Seaside Inn Oomori
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSeaside Inn Oomori Shinagawa
I e-mailed ahead with questions about this lodging and they answered quickly and thoroughly. Then when I arrived, no reservations, they had my e-mail printed and were expecting me. Take the train from Haneda Airport to Omori-kaigan station. Its right around the corner. This is a capsule hotel for clarification.
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