Toyoko Inn Yokohama Stadium-Mae Honkan

Address: 205-1 Yamashita-cho Naka-ku, Yokohama, Kanagawa, Kanto, 231-0023, Japan | Hotel
 
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Location

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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Travel Blogs from Yokohama

Tokyo

A travel blog entry by clcatsam on Jul 27, 2013

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... to Korean jimjilbangs, except this onsen had a mini town inside it! This onsen was listed in our guidebook as being a famous one located on a man-made island called Odaiba. To get there we took the subway, which is always the cheapest form of transportation in most countries, but in Japan its more like the least expensive; cause everything is expensive! It cost maybe $10 one-way to get there because we had to switch to a private rail-line. Once we got to the onsen we ...

Walking tour of Yokohama Bay area

A travel blog entry by alreadypacked on Jul 23, 2013

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... before. However, we did not know how to find the right part of it, and the hotel concierge didn't seem to know where to look either. When we got to the convention center, Philip asked one of the traffic guards, using Japanese, where it was. Fortunately, we had picked the right part of the complex and only had to cross the street and go inside. We bought tickets and entered the exhibit.

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Shoppin' shoppin shoppin shoppin DISNEY!

A travel blog entry by timandnomes on Mar 20, 2013

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... lost though. After a very tiring but good start to our time in Tokyo we ate some more of Maretha’s yummy food and collapsed onto those oh so cosy futons.


The next day Tim dibbsed it as a man shopping day and we travelled to another nearby part of Tokyo, Shinjuka, with the kings of electric shops. There are two six story high buildings right next to each other which look and are set out identically but are in actual fact are extreme rivals. We were so confused ...

A day in Shibuya

A travel blog entry by wheresgordon on Mar 14, 2013

... I headed for the Toguri Museum of Art. Unfortunately, there was another mistake in a map of my Lonely Planet Tokyo guidebook showing the museum a block away from its true location; I eventually found it. The museum has a collection of Japanese Edo-era ceramics. Their collection is very good but there wasn't a lot of information in English and, at 1,000 yen (a bit over $10) plus another 100 yen (over $1) for a locker, it seemed ...

A-Meiji-ng Japan

A travel blog entry by mnm2012 on Jun 15, 2012

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... the Asakusa market and district. The surrounding Asakusa market was a colourful collection of stalls somewhat similar to the Asian markets we had become so familiar with but with a distinctive Japanese flavour and no bargaining! There were plenty of delicious Japanese sweets including mochi the rice cakes we both love and the distinctly Japanese green tea or Matcha flavoured ice cream. Souvenirs included sandals, kimonos and Samurai Swords. Sensoji was an impressive temple and ...