Tsukuba Hotel

Address: 2-7-8 Motoasakusa, Taito, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 111-0041, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Ueno/Asakusa/Ryogoku/Adachi area of Taito, is near Asakusa, Tokyo National Museum, Kitchen Town (Kappabashi), and National Science Museum.
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      Another 5 star day

      A travel blog entry by jttisdale on Jun 01, 2014

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      ... and got a huge surprise: the Sensoji temple and pagoda lit up at night with the moon behind it! It was awesome. We then went to eat ramen and have a few drinks. Now I MUST wash some shorts and tshirts. I don't want to wear dress shirts for the next 5 days and it's HOT all week. I overpacked terribly and not things I can wear while in fast tour mode.... Won't make that mistake again!!! Good night all and off to new adventures ...

      Bright lights big city

      A travel blog entry by petturik on May 25, 2014

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      ... and some vegetables with bacon things of which i can't remember the name. I've passed a lot of pachinko parlors in my vacation but now i felt it was time to try it out. Pachinko is the japanese version of pinball, but it's actually just ordinary gambling. You have a big bucket of balls and depending on where they land you get more balls to play with. In the end you will lose, but that doesn't seem to stop people.

      I entered the pachinko parlor and was greeted by ...

      Tokyo - Sprawling Metropolis

      A travel blog entry by markallen on Dec 02, 2013

      9 photos

      ... there were still beautifully calligraphed signs and awnings. After the fish market, we headed to the advertising museum, which hosted a great collection of new and old English and Japanese ad campaigns - it`s incredible how much you remember advertising campaigns from your childhood. We then paid a visit to the world`s largest Uniqlo, which, aside from its towering size (12 floors), was slightly underwhelming. From Ginza, we headed to ...

      Tokyo - sublime and totally ridiculous

      A travel blog entry by spiderwebbs on Sep 07, 2013

      14 photos

      ... deafening levels and no two shops are playing the same music. The girls here were dressed even more strangely, and some of the shop attendants were particularly striking. It is a massive assault on the senses.

      On walking back to the train station we passed what could be described as a games arcade, with people sitting at something like a poker machine crossed with a pinball machine. There were hundreds lined up side by side, garish pink and ...

      I'm turning Japanese I really think so!

      A travel blog entry by timandnomes on Mar 24, 2013

      72 photos

      ... meet some of Hiromichi’s family who were lovely to talk to and took a great interest in our travels. We waved off the newlyweds through a tunnel which was a lovely sending off for them.
      On Sunday we again headed to church and got talking to a most lovely old lady who encouraged us to see the more cultured side of Japan and bought us a paper Japanese bride figurine from the wee market after the service. Someone else bought us a Japanese fan which was all ...