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Yotsuya and Iidabashi are areas that developed around the outer moat of the Imperial palace. Nearby in Kagurazaka, there is an old red-light district with a photogenic feel evocative of the ambiance of old Tokyo. Narrow paths with stone paving remain to this day, and there are long-standing restaurants with geishas and quaint old cafes in townhouse buildings.
Wonderful destination for a large expo.
We were advised to line up early and get a seat in the stands on arrival. We safely left our coats and purchases on the seat all day. It gave us a meeting point and somewhere to regroup and rest. Take a photo of your seat area so you can find it again!
Just across the street from the Budokan sits a park home to the Yasukuni Shrine. This shrine is dedicated to those who gave their lives in defense of Japan including WWII. My company's Tokyo office is near by. My work associate explained that the area gets very contentious and rowdy in the week leading up to August 15. The impressive...
Elio's is Fantastic!! The food is just the best and the wait staff are helpful and eager to please.The pasta dishes are to die for and his cheeses are always excellent. Elio himself is larger than life and a real character to have a chat with. We have spent several memorable occasions here in the past few years and will...
We didn't have time to sit in the cafe, but they offer a nice variety of takeaways including sandwiches and desserts. None of the signs are in English, so we had to guess...but the egg salad was good as well as a ham and cheese sandwich. Of course, the desserts were yummy.
Some of the best teppanyaki I have had. We shared the filet and lobster combination, with several kinds of cold sake to accompany the food. The chef was outstanding, and servers were extremely attentive but not intrusive. A bit pricey but worth it! A view to the front reveals activities at the Tokyo Dome amusement area.
All the dishes of "Ishikawa" are really great.
There are many fine Japanese restaurants in the Japan, but there are few opportunities to meet these great dishes.
All of the dishes are simply refined, deep and delicate.
There are a lot of dishes finished up to 90%, but if you want to meet a 100% tasting dish, there is no...
We stopped in here randomly on the way to the roller coaster at Tokyo dome. Was a good find :) love the theme of the tester aunt. We got three dishes and shared them and it was too much food. Because two of the dishes were from the lunch menu we each got free refills for our soft drinks for...
Considering the location, great breakfast (Japanese or continental), fantastic location (3 subway stations within a 3 min. walk), great views (ask for a high floor room), great choice of 'in house' reastaurants, perfectly clean rooms, great service and reasonable pricing..... LOOK NO FURTHER! The only minor complaint I have is regarding the limited number of English language TV stations. The...
"Very good hotel in good location with great apartments"
reviewed 31 October 2017 by Elon G
The Agnes is very well located in Kagurazaka which is loaded with excellent restaurants of all kind. The area around the hotel is very lively at night yet still the hotel is very quite. It is near the subway station that will take you everywhere in Tokyo. The room we had was very good and the service is top class....
Location was very good, in a quiet resident area, close to Iidabashi subway station, Tokyo Dome. Room was small, not enough space to unpack my bags. Everything in the room was simple but well arranged. Bathroom was small too and a bit outdated. Staff was friendly but could not speak English very well. WiFi was free but a bit slow.
"Nice hotel with very good breakfast buffet - and lots of bars and reaturants nearby"
reviewed 30 January 2018 by JohnnyDoe34
We got stuck in Tokyo with bad weather. The reception staff was very friendly and professional. The rooms were reasonably sized (for Japanese standard even big) and super-tidy and clean. Nice and very efficient furniture design. The breakfast buffet was excellent, a mix of japanese and international dishes, freshly made.
I would go there again any day.