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Odaiba is an entertainment hotspot with a giant ferris wheel, concert halls, amusement arcades and lots of shopping. It also boasts Oedo-onsen-monogatari, a hotspring that recreates old Edo-era ambiance and is very popular with foreign visitors. Shiodome has ultra-modern office buildings where you can often find restaurants with a great high-rise view of Tokyo. The neighboring area of Shinbashi is a district of much older commercial buildings and it's a great place to join 'salary men' enjoying a drink and snacks at street stalls under the railway bridges after work.
Eat, see, and stay in Odaiba / Shiodome / Shinbashi
"47 Ronin site of the sepppuku of Lord Asano aka Obake Icho"
reviewed 3 February 2017 by brixtontrev
This is the site closest to where Lord Asano committed seppuku after attacking Lord Kira in Edo Castle. he performed the act on the estate of Lord Tamura Ukyo-dayu. There used to be a very tall pine tree here called Obake Icho and this monument marks the spot where it stood. It fell down during the 1923 earthquake but when...
This place have a great and delicious grilled pork. The pork have been grilled to a perfection. The sauce is sweet and tangy, which is goes well with the rice as well.
Definitely will come back again to this place in the future.
After going down the stairs to the basement one is confronted with no one around! Vending machines with food and beverage pictures are on the machine. One has to choose the meal one wants. Their recommendation is a bowl of noodle with charsiu (pork slices), soft boiled egg and accompaniments. It cost just under ¥1700. Take the ticket to an...
"You won’t regret ordering the Matsusaka beef platter"
reviewed 21 January 2020 by 200genevievel
Our Japanese cousin recommended and booked this restaurant for new year’s eve dinner. It’s part of the Oreno chain of restaurants which provides great value for money.
We had a family of 16, must order matsusaka 1kg beef platter (we had 4 platters), must must must order beef tongue, bimbimbab, other cuts of beef and loads of alcohol (how can...
"Perfectly Stay between the center of Tokyo and Haneda Airport "
reviewed 4 weeks ago by WTNYC80
the hotel is very convenient to access by Shimbashi Station with underground subway and JR train line. the hotel room is perfectly size for a couple to staying in long trips or short trips which is the best services with all amenities and laundry machine inside the hotel room. the hotel locations are mixed with the Local Japanese styles and...
Great location between Shimbashi and Ginza. Hotel publc areas but we had a room on a low floor with noise from the trains. Smell was a little stale also. Room small. However, you don't visit Tokyo to stay in your room.
Very clean and modern. The staff is super friendly and helpful. Free buffet, free wine. The beds are very comfortable and the room has everything you might need. The breakfast is very tasty. The location is really good. It was just perfect, sad that we stayed only 3 nights! Would definitely recommend!
Excellent location within minutes from several Subway stations to get you all over Tokyo and to the airports, also few blocks away from Ginza, Tokyo Tower, famous temple and seafood market. This hotel is well equipped with a bath tub so you can enjoy a hot bath with the Sakura scented powder. Ladies get a pouch of top quality Japanese...
Stayed at the 8th floor adjoining room with family facing the train tracks. You can hear the train passing it’s not so loud and noisy that we were able to have a good sleep. Reception staff not so knowledgeable can’t communicate well in English. Room was small not much space for 2 big luggage, no wardrobe they provide few clothes...