Shimane Inn Aoyama

7-1-5 Minami Aoyama, Minato, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 107-0062, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Shibuya/Aoyama/Ebisu/Meguro area of Minato, is near Nezu Institute of Fine Arts, Cat Street, Aoyama Cemetery, and Prada.
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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Minato

Day 91: Ramen time!

A travel blog entry by ryan.lee on Aug 18, 2014

... a bunch of food and clothing. I bought an ice cream and as I was leaving the shop the lady asked me not to stop by any other store while eating my ice cream as it may fall and damage another store's goods. The temple itself was pretty big and there were people doing the fortune sticks and lighting incense.

Shibuya is so different from the area I am living. Apparently it is a hot spot for night activities, shopping, and eating. We all met by a ...

Tokyo same same, it's only us that's different

A travel blog entry by bbk2014 on Jun 08, 2014

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"I love Japan, I love Japan!" Kaiya squeals as we walk down the busy street in Tokyo. She tells me she loves being surrounded by people speaking Japanese; she loves all the interesting food and sweet bean treats; she loves gawking at all the girls in the sparkly shoes, character emblazoned bags, brightly dyed hair and cheesy accessories galore; she loves the grand temples, the traditional crafts, the dancers and musicians all over the park; she loves the adventure of riding ...

Lost in Translation

A travel blog entry by zuleima on Mar 21, 2014

37 photos

... of the cleanest cities I have ever been to. It definitely has a New York City feel to it just 10x cleaner. In addition, they are super organized in that there sidewalks are labeled where you must walk on the left side! The stairs too. The only down side about Tokyo was that it is not very tourist friendly. Nothing is in English, no one speaks to you in English, no one is willing to help you out in the streets. It was rather difficult to get around. Thank goodness we had a map. ...

Big in Japan!

A travel blog entry by chuck on Nov 10, 2013

1 comment, 14 photos

... various noodle bowls, Tempura and Gyoza (dumplings). I quickly found out just how westernized our versions of these foods are! Although the dumplings and rice bowls are the same, their real noodle bowls and sushi were...uh... not very good. I actually left the authentic Japanese Sushi restaurant craving for the maki sushi I know and love back home. Where can a man get a Spicy Salmon roll in this town?! ;-)

Leaving Tokyo... sort of!

Long ...

Fun sock shopping and crazy Shibuya 109

A travel blog entry by jarcher106 on Jul 21, 2013

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... of bargain items. Exhausted from all the walking we queued to get a table at an excellent tempura specialist restaurant, where we munched prawn and veg. After dinner we realised we were totally out of cash and so went on a long hunt for an ATM (surprisingly hard to find anywhere) finally locating one that worked in 7Eleven. We took the metro back home before doing laundry and reviewing the days purchases! Stayed at Smile Hotel, Tokyo [T&J rating: ...