Published on May 2nd, 2019
Tokyo is the capital of Japan. At over 13 million people in the official metropolitan area alone, Tokyo is the core of the most populated urban area in the world, Tokyo Metropolis (which has a population of over 37 million people). This huge, wealthy and fascinating metropolis brings high-tech visions of the future side by side with glimpses of old Japan and has something for everyone.
1. Minato Sushi
This sushi restaurant on the south coast is considered the island’s best by locals, and so it pays to book ahead. A must-try is bekko sushi, made with fish marinated in soy sauce and island chilli peppers.
After your meal, the timewarp Habu Port – where the restaurant is located – makes for a pleasant stroll.
Shinjuku is a hip little Japanese izakaya (a sort of Japanese gastropub) that whips up creative dishes that are ideal for sharing. Beer-braised pork buns, seared baby octopus, yellowtail ceviche and king crab corn fritters are among the hits – along with an extensive sushi menu.
Located 400 metres from Shibuya Center Town, Shibuya, Walk to Shibuya crossing is set in Shibuya Ward district of Tokyo. The Hachiko Statue is within less than 1 km of the apartment. This apartment comes with 1 bedroom, a living room and a fully equipped kitchen. A flat-screen TV is provided. Nezu Museum is 2.6 km from the apartment, while Tokyo Camii & Turkish Culture Center is 2.7 km from the property. The nearest airport is Tokyo Haneda International Airport, 26 km from the property.
Chiyoda is located in Central Tokyo. This popular ward attracts visitors with views of the Imperial Palace, which takes up 12% of the ward! For travelers who love a good play, this ward houses one of the largest performing arts theaters in Tokyo, which contains nearly 3,000 seats. While you’re there, take a walk over the most photographed bridge in Japan–the Nijubashi Bridge–and enjoy the whimsical backdrop, which includes a breath-taking view of the Palace. There on a honeymoon? Try eating out at one of many restaurants located in the Ekimae Plaza Building.
5. Setagaya Public Theatre
Setagaya Public Theatre, comprising a main stage and the smaller, more experimental Theatre Tram, is the city’s top venue for contemporary drama and dance. Particularly accessible to non-Japanese speakers is the theatre’s series on modern nō (a stylised Japanese dance-drama performed on a bare stage); butō (an avant-garde form of dance) is also sometimes staged here.
6. Taito Ryokan
Built-in 1950 and renovated in 2011, the completely non-smoking Taito Ryokan offers simple accommodation in a traditional Japanese style just a 6-minute walk from Asakusa’s Sensoji Temple. Free Wi-Fi is available at the entire building. Tawaramachi Subway Station’s exit 3 is 300 metres away. Rooms at Ryokan Taito are air-conditioned, with shared showers and toilets. Towels can be rented for a small fee, and plug adapters are available. Guests sleep on tatami (woven-straw) flooring in Japanese futon bedding.
Hanayashiki Amusement Park is a 5-minute walk away. Nearby Tawaramachi Subway Station is 2 stops from Ueno Station and a 15-minute ride from the Ginza shopping district. The Asakusa Tsukuba Express Train Station is a 4-minute walk away.
A limited number of free-use bicycles are provided. Described by its owner as a “ryokan-style hostel,” the property includes a lounge with free coffee/tea, an English book library and classic Nintendo video games. In cold weather, you can try the Kotatsu leg-warming table. A coin-operated washing machine and chargeable internet PC are on site. No meals are served. Plentiful meal options are within a 5-minute walk.
7. Ferry Toshima
Based in Kagoshima, operates irregular ferries to the Tokara-rettō.
Lined with cherry trees and a walking path, the Meguro-gawa (not so much a river as a canal) is what gives the neighbourhood Naka-Meguro its unlikely village vibe. On either side you’ll find boutiques and a handful of eating and drinking spots.
