Yaesu Fujiya hotel

Address: 2-9-1 Yaesu, Chuo, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 104-0028, Japan | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Tokyo Station/Ginza/Nihonbashi area of Chuo, is near Tokyo Central Railway Station, Tokyo International Forum, Sony Building, and Bridgestone Museum of Art.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsYaesu Fujiya hotel Chuo

Reviewed by crofter

Really good choice

Reviewed Mar 29, 2011
by (1 review) Co. Meath , Ireland Flag of Ireland

The Yaesu Fujiya Hotel is centrally situated, close to Tokyo Station and the Imperial Palace and Gardens. The rooms are comfortable and very well equipped. The staff are professional and helpful. We didn't eat in the hotel but it looked like they had a varied menu and options to suit all pockets and tastes. Brian did try out the coffee shop one morning and was very satisfied with the quality and service. There is a 7 Eleven shop attached to the hotel.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Yaesu Fujiya hotel Chuo

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Chuo

Relaxing day!

A travel blog entry by jared.screen on Sep 06, 2014

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... which is right near the hotel. The food was amazing. It just melted in my mouth. I decided to go for a traditional meal and have a different variety of sushi. I think that a school group would enjoy this restaurant because it is a quite large restaurant with great prices and great food. Since dinner was so good, I decided that I would get dessert also. I tried out the deep fried ice-cream and once again it was ...

Tokyo - a better version of NY?

A travel blog entry by kepst on Jun 17, 2014


... Most of the people I bathed with were very old Japanese grandmothers which helped too.

After 3 days in Tokyo I took a 5 hour bus ride to Takayama, a small town in the Japanese alps famous for their preserved, historic houses, old streets, "hida beef" (similar to kobe beef), handicrafts and wood works. The town is pretty small and pretty much geared towards tourists, with a lot of sake breweries, gourmet food shops, and restaurants.

Taking in Tokyo

A travel blog entry by mickq1 on Mar 26, 2014

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... are numbered), and 3 is the area which may be mentioned in a street sign. A group of youths offered to help, but were unable to find named restaurant. As we walk away one of the youths raced up, placed the restaurant name into his phone app, and proceeded to narrow down where the restaurant was. In a matter of minutes he had translated correctly ... we were standing outside the restaurant!!

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Fun for all ages!

A travel blog entry by karennhollard on Sep 24, 2013

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... only need the basics. We decided to go for a walk around Ginza which is a very upmarket shopping area in Tokyo. Interesting for us but not so much for the kids. No pokemon for max that's for sure. Ella found a few hello kitty shops and it was hard to get her out but basically shopping with 3 kids is never fun at the best of times! Dinner was easy as we bought more food from the supermarket to cook up and we all enjoyed having an evening ...

Turning Japanese, I really think so!

A travel blog entry by magsandsi on Apr 13, 2013

3 comments, 36 photos

... fascinating place purely because everything works as you think it should and that's not just because the platform attendant runs everywhere in order to get his job done and the waitress is at your table the very moment you need her, (and sometimes actually before you realise you need her) but because everyone has a part to play - and they put so much pride into it. We weren't there long, we didn't scratch the surface but the impression I was left with was that ...