Hotel Monterey Akasaka

Address: 4-9-24 Akasaka, Minato, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 107-0052, Japan | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Akasaka/Roppongi/Azabu/Nagatacho area of Minato, is near Odaiba, Hie Shrine, Pokemon Center Tokyo, and Hotel New Otani.
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      A travel blog entry by vanessaetyann on Apr 01, 2014

      ... Tokyo station. It is a bit of a shock as we have been from and to really small station for the past few days. So bye bye the relaxing feeling of takayama and konichiwa to the busy life of tokyo. First thing: lots of people. It is packed. People walking in everydirection, they don't look where they are going, watching their mobile phone constantly... wowww. Aaaaand, we have no idea where to go plus we have all our luggage with us which ...

      Harajuku and Dolphins

      A travel blog entry by jennisan on Mar 18, 2014

      10 photos

      ... one with vanilla ice cream and chocolate syrup. They were so good. I think this is my favorite treat in Japan, After Harajuku we took the subway back to the Shinagawa station and we went to the food market to pick up food to take to the room. They have everything at the food market. Different rices, Gyoza, yakitori, sushi, tempura, Katsu and breads. We picked up some futomaki and Inari sushi and some teriyaki meatballs. I also picked up a sunomono salad. ...


      A travel blog entry by ecoreppin230 on May 08, 2013

      1 photo

      ... I proceeded to explore the shops in Tokyo that were still open at 9:45 at night. Apparently, unlike New York, the people of Tokyo do sleep. This meant that most of the store available to me were 7-Elevens, Family Marts, and Ramen shops. Nevertheless, I was able to find a coffee shop called Cafe Veloce, where I picked up an iced green tea latte and a Japanese pastry. This was the first moment when I realized that Japanese people have different ...

      Day 1: Arrival in Tokyo

      A travel blog entry by peter18loi on Nov 11, 2012

      5 comments, 6 photos

      ... word tiny. We don't even have enough room to open our suit cases on the floor. But apparently this is the norm in Tokyo. Another thing we noticed was that Japanese toilets all have a mind-boggling set of buttons for butt washing purposes. Another one word for you...invasive. Don't think we will be using that again for the remainder of our trip. Anyway we are exhausted and have a packed day of shopping tomorrow. Gotta rest up. Will try to blog again ...

      A big clock, an island and a pork cutlet

      A travel blog entry by tridentalx on Jun 06, 2012

      6 photos

      ... Rinkan JR line (getting on and off the island is pretty expensive public transport wise - 360 Yen rather than the usual 160 or 190 Yen journey) for a visit to the viewing gallery on the 45th floor of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building passing by a few other huge office buildings on the way. The view from the 45th floor shows just how far Tokyo sprawls out to the horizon in every direction. On a good day it is possible to see Mount Fuji ...