Hotel Hilltop

Address: 2-12-16 Narimasu, Itabashi, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 175-0094, Japan | Inn
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Location

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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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Hilltop Itabashi

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
 

Travel Blogs from Itabashi

Wow what a start

A travel blog entry by tanskis on Sep 16, 2014

6 comments, 5 photos

... to head down and meet Kaoris friend for dinner, and here is where it gets interesting, I asked for a English menu and that was a bad idea the whole menu is full of Chicken heart, liver, skin, beef tongue, raw horse meat, and other bizarre items. I decide to push my limit and order horse meat (Mom would be rolling in her grave gagging, and give me a cuff upside the head) it actually wasn't too bad. We all have some laughs, mostly them at me trying Japanese and looking ...

Day 6 - Last Day

A travel blog entry by the-kents on Sep 05, 2014

1 photo

... which is eating sushi for breakfast. I'm not going to lie-I was tired and it was hot so when we got there I wasn't all that hungry and nothing about sushi sounded good. However, when you walk through the main entrance there are people buzzing all over the place and the energy just wakes you up. There are a handful of rows containing little open-air shops where you can buy produce, flowers and gifts, but also sushi restaurants. ...

Last full day of Japan

A travel blog entry by juliannawells on Jun 09, 2014

24 photos

... waiting to greet me. At least there will be trashcans everywhere at home (in japan, they are as rare as unicorns- you have to bring your trash home with you here).

It has been interesting seeing familiar objects presented and sold in new ways. It requires a traveler to look at the world in a new way, as does the unfamiliar. I believe that ...

Lost in Translation

A travel blog entry by zuleima on Mar 21, 2014

37 photos

... they wear and how the ceremony was set up. After the Meiji Shrine, we made our way to the infamous Shibuya crossing, Tokyo's most busiest cross walk! It truly is chaos! People are everywhere going in every direction possible. It was interesting to witness. Since we were already in Shibuya we found it necessary to eat a nice Japanese steak right in the city center. But it was hard to find a place that had a menu in English or had anyone who spoke English.

Tokyo is by ...

Tour Summary - Japan: a cycling paradise

A travel blog entry by velojim-japan on Oct 19, 2013

10 comments, 5 photos

... shelter in Nagoya.

Lessons learned: I packed too much and never used any of my rain gear. Some items were required in case of a mechanical problem on the road but none occurred. I only had 2 flats, none of which were punctures - one was a failed patch on an old tube and the other was when the valve came off a tube when I was removing the pump. Otherwise, the 700 x 25, Michelin Lithion 2's were great tires. I know some of my cycling friends are worried about ...