It’s a very popular hanami spot, too, where vendors line the canal selling more upmarket treats than you’ll find anywhere else. Rather than stake out a space to sit, visitors stroll under the blossoms, hot wine in hand.
Apartment in Edogawa 101 is an apartment situated in Tokyo, 8 km from Tokyo Sky Tree Tower. The air-conditioned unit is 9 km from Sensoji Temple. The unit is fitted with a kitchen. A TV is featured. Edo Tokyo Museum is 10 km from Apartment in Edogawa 101, while Tokyo Disneyland is 12 km away. Tokyo Haneda International Airport is 23 km from the property.
Located 700 metres from Tokyo Skytree and 3.5 km from Ryogoku Kokugikan National Sumo Stadium, Sumida 101 features accommodation set in Tokyo. This apartment is 7 km from Japan Imperial Palace. Chidorigafuchi is 8 km from the apartment, while the National Diet Building is 9 km from the property. Tokyo Haneda International Airport is 28 km away.
Top Hotels In Tokyo
1. Hotel Sunroute Higashi Shinjuku
Hotel Sunroute Higashi-Shinjuku first opened on April 1, 2007, in the energetic business and shopping hub of Tokyo in the Higashi-Shinjuku prefecture. The hotel provides business and leisure travelers with direct access to Shinjuku Station, the largest train station in Japan.
The hotel’s contemporary, streamlined accommodations create a serene environment for guests to relax and retire to, away from the busy streets of Tokyo. This Shinjuku hotel’s amenities, including secure accommodation and elevator access, expansive breakfast buffet at the hotel’s restaurant Royal Host, and traditional Chinese menu at Bamiyan restaurant.
2. Hotel East 21 Tokyo
Elegant atmosphere in a classic reminiscent of Europe in the 19th century. About a 7-minute walk from Subway Tozai Line Toyocho Station. WiFi in all rooms is available free of charge.
For using free shuttle between Hotel and Tokyo Disney Resort, guests are required to reserve the shuttle in advance. Please reserve of the bus on a hotel official website.
Please note that The East Health Club’s fitness room and indoor pool is only available to guests over the age of 18 with a surcharge. Guests with a tattoo may not be permitted to enter The East Health Club fitness room and the Outside garden pool.
The outside pool operates seasonally and is only available during the summer. The outside pool can only be used at an additional charge. For using the outside pool, children must be older than 3 years. older.
Please note that the on-site parking requires additional fees for large vehicles such as buses. Reservation is required for parking for vehicles that have a height over 2.1 m.
3. Hotel Gracery Shinjuku
In 2015, Hotel Gracery Shinjuku will open a new open in the heart of Shinjuku’s Kabukicho district, which will be the ultimate in amenity, efficiency, and comfort. Besides a stunning view from the top floors, the hotel will provide flexible and intelligent support for every kind of traveler, whether business, tourist, or leisure. Get ready for a new Shinjuku landmark. This new hotel is the start of the new Tokyo tomorrow.
4. Hotel Century Southern Tower
Welcome to Hotel Century Southern Tower, Shinjuku Tokyo Convenient Access Just 3-minute walk from the South exit of Shinjuku Station. Trains, subways, and Narita Express Train are all located within 3 minutes. Take the glass elevator from the 1st-floor foyer or 2nd floor Southern Terrace entrances up to the main lobby on the 20th floor, where we will introduce you to our selection of comfortable guest rooms.
This Tokyo business hotel occupies the 19th through 35th floors. Main Lobby and reception desk are on the 20th floor. 375 guests rooms are located from the 22nd to 35th floor and offer spectacular views of the city. We have no Porter and Room Services. However, we provide self-service luggage carts instead of the bell service or porters, vending machines on each floor and a lobby shop instead of Room Service, and also compact refrigerators in each room that guests can stock with items of their choice.
5. Mimaru Tokyo Hatchobori
Walking distance to Tokyo station where Tokyo’s terminal station. Easy access to major landmarks. All rooms are spacious with a kitchen, you feel stay at home.
