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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
A friend of ours lives right near the World Trade Center in Hamamatsucho. (I wonder how many world trade centers there are in the world. :)
If you are into sweeping panoramas of Tokyo this one is very good. There is an admission charge. I rather prefer the high sky observatory in the Mori Building in Roppongi Hills. Sky Tree...
Easy describes, If you are One Piece fans definitely worth it. Excellent 👍👍
They have many of type of games, and the live show must watch. But the this that sold will quite expensive but as say worth it.
Points of Interest & Landmarks, Architectural Buildings
"Nice, but ＄100.00 nice?"
reviewed 3 days ago by frankw794
Very efficient, immaculate customer service (are you listening, Eiffel Tower??). A beautiful, crystal clear evening with a full-moon made the city sparkle. But for a family of four (13 & 11), nearly ＄100.00 was perhaps a bit steep for what is basically an elevator ride. But you only live once, right!
These lovely gardens are well worth a wander if you are nearby. They are only about 10 minutes walk from the train station and Tsukiji Fish Market. Manicured lawns, trimmed trees and an expanse of water reflecting surrounding foliage, city buildings and a teahouse provide beautiful vistas. Surprisingly we were almost the only people there.
We were there to celebrate the new year. Arrived at about 10pm and there were already a lot of people. There were foods stalls and stalls selling the charms.
People gathered in front of the temple and waited to go inside to pay their respects and say prayers on the first day of the new year.
It was a special...
My family and I recently enjoyed a wonderful dinner at Nobu. Having lived in Japan now for many years, and having eaten at some of Tokyo's finest sushi restaurants (which are the best in the world), I was quite impressed with our experience at Nobu.
We have eaten at the West Hollywood restaurant, so we were a little familiar with...
Visited at lunch time with my wife to celebrate a special occasion. The venue offers spectacular views of the Tokyo skyline from different angles within a spacious and comfortable environment. Very courteous and attentive staff beginning with the French Maitre in line with what you would expect from a restaurant of this calibre. We had the Christmas special menu and...
Excellent Chinese food, family owned and run Chinese restaurant with professional Chinese Chefs. I have lived in China and enjoyed the nostalgia of delicious Chinese food. If your in the area this restaurant is a gem and only a step away from the main drag! Recommend and will try again :)
The prices are so reasonable for the quality of the sushi I’d certainly be back the next time I’m in japan! My favourite would be the Ebi Mayo Sushi (¥162) which I ordered 3 times (if not more!) absolutely delicious and fresh!
Tip: Go slightly before 6 to avoid the crowd as the place is really small and may get...
We were fortunate to be able to stay at the Conrad Tokyo! It’s in a posh district of Tokyo but the train station is a minute away, so you can go anywhere in the city that you would like to visit. Upon entering, Yushiko was so friendly and honest on what floor we should stay. It was really refreshing. Aisha...
"Very near to monorail station to tour around Odaiba area"
reviewed yesterday by Phee_SYN
Stayed for 1 night at the corner triple room and was impress by the view in the hotel. We were able to see the skytree from our hotel room and manage to catch the mt. Fuji view upon checking out. The hotel was linked to a monorail station through a short bridge and no problem for us to push our...
"Fantastically renovated hotel. Small rooms but full of Japanese charm and character"
reviewed 6 days ago by Robert S
Perfectly situated, Hotel The Celestine Tokyo Shiba, was the perfect base for a working trip. Recently renovated, from the stylish lobby to the guest floors and rooms, the hotel oozes Japanese chic and is comfortable and welcoming. The rooms are typically on the small side by Western business standards but are functional and comfortable. First class stay!
This hotel is just 10 to 15 minutes walk from Hamamatsucho JR station or 3 minutes free shuttle bus service provided by the hotel. With JR Rail Pass, this hotel is perfectly good to stay. Price is reasonable. Room is very clean and mattress is firm. Coffee making machine is the most I like. Quiet and less noisy make us...
Convenient location within 10 minutes easy and uncrowded walk from the Haneda Airport monorail station. 3 restaurants. All good quality and reasonable prices. However although bar nice, it closed to guests on Saturday night for a private party!! Friendly and helpful staff. Room clean but old fashioned bathroom. Cracked basin and poor hand shower over bath. However on balance I...