Hyatt Regency Tokyo
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHyatt Regency Tokyo Shinjuku
hyatt is a big name, and it doesn't lie. situated at the heart of tokyo, it's easy to move around.
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Up by 6am to catch the 8.40am train from Shin Osaka to Tokyo. Got there over an hour early so bought some food from the trip and hung around the station. It was a bullet train (Shinkansen) with just a few stops to Tokyo. Unfortunately, we couldn't book seats on the left side of the train (mountain side) but it wasn't an issue. Had a bit of a sleep …
... br> A bit like the time I decided on trying to compliment a Japanese lady on her beautiful child, and ended up calling her daughter "scary."
(In Japanese the word kawaii (cute) and kawai (scary) are virtually identical to my ears).
I again had made a complete idiot of myself.
Whatever impression I gave however, it seems to have worked. He's been back every week, but I do wonder what exactly he’s coming back ...
After finally dragging myself from bed we headed out to check out the Sony Centre in the city. Normally they have an expo on their top floor where you can see some of the prototype devices. We thought this would be pretty cool to see but sadly for us, at the time of our visit, this had been replaced with a Thomas the Tank Engine exhibit an was filled with hundreds of hyperactive 5 year olds.
... to go up. Feeling slightly disheartened by the two setbacks of our day so far, we walked to the train station and rode to Ueno. The only reason that we were in Ueno was to get our photos taken for our Emergency Travel Documents, and this was the only place we remembered definitely seeing a photo booth. We were glad we hadn’t spent a lot of money on the tower, as the photos were more expensive than we thought they would be and now that our time was almost over we had ...
... in the street waiting for victims to come along and harass. Most of the people are actually *****ians and not Japanese. I am not sure how they ended up in Tokyo, but they control the nightlife. It is interesting... We ended up hopping in out of a few different bars. Unfortunately it was a Wednesday night and everything was real slow. However, we did manage to brave the cold, long night and clambered back onto a train at ...