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We stayed 2 nights at this toyoko inn that is very old. To get to your room, you have to walk an external alley that is not very clean at all.. I have probably made more than 200 roomnights in toyoko inn around Japan and...More
The check in is fast. The room is clean and comfortable. It's surrounded by restaurants and convenient stores, so it's easy to find something to eat. It takes 3 minutes walk from Otsuka station to the hotel.
Really convenient, just a stone's throw away from the Otsuka train station and there are many eateries along the way which are opened till late at night.
Was surprised by how the corridor was exposed though. It kinda gave me a feeling of staying in...More
This is one of the older properties of Toyoko Inn chain. But, as usual, is conveniently located near the JR Yamanote line Otsuka's station. About 5 minutes walk. There are plenty of food surrounding the street and by 2015, the local shops union is going...More
The gret thing about this hotel is its location as it is just a few steps walk from Otsuka Station which is in Yamanote line (the green circle line; shibuya, shinjuku, ikebukuro, harajuku, all are in this line).
The room is small but if you...More
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