Imperial Hotel Tokyo
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
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... As you walk through the underpass there is an escalator going up one floor and just a sea of people going up. The lobby is very open and bright, and you are quickly enveloped into the crowd, mostly of men (all wearing white button ups and dark pants). For as formal as we were told they are, there is a sign of a tie crossed out as they are apparently not allowed. The guys in our group ...
... lighting in the room, the bathroom and in the walk-in wardrobe - this last item had space for clothes, our suitcases, shoes and had a dressing table with power points. There also was a 'valet cupboard' - if you had a delivery (e.g. the newspaper) this gets placed in the cupboard from the outside and a light goes on in the room to inform you of the delivery. The same process works in reverse - e.g. if there's laundry, you put this in the cupboard and press a button ...
... next one. That night in Tokyo I didn't have the luxury of that kind of decision - we needed to get home before the trains stopped running! And there were more people trying to get on these trains than I've ever seen in Londontown. As we got into the totally rammed train I was really glad I wasn't on my own, as Gary was doing very well trying to keep us both upright and ungroped by the many many people around us. Nevertheless, there was ...
After our night out with Shin and Shoe we quickly rid ourselves of our cell hostel. On our way out we noticed this cutting, but accurate review note from a fellow guest!
Delirious and in need of some retail therapy we hit Harajuku for a shopping spree. Harajuku is famed for its quirky, eccentric Japanese fashion, think Gwen Stefani Harajuju Girls!
... city park as beautiful and tranquil as Shinjuku's (the park's proper name is Shinjuku Gyoen). Articulately landscaped, it's immaculate pathways lead between trees with small labels naming the species, to small bridges over lakes, with the tips of the city's skyscrapers reflecting in the still water. Park staff tend to the Rose Garden, accompanied by bird song. Enjoying parks as much as I do, I've also been known to get bored quickly, but not in Shinjuku. Had I not wanted to be at ...