Hotel Harajuku Trim

6-28-6 Jingumae, Shibuya, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 150-0001 , Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Shibuya

The Rain Never Bothered Me Anyway!

A travel blog entry by kiyomiran


... Garden restaurant in Shibuya, just two minutes from this crazy crossing. I was really craving for a Pad Thai, but it turned out that they don't serve it on Wednesdays.... I was SO sad. However, they had this glass noodle thing, so I had that and it wasn't too bad. I still wanted a Pad Thai, though. If I were to give it a review, I guess it would have to be 3.4/5 because it wasn't especially eye-opening or anything. ...

Finding tranquility among 13 million people

A travel blog entry by kim.orlesky


... a Ryokan - a traditional Japanese room in the district of Asakusa, very close to the Sensoji Temple. A traditional Japanese room means that there is no bed, but rather a wicker mat on the floor. They provide you a kimono and slippers to wear, traditional tea in the room, and the traditional bath, all which I will take part in before heading to bed. Because check-in wasn't until 3pm and it was on the other side of Tokyo that I was staying in, ...

Taking Tokyo

A travel blog entry by issit


Ah Japan, one of my favourite countries to visit!
Getting there was an adventure on its own! We began at 2am in Canberra, as our wonderful families were kind enough to drive us up to Sydney, and boarded our flight at 8:15am for a 9 hour flight to Narita Airport in Tokyo.

Day 1 -Saturday:
We arrived a little after 5pm, to a humidity that we were so not used to! We melted our way to the metro and took the train into Kuramae, realizing half-way there that ...

Fashion, Film and Night Views: Tokyo Day 2

A travel blog entry by kelseyandmike


... of things you wouldn't normally see outside a costume store. It was so bizarre, but everywhere we looked there was something different. The fashion was something we noticed as being a major difference between Japanese and Korean cultures. In Korea, most young people spend a great deal of time and money to make sure they look perfect. Whether it is plastic surgery or sporting the latest runway designs, Korean women especially are always dressed to the nines. When ...

A Random Sunday in Tokyo

A travel blog entry by ly.lutes


... start to loose their touch. This 500 yen fee also allowed me to see an old well. Honestly, I'm not sure about the story behind it (the signs are written in calligraphy-like Japanese, and I can't read that, let alone the Kanji). When I had finished Meji Jingu it was getting to be dark outside. I didn't have much more that I wanted to do (especially at night) seeing as I had to travel by Shinkansen back to Nagoya that night. So, I took the train to Tokyo Station and got a feel for ...


This hotel, located in the Shibuya/Aoyama/Ebisu/Meguro area of Shibuya, is near Cat Street, Togo Shrine, Audi Forum Tokyo / The Iceberg, and Tod's.
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