Hotel Nikko Tokyo
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- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Nikko Tokyo Minato
this is the first time for me to visit tokyo, and i'm very lucky to stay at this hotel.
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... washing was hanging up on the balcony above us. There were about 20 tourists just stood taking photos and watching them train. It's just like a tournament only they keep practicing on one another, there were about 10 of them! They are so big! Tall and wide around the edges, how they can be for and that far I don't know! We got some udon noodle breakfast at Akihabara station and went back to the room for an hour or so to finish packing and get the last of the views from ...
... octave it automatically does. And we begin the sighing and pleasuring over delicious sushi -- saba, unagi, salmon, fatty tuna do not disappoint.
We snap familiar photo poses at the incense pit, koi pond, and around the temple grounds. It's azalea season, and the carefully tended bushes are bursting with pinks. More "nazukashii" (nostalgic) memories flash back as we approach the always impressive Kaminarimon giant red lantern ...
... up and later Darren ordered some hot noodles in a cup.
The plane we were travelling on was so shiny and new and the window blind wasn't an actual blind that you could pull down. Instead there was a soft round pad under the window which you had to press 4 times for the glass to darken and block out the sun. It took us a while to work that out!
When the wheels touched down at the Narita Airport we made our way to the ...
... views of our beloved Tokyo from the window. We had a brief rest and freshen up before setting off to Nakano Broadway for some anime souvenir shopping. This shopping centre was a geek's paradise full of shops selling manga and anime figures and even housing a Games Workshop! We found some great bits and pieces to bring home and wandered the shops for hours taking in the sights - anything and everything was on sale here and ...
... produced with a plate of the year it was produced. I took great delight in naming all of the movies one by one! After my nerdy display of knowledge I found models and stuffed toys in a display around the corner, the display held several optical illusions including a wheel that turned making the picture around the edge seam to jump.
One of my favourite things in the room was a huge spinning display of models that had similar models all going around in a circle. It ...