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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...
Points of Interest & Landmarks, Architectural Buildings
"Must see in Tokyo"
reviewed 1 week ago by Toni T
Magnificient view over Tokyo. Entrance to the top deck is more expensive, but defenitely worth it. The steel structure of the tower is engineering art. Lots of shops and other tourist attractions in basement building. Next time I would try night time view.
A must for One Piece fans! It’s quite a small place within the tower but there’s a fair bit to enjoy. There are games based on each of the straw hats- my favourite was Robin’s Ponegliff game, in which you have to go on a treasure hunt around the place. Give yourself around 3 hours here so you can enjoy...
We wondered around the grounds of the temple without paying to enter the displays. The architecture is incredible, massive wooden roof structure and doors. The gardens are lovely and the temple is considered an important cultural property. Worth visiting but cannot comment on the exhibitions.
"Japanese haute cuisine: time travel back to Old Japan"
reviewed 4 days ago by SPQR2018
Tofuya Ukai is a culinary gem in the very center of Tokyo, right at the feet of the shiny red TV tower, in the middle of a magical garden.
The restaurant occupies a wooden, traditional building. When you enter you literally go back in time. The staff wears authentic costumes and you're surrounded with wood carvings of old days. Your...
After 35 years traveling to and around Japan we’ve been to some great Teppanyaki restaurants but Akasaka was a new one for us. As you’d expect the welcome and service was polite and efficient. The view outstanding and the menu as well. Great wine list and a very good view out over the city. Wonderful! Perfect..... except for 1 thing!...
Fantastic atmosphere that starts with the chefs all yelling their welcome greeting from the kitchen.
Excellent menu -sushi, especially the soft shell crab a highlight and the chefs made a special sushi for my daughter who preferred chicken to fish.
Servings are very generous so don’t over order.
Also recommend gyoza entree.
"The Maitre D’ made our lunch so much more memorable!!!!"
reviewed 18 April 2018 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...
I went to this restaurant with my husband yesterday evening. We took 2 pizzas and we liked them a lot!
Pizzas were light and we hadn’t to drink a lot of glasses of water during the night.
The staff is also very kind;)
The room was spacious and comfortable. Very clean and modern. Breakfast buffet was also great with a lot of international options and some Japanese too. All staff spoke fluent English. in fact, most of them are foreigners. Overall really enjoyed my stay and found the money well-spent.
Perched above Tokyo with a perfect view of the Tokyo tower, my young family were stunned by every aspect of the magnificent hotel. From the arrival to the departure it was one unique experience after the other. My only concern being that I didn’t want to leave the hotel to explore. My kids will have this memory forever
Stayed for 3 nights in July, we found the staff very helpful and friendly towards us, the breakfast choice was extremely varied both for locals and overseas visitors and the restaurant service and food was exemplary although a little pricey it was well worth it.
The room was very comfortable with a good view of the park and also into...
My daughter and I stayed at the hotel for 4 nights.
We used the concierge service extensively with great success and convenience.
The room was lovely and spacious.
A great central location and my daughter especially loved the comfortable bedding.
The room having the bay view provides awesome views from both the room as well as while relaxing in the tub.
Free shuttle to the metro so quite convenient to travel around when not using the taxi.
One big negative - no Gym/swimming pool or spa facilities.