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Sakura Hostel: Asakusa ( Hostels / Asakusa )

Sakura Hostel: Asakusa / Hostels / Tokyo
  • Great accommodation at reasonable prices! Sakura hostel is located close to all major attractions, and our friendly English-speaking staff can help you find your way around the city!
  • St. Moritz Eco

  • Love Hotels ( Ueno )
  • The second <a href=""><strong>replica rolex watches</strong></a> called the Berkeley Renaissance Duke D2R features a total of ...
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  • Yamashiroya

  • Kids & Infants, Anime Merchandise, Fun Shops ( Ueno )
  • Yamashiroya is a little crowded but I think worth the stop. Again, I can't keep myself away from toy stores. Even if I don't buy anything, I can't help but look around and enjoy what they have to of...
  • Ueno Zoo

  • Zoos ( Ueno )
  • Ueno Zoo is the oldest zoo in Japan. Founded in 1882, it has grown over the years, and been the flagship of the Japanese zoo world. Now it's home to over 2600 animals from 464 different species and pr...
  • Tokyo National Museum

  • Museums ( Ueno )
  • This museum is so large that one day wouldn't be enough to see everything. The displays happen in five separate halls, and at any one time one can see about three thousand of their pieces. The whole c...
  • Ueno Koen

  • Parks & Nature ( Ueno )
  • Tokyo's most popular park, home to historic statues, shrines, museums, art galleries, a zoo, a lotus-filled pond, a large homeless population, and Tokyo's biggest cherry blossom festival.
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  • Trunks-Ya: Asakusa

  • Fun Shops, Clothing, Souvenirs ( Asakusa )
  • I laughed when I saw this store. It's a cool place and I had to browse inside. It's pretty decent priced and some of the designs are hilarious. Some I actually liked. I didn't end up buying anythi...
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  • Ganso Ebisu Ramen

  • Ramen ( Asakusa )
  • I have consistently had amazing ramen here. But then one day my daughter got really sick after eating here. I'm not sure what it was, but she said it tasted pretty weird. I still like this restaurant,...
  • Daiso: Asakusa ROX3

  • 100 Yen Shops ( Asakusa )
  • This Daiso isn't bad, per say, but there are better stocked and more interesting Daiso stores in and around the city. Try the massive behemoth in Harajuku. Or, if your in the area, the Daiso near Myod...
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  • Japanese Escort Girls Club (Ueno)

  • Adult Info Centers, Hostess Clubs, Night View Spots ( Ueno, Asakusa )
  • Our escort girls are dedicated to you!!! All gentlemen of “ladies first” spirit, please enjoy full joy to be served by ladies in this Japan ★Our special
  • Mukoujima Hyakka-en

  • Japanese Gardens ( Asakusa )
  • Whoever wrote the overview for this park is largely mistaken in almost all the details, according to the park's own pamphlet. Hyakkaen means only "Garden of 100 flowers," and it opened in 1...
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  • Hard Rock Cafe : Ueno

  • Bars, American, Steak ( Ueno )
  • The place have 2 entrances, one for the Bar, and other for the goods shop. The bar have a very loud music so you need scream to talk with your friend. The food is really good, but a little expensive....
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  • Ryokan Kamogawa Asakuda (Family Hotel Ka...

  • Ryokan ( Asakusa )
  • They do a wonderful job at this little ryokan. The absolute BEST part of our stay was the FREE breakfasts. Don't be fooled by the description of Toast and Coffee. They definitely go the extra mile....
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  • Daikokuya

  • Tempura ( Asakusa )
  • Just need to queue outside on the bench for maybe 3 to 5mn. Who cares! It's delicious. Location is great. Service is fast and good. Staff is dedicated. Clients are a mix of tourists and locals.
  • Otoya: Okachimachi

  • Teishoku, Yoshoku ( Ueno )
  • Otoya is a tradition Japanese tei-shoku (meal set) with a healthy twist: all items are conveniently tagged with a calorie count, and overly heavy or fatty sauces aren't used. The food was really delic...
  • Aoi Maru Shin

  • Tempura ( Asakusa )
  • I ordered "Oebi tendon," 1,680yen. Delicious. It arrived with miso soup, green tea, and pickled greens. Two huge shrimp lying across the bowl, along with sweet potato and tempura jalapeo. Ev...
  • Bunodo

  • Japanese Goods, Antiques ( Asakusa )
  • If you're in Japan for any period of time, a fan is a very practical thing to acquire. Muggy weather isn't at all uncommon, and a fan can help you alleviate that. If you're in Asakasa, be sure to chec...
  • Bengara

  • Japanese Goods ( Asakusa )
  • Bengara is a haven for people seeking authentic souvenirs. They specialize in noren, but they have other traditional fabric crafts as well. For instance, if you're interested in furoshiki, you can fin...
  • Asakusa Jinja

  • Shrines ( Asakusa )
  • The Sanja-Matsuri is a great place to get a first hand look at the Yakuza celebrating and having a good time. Recently, the police have been cracking down on the festival (it got a little bit violent...
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  • Sometaro: Asakusa

  • Okonomiyaki, Monja ( Asakusa )
  • The food at this restaurant is reasonably priced and quite tasty. Though not the best okinomiyaki in the world, the friendly helpful staff and English menu/instruction guide offer a easy, painless int...
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