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

    A little Japanese history- Aubrey

    A travel blog entry by tcu on May 13, 2015

    ... duke it out. After that we traveled as a group to Shibuya to see one of the most populated and bustling intersections in the world.Lastly we toured around the shops in Hirijuku and ended up in Rapongi experiencing some of the best night life action in Tokyo.

    The Edo- Tokyo museum taught me a lot about Japanese history. The Edo period for the Japanese was pre WW2. Their lives were a little different in that day. We got to walk around the museum and see pictures and statues ...

    That wierd country

    A travel blog entry by sechiria on Apr 04, 2015

    ... with certain trees in certain places to represent certain things. A japanese garden is very much like a chinese one - every flower, insect or thing has been carefully thought about before placed at the exact right spot. This creates a very special image in the garden - you can see how the colours gradually change and that some colours just doesn´t exist in there. Thoughtful indeed. After feeling the japanese spirit overwhelming us we decided it to be time for onsen-bathing. An ...

    Tokyo Tourist Basics

    A travel blog entry by erath on Jan 10, 2015

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    ... minutes walking from my apartment so I will definitely visit it many more times. However, next time I'll probably skip the cheese-filled waffles...

    Back to Saturday. We ended with a walk to Tokyo Skytree, the highest building of Japan (according to Wikipedia it's even the 2nd highest of the world). Entrance to the observation deck is only possible with online reservation (which we didn't have), but just ...


    A travel blog entry by tbugs1 on Sep 21, 2014

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    We landed at just past 6am Tokyo time or 7am Sydney time. Our bags were already on the carousel by the time we came out of Customs and Immigration. Joseph had not filled in his customs form completely and he was the one carrying the cheese for Shigeki. They didn't even look at it so we pretty much breezed through Customs again. We bought the ticket for the Narita Express. Apparently, as foreigners, we receive 50% off for our fare ...

    Sightseeing at Top Speed

    A travel blog entry by ellengoeseast on May 29, 2014

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    ... it!

    From the Canal Café I wandered to the Imperial Gardens just north from there, and on my way stopped by the infamous Yasukuni Shrine. It is here that the Japanese commemorate their fallen warriors, including those from wars against China and World War II, which is why the Yasukuni Shrine is so controversial. It looked rather innocent though, when I visited on that sunny afternoon.

    A short walk from the shrine and I had entered the Imperial Gardens, a ...