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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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