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Ginza is famous for being a trendy hotspot, but it's also a downtown area with shops that were founded over a hundred years ago. Department stores and luxury boutiques line the route from Nihonbashi to Ginza. It's a long established tradition to shop and stroll while the road is closed to traffic. Luxury hotels, world class cuisine from talented chefs, and a collection of glitzy clubs will make this area popular with anyone looking for a night out.
Is a Seafood market area in Tokyo, this area is clean, and not so big, maybe around 500 meters long, actually only one street.
You can choose seafood and ask to cook, according to your taste.
Some seafood price is negotiable.
There is also a seafood restaurant in this area, fruit kiosks, Sushi with various sea food topping also available.
Nissan Crossing is on the 1st and 2nd floor of the new Sony Building. It's worth a visit for car lovers. The future cars look super cool. Staff are very friendly. Visitors are allowed to sit in some cars and take pictures. After that, you can also spend time in the whole building by sitting and relaxing in the cafes...
I love these kinds of things so I was expecting to find it interesting, but my mum (who I’d dragged along with me) also found it very interesting which was totally unexpected! The entire exhibition is in one room but there are a huge number of artefacts in display, as well as some games for younger children. All the displays...
We walked what seemed to be like forever after we got off the subway as we headed into the Ginza area. Before we got there, we had to find our way to the main area of Ginza and we noticed the area to be very nice and upscale. The streets were beautifully tree lined and then there were some shops....
Neat bar tucked into the basement of a corner building. They are called the 300 bar because they only charge 300 yen for any food or drink item (about $2.75 USD). Nice people, good drinks, inexpensive. Great spot.
Went to Tapas Molecular Bar in the Mandarin Oriental just in front of Mitsukoshi-mae station. I went for the set menu (the only option) and the non-alcoholic drinks pairing. The food was all classical ingredients and flavours but presented in a different way (e.g. eating soup with a shovel) or with new techniques (e.g. the hand whipped liquid nitrogen bellini...
We didn't have it in us to visit the fish market at some ungodly hour so we did the next best thing - went there for breakfast. After walking around the few narrow lanes we ended up at Yamazaki & it didn't disappoint.
We got the Omakase(11 pieces) and a assortment of other Nigiris. They were all great. The fatty...
This was a very high quality meat place. I unfortunately could not have more than one and a half plates and paid 7000 yen with one beer. It is a cool place to eat by the window. Great service and quality. Open on Sundays
Everyone went above and beyond to make us feel welcome and comfortable. From the management, to the bar, restaurant and fitness staff, we were completely taken care of. Best customer service my husband and I have ever experienced.
Can’t thank Shogo and the rest of the team enough for making our first trip to Japan and my husband’s birthday a...
Plz u have to try this 😍
My friends and I enjoyed the trip
And this wonderful hotel
Nice room,kind sever,convenient place
U won’t regret!!!!
I’d like to come again and again!
Hope to see u soon❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
"Convenient Location Easy Accessibility Great Street View"
reviewed 2 weeks ago by Abbys1988
Traveller from Malaysia here. Hotel Ryumeikan Tokyo is located strategically near Metro Stations which is just 2 mins walk. Also, there is a Family Mart right at the lobby entrance which was a plus for me since i usually get hungry after a day of walking. The hotel breakfast setting was authentic, you could dine in japanese rooms with closed...
"Location..Location..Location and great room and service"
reviewed 4 days ago by Muhamadian R
The best thing about this hotel is the location, the subway below the hotel takes you to Haneda and Narita Airports (there a lift 10 meter from the hotel entrance) and another 3 minutes walk takes you to Ginza station which connects you with almost everything else in Tokyo.
The room is rather small but excellently designed and everything is...
This place is pristine and gorgeous. First, we had the impression that the rooms were small (coming from the US we are not used to small hotel rooms); however, the layout and little details of the rooms made up for the space in quality! What a gorgeous and lifting place.
The attention to detail and comfort in this hotel is...