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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Travel Blogs from Shinagawa
... to my childhood every three minuets or so. The evening proceeded with sushi and the nights repertoair with the orchestra. Mom was eager to watch and she thought it very funny. The people in my orchestra is all very kind and even though they don´t speak much english, my mom was treated very well. And, Muramatsu-san offered us a japanese sweet afterwards! Thank you, Muramatsu-san! A nice day ...
... to the airport. As the city slowly faded into the countryside I got more sad because I really enjoyed our stay in Tokyo. I knew someday I would come back to visit Tokyo. It took us about an hour to get back to the airport, so it was about 2:30 p.m when we arrived. We hadn’t had lunch yet, so we stopped at a small restaurant that served Japanese cuisine in the airport. At 5:15 our one way plane for Chicago took off and our amazing journey had sadly come to an end!
... walked the rest of the way.
We were both shattered, I had a couple of small snoozes on plane and Joe only had one. Joe was busy checking up on Father Mario sitting next to us who was 80 years old. Joe has been well blessed!!
Went for a walk to the Imperial Palalce Gardens close to our hotel, Hotel Monterey Hanzomon, but closed today. Never mind we go there on our tour tomorrow.
Went out of the hotel to go for dinner about ...
... in love with some rubber pigs the second she walked in the door and lined up to buy as many as she was able to carry (five, incidentally) but we managed to escape with one, and a lot of other bits. Lunch was Brooklyn pancakes (naturally) and then we headed to the Rabbit cafe (rabbits to play with, not to eat). I would love to say that the rabbits enjoyed our company as much as we enjoyed theirs ...
... building also has an observatory on the top floor which I planned to visit in the evening. The tourist office was fantastic - I picked up loads of information on each of the main areas in the city that I wanted to see aswell as maps of the railway and metro which I think are going to be invaluable during my time here. I then headed out into the craziness of Shinjuku which is a mecca for electrical goods. I've never been so enthralled by ...