Hyatt Regency Tokyo
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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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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... busiest crossings in the world and one everyone has seen heaps on TV. While we were there we had a look around and decided we will go back later to see it at night. We walked from there to Harajuku to see the "harajuku girls". They dress up like cartoon characters and parade around for the punters. We asked around but couldnt find them, although we did see a few in our travels. Someone said best place to see "cosplay kids" was Akihabra. ...
... the temple to pray. Then we went inside the temple and there was this type of shrine inside where people were gathering around to pray I did even though I didn’t really have anything to pray about… nor do I really believe it works, sorry if any of you reading this are religious at all. After the temple we headed back into town to look at some more of the shops to look at their displays which you can see down bellow there are some drinks, sushi, ...
... 2012 - Ueno, Harajuku, Shibuya, Ginza
What a lovely day! The sun shined in blue sky.
I went to Ueno park - people have already started picnic, nevermind the coldness.
National museum - Archeology and crafts - very nice. not big. Ajapanese garden with shouting ravens.
Tokugawa cemetery- behind the museum - the best thing I have seen in Japan. Writings only in Japanese, on long standing woods. Clean and gardening as if the families still come.
Harajuku - ...
... I will mean the world to and who will mean the world to me" we all want that love! How blessed we are to have it!
We completed the cleansing ritual and we did our prayer and walked through the garden. We saw countless number of Sake Barrels which were used for different ceremonies and rituals held there. After the Meiji Shrine we passed by the Alasaka Guest House ( a western style palace built in the baroque architectural style, also where dignitaries stay when ...