless sea of people and colors and smells. Again, I found it very interesting how prevalent sweets really are here. Isetan also had a very large selection of savory items and it reminded me of a deli on a massive scale where you could buy noodles, meat items, and side salads of all kinds.
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