Tokyo Dome Hotel
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Annchitect stayed here on Mar 14, 2014 during their trip titled: Japan Adventure!.
Woke up with a bad case of hangover after a night out in Roppongi. Gathered myself up and headed straight to the hotel lobby. Today’s plan was to go shopping for souvenirs and take a cruise to Odaiba. I queried the concierge who said that the Nakamise shopping street approaching the Sensoji temple is the best place to buy traditional …
... when after dinner and tiring day you want to go to a pub to grab beer or good cocktail? It not tat easy in Tokyo. Most of the places, except of English or Irish pubs, offers you mostly food and if you do want to take beer only you need to pay table fee. From Ginza we have moved to Akihabara. This is district where we have had Ramen soup on Thursday (day 2). After 30 min of walk we failed to find place for beer. We were already on the way back to the Hotel when ...
... for their property. There are English words with apparently no real meaning or order written in the most unlikely of places. Tokyo is a mix of the very best of Japanese, but also the very best of everywhere else, too.
In the automotive field at least Japan has a reputation of seeing what other people do, then doing it better. The UK may have invented the sports car but by the time the Japanese had it perfected, our stupid little MG's looked dull, slow, unreliable and... ...
... of our fingerprints.
We exchanged some money and had our first experience of the Japanese Yen, the exchange rate is $1 to 80yen – not a fun exchange rate to calculate!
We bought some train tickets which took us straight to the station our hotel is near and after a little confusion in finding the platform we finally found our train and settled in for the 80minute ride into the city.
After being in Europe for so long it is hard to get use to the ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTokyo Dome Hotel Bunkyo
The hotel lobby was huge and well-lighted.
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