Toyoko Inn Asakusa Senzoku

1-15-1 Senzoku, Taito, Tokyo Prefecture, 111-0031, Japan
Toyoko Inn Asakusa Senzoku Tsukuba Express
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How to get to Yokohama Bayside Marina

by ranmeg

Hi, I'm going to Tokyo on 9 June. Pls tell me how to get to
1. Yokohama,
2. Yokohama Bayside Marina from Ikebukuro
3. Odaiba

Pls give me specific information on which subway to take & which station I must change trains.

THank you very much.

Re: How to get to Yokohama Bayside Marina

by tsa

You can get to Yokohama from Tokyo station in few different ways but I recommend the followings.
1)Use JR Tokai Line - it only takes 25 min (about 4 stops). Platform is located on ground level.

2)JR Yokosuka Line - it takes about 30 min (about 5 stops). Platform is underground and it's kind of difficult to find.

Most of Japanese people take the No1 option.

You can check this site for how to get to Odaiba.

Re: How to get to Yokohama Bayside Marina

by ranmeg

Thanks. From Yokohama I change trains?

Re: How to get to Yokohama Bayside Marina

by dru46

I'm not too sure on the question, but here is a bit more information.

From Ikebukuro to Yokahama Bayside Marina:

1. Take the Shonan Shinjuku Line, Rinkai Line, or Saikyo Line from Ikebukuro to Yokohama Station. Be very careful. The platform has 3 train lines using the same tracks. Saikyo Line trains stop at Shinjuku. Some, on the Shonan Shinjuku line continue to Yokohama. Others are on the Rinkai Line that go to Odaiba.

If the train goes to Ofuna, you are safe. If it goes to Shinjuku or Shin Toyosu, you could be in trouble. If it goes to Shinjuku only, or Shin Toyosu, you will have to change trains. I'd recommend changing at Shinjuku for either of these trains. Be VERY CAREFUL on which train you board.

2. Transfer at Yokohama Station. Go to the Keihin Tohoku Negishi Line and go to Shin Sugita Station. If the platform is headed towards Tokyo Station, you are going the wrong way.

3. Transfer at Shin Sugita Station. You will leave the JR Lines and take a private line called the Seaside Line. Go to Torihama Station. It's a 5 minute walk from there.

From Ikebukuro to Odaiba:

Go to the Saikyo Line; Rinkai Line; Shonan Shinjuku Line platform. Go towards Shinjuku Station.

1. If the train is going towards Shin Kiba Station, go all the way to Tokyo Teleport Station or Kokusai-Tenjijo Station. Depends on where you want to go in Odaiba.

2. If the train goes to Shinjuku, change to the Rinkai Line Platform. It's probably the same platform, but check. Again, trains should be headed towards Shin Kiba.

3. If the train goes to Ofuna Station, transfer at Osaki Station. Signs will help you find your way around.

As you can see, it's very hard to use this line. For ease of travel, just wait for the train you need.

Re: How to get to Yokohama Bayside Marina

by ranmeg


Travel Tips for Tokyo


by dalinkwent

A view of the city I briefly made my home. It's amazing. A little intimidating at first? Definetly. Even for me who's been to Sydney, New York, LA, and Bangkok; major cities that I feel the master of. And my home of D.C. isnt exactly a small town. But being in a totally different culture. In a packed town where everything is so unfamiliar. I was plopped into Tokyo and had to do things myself. That's probably what made me love it so much eventually. Once you master the subway and figure out the neighborhoods, you feel as if you own the streets. I've always enjoyed being unique and being a foreigner at peace with the streets of Tokyo is as unique as it gets. COME TO TOKYO. FACE IT HEAD ON. LIVE LIKE A LOCAL. YOU'LL NEVER FORGET IT. Riding the subway to Shibuya, stepping out of the station into the pouring rain at 11 pm, not knowing how to get back home and not caring. Just looking to explore and have an adventure in one of the greatest cities in the world.

Japanese Fish Ponds

by AKtravelers

One of my favorite things about Tokyo is its many secluded Japanese fish ponds, which bring peace and nature to the urban madness. Designed with the traditional aesthetic, these pondsare intended to bring calm to one's soul, and they do. Importantly, they are all populated by monstrous koi who follow you as you walk around the pond, hoping for a handout. This always makes me feel welcome.
You can find ponds like this scattered throughout Tokyo. There is one behiod the National Museum in Ueno Park and this one is at the Yasukuni Shrine.


by stonefree

What's the matter with this Blade Runner style building, huh? The Metropolitan Government's Office. This might be a "Must See" to you visitors, in the meantime, it is a "Trap" for us citizens of Tokyo. It's just a building of TAX for us.

Ok, you visitors, as you've been here with much trouble, at least go up to the observatory on the 45th floor, 202meters high ; )

Royal Lemonade Tea

by machomikemd

dee licious! what more could i say eh? well i love iced tea so that when i go to a particular country I would try their kind of iced tea and here in tokyo the first Iced tea that i've tasted is the royal lemonade tea and this is made by coca cola japan from black oolong tea leaves flavored with lemons and sugar. this iced tea is available everywhere especially from coco cola vending machines, in convenience stores and supermarkets and comes in 250, 500 and 1 liter bottles and costs 130 yen, 250 yen and 400 yen depending on the size of the bottle. try to taste it and you'll not be disappointed!

Model Homeless

by stmlnyc

In the free entry parks, you'll probably notice the homeless men mostly between the ages of 40 and 60...too young to collect a pension and too old to work for whatever reason.

I have yet to see one begging or acting belligerent. Most seem quite clean, no doubt using the clean public toilets and washrooms.

You can spot their 'home' and belongings covered in a blue tarp.


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Address: 1-15-1 Senzoku, Taito, Tokyo Prefecture, 111-0031, Japan