Hotel Nikko Tokyo
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
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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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... tops of the towering bamboo trees which line the pathway.
The final temple of our stay in Kyoto was a visit to Todai-ji where the largest wooden building in the world (Dalibutsu Den) houses the "Great Buddah" made from bronze and 16 meters tall. Both the Dalibutsu Den and the Great Buddah were beautifully crafted and were among our favorites across the whole trip. Todai-ji is located at Nara-Koen, a park in Nara, another former capital of Japan, where wild deer roam ...
... 5 more times. It was also very entertaining to look at everyone at the park! Nearly everyone was wearing some sort of Disney clothing. I loved that not only the children had a good time, but also the adults. In fact, I even decided to go buy my own Mickey Mouse shirt to bring back home. After my friends and I rode all the rides that we wanted, we headed back home and got ready for dinner. We were ...
... bloom ... a multitude of colours , so picturesque!
Bushes of all sizes are rounded, creating a visual delight.
It is not a huge garden , but when the flowers are in bloom and at their peak, the place really comes alive thanks to all the different colours, some bright and vivid purples and reds while some are delicate and pale, like the orange and pinks. You might compare it to ...
Today, Friday the 20th of March we begin our 30 day exploration of the far east with a 5,500 flight across the Pacific Ocean. On a flight in a JAL super jet, a voyage that once took explorers 2 months to complete, we finish in 12 hours. We left San Diego at noon on Friday and arrived, with a 14 hour time difference, in Tokyo at 5 PM on Saturday--no stops, direct flight. The seats in business class were comfortable, the service and the food ...
... to Fujinomiya which is about 2 hours away when there is no traffic. Unfortunately, due to the Japanese holiday, traffic volumes where higher than normal.
We made a short pit stop at Costo in Chiba, it was interesting to go to one in another country. Lots of stuff was the same as home but they also had lots that we don't have. The sushi there was SUPERB!!! For $22 we got 2 large trays of sushi, enough to feed 5 people!!!