Toyoko Inn Tozaisen Nishikasai

Address: 5-11-12 Nishikasai, Edogawa, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 134-0088, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Koto/Edogawa/Shinkoiwa area of Edogawa, is near Ikspiari, Tokyo Sea Life Park, Subway Museum, and Zed (Le Cirque du Soleil).
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    Travel Blogs from Edogawa

    10 hour layover in Narita, Japan

    A travel blog entry by jhinthorne on Jul 08, 2015

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    ... we were dropped off back at the airport, went through immigration yet again and headed off for some chocolate, coffee and sleep. We then boarded our flight overseas to LAX and endured the 9 hour flight with the help of some movies and games on the in-flight entertainment system. There were two meals served again and the food was at least edible. Nothing extraordinary but all of it was consumed so it couldn't have been that bad. We pulled into LAX airport, ...

    Izumi and Miwako

    A travel blog entry by annsan on May 24, 2015

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    ... Miwako holding Sasano come outside to greet us. So wonderful to see them! In the apartment we meet Kamoto, we all sit down on the floor with Sasano who is wondering who these strangers are ;-) She quietly opens several presents, some toys and of course a couple of Osh Kosh summer dresses. We then move to the table, as our joints are not letting us sit on the floor for too long. We toast on us meeting again, missing Toru ...


    A travel blog entry by karenfrances on Mar 11, 2015

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    ... full of odd marine life that I did not know were edible. Man, the Japanese like to eat anything that can be picked up from the ocean. There were cool things in there I hadn't seen before, either dead or partly submerged in water. I saw a butcher slicing up a large fish that was still flailing, but I did not flinch because I witnessed the same thing in wet markets in the Philippines on a regular basis.

    Josh bought his carbon steel kitchen ...

    Blood of the Samurai

    A travel blog entry by garyclifton on Oct 16, 2014

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    ... were placed in the shrine next to the other ronin, although his tombstone is the only one not to bear the character for 'blade', since he did not commit sebuku, as did the others. We visited the hill where 17 of the ronin were executed, and this was the only place that was a bit creepy. It is fenced off, and is very close to another fenced, overgrown park that bears warning signs for the Japanese Hornet, a very aggressive creature that kills 40 people a year on average. ...

    To the land of the rising Sun... Slowly

    A travel blog entry by kayleyandy14 on Jul 13, 2014

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    ... destinations. Everything was different and new. People were bowing and smiling as we passed. We could feel that Japan was going to be good!!
    Taxis are notoriously expensive in Tokyo especially from the airport so we knew we had to jump on a bus from the airport to Kasai station (one stop from our hotel). We bought our bus ticket for 3000 for the two of us (17) and then headed downstairs to pick up our Japan rail passes that we had prearranged before we ...