RIHGA Royal Hotel Tokyo
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRIHGA Royal Hotel Tokyo Shinjuku
Excellent hotel and the rooms are good and very clean. The rooms are huge (based on Tokyo satndards), but it is far from shopping areas and not lcated right into the train station. It is only 5 mins walk (again, Tokyo standards) to the nearest station and the hotel provided free shuttle to Takandobaba station leaving the hotel every 30 mins.
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... that's the main thing. I wish I was one of those people who could sleep on planes but I'm not so I'll just be sleep deprived, at least the time difference isn't too brutal. My flight left at 7am and it turns out nothing is open at the airport until after 5, including security, so there was a lot of standing around waiting for the magical doors to open. The flight to cairns was uneventful, it was on a Boeing 786 Dreamliner, which was quite nice and the entertainment ...
... bar for a drink! It was awesome!!!! Too bad it was raining and we couldn’t
sit on the cool patio but sitting at the wood was pretty cool! I tried the
traditional drink it was like Rakia but made from potatoes and Sinisa had a Japanese
beer. I had dressed up in cute jeans a
blazer high black heels… but my big fat very swollen ankles were havin non of
that! So we stopped in the room for me to change into my runners… and off ...
... google map, as multiple people had commented online just how hard the museum was to find. We didn’t get lost thanks to the GPS, but I have also noticed that the Japanese use phone GPS quite frequently, which makes me feel a lot better about using a GPS to navigate around! I downloaded an offline GPS maps app, but it didn’t have all the details that was needed, so we purchased a data SIM card that has paid off its self off 100 times over. I ...
... even sold Hello Kitty bottled water! There was another store dedicated to tamagotchi characters, and another which just sold cheesy Japanese boy band posters! I crossed the street to the main shopping area and found a shop called 'Kiddy Land' which sold everything cool and Japanese like Hello Kitty, Studio Ghibli, they even had a Sanrio character which was a piece of sushi! I walked around Jingumae which was loads ...
... Harajuku Champs élysées. Everything was quite out of our price range though so we didn't spend too long here, except in KiddyLand, they had Harry Potter and Star Wars chopsticks! But then we found the Disney floor. They played Disney music and had so much cool stuff including a giant Olaf.... Which was not for sale! Boo!!! Saving ourselves for Disneyland we walked out empty handed. Andrew was a bit peckish and we decided to cheat and have some McDonalds. ...