Akasaka Yoko Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAkasaka Yoko Hotel Minato
We enjoyed this location. The room was very small but no smaller than expected. The staff was very friendly and obliging. Once I bought English tea to make with the kettle in the room we had everything we needed. The view from the window was disappointing.
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... and in its place. Last time I bought a Panasonic it was a TV, here in Japan they (along with the other top names) make toilets. Toilets with buttons and switches and Star Trek style control panels for operating your bottom's "shower facilities". Would you like music with that? Feeling a bit nippy, how about a heated toilet seat? Fed up with the significant other leaving the toilet seat up? Just wave your hand in front of this sensor and the seat is ...
... check out at 4PM.
We then went by train to our current hotel for the night, in Ginza.
While it is not a fancy hotel, it will do.
We then continued to the beautiful Tokyo tower, which is taller than Eiffel tower... .
From there, we took a train to the bustling area of Shinjuku for some sightseeing and a dinner.
... shabu restaurant where you cook thin strips of sirloin and vegetables in boiling water. It was very good. We then decided to walk back t o the hotel. It was about a 2.5 mile walk but we saw some very interesting stores like Shimanmaya and Itoya which was the most phenomenal stationery store that I have ever seen. Tonight we are eating Italian. We will see how that goes.
... exhibit of the Japanese artist, Takeuchi Seiho. He was trained by the Kyoto school but started to incorporate some western techniques. One of first differences you'll notice is it was traditional for Japanese artists to paint screens (what we call room dividers). The subject matter is interesting as well as, at least for this exhibition, it was mainly animals, particularly tigers, monkeys, cats. I'll write a separate post going into more detail on this as I found it ...
I went to the Tokyo University (Todai) which is like the harvard of Japan. There was a school festival where students of the University and students that are in Harvard clubs have tents and they sell food/drinks. It reminded me of the Night Market so that was pretty cool. I went with a friend ...