The Agnes Hotel and Apartments

2-20-1 Kagurazaka, Shinjuku, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 162-0825, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 2-20-1 Kagurazaka, Shinjuku, is near Yasukuni-jinja, Yasukuni Shrine, Koishikawa Korakuen Gardens, and Nippon Budokan.
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    Slightly off the beaten track

    A travel blog entry by shyam_t on Jul 30, 2014

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    ... to the Yanaka Cemetery - the bath house was somewhere there we'd been told. But before the cemetery, we chanced upon a temple - the Tennoji temple with a seated bronze Buddha. There was such a sense of peace within those grounds, and despite being not far from the train station, almost the only sounds were birds chirping and the breeze rustling through the leaves. A young and very helpful priest drew us a map to the bath house - it took us through ...

    Tokyo - a very busy weekend

    A travel blog entry by monkeybusiness on Nov 23, 2013

    44 photos

    ... up as French maids and serve you food and drink) but it wasn't nearly as seedy as expected. If anything it was a little childish, with cakes made to look like animals and animals drawn on omelettes in ketchup. We ended our day tour with the Liverpool Everton match in a British pub followed by tequila shots with the locals in a place called the golden gai. This area is full of little bars that only seat 7 people so it was fun to get properly acquainted ...

    Robots and Lasers and Bikinis, Oh My!

    A travel blog entry by gadelle on Sep 10, 2013

    46 photos

    ... else.

    The "restaurant" was surprisingly small, consisting of a floor-level runway with three rows of small tables on either side. Many of them had "Reserved" signs on them, but when we went in, my friends and I were told to take any of the "Free" seats. By then, there were no three "Free" seats left together, so I started bothering one of the staff members, saying that I'd made a phone reservation ahead of time, so why didn't we have a reserved seat? ...

    The all-nighter

    A travel blog entry by tomgreen on Aug 06, 2013

    ... at straws we headed in this direction. These clubs had some very odd entry requirements, the main one being we could not enter without any girls in our party (talk about rubbing it in Eric's face!) After standing outside the clubs looking forlorn, a girl came over and explained she was a DJ and about to do a set in one of the clubs; she could get us in really cheap and get us a free drink - how our fortunes had changed! We took her up on her offer, and to cut a long story ...

    Day 9 - Shinjuku Gyoen and Harajuku

    A travel blog entry by mattrobinson on May 04, 2013

    5 photos

    ... of the city shops. My favourite parts were the lily pads in the greenhouse and the Taiwan pavilion, both of which I enjoyed photographing with the reflections in the water. Afterwards we caught the train 2 stops along to Harajuku, this was the busiest place so far, it was hard to move trying to get out of the station and onwards through the streets. It might've been made easier if half ...