Toyoko Inn Yokohama Stadium-Mae Honkan

205-1 Yamashita-cho Naka-ku, Yokohama, Kanagawa, Kanto, 231-0023, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the 横浜中華街 area of Yokohama, is near Yokohama Chinatown, Big Wharf (Osanbashi Pier ), Harbor View Park, and Yokohama Stadium.
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A travel blog entry by nataliegodliman on Nov 14, 2013

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... too. The tour, purely in Japanese lasted about an hour and we found it highly amusing, giggling at the back of the group, and at the end we got free beer! Strange beer though, of course, it had a frozen head, like slush puppy beer foam, yum! We'd been invited out by this Kiwi guy also staying at the hostel, to go out for karaoke so we went along. A crazy guy from Amsterdam, the Kiwi, a Japanese girl, the Japanese guy from the hostel front desk, a Chinese Australian guy, and us! We ...

Lost in Translation

A travel blog entry by hazel_81 on May 24, 2013

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... cocktail - champagne and blood orange, don't mind if I do! I was probably there for a couple of hours just enjoying the live jazz and taking tourist pics of the Tokyo skyline. The female singer sang 'Over the Rainbow' and it seemed quite fitting at that moment. Well all good things have to come to an end so I walked back to my hotel but I'm so chuffed I went there and the cocktail was to die ...

What a way to arrive in Japan

A travel blog entry by aidanwood on Nov 26, 2012

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... and then headed off to Shinjuku, Shinjukugyoenmae, to meet toru wha for lunch and got a cell phone from him ohhh yea, Then came back to Asakusa and got more pics of sensoji at night, it was sweet and all light up at night. Then that night Yumi comes to meet me in Asakusa for dinner and few drinks. We walked around Asakusa over some bridges working up an appetite so we decide to have some sumo food Chanko nabe for dinner. ...

Final thoughts

A travel blog entry by david.turner on Jun 11, 2012

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... but for most it's the choice of this or living off the streets. They don't get up to 50% of their earnings as a "bonus" until the end of their contract and are charged for living expenses directly from their wages so they live in this voluntary prison - this happens in Phomn Pehn also. I won't miss the garbage and the filth, the cellphones and the noise,the begging and the hawkers. It has made me realize why people from these countries want to get a fresh start in ...


A travel blog entry by the_oldies on Apr 01, 2012

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... shoving or pushing – except on the trains where the train company employs "pushers" to get more people on the train. As we did not go on the trains I cannot elaborate on this.

The other interesting thing we saw is a scaled down version of the Statue of Liberty. According to our tour guide, the city rented it from Paris for 12 months and then it went back to France. However, the people of Tokyo wanted it back so eventually ...