Dai-Ichi Tokyo Seafort
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- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
- High-speed internet 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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... pleasant walk in sunshine and cool mountain air. We returned via Dake Onsen, where we went to a little restaurant run by the lady from the Dream Bar. she greeted us like long lost friends and provided some extra dishes on the house. They included some wasabi tofu, and a fish marinaded in miso and dried. the dish we paid for was tempura with soba noodles. All very nice. The lady handed ...
... up and just decided to stop for some food. a few bottles of sake later... and a few more bottles later... :-) chicken was yum and cabbage leaves with some weird sauce. Then it got a bit emotional and we got a cab back :-) It was fish market breakfast the next morning and the weird guy with "haddock" who told us that we are having sashimi, then potatoes, some crab salad, tasteless tea and miso soup. no choice. just eat. :-) and he kept on talking to us in his ...
... are owned by different rail companies so I can't use my rail pass on all of them. My guidebook is coming in very handy right now! So my aim today was basically to explore one or two of the various districts in Tokyo and Harajuku was the one I was most excited about. I have a couple of books at home called 'Fruits' which are full of pictures of the eccentric fashionistas in this area so I knew I was gonna love it. I took the Yamanote line and stopped off briefly in a ...
... Perhaps because we have a guide with us at all times, we have not even been approached by any of the con artists. But it is worth noting that anyone who approaches you speaking English, offering to take you on a tour, should be avoided. They usually put you in a car, tell you that where you are headed (Grand Palace or whatever) is closed today (renovation, etc.) and they will take you elsewhere. Major ripoff. And besides, the Palace and other tourist sights are ...
Well ladies and gentlemen we finally made it to Tokyo! After a wonderfull few days with my aunt and uncle in Burbank in which I attended a delightful and thought provoking church service, saw an episode of the Tonight Show live , experienced a local Music in the Park event and ate a TON of delicious food I was on my way! I met up with Katelyn at the manhattan beach Marriott for our final night in the states. We had some nice wine, took ...