Hotel Avanshell Akasaka
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... well and then headed for the train. The rice triangles ended up being delicious and just what we needed to get through the train ride. However we may have over calculated our “other” purchases because by the time we reached the Tokyo station we were full and that meant that our last meal in japan had sadly enough come from a convenience store rather than some fresh sushi or amazing ramen. Oh well, truth be told we had already enjoyed amazing experiences in ...
... the top 15 floors of the Shinjuku Park Tower, a building with three distinct sub-towers. This place is a cut above anything I've ever experienced. We are met a hundred feet out where are bags are taken from us. We are escorted up the elevator to the hotel lobby, on the 39th floor and taken to the reception area. Instead of a large, bar height desk, there are multiple individual desks. We are asked to sit at one. The doorman had called up and the receptionist had our paperwork ready ...
... crossings and only proceed when the traffic light cuckoo starts to sing. We have laughed at the quirky signs, experienced the weird and wonderful in "Electric City" and generally had an amazing time. In fact the only thing along the way that didn't excel was Mt Fuji. It is indeed a breathtaking mountain, but it chose not to reveal itself to us despite a perfect weather forecast. You can't win them all. So now we prepare to leave the Northern Hemisphere and fly south to New ...
We then bought the 15US$ train tickets to Shinagawa station and started the 90-minute ride to our hotel.
Upon check-in, we were assigned a suite (which was a 3-time upgrade from the basic room we got using IHG point). The suit was great, on the 28th floor, but its living room was STINKING of cigarettes, although we were told it was a non-smoking suite.
We then went to explore Ginza, visited the Sony showcase building, the Kabuki theater and a lovely ...
... packed and we had to hurry around, and missed large parts of the garden.
Next stop was the Happoen Garden. A famous spot for bridal pairs to have their photos taken. We were lucky to see 2 photo sessions, brides dresses in magnificent kimonos. We wandered through the garden to a pretty tea house, where we attended a tea ceremony. First we were served a couple of sweet things and then green tea, frothed up. But before we would drink it, we had ...