Dai-Ichi Tokyo Seafort
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Smoking rooms available
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDai-Ichi Tokyo Seafort Shinagawa
The hotel was nice! The only problem I had was there was no room service available. I was told that it was closed.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Dai-Ichi Tokyo Seafort Shinagawa
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... Market is best known as one of the world's largest fish markets, handling over 2,000 tons of marine products per day. Tsukiji Market consists of an inner market where most of the wholesale business and the famous tuna auctions are taking place and an outer market whose retail shops and restaurants carter to the public. We don't make it to the auction as you need to start lining up by 4am and there are only about 150 who are let in everyday but we do make it in ...
... it all. Now a roller coaster ride - Galaxy Express 999. Tom & I hold valuables outside the Galaxy Express!! Tom forgot his seasickness patch!! An hour before our family bowling tournament. Tom & I need a little 30 minute nap! Girls plus Tyler seem to be going strong. This hotel is working out great for us. Family bowling tournament was fun! Kylie Farmer joined us so we had Kylie, Anna, Tyler, Ryan, Kayne, Tom, Skip, Tabo, Elaine & ...
... two art galleries we were now about 2 hours ahead of our planned schedule so we sat drinking wine at the bar and admiring the view for about an hour then we set out for Shinjuku for dinner. We wandered into a small restaurant that we liked the look of and we had a mixed sashimi plate with a raw prawn, avocado and tofu salad, arabesque greenling, which is a grilled fish split in half and tempura baby octopus, washed down with a bottle of Chablis.
The next morning, and our last day in Tokyo, we headed to the Tokyo Stock Exchange. We got to go inside and have a tour, see the traders at work and a learn a bit more about how things work. We were surprised to see very few people actually working in the stock exchange and learnt that most trading is done automatically by computers. There was a ticker that scrolled round the trading floor - interestingly it went fast when lots of trading was going on, and ...
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