Hotel Suave Shibuya

Address: 2-24-4 Ohashi, Meguro, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 153-0044, Japan | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Shibuya/Aoyama/Ebisu/Meguro area of Meguro, is near Hachiko, Omotesando, Shibuya, and Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography.
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    Travel Blogs from Meguro

    Take it Easy

    A travel blog entry by bwendorff on May 20, 2015

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    ... dirty old men). These shops mostly sold things like purses or clothing. This is not what I was looking for so I grabbed a subway back to the area we stayed in the last time we were in Tokyo, Asakusa. Here I found all the type of souvenir shops I wanted and went to town!
    Returning to Ueno I dropped off my bags then went to explore. I walked around the park with the museums and zoo, but choose not to go ...


    A travel blog entry by annsan on May 16, 2015

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    ... want to check out. Turns out to be a Belgian bistro where they serve Belgian beers and Belgian food. Apparently quite popular with the locals as there are lots of Japanese customers. Several people enjoying mussels prepared the Belgian way, I order some too, but by now they are sold out. Emile enjoys a home made pate and a tomate aux crevettes with a Belgian beer and I order roasted pork with onion sauce and of course some Belgian ...

    Emergency drill! Life or death situation!

    A travel blog entry by sechiria on Feb 07, 2015

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    ... would turn over (and you'd have "killed" the fire). The instructions were all in japanese witch was too bad, but we managed and luckily we had Hoshikawa-sensei from the school with us. The funniest (and scariest) part was the earthquake simulator, simulating an earthquake as strong as seven on the japanese scale. I've only been through five yet in real life, so this was a good practice for me. It was not nearly as scary as I ...

    Absorbing Akihabara (you know, because of rain)

    A travel blog entry by nbd.finn on Oct 06, 2014

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    ... to a group of Americans from Missouri. Thane, Drew, and Troy Kifer were on a similar journey to us and we sat and chatted with them for a time while the cats lounged in our vicinity.
    This type of place is not for me, that much was obvious to me very quickly. I gather it’s aimed at people who aren’t allowed or can’t afford to own cats, and they come along and play with the cats. Reena was absolutely beaming, and could have spent the rest of the week there.

    Tokyo Past and Present

    A travel blog entry by winterspring on May 31, 2014

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    ... absolute ballet of the absurd, but the hotel is great, the view is good and our location is perfect. I would stay here again.

    So we do our dance again this morning and then head to the Edo-Tokyo Museum which essentially gives visitors the history of Tokyo from the first Shogun (the guy' whose Shrine we visited yesterday) of a unified Japan (early 17th century) until just after WWII. It's a gigantic place because it houses ...