Shibuya Grand Hotel

Address: 1-11-2 Dogenzaka, Shibuya, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 150-0043, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Shibuya/Aoyama/Ebisu/Meguro area of Shibuya, is near Hachiko, Omotesando, Shibuya, and NHK Studiopark.
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Travel Blogs from Shibuya

Pandas, fish and The Fishy

A travel blog entry by matthewbooth on Apr 30, 2015

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... from the shopping streets surrounding, all swarm the intersection. It's exciting to watch, and even better to get involved in a few times too! We spent an hour or so exploring the shops, including the Shibuya 109 which has 8 floors dedicated to everything a girl's shopping centre could (surely!) need. (The men's 109 across the street was only 3 floors, and much less impressive!) Later we visited a few of the sights closer to our hostel, the Meiji temple/shrine was stunning. ...

Tokyo from a European perspective

A travel blog entry by inesoca on Aug 01, 2014

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... in trains. -money many times does not go hand to hand, you put in on a little tray and then give it. -hardly anybody wears sunglasses. Can anyone explain? -the toilet paper is thinner. -the toilets are the best toilets I've ever seen. Will be hard to do Other parts in Asia after this... In fact to go back to Europe's boring toilets! -everything is squeaky clean, even taxis and fire trucks. -taxi doors open ...

Omatesando and Harajuku

A travel blog entry by puchala on Jul 20, 2014

1 comment, 24 photos

... motioned to me/Tanja if it was OK for her to pick him up and we said sure. As soon as she did, all of the "passionate youth" came over and wanted to take a picture of this girl holding Colson. It was kinda weird - all of them wanting to take a picture of us. There was one very flamboyant guy there that seemed to be the "passionate headmaster" who got the group all together so that people could take a group picture. We ran the gauntlet of Harjuku market twice. Once on our way to ...

Welcome to Tokyo!

A travel blog entry by pandasphere on May 25, 2014

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... free tours by local volunteers to foreigners! We started at the Meiji Shrine and Shinto Torii in Yoyogi Park. Emperor Meiji opened Japan to the world in the late 19th Century and laid the groundwork for the wonderful country we were now in. The shrine entrance is framed by the largest wooden Shinto gates in the world at 12+ meters tall and 9 meter wide. Tetsuya instructed us on the proper steps to pay our respects by washing our hands and mouth, and how to bow ...

Tokyo Camii Mosque

A travel blog entry by tea-knee on Apr 25, 2014

24 photos

... student there, from Indonesia and she's been in Japan for nearly a year.

So.. ready? I'll walk you there.....

1st, take the south exit number 1,

then turn to the Right.

There is a small, very clean alley with many small shops selling foods, ornaments, groceries, beverages etc, along the alley.