Hotel Villa Fontaine Kudanshita

2-4-4 Nishi Kanda, Chiyoda, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 101-0065 , Japan | 3 star hotel
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So far so good!

A travel blog entry by bastlk

10

... shopping, with so many shops and centres to walk through. Ladies, a paradise for you!
The interesting thing about Shinjuku, (or Tokyo in general) is that each street, alley is different. We caught the metro often, and each time we left Shinjuku station, we would also come across a different way to go home, with different shops and attractions. After our stay, we still couldnt gett it right!
Shinjuku was also where there were some great bars and clubs, which ...

Day 2 - Yeah this is gonna be a running theme

A travel blog entry by xensor

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... can you go to the biggest fish market in Japan and NOT eat a load of the freshest sushi ever?? :)

After that was a trek to the Hama Rikyu gardens, which used to be the private gardens of the Tokugawa clan back in the 1600s. Like all royal or ex-royal gardens is very well manicured with lots of areas devoted to this and that and of course it has a little Shinto temple in it. It was here where the heavens opened and the pacific landed on Tokyo. Torrential rain for about ...

Tokyo - Day 3

A travel blog entry by annsan

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... Mount Fuji is not visible today. The observation deck goes all the way around and offers quite a spectacular view of Tokyo. At 634 meters the Sky Tree is the tallest tower in the world and the tallest structure in Japan.
From there we take a train to Asakusa where we want to take a boat cruise. Grab a iced coffee and a sandwich at a small coffee shop in Matsuya department store before walking to the Tokyo Cruise Pier. The cruise is ...

Konnichiwa!

A travel blog entry by writetotravel

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... including many Shinkensen bullet trains -- and head towards the platform.

All Japanese people seem to say no when asked if they can speak English. But they do seem to manage. The lady in the train even had a sense of humour about it. When i asked if she spoke any English, she 'not particularly well'. When I asked if the train was headed to Tokyo, she said 'Maybe' and blinked!

Tokyo Central. There it is. Being all big and scary. Quite quiet for Tokyo but it ...

Day 3: Tokyo - Tsukiji and Asakusa

A travel blog entry by peter18loi

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... Bon decided to go w/ the hot soba noodles with meat balls and duck meat. I went with the traditional cold soba noodles. Basically you dip a third of the noodles in a small bowl of soy sauce and then slurp like you've never slurped before. The sound of loud slurping is welcomed and a sign of appreciation for the food. I think i got my message across. My face was practically covered in soy sauce from the splashing of the noodles going into my mouth. At this ...

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This 3 star hotel, located on 2-4-4 Nishi Kanda, Chiyoda, is near Tokyo Dome City, Tokyo Dome City Attractions, Tokyo Dome, and LaQua.
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