Hyatt Regency Tokyo
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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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TripAdvisor Reviews Hyatt Regency Tokyo Shinjuku
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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 …
... had a blast dancing with japanese people at another bar nearby.
The next day, hungover, I decided to take it easy and go to an onsen. Oh boy was I not ready to see all these male organs. The thing is public baths in Japan are very popular and you must be fully nude. I'm glad I did it though, was sooooo relaxing in the end, once you get used to the nakedness.
And again, at night, we go out, this time with this dutch girl named anneke ...
... far, it is easy to find my way back to the station and the platform for the Narita express. I pass out for a few on the train and again, upgrade my fare since I am on the reserved car. Once I get back to the airport, I pick up my bags and find a shower. It costs 1000 yen for 30 minutes - around $12. The shower feels great - haven't had one in 24 hours and I've been feeling quite under the weather.
I make my way back through immigration and to my gate. I am ...
... roof for. Only 81,000 yen a month for my own personal cage. “It can't be that bad” my friends reassured me from India. But my God, it was worst.
Over an hour commute from the city centre, and an hour away from where I worked, in Gods name why my company had chosen to put me there was beyond comprehension. The other teachers who lived in the block turned out to be three men, all over the age of fifty, whose Weekends entertainment seemed to be ...
... know tokyo was that spread out even though this was the express with no local stops Army Transport Planes. Getting out at Shinjuku was amazing with all the bright lights but also confusing. I had to keep asking people for directions to my hotel. I made it to the right block ...