Mikawaya Honten

Address: 1-30-12 Asakusa, Taito, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 111-0032, Japan | 3 star ryokan
 
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This 3 star ryokan, located in the Ueno/Asakusa/Ryogoku/Adachi area of Taito, is near Asakusa Shrine, Asakusa, Akihabara, and Hanayashiki.
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    Travel Blogs from Taito

    And we're off

    A travel blog entry by erath on Jan 10, 2015

    ... I'm getting used to it after a couple of days and I now know the right setting for the airco to quickly bring the temperature to a comfortable level.

    The company that provided the furniture also labeled all the Japanese buttons on the equipment with English translations. Very useful, though I am not sure it has all been correctly translated. For example, my dryer has buttons labeled 'Shrink' and ' Wrinkle'. ...

    Japan - Tokyo

    A travel blog entry by amanda.lynn26 on Oct 03, 2014

    ... else. It is nothing for them to open a package let you try it, and if you don't like it, they are not offended. If any thing they seem to enjoy just showing you what they have, they are simply excited about their product and your face when you realize how amazing it is! In a nut shell, Japanese shop keepers are the best :)

    One shop keeper was so excited I was buying his sauce he wanted to take a picture of me holding the sauce. You see he had been taking pictures of ...

    After the fall

    A travel blog entry by christine.a on Sep 17, 2014

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... is ancient?" This show of hubris on my part obviously offended some deity somewhere because the process that ensued, although ultimately successful, ended up involving no less than 3 store employees and brought the entire operation of the shop to a grinding halt while it was underway. Lesson learned: You do NOT ask for a help from a Japanese person unless you are prepared to have them drop everything to do their best to assist you. Enjoy the (few) photos/captions!
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    Choo Choo Thomas

    A travel blog entry by tomandhayley on Mar 28, 2014

    33 photos

    ... bullet train was more like catching a flight rather than a train ride and we were really conscious that the train doors only stay open for a few seconds before closing again, so we really needed to make sure we knew where we were going! However once we were on – in the nick of time before the doors shut – we found our seats and discovered that you get bags more leg room on the bullet train than we’ve ever had on a plane. The seats were more comfortable than on ...

    Daddy and Me!

    A travel blog entry by jamiekrussell on Oct 25, 2013

    116 photos

    ... they were, something like maybe $50 for one representation.
    We hopped on a train to the Ueno area so we could spend some time in the Tokyo National Museum before it closed for the night. While I was wondering around the exhibits I got stopped by a man who was alone who talked my ear off for about 10 minutes straight. He's Colombian but lives in Connecticut and was in Japan while his wife was on business. I think he must have been lonely out on his own. He finally ...