Shiba Daimon Hotel

Address: 2-3-6 Shiba Koen, Minato, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 105-0011, Japan | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Shinbashi/Siodame/Odaiba area of Minato, is near Tokyo Tower, Hama Rikyu Gardens, Mori Art Museum, and Tokyo Great Cycling Tour.
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    Travel Blogs from Minato

    Tokyo... before we forget

    A travel blog entry by midge_david on Jun 25, 2015

    7 photos

    ... by a spire called Skytree and a giant sculpture of a pepper, are side streets and back alleys; a maze of shops and restaurants, their interiors hidden behind calligraphic flags. You can feel the industry of the neighborhood; a barge navigates the river and cars and motorbikes coexist with rickshaw drivers.
    Day One began with a visit to our first temple. The Sensi-Jo temple is an extraordinarily beautiful complex of ancient Buddhist temples of the Bodhisattva Kannon ...

    Last Chance Tokyo

    A travel blog entry by mauza on May 03, 2015

    20 photos

    ... family can be found on the temple grounds. .. Six of the fifteen Tokugawa shoguns are buried there

    Most of Zojoji's buildings are recent reconstructions except for the main entrance gate, the Sangedatsumon, which has survived the many past fires, earthquakes and wars and dates from 1622. By passing through these gates one frees themselves from three "passions".. greed, hate and foolishness. I appreciate all the help I can get.

    Best time to ...

    Day 3 - Meiji shrine, Sushi in Shibuya dept. store

    A travel blog entry by globalshepherds on Apr 20, 2015

    6 photos

    ... inhabited by spirits). These notably include certain trees, in which case the inhabiting spirits are called kodama, and cutting down these trees is thought to bring misfortune. In cases of stones, the stones are known as iwakura (磐座、岩ॷ 1;?).[2] A variation of the shimenawa is used in sumo wrestling by yokozuna (grand champions) during their entrance ceremonies to denote their rank. This is because the yokozuna is seen as a living yorishiro ...

    First Day of Time Travel

    A travel blog entry by gdtessageo on Jan 29, 2015

    7 photos

    ... little restaurant was definitely beyond it's max capacity). My receipt tells me I spent 1,500 yen on my 8 piece spicy tuna roll, and I have no idea how much USD that translates to. My body also doesn't know of it just wants to sleep, have breakfast, or just BE right now. But I have to say, it.is.so.spicy.and.good.right.now. Next stop, ...

    Tune in Tokyo

    A travel blog entry by amanda.cullen.1 on Oct 08, 2014

    ... br> Witnessing the staff bow low as the train pulled out, indicated an incomparable element of respect.
    Eventually being guided the last steps to our hotel by the crying of the oversized crows and the only element of disquiet I could find. The crossing alarms. Frightfully invasive.
    The room itself laid truth to the rumours that Tokyo's real estate is some of the most expensive in the world.

    No bigger than a queen sized, with commando style rolls being ...