Hotel Mets Shibuya

Address: 3-29-17 Shibuya, Shibuya, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 150-0002, Japan | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Shibuya/Aoyama/Ebisu/Meguro area of Shibuya, is near Hachiko, Omotesando, Shibuya, and Cat Street.
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    Travel Blogs from Shibuya

    Tokyo, Japan.

    A travel blog entry by globetrotter92 on May 30, 2015

    9 photos

    ... roads, they're very much grid like form. We went down and underneath the Skytree to the food court to get some lunch, everything is in Japanese, it's very different to the rest of Asia, Japan don't really need to cater for tourists because they're wealthy enough without us tourists so they don't need to cater for them with English signs or menus. It's going to be a little bit of a nightmare! It's a good job the menus have photos so that we can just point at them! ...

    Things that you HAVE to do in Japan.

    A travel blog entry by wowjericho on Sep 17, 2014

    3 photos

    ... that
    you should do too!)



    Eating

    I know, I
    know, it sounds very obvious but it really is something that you HAVE to do.
    The food in Japan is absolutely exquisite, ranging from the popular sushi, to
    the steamy, soupy ramen. The style of Japanese food is a lot different to the
    fast, fatty foods that you usually have all the time.



    Hot Springs
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    Omatesando and Harajuku

    A travel blog entry by puchala on Jul 20, 2014

    1 comment, 24 photos

    ... the middle of the street right under your window. Due to the fact that there is no need for triple paned windows in Japan to keep out the cold, single pane (i.e. low sound proof) windows are used so we could make out every word that was spoken/yelled/yodelled...although we didn't understand any of it as it was in Japanese. Several times throughout the night we experienced this - thankful that the kids slept through most of it. Reminded me of being in Antwerp, Belgium when Jerra was ...

    "Why are there pandas everywhere?!"

    A travel blog entry by nfitz.cmac on Jul 05, 2014

    11 photos

    ... lights turn green and you're constantly resisting the urge to head off to Viridian City to hunt down a Charmander.You expect to score points every time you put something in a bin.

    As expected, we spent our entire first day in Tokyo sleeping off the journey and the jet lag waking for a couple of hours in the evening only to get some dinner and go back to sleep again. Luckily this meant that we were wide awake by 6am the ...

    Trains pt. 3 not a rant post.

    A travel blog entry by xriricchi on May 13, 2014

    Whenever you take a kind of not so full train not in rush hour, then it's pretty okay to go by train. I mean, it sits pretty comfortable and.. Yeah, not so packed and cooler (because in a full train it's super hot). I'm kind of sleep right now, could fall asleep, but I don't think that that it a good idea on the train. By the way, almost every post says either Shibuya or Yokohama, but I could be somewhere in between, but TravelPod can't find any of the (I think 14?) stations in ...