Hotel Marroad Inn Akasaka

Address: 6-15-17 Akasaka, Minato, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 107-0052, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Akasaka/Roppongi/Azabu/Nagatacho area of Minato, is near Odaiba, Roppongi Hills, Mori Tower, and ANA Hotel & ARK Hills.
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      A travel blog entry by erath on Dec 03, 2014

      ... this page to learn about my work here at Canon, I will have to disappoint you. Simply because of reasons of confidentiality, I won't write about the contents and progress of my assignment, nor about any other work related information besides perhaps some very general observations.

      - I expect that my entries wilI portray a slightly more positive perspective of my state of mind than might actually be the ...

      The one where cliff ended up being a tiny wall

      A travel blog entry by nbd.finn on Oct 07, 2014

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      ... the lift there was an indicator telling us how fast we went, and even though I can’t remember exactly what it said, I do remember feeling suitably impressed at the speed at which we were shooting up the tower. Ears popping every second combined with the feeling you get in your stomach when you’re on a rollercoaster always bring a huge grin to my face.

      As the doors opened, my still beaming face was suddenly changed to marvelling at the sight that followed. All of Tokyo ...

      Night out in Nihon

      A travel blog entry by paablo on Aug 30, 2014

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      ... depth to conversations that is really hard to explain. Some languages have simple words that have more vulgar meanings in others; some languages have words that simply don’t have one to one translations. In our group, everyone spoke English fluently except for one Japanese girl. Everyone spoke Japanese fluently except for me. Most people new English as a first/second language so that was predominantly used. Two blokes from Sweden (confusingly both called Petter) spoke ...

      Tokyo Past and Present

      A travel blog entry by winterspring on May 31, 2014

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      I don't think I've mentioned how small our room at the hotel is-it's dollhouse sized. The twin beds are essentially pushed together and there's probably no more than a 18 inches to three of the walls. The bathroom is spacious by comparison. We also have no drawers to put anything in, but we do have a small wardrobe. It has been comic in the morning watching Matt (6'3) and me (f.a.t.) trying to get around the room to get ready in the morning; ...

      Thrilling Tokyo

      A travel blog entry by shelly28 on Mar 15, 2014

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      ... By 915pm I was puking in the shot bar toilet 6. At 930pm we started to make our way to the restaurant (I was insistent I was fine) 7. Our two new friends and Robbie basically carried me to the restaurant 8. I puked again at restaurant 9. We finally get our table and I decide now I need to go home so Robbie lovingly gets us a cab 10. Our cab driver speaks no English. And even though my Japanese had been so terrible up until then....apparently in ...