Shinjuku Inn

5-1-4 Shinjyku, Shinjuku, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 160-0022 , Japan | Inn
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Tokyo - a very busy weekend

A travel blog entry by monkeybusiness


... br> Afterwards we went to a rock bar where we were hoping there would be guys with wolves heads behind the decks. There weren't any wolves, just young cool kids getting their groove on.

Our first full day in Tokyo was jam packed. We started our day in Shibuya (famous for the massive people crossing, similar to the new style of crossing in Oxford street!). We went to an amazing sushi restaurant where you order your food on a tv and it arrives on a ...


A travel blog entry by kirstyollie


... of Akihabara. Once there we wandered around staring up at the huge buildings around us and started feeling a little creeped out at the Japanese girls dressed as school girls or game characters trying to beckon you in. The electronic shops are huge and stock every electronic appliance you can think of. We found a famous gaming shop (more like a museum) called Super Potato that stocks almost every old school game and console that you can imagine. We relived our youth ...

Day 10 - Ueno Zoo

A travel blog entry by mattrobinson


... it might've even made entering quicker as there would of been no ticket purchasing, which was via self service vending machines. Once inside it was soon clear to see that most of the animals within the zoo were in enclosures far too small, and the amount of people allowed into the zoo at one time was clearly too many. People were sat anywhere they could to have their lunch as the seating areas were full to the brim, this caused issue ...

Toe-Key-Oh, Tokyo

A travel blog entry by shenanigans


... before we head to the airport for our flight home to Ireland. Woohoo Japan has been really good. Weird, chaotic, traditional, tasty, scenic, high-tech, expensive, religious and helpful are just some of the words that come to mind when trying to sum up Japan, it's people and all that it has to offer us visitors. It's worth every penny and we will be back, but next time we will be sure to have more money in our back pocket. Next stop China! Some weird things we have seen while ...

Nozawa Onsen

A travel blog entry by candiceglossat


Sorry I never got to post at Nozawa Internet has been not as easy to find as I thought it would be. But the most amazing snow I've experienced in my life. Much better than Niseko. It's so traditional we slept on tatami mats with futons, everything was paid in cash cause they only had one ATM in town, amazing powder, no lift ques. If I come back I would come here first then try somewhere else as ...


This inn, located in the Shinjuku/Nakano/Suginami area of Shinjuku, is near Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden, Golden-gai District, Isetan Department Store, and Hanazono Jinja Shrine.
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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