TripAdvisor Reviews Ohashi Kaikan Meguro
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... in this hotel:
1) Morning coffee is available in the lobby while you can also walk to the Family mart store across the street. This was a huge benefit for my daily purchase of water bottles, snacks, coffee, etc.
2) Close to the Shibuya Metro, Shopping, Restaurants, Clubs, Love Hill among other things.
3) Very friendly staff.
4) Ready availability of cabs while you step out of the hotel lobby.
5) Make sure to ask for ...
... with three prior visits to Japan under his belt, his sound understanding of Nihongo (Japanese Language) made him the Japanese Master.
David: My other roommate who was far too tall for Japan, David was destined to hit his head on every low doorway. Dave’s love of Shinkansen (bullet trains) had him quickly rise to become the Train Master.
Paul (Me): Along for the ride and cultural experience, with paper based instructions to get to all ...
... sound of metal balls falling down in the pachinko machines and loud music and whatnot. The noise levels in these parlors is unbelieveble. I tried to play the game but in spite of the help from on of the employees and also 1000 yen i was done in about 5 minutes. I just couldn't stand the noise levels anymore so i left.
The train/subway system proved to be a challenge again but i managed to get to the hostel and went directly to bed. 11 hours of walking and i was done ...
... years and was born in the states so he is fluent in English. He married a Japanese woman who speaks Spanish, so that was really interesting! And their children only speak Japanese! Anyway, David was our saving grace! We would have been so lost without him! When we got off the train in Tokyo he showed us all around…how to get to hotels…where to eat…fun things to do…how ...
... settled for views of inner Tokyo and all the major skyscrapers there. After about an hour we decided to start making our way back to the hostel, via somewhere to get something to eat. We plumbed for a restaurant that specialises in authentic Japanese curries. The Japanese should stick to what they do best though, sushi, as this was nowhere near as good as a typical Indian. We then dropped our bags off at our respective hostels and headed out to finish the day with a couple of ...
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