BRASTEL MEETS SULTAN INDIAN RESTAURANT HIGASHI-UENO

REASONS TO VISIT:

  1. Healthy food and great place for social gatherings!
  2. Carefully chosen music and friendly staff create a fun-filled experience that clients adore!
  3. Sultan utilizes a high-quality ingredients with diversified culinary styles!
  4. Sultan cooks produce some of the finest dishes ensuring the right balance between nutrition and exquisite taste!

FEATURES:
Established: 2004
English menu: Available
English speaking staff: Available
Working hours:
Mon 〜 Sun 11:00 am ~ 11:00 pm (L.O. 10:30 pm)
Holidays: open every day

Recommendations of the house:

  • We now offer up to 65 different mouth-watering dishes based on our clients’ individual tastes and preferences.

Reviews from customers:

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Location and contacts:
Area:  Ueno, Tokyo
Address:  5-24-9 Hihashi Ueno Taito-ku Tokyo
Tel: 03-5828-5306
URL: http://sultancurry.com/index.php

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BRASTEL MEETS OAK HOTEL

REASONS TO VISIT:

  1. Oak hotel offers reasonable and comfortable stay!
  2. Several unique features, such as bicycle rentals, cell phone rental, rickshaw service, Japanese cultural events and parties!
  3. Staff have a lot of experience with world travel and living in foreign countries, high understanding of exactly what guests demand!

FEATURES:
Established: 2005
English speaking staff: Available
Working hours:
Front desk: Mon – Sun 6:00 am – 1:00 am
Holidays: open every day


Reviews from customers:

  • I stayed there 1 week. Rooms are small, just like everything in Japan. Beds are japanese style, hard. Rooms were clean and nice. Shower/toilet in the room was the smallest I’ve ever seen. Hotel staff is great! Wlan worked in the room. Hotel was quiet. Location is great, close to UENO where you get fast train to Airport and train/subway around the city.
  • This hotel is in a good location, right near the metro lines, and also a short walk from the station that the skyliner train from the airport goes to. The rooms are small, but enough space to lie a suitcase down and theres a desk area. The bed was fine, we stayed in the western style double room. The bathroom is tiny, but clean. The hotel had free internet which was great, and a small kitchen and washing machine which was really handy. I would definitely stay here again.
  • Coming from Narita with the Skyliner which has got its endpoint at Ueno, it was not a to long walk to the hotel, which was easy to find walking along Asakusa dori. Checkin was from 3pm, i was there around 2pm but my luggage was stores safely in the bagage storage room. Checkin itself was easy and went swiftly. Staff was helpfull, spook and understood good english, so no problems there.

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Location and contacts:
Area: Ueno, Tokyo
Address: 6-1-12 Higashiueno, Taito-ku, Tokyo
Tel: 03-5828-0551
URL: http://www.oakhotel.co.jp/english/
Email: hotelinquiry@oakhotel.co.jp 

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BRASTEL MEETS MOZES SAN NO KEBAB


Reasons to Visit:

1.    Turkish traditional donar kebab for 500 yen!
2.    3 types of sauces, 5 levels of spiciness for sauce!
3.    3 types of kebab: beef, chicken and mix!


Features:

English Menu: Available
English speaking staff: Available
Credit cards: Not accepted
Business hours: Mon. – Sun. 9:00 am – 9:30 pm
Holidays: open every day

Recommendation of the house:

Come to eat a special kebab prepared by our chef Buyukkoles Cemal!

Reviews from the customers:

–    The texture of meat and vegetables was very good and went well with spicy source I chose.
–    I had to go back and back to this place for a week after I tried the taste of Mozes kebab for the first time.
–    It is rather good option for the fast food as it has a lot of veggies inside.
–    I was not sure if I would like the taste of meat, but to my surprise it was sweet and juicy!

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Location and contacts:
Area: Ueno, Tokyo
Address : Ameyoko Center bldg. 1F #42, Ueno 4-7-8, Taito-ku, Tokyo
Tel: 03-3835-7297 / 090-9972-3726 

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Tibet: Treasures from the Roof of the World 2009.09.19-2010.01.11

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September 20th, 2009 by James
The exhibition, “Tibet: Treasure from the Roof of the World,” has been traveling throughout the world since 2004 and now is exhibiting in Japan. This exhibition does not present the accurate modern history and culture of Tibet.  The Ueno Royal Museum is currently hosting an exhibition of Chinese government-owned Tibetan artifacts.
Schedule:  Sept. 19 – Jan. 11
Venue:  The Ueno Royal Museum
Tel: 03-3833-4191
Address:  1-2 Ueno Park

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