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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We arrive in Tokyo around 1pm after a 6.5 hr flight and take the train to our hotel. It takes about an 1hr. Unfortunately it is dull and pouring rain here. It reminds me a bit of England.
We can see our hotel from the Shingawa station but can't figure out how to get there with our bags and getting soaking wet. So we take a taxi across the …
... you can go up 350m (or 450m depending on the price) to get 360 degree views of Tokyo-it puts the size of it into perspective. As a foreigner we were able to skip all queues and go straight up. This was both brilliant (I'll take not queuing in a heartbeat) and slightly awkward, especially as one of the staff kept apologising for the fact we couldn't be served instantly (there wasn't a queue, just someone was being served when we arrived!!) Night views of cities are ...
... Further along past the Shinko Central Plaza we come across what looks to be some sort of official police ceremony. It may be a graduation or something similar but it's definitely very important. There's a brass band and the motor cycle police are all in full uniform, their bikes all lined up perfectly and sparkling. The cars and the patrol men and also looking very schmick. Some important people turn up in black cars, black suits and there is an ...
... devant la troisième session spéciale des Nations Unis pour le désarmement qui se tenait à New York.
En Avril de la même année, les membres de « Shitamachi People Association » proposèrent l’idée d’allumer la flamme aux abords du shrine Toshogu dans le parc Ueno de Tokyo. Révérant Shozen Saga accueillie la proposition avec enthousiasme, promis de construire un monument et de travailler ensemble afin de garder la nouvelle flamme vivante.
... to walk over to our hotel, a group of three Japanese men of various ages and sobriety stopped us for a conversation. They spoke Japanese with Bryan and Michelle, and after a bit of boisterous conversation, began taking pictures with us. I was told later that they were commenting on how cool foreigners are and how attractive we all are. We graciously refused their invitation to go to a karaoke bar, and walked the couple blocks over to our hotel. It only ...