Toyoko Inn Soka Eki Nishiguchi

2124-15 Hikawa-cho, Soka, Saitama Prefecture, Kanto, 340-0034 , Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Soka

First Night

A travel blog entry by rachcakes

We landed this evening after our 12 hour flight. We navigated the Narita airport and even found a place to pick up a mi-fi device, so we can have Internet on the go. The only affordable way to get into the city is via airport limousine, which is essentially ...

Sumo and Sushi in Tokyo

A travel blog entry by blair~rachelle

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... want to avoid subway groping. We saw small boys in school uniforms on the metro by themselves. Once we saw a tiny boy in a school uniform, whose backpack was almost as big as he was, confidently walking down the platform waiting for the train by himself. He must have been 4 or 5 but was small for his age and we couldn't help being a little in awe of this. Crime rates are extremely low in Japan compared to other industrialized countries, and I thought it must ...

The very last one................

A travel blog entry by allbernsbigtrip

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... 8230;start queuing. bx )

That’s it now, no more to say, hope you haven’t been to
bored, if you were you’ll probably not even be reading this so who cares…………… ;…………… 230;…………… …………..



Until the next trip…………… ……………R 30;…….. Allan & Bx

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Day 7 - DisneySea!

A travel blog entry by lauren.midgley

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... final leg of the journey was the Mickey Mouse styled train. The windows and handles were shaped in the trademark Mickey face and ears. I felt like a 5 year old for a minute and had wide eyes looking everywhere. On the train we found the Japanese version of Chuck Bass. He was sitting back on his Disney train seat looking as cool as ever. When he rose he acquired the Bass swagger and Nat and I commentated his journey from the platform to the DisneySea line. We lined up for about ...

Kappabashi, Asakusa, Akihabara, and Shinjuku

A travel blog entry by ahartry

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... br>
Asakusa is sort of Tokyo old town, although it’s hard to find how much of the old town is left. We visited the famous shrine, which was very crowded but not particularly evocative, really. Not that I’m complaining, but it was definitely better people-watching than anything. In particular, we liked the endless parades of school girls in sailor uniforms. We had a long conversation with an old man who just wanted to chat. He was excited when he ...

Location

This hotel, located on 2124-15 Hikawa-cho, Soka, is near Adachi Historical Museum.
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