6. The Royal Park Hotel Tokyo Haneda
The Royal Park Hotel Tokyo Haneda is directly connected to the departure lobby of Haneda Airport International Terminal. The International Terminal is continually being upgraded to provide better service for the increasing number of international flights. We play a role in the progress with our sophisticated facilities and services.
7. Tobu Hotel Levant Tokyo
Trusted partner of Tokyo sky tree(r) Tobu Hotel Levant Tokyo ideal location and proximity being one of the Tokyo skytree® official hotels, our hotel is in the middle of hot tourist area close to Tokyo skytree®, Asakusa, shopping centres along with nice eateries and convenience stores. We are an only 300m walk from the kinshicho station. Wonderful view of Tokyo skytree® we boast our beautiful tower view from some of the rooms and in-house restaurants.
Imagine yourself gazing quietly at the sparkling tower at the centre of the night sky while resting on your bed or enjoying delicious dinner with your beloved person. It adds up to the romantic atmosphere. Superb accessibility to major attractions we provide a shuttle bus to Tokyo skytree® and Tokyo disneyland®. Direct airport limousines operate between our hotel and both Haneda and Narita international airport.
8. Hotel Sunroute Plaza Shinjuku
Hotel Sunroute Plaza Shinjuku is a chic hotel located in the busy Shinjuku business district of Tokyo, Japan. Newly renovated in 2007 with sleek lines and modern accents, this Tokyo Shinjuku hotel’s guestrooms are both contemporary and inviting for business and leisure travelers. Spacious and considerate, Hotel Sunroute offers guests competitive prices with special discounts and deals and the choice of a variety of guestrooms to meet each party’s specifications. At the confluence of corporate skyscrapers and subway stations, this business hotel in Shinjuku is a magnet for business travelers.
Travel around the Shinjuku and Tokyo area effortlessly via high-speed public transportation, which is just minutes away by foot. Shop one of the many department stores or travel outward to Mt. Fuji and the greater Tokyo area. Hotel Sunroute invites guests and visitors to lounge in the Villazza restaurant and trattoria for an expertly prepared meal from a menu featuring traditional Italian fare. Unwind at the end of the day in our Shinjuku hotel at Bar Ku Kon, in the plush lounges lit by a crackling fire, while sipping on a premium cocktail or whiskey with colleagues or friends.
9. Tokyo Dome Hotel
Located at the very center of Tokyo, Tokyo Dome Hotel is an ideal base for business, leisure and sightseeing. Close to some of Tokyo’s most historic neighborhoods, the hotel is also ten minutes away by car or subway from the business and financial districts. Tokyo Dome Hotel tower at a height of 155 meters and includes 1,006 guest rooms, 11 restaurants & lounges, 18 small to large banquet rooms, a chapel and other wedding facilities, a business center, a childcare room, and an outdoor pool (summer time only). The magnificent, unobstructed view from guest rooms on the south side encompasses the Imperial Palace, Tokyo Tower and Tokyo bay. The northern guest rooms have a panoramic view of the Kanto plain, including Tokyo Dome City below.
10. Park Hotel Tokyo
Park Hotel Tokyo, opened in 2003, is located on the 25th floor and above in the Shiodome Media Tower. The 25th floor has the lobby and reception desk besides restaurants and the bar. The city’s view can be enjoyed through the windows behind the reception desk. There are 270 guest rooms, located from the 26th to 34th floors. In 2013, Park Hotel Tokyo had put forth a new concept, “Infinite time and space amid cognizant Japanese beauty.” In line with the concept, decorations of standard rooms on the 31st floor are in progress. Park Hotel Tokyo is planning to complete all guest room decorations on the 31st floor. To offer a memorable experience in various parts of your stay, Park Hotel Tokyo will continue to maximize the role of Japanese aesthetics and hospitality.