Hotel Shiba Yayoi Kaikan

Address: 1-10-27 Kaigan, Minato, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 105-0022, Japan | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Shinbashi/Siodame/Odaiba area of Minato, is near The Tsukiji Market, Hama Rikyu Gardens, Mori Art Museum, and Sumida River.
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    Travel Blogs from Minato

    Back in Tokyo

    A travel blog entry by leticiag2013 on Jul 13, 2015

    43 photos

    ... food here (well, maybe that Takoyaki I had earlier in the trip). There are so many restaurants it's incredible! We went to a robot restaurant in Shibuya. I'm calling it this because you don't have a waitress or person to get your food, it is all automated through a computer screen! It's sort of a "conveyer belt" type place. When you enter you are given a number and you go find the seat with the number. In front of you is a touch screen in which you order your food!!! This ...

    Dîner chez les Trappistes? Lunch with the Trappist

    A travel blog entry by maa3 on May 21, 2015

    5 comments, 8 photos

    ... que le Japon est super propre, que les Japonais visent l'excellence en tout, qu'ils sont disciplinés, méticuleux, polis, raffinés, etc. Mais moi je suis un affectif, alors le Japon et les Japonais n'ont pas réussi à me gagner encore. Le tour de ville était intéressant: nous avons monté au 40 e étage du World Trade Centre, avons contourné le palais de l'empereur, visité le plus vieux temple bouddhiste de ...

    The bright lights of Tokyo

    A travel blog entry by mattstanbridge on Apr 22, 2015

    84 photos

    ... outer market area where if your really keen on apparently the worlds best Sushi and don't mind a 2 hour+ wait to get into some of the restaurants ( Some people are queuing at these restaurants for hours before they open, and some only seat six or eight people) After a wander to quieter area me and the British chap decided anywhere would be good so headed into a tiny Japanese restaurant and ordered the recommended bowl of sashimi, quite a sight to be confronted with at 6.15 ...


    A travel blog entry by sechiria on Feb 20, 2015

    ... too loud, sitting too long, we could play music of our choice, and no one would throw us out due to "closing time". I kind of miss that - in Japan, everyone lives so tiny that they don´t have the space for inviting people over. (My room is 7 square meters,and that´s kinda normal-sized. An apartment for one is usually between 12-15 square meters). Drew´s fiancé was ...

    The one where cliff ended up being a tiny wall

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

    19 photos

    ... his most unusual or strange encounters were. His response cemented his good intentions in our minds as he told us how hurtful he found it when people thought of him as a con artist.

    Having earned our full trust at this point we followed him to the front of the Kabuki-za. Instead of leading us in, however, he led us down into the subway just in front of the entrance to the theatre, where he carried on with his high tempo all the time raising his hand so we could recognise ...