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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
I went up there after visiting the Kyu Shiba Rikyu gardens. At 602Y it is cheap and I was advised prior to purchasing the ticket that due to anothet building Mt Fuji could not be seen but I had seen it from other towers. You get a wonderful view of the eastern side of central tokyo, the gardens and tokyo...
Visiting in the Spring, the temple and surrounding area provided a few hours of peace, tranquility and clam. The gardens were stunning with an amazing display of colour and variety of both cheer blossoms and other flowering plants; the temple itself an excellent example of the Korean religious history, and the crowds were actually very small - a bonus. Very...
The Rainbow Bridge arches over Tokyo Bay, linking Odaiba with the rest of Tokyo. I took the Yurikamome line, which runs through this winding bridge and alight at Daiba station. The view along the bridge is nice, overlooking the Tokyo waterfront. I saw some people walking along the sides of the bridge.
What an absolute pleasure of a meal. So, it might not be a purist Japanese experience. But to have such joy in the flavours! The beef in wasabi sauce was once the best beef dishes I've ever tasted (and that includes Kaiseki 511 in Tokyo). Very good, fresh nigiri also. Thanks
"The Maitre D’ made our lunch so much more memorable!!!!"
reviewed 5 days ago by Sydney2000000
We both had set menu Blanc Carte which was only available on weekday for ¥4,600 plus tax. The food was delicious and presentation matched the high food standard. The appetiser and entree contained 3 separate small things with distinctive and interesting flavours. We commented on the food and how sophisticated it was, the French Maitre D’ said lunch was a...
It’s a small Italian restaurant close to Tokyo Tower.
I was invited by friends there for the first time.
Foods were excellent although drink menus were relatively limited.
It was quite busy so that there was 2 hour time limit even if one has a reservation.
Only requirement there is a customer has to be a Napoli fan. Otherwise table...
"My #1 Hotel in the World .. and I am not exaggerating"
reviewed 3 days ago by Sumit R
This was my second stay at the Conrad and I felt compelled to again write a review as soon as I got back home. This is a very pricey and exclusive hotel so you have to be a little flexible with your dates if you are shopping for a good rate. But this much I can guarantee - you are...
"Expensive, but view from this immaculately designed room is just awesome."
reviewed 5 days ago by EsotericVagabond
Room Type: Andaz Large (55sqm)
- The amazing view from its floor to ceiling windows is possibly among the best in Tokyo
- Room itself is tastefully designed
- Professional and helpful staff
- The nearest subway station is about 800m away, so expect a bit of a walk. If you're hauling...
Located almost on top of the subway, The Park Hotel is a great place to stay if you can figure out the subway system. The service is excellent, the staff is friendly and helpful, especially the concierge. Most everyone I came in contact with spoke English.
Several people wrote about the small rooms. I have heard people say what difference...
Taxi drivers always know the hotel location. If you know the short cut, the metro stations are near on foot. In my most recent stay, I discovered the hotel started to provide a free phone for guest to use during the stay. Looking forward to the main wing’s reconstruction to be completed before the Olympics.
"The exellence of my experience with The Royal Park"
reviewed 6 days ago by Teddyboy T
I did a last minute booking with this hotel through Agoda. My first three days in tokyo, i was booked at the Imperial hotel, but made a trip to Kyoto for one night, and came back the folllowing day and stayed at the Royal Park. The location may not be ginza, but its merely a subway ride. And theres a...