The B Akasaka

7-6-13 Akasaka, Minato, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 107-0052, Japan | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Akasaka/Roppongi/Azabu/Nagatacho area of Minato, is near Odaiba, Roppongi Hills, Hie Shrine, and Pokemon Center Tokyo.
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    Travel Blogs from Minato

    Back to Japan!

    A travel blog entry by kworld on Apr 14, 2014

    11 photos

    Already I am now sitting on the train to my next destination - Mount Fuji - after 4 cherry-blossom filled days in Tokyo. We've spent most of our time in the city exploring various parks, gardens, temple grounds and even a cemetery dotted around the city, partaking in our very own hanami cherry blossom viewing party.

    The journey to Japan …

    Tokyo

    A travel blog entry by sammy_moore on Jun 06, 2014

    53 photos

    ... New York who was also staying at the hostel joined us at the table and we decided to visit Electric City together (Akihabara), an area full of nerdy gamers spending their pocket money and time playing ninja games. We got involved in a fighting arcade game and kept winning each round eventually hoping we would just hurry up and lose our lives as it was too addictive.

    We visited many different buildings each with different arcades and staff dressed in elaborate and ...

    Our First Day of Exploring Tokyo

    A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on Mar 28, 2014

    48 photos

    ... in the late 1980s. Pricing today seems relatively reasonable for everything from food to transportation, and the overall attitude is no longer one of supremacy and elitism, but much more one of resignation and humility.
    After our visit to the museum, we took a taxi to the Asakusa district to see the Sensoji Temple (an important pilgrimage site) and enjoy some of the cherry blossoms, which were just beginning to show themselves in some of the beautiful ...

    Tokyo!!!!!

    A travel blog entry by vadetotravel on Nov 05, 2013

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... already ran out. So trying practically all ATMs and no ATM would accept my card... really irritating. So I found out later that the only place to get money is at the Post Office and at City Bank...so the next day I stocked up on a lot of cash. I visited the Sunshine building in Ikebukuro which is kind of shopping and eating tower with a nice view on Tokyo. However there was a huge crowd standing in line...and I had no clue why? Apparently ...

    15 reasons why I love Japan

    A travel blog entry by jenflorido on Jul 03, 2013

    20 photos

    ... back streets of Kyoto and Takayama sold their small bottled water in street vending machines. There is also a random button (shown as a question mark) on some of the vending machines for the more indecisive of us. As the Japanese are avid recyclers, you could rest assured that there would be a recycle bin close by. 10. The quiet and the silently imposed social norms. We were running late to catch the museum during opening hours so we grabbed a sushi ...