Hotel Nikko Tokyo
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... things are big, i didn't take exact measurements but i would guess 3 to 4 meters high. Inbetween the gate and the temple is a small shopping street with all kinds of typical Japanese stuff like kimono outfits, fans and noren (a sort of curtain for your door) Stephanie asked me via whatsapp to look for them and i sent her a few pictures of the ones they had there but unfortunately none were to her liking. As it was getting later in the afternoon i went to the hostel to relax a ...
... yum yum. So we then hopped the train back to Tokyo. We had to transfer once but it was a nice ride. Sadly it was too cloudy to see Mt. Fuji. Boo. After getting into Tokyo again, we walked to our new hotel which is delightfully spacious compared to our others so far. This is super exciting, because we are here for 4 nights. After settling in, we took a walk to a store I had read about ...
... walking around Shinjuku in search of our hotel was a fun introduction to Tokyo. Even though the sun set around 4:30 and it should have been dark, the neon signs plastering the tall buildings lit up the streets bright as day. This was the Tokyo I had seen on TV! We rolled our luggage down some narrow, day-glo side streets lined entirely with tiny eateries, some with only room for half a dozen customers. And everywhere there were people!
... dessutom en tulltjänsteman söka igenom ett par av våra väskor (som tur var utan något resultat)
Sen köpte vi en tågbiljett och hann precis med sista tåget mot Tokyo. Väl framme vid Shinjuku station hittade vi inte vår vän Harry som skulle möta oss. Vi började gå mot det håll vi trodde att hotellet skulle ligga. Efter ett tag när vi var nära att ge upp och ta en taxi så kom dock Harry gående och visade oss vägen till New City Hotell. Efter en ...
... to their destination quicker. Just so that they can get to their office and fill out a form and get about 17 people's signature and facsimile I'm guessing.
Anyway, I then head back to the station and take the train to Hackone Yamoto. It takes about 90 minutes and I arrive at this little town which seems like a mountain town or hill station. Little cafes and shops line the streets and the tourist information centre is in a prime central location just outside the train ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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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