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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... be at least 16 years of age. This would be perfect for school students if they wish to learn about the importance of working in a team.
After an exhausting day of running around to cover as many options possible, I pretty much collapsed once I reached the hotel. After decided to go just outside the hotel and grab some food from one of the take away shops, I was eager for bed.
... that it was the same person and handed me my money, and a tissue. I had, had enough of the constant money troubles and broke down in tears relieved we could finally carry on our trip and have a decent meal. Rach and I rendezvoused at the hostel almost at the same time. She had also been successful in getting her police report.
We had a day to kill and with the sun shining I hoped we could finally make it to see Mount Fuji. The weather had been so rubbish the last ...
On Tuesday Kevin took the morning off so that we could meet with the relocation agent and visit the town hall to confirm our residency. Saeko met us at our apartment block and we set off.....we went on our first bus and so I now know where our nearest stop is and how to use the service! Getting the residency cards we had been issued with at the airport updated with our address was relatively straightforward and didn't take too long. Next we set off for the mobile phone shop. ...
... subway. I was able to purchase two stored-value pasmo prox cards at the first station. Unless you're a glutton for punishment or have an interest in arcane fare schemes, these cards are required. There are a dozen different train companies in Tokyo and each has their own lines and fare schemes. Connections are allowed, but require special gates, etc.
Anyways, we make it just fine (against traffic) over to Asakusa station. We immediately started looking ...
... to their destination quicker. Just so that they can get to their office and fill out a form and get about 17 people's signature and facsimile I'm guessing.
Anyway, I then head back to the station and take the train to Hackone Yamoto. It takes about 90 minutes and I arrive at this little town which seems like a mountain town or hill station. Little cafes and shops line the streets and the tourist information centre is in a prime central location just outside the train ...