My wife and I stood here for a week. The room is very small but clean and cozy. It has sort of a 1960's retro feel to it. Actually, I think the furniture is still the original 60's furniture. We had to prop our suitcases on a couple of chairs that were in the room. Because I have a bad back, the king bed was to my liking, very firm. My wife thought it was a little too hard. The pillows were also to my liking, thick and firm. Again, a bit too much for my wife. The bathroom has very little shelf space to place your personal items, but we managed ok since we have hanging toiletry travel kits. The hotel provides liquid dispensers in the bath/shower which contain body wash, shampoo and conditioner. It's nothing high-end but gets the job done. The toilet is a robot! It has power butt hot water wash and bidet power feature with heated seat, lol. Be ready for an experience if you've never used one of these.
The hotel staff are well, Japanese. That's to say that they are very polite, eager to help overall very nice. They do speak some English, so it helped. Any call to the front desk will have your request at your door before you can say rumplestilskin. The front desk sells 1 and 2 day subway passes for the equivalent of about 6 and 9 U.S. dollars, respectively. They also have a map for money exchange locations, which were just a few blocks away. Across the street you'll find a couple of mini-marts where you can purchase anything from breakfast items, to beer for a very reasonable amount. The cashiers there got to know me on a personal level, haha.
Taxis are a little more expensive than Hong Kong, our 1st stop, but still cheaper than say, New York City. The restaurants near the hotel are good and convenient. The Ginza strip is but just 2-3 blocks away where you can do some high end shopping or you can just hop on the Ginza-Itchome (Orange) line to many destinations where you can find many other districts. We do recommend the Shibuya crossing in Shibuya. It's the world’s busiest crosswalk with an estimated 1 million people crossing each day. Also check out the Harajuku area where you can shop for bargains and see all of the Harajuku girls and their cool clothes.
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