Ikebukuro staff Archive

My name is Ayako Shinohara.

I'm a new stuff of Sakura Hotel "IKEBUKURO".

I can speak Korea !!!!
I am studying to speak English as well as Korean !!!!

I will upload a brief self-introduction and photos.
If you click 【READ MORE】 after the picture,You can see other pictures.

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Posted by: trainee (June 21, 2018 7:20 PM) | Permalink

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I'm Hiroshi with trainee.

The rainy season begins!. Take care your health.

Well, I went to see the hydrangea in Kamakura the other day, so today I will introduce about it.

To the Kamakura area, if you use the Shonan Shinjuku Line, you can take to get to there about one hour from Ikebukuro station.

To "Tokeiji" in Kitakamakura!


It looks like a Zen temple built in the 1200's, and hydrangea became the best time to see in early June.


Hydrangea is a representative flower by the rainy season of Japan, By the way, flower language seems to be "patient love"


When I went there, I had made a special public of "Iwagarami" which is one of hydrangea varieties.

【Period MAY 19th-JUNE 10th

It was very mysterious, blooming all over the wall!


Have you ever tried Japanese sweets?

It is a sweet made by imagining the four seasons and you can enjoy not only taste but also appearance. By the way it has been made with flowers motif.

【Period JUNE 1st-17th


Both the hydrangea and the tea shop are near the end of term. If this year is hard to go there, please visit next year!

Thank you for reading!!


Posted by: trainee (June 15, 2018 9:00 PM) | Permalink

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Hello! I am a new staff Natsuko.

I'm from KOCHI. Do you know KOCHI? There are many delicious food and japanese sake! And many beautiful nature!

And I moved to Tokyo when I was a university student.

I studied about Tourism at university.

After that I moved to Kurashiki in Okayama and worked at a travel agency.

Kurashiki is beautiful city. Many traditional cityscape!

And good access to Naoshima Island. Naoshima is famous for art.


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Posted by: trainee (June 4, 2018 12:34 PM) | Permalink

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Good morning! I'm Hiroshi with trainee.

Today I will introduce recommended places in the sightseeing spots!

It's a world heritage Miyajima in Hiroshima prefecture of Japan!

Have you ever been to there?

Miyajima is registered as a world heritage place and it's one of Japan's leading sightseeing places. Many tourists visit both Japanese and foreigners throughout the year.

We need to take a ferry to go to Miyajima.

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We can see the deer when arrive at Miyajima, It seems that deer used to swim in the ocean for food.

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And walk down the shopping street to Itsukushima shrine in the world heritage area!

You can see a different view depending on the time!

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If you stay at Miyajima you can see such a fantastic scenery in the evening.

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I think you can have a relaxing time.

Please visit!


Posted by: trainee (May 22, 2018 10:00 AM) | Permalink

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Hello everyone!
I'm Hiroshi from a trainee.
I started to work at Sakura Hotel from March and I will be working from today at 『Sakura Hotel Ikebukuro』 that this is my first training place!

Today I will introduce the training area I have been going on!
First of all, 『Sakura Hotel Jimbocho』


It's within 2 minutes walk from Jimbocho station, so there are office towns, shopping streets and the Imperial Palace nearby, so it's a hotel that many Japanese guests use.
Even if your lunch time , some people in the neighborhood also have lunch. We have a menu unique to the city of curry and Jimbocho, Please feel free to come here!

Next 『Sakura Hostel Asakusa』

It's about 10 minutes by work from Asakusa Station and is located behind the flowers of amusement park.
It's a recommended hostel for long stay guests who have a lot of shared rooms (dormitory rooms) which Sakura Hotel likes to use for foreigners' customers.


Of course, 『Sakura Hotel Ikebukuro』 is also open all year round as a hotel crowded with the most cafe among the five Sakura hotels in Tokyo!

We are servicing 24 hours a day!
As we serve international cuisine, please try eating!



Posted by: trainee (May 18, 2018 11:00 AM) | Permalink

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