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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.
We have visited this garden more than once and find it to be a very well maintained and excellent example of a Japanese stroll garden. Begun in the 1600s and of historical significance it is well worth a visit. It has a lovely lake and beautiful stone paths. It is next to the Tokyo dome and very easy to find...
Absolutely gorgeous during the cherry blossom viewing season in the spring but a gorgeous stroll anytime. Combine it with a walk around the Imperial Palace and a visit to the East Gardens, where the original palace once stood.
As a baseball fan that’s been to many games in many stadiums, seeing Tokyo Giants play was incredible! The game was so fun, the fans were all engaged in supporting their teams, and the stadium was relatively clean!
"Japanese taiyaki, sweets with lots of sweet red beans"
reviewed 17 August 2018 by rie s
There is always a line here, showing how popular it has been for many decades. You can take out, or eat in. Try the Taiyaki, fish shaped sweet with lots of hand made sweet red beans. Healthy snack. You might also enjoy mitarashi dango, the small white dumplings covered in sweet soy sauce. For more on Yotsuya area, check "hiddenjapanguide.com"
Since you enter the door, you are in Italy. Even Japanese guys speak a little Italian, and they are so kindly; than Luciano and Salvatore are best in class in the service. Both of them come from Calabria, friendly and with outstanding way of working. I haven’t met no one like them in any other restaurant.
The food? I can...
I ordered oyster katsu and beef tenderloin katsu curry. Waiting for 0.5 hour and it was worthed. The oyster is perfectly cooked, still got juicy taste.
Curry was excellent although i expect a bit more spicy. I would come back again if i visit Yotsuya.
This hotel is located next to the Tokyo Dome where the Giants Baseball team plays. This is a older hotel, but very clean and a big hotel. The rooms are comparable to American sizes. The staff are helpful and friendly and they speak English. The hotel is close to the train station and a lot of stores and restaurants. My...
A colleague recommended it and given the cost of hotels in Tokyo this was really not bad at all. Had a one bedroom apartment with a decent sized living room - the desk could have been a bit bigger and the TV a more exciting range of channels. WiFi was great. The bedroom was not much bigger than the bedroom...
The rooms are smallish but you don't feel hemmed in. Good service. Not too expensive and a lovely area. Lots of good restaurants and interesting shoppling recommended.
Preferable to the usual large hotels with no personality
"Comfortable hotel with very good breakfast buffet"
reviewed 24 April 2018 by TerttuK_13
Friendly and helpful staff. Rooms are small, but very clean, even fresh pajamas supplied daily.Good location, near JR station ( if you are using Japan Rail pass.) Also metro station nearby, 5min walk. Also Airport Limousine service goes from New Otani hotel, that is ca 15 min walk away from Mitsui Garden Hotel., very handy.
Good breakfast. Plenty of eating...
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.