Seaside Inn Oomori

3-31-17, Minamioi, Shinagawa, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 140-0013, Japan | Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSeaside Inn Oomori Shinagawa

Reviewed by kyleitani

Efficacy at its finest

Reviewed Dec 28, 2010
by (1 review) , Japan Flag of Japan

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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TripAdvisor Reviews Seaside Inn Oomori Shinagawa

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Shinagawa

Tokyo - Clean and Efficient

A travel blog entry by wilhelmbryan on Jan 23, 2014

1 comment, 27 photos

... You can't get a prepaid SIM card and very bad rates when exchanging NT to Yen. I had USD so it was perfect but warning to any other currency. Change money at home or come with USD. However wifi at every subway station and most fast food chains. So never a far walk if you desperately need internet

1/24 Club Night
Home at 7 am. Went to Feria (sp?) which is 5 floors and the second biggest club. Really wanted to go to AgeHa which is one of the biggest in the world ...

Rain Day

A travel blog entry by skyisblu on Sep 05, 2013

5 comments, 23 photos

... now big grassy fields surrounded by some trees, the observatories look out over busy streets and towering skylines rather than the emperor's lands. And it was hot. We did enjoy the small Japanese gardens, with koi ponds, a waterfall, and flowering trees, but it was such a small portion of the bigger picture -

By this time things had really begun heating up, so we ducked back into the metro and headed back to beat the rush hour crowds.


A travel blog entry by ecoreppin230 on May 08, 2013

1 photo

... more demanding position with family and ends the show choosing the people who matter most, while causing the executives--literally--to fall off a cliff.

Does this in any way relate to my trip to Japan? Yes. Simply the fact that I watched it on the plane to this foreign country makes it so. However, my point in mentioning this is to express that despite the excitement and splendor of farming oranges in Ehime, I will still make it a priority ...

Rainy day

A travel blog entry by marlou on Oct 28, 2012

7 photos

... restaurant for lunch, using "camp" as their theme, very neat utensils. Food is ok, different types of spices.

Kamakura, The Great Buddha, 200 for pictures, nothing else. A lot of North American styles of restaurants and bars, I can see these in Canada.

It was pouring when we get to Tokyo, went back to hotel early preparing to go to Osaka tomorrow.



A travel blog entry by jamesbsavage on Mar 30, 2012

16 photos

... br>

When things go wrong in Japan, they have a tendency to go seriously haywire – devastating earthquakes, destructive tsunamis, tragic nuclear disasters, crippling financial crises – Japan has experienced them all.

It is perhaps little wonder then that Japan does not rule the world as was so widely predicted back in the 1980’s. In fact it seems that the Japanese, far from trying to rule the world, have actually created another ...