The Prince Sakura Tower Tokyo
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Prince Sakura Tower Tokyo Minato
Our hotel was absolutely perfect! It was so luxurious and perfect! I couldn't have asked for a more classier hotel in the middle of Tokyo! A must stay. And it was only a 5 minute walk from train station which makes it easy to travel around the city!
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March 21 (Day 5) - At 2:45 PM on Friday, we finally arrive to Tokyo, Japan! We automatically felt the breath of cold air! What a drastic difference from the 100 degree weather in Bangkok. After getting through customs 2 hours later, we decided to head to downtown Shinjinku where we initially thought our hostel was at. We took the express train from …
... looking french pastries, then walk into an enormous bookstore less than 100 ft away.
Although it can get a bit crowded, the atmosphere is so much more festive and lively as you see people hawk their shop wares and entice customers with free food samples or product displays.
Sadly, I've made a pact to not do any shopping until my last week here in Japan - logistically it makes sense but I can already tell it might be difficult to uphold (as a result, I ...
... we woke up again at lunch and we had a “zombie” day, almost as if we had jetlag, but the experience was worth it.
Our friend Yukari moved from Kyoto to Tokyo and she does not make those beautiful artistic kimonos but she is working on unusual – and also artistic – tea ceremonies. With her, we went to a traditional tea ceremony at Okura hotel. We were so excited to see her again! ...
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... around there, including a trip to a smaller museum which reconstructs a section of Tokyo in the 1920s.
After Ueno-koen we headed back to our hotel and then to another nearby mall. The area we stayed in resembles something out of Buck Rogers in the 25th century – there are monorails and catwalks and multiple levels of pedestrian bridges crossing one another, with ultramodern architecture everywhere. It felt as though ...