Park Hyatt Tokyo
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Tokyo ia huge and a truly modern, busy city. The food was so weird but yet so tasty, we tried blowfish and didn't die, we ate kobe beef and fell in love and we ate at a 3* Michelin restaurant that was so good it's just un-describale hopefully the photos do it justice. We found the best fast food place in the world koko Ichban (Bespoke Japanese …
Tokyo happened so fast that I barely have time to even register what I saw, let alone offer some interesting anecdotes. I did meet up with an old Edinburgh friend, appropriately, at the statue of Hachiko, a loyal dog, much like the beloved Greyfriars Bobby back home. Extra places visited: Tokyo sky tree Kiba park Mitsubishi Ichigokan
After spending a quick 36 hours in sunny Seattle, we headed to Tokyo via Los Angeles. The trip started off on an exciting celebrity note. While patiently waiting in the lounge in LAX, we spotted Matthew Morrison (Will Shuster) from Glee sitting next to us. Zoe couldn't control her excitement (yes, I have let her watch the show on TV -- bad mommy …
I was barely able to keep my eyes open on the way from the airport so my first impression of Tokyo is a bit jumbled. It's so different from China. It's cleaner for one thing. Maybe because the population is nowhere near what it is in China. It's also very flat. Very very flat. Barely any hills either. It doesn't seem natural. (Maybe it isn't? I don …
We spent our last two days on the Plan, Friday and Saturday, in Tokyo. At Ed's request, we stayed at the Park Hyatt Hotel, where the movie Lost in Translation was filmed. Not surprisingly, the hotel was extremely fancy. I kept telling Ed we didn't belong there because we are so wrecked from six months of travel. I haven't cut my hair since May. I …
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
Gorgeous hotel, amazingly-friendly staff, great location.
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