the b ochanomizu

1-7-5 Kandaawajicho, Chiyoda, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 101-0063, Japan | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Ochanomizu/Suidobashi/Iidabashi area of Chiyoda, is near Yushima Tenmangu, Yushima Tenjin Jinja Shrine, Kokyo Gaien National Garden, and Bank of Japan Currency Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Chiyoda

    My trip to Tokyo.

    A travel blog entry by justinpasta on Feb 09, 2014

    6 photos

    So I was deciding on where I could vacation for a break. I thought of many places,but evidently it came to Tokyo.
    First,I went to the San Antonio international Airport and booked a flight for Tokyo. Before I entered the plane,I reserved a room in the Dormy Inn Hotel.
    About 16 hours later I arrived at Hanedo Airport. From there I went to my hotel (Dormy Inn) and slept for a bit. I then went to Akihabra,an electronic store. ...

    Daddy and Me!

    A travel blog entry by jamiekrussell on Oct 25, 2013

    116 photos

    ... stops and directed us to another platform for the train to the airport. Sometimes it's good to stick out, because people know you're in the wrong place.
    Once at the airport we got Dad checked-in and did some last minute souvenir buying. We also went out to the observation deck, although there wasn't anything too exciting happening that we could see because the runway was further away and blocked by other parts of the airport. When it was time for me to catch my flight at the ...

    Tokyo - Day 1

    A travel blog entry by annsan on Jul 18, 2013

    20 photos

    ... called Asakusa Fudouson. There is a statue of a buddha called "nade-jijou", which is a general name for buddhas that can be rubbed. Rubbing this buddha's head, arms and legs brings good luck. We then walked thru a covered street, also known as the Shin-Nakamise, with shops selling shoes, clothes, gadgets, small restaurants, etc. From there we took a taxi to the Ginza where we went to the well known department store Takashimaya. The Food Halls ...

    The adventure continues in Tokyo

    A travel blog entry by dillardstravels on Jul 09, 2013

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... to open right in that spot, but guess what? It did. They had an area at either end of the car where you could store your luggage and put a cord through the handle and lock it with a built in combination lock. Great idea. There was a sign that said if you forget your combination you must wait until the final terminal stop and the conductor will open it for you after showing proper identification. We said to each other, that would suck. Wonder how often ...

    Exploring the Hood - Akasaka, TkMidtown, Ark Hills

    A travel blog entry by wranovics on Jan 12, 2013

    41 photos

    As we continued to settle into our new surroundings, we spent some time exploring our immediate neighborhood of Akasaka. The street which our apartment is located is a nice, quiet, side street where the street is wide enough for one car but is a two way street. This is very common in compacted Japan where it takes patience and navigation skills to maneuver cars coming in both directions where only one can fit on the street at a time. Somehow it's done with ease and I've ...