Hotel Hilltop

2-12-16 Narimasu, Itabashi, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 175-0094, Japan | Inn
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This inn, located in the Ikebukuro/Akabane/Itabashi/Nerima area of Itabashi, is near Toshimaen Amusement Park, Chihiro Iwasaki Art Museum, Igusa Hachimangu Folklore Collection, and Japan Calligraphy Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Itabashi

I've Got My Dance Pants On

A travel blog entry by eihaslag on May 16, 2014

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Today was such a fun day. This morning I woke up at the ********** of dawn to amble my way to the Tsukiji Fish Market. What an adventure that was! We make our way there and visit all of the local shops. The lines for fresh sushi were down the street. Then the fish market actually opened and it was terrifying, I really thought I might have died in that fish market, been filleted, and ...

Tokyo back again

A travel blog entry by vanessaetyann on Apr 05, 2014

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... After a quick stop at the hotel, it is time to plan what and where we will get dinner for tonight. Few things came in mind: shibuya, ginza, ropongi, but it looked a bit far for tonight so we decided to go somewhere closer. From shinjuku station to the hotel, we take the JR line: Chuo Line. This line goes along a river there is quite a lot of small restaurants. So we deceided to go for Ichigaya which is an old Residential and Business district. Well we ...


A travel blog entry by tomandhayley on Mar 25, 2014

44 photos

... corner of Tokyo obsessed with fashion and music and all things gothic. Not only is it a place, but Harajuku has become an identity for many young Tokyo-ites (try watching a Gwen Stefani music video to see what I mean). The Harajuku 'scene’ is centred around one main avenue called Takeashita Street (a fantastic name, I’m sure you’ll agree). Takeashita Street is a tiny back alley, crammed full of the weirdest, most colourful and wonderful ...

Day 126: The busiest intersection in the world

A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber on Feb 20, 2014

2 comments, 16 photos

... everything out fairly quickly. Today was one hundred times more confusing. We had a partial metro map with names in English. The metro maps at the station were in Japanese of course. Sometimes there was no English to go along with it and sometimes there was no map, just a list of the stops in Japanese. We got to our destination by making up different names for the station's Japanese symbols and then hunting around on the list. For example: one station was composed of two symbols. I ...

Parks and Intersection

A travel blog entry by char.j.stoever on Jun 14, 2013

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... We were supposed to meet up at Shibuya station, but I realized how huge it was so I suggested we meet the most cliché meeting spot: Starbucks. There would be no confusion over which Starbucks this would be because it took up a whole block and overlooked the crossing. Before we met up, I walked through a huge store called “Tokyo Hands”. This was basically an IKEA that sold everything from insoles to toothbrushes. I chatted with an employee ...