Dai-Ichi Tokyo Seafort
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- 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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Up and out by 09.00 and headed for Ueno Station and Andersen's pastry shop (we discovered it last time we were here) to buy breakfast. Having purchased a couple of savoury and a couple of sweet pastries each, we, well me, bought some coffee and we walked the short distance to Ueno Park to enjoy our repast.
At about 10.00, having eaten, we decided to visit the Tokyo National Museum, which is just outside the park, but found it closed. The Science Museum, in the ...
... hotel room is funny, we are on the 10th floor which makes it quiet and our room is tiny, I do feel like I'm back at university, but this room is smaller. It has ace pillows with funny ridges in them, I have investigated further and it seems it's just birds of hard plastic but it's super comfy and really helps my neck. The bathroom is even smaller, it's just about double the size of a toilet on a plane but it houses everything you ...
... very pretty Japanese sweet things for dessert. The other thing I came across (are you ready for this brother Tom?) was the Tokyo Pokemon Center...I think you would have spontaneously combusted with excitement if you'd seen this place 12 years ago!
And now I've just got back from my last evening out in Tokyo with Mariko. To conclude MMFT, Mariko took me for okonomiyaki, which is like a savoury pancake filled with vegetables (or meat ...
... We walked back slowly, feeling like we had observed a unique instance in nature. The sight we saw was unique to Japan, and really, unique to the world. Never again in our lives would we see such a spectacle, and feel so terrified and enthused at the same time. On the walk back, the trees continued to stand like soldiers, the mountains managed to whistle some more, and the misty clouds hushed the serene setting accompanying us back to the ...
... Everyone behaved as if nothing at all unusual was taking place. Ｓｔｏ& #65358;ｅ ｆａ ｃｅｄ ａ ;ｎｄ ｄᦈ 2;ｅａｒｙz 88;ｅｙｅｄ 288;ｔｈｅｙ 2288;ｃｏｎｔ 65353;ｎｕｅｄ& ...