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The station is big, and contains a shopping area which is well worth a walk around, we found some fantastic novelty Donuts
The exterior is one of the few brick built buildings in the centre of Tokyo, don't just pass though, stop and look around
Tokyo Station, being the main hub of all shinkansen around Japan, is always busy and crowded, like i said time your visit wisely, because from point A to B, it takes more than your usual train station, it's big, and better to have time spared...More
Well, I didn't expect to get lost at a train station, but Tokyo Station is massive. And while we were looking for a particular restaurant (that we didn't find that day sadly), we did get to eat some small snacks around the area. I recommend...More
We started our tour of Japan in Tokyo and are finishing here too thankfully as it meant we found this place. What an array of eateries and cool little shops too, we did give in to temptation and bought a weird and wonderful Kit Kat...More
We had just finished admiring the outside of Tokyo Central Railway Station and wondered into this area. We got lost temporarily because it’s massive and there so many people. It was ok though because we knew we could get out if we needed to. We...More
Getting around Tokyo station is NOT intuitive even with a map, so don’t do it in a hurry. Go on a empty stomach and empty bag to eat lots of stuff and to fill up on the sweet and salty treats.
Make sure that you...More
The street is like a shopping mall with many shops selling fashion stuffs. That's quite expensive so we didn't spend so much there. We had our dinner in a ramen shop called "旭川Ramen 游龜亭". The ramen and dumplings were very well and the boss was...More
Great place to grab desserts and small snacks on the go. They have Dean and Deluca (if craving american desserts) and other really good authentic Japanese cafes, croissants, baked goods, small pastry breakfast items. It’s worth it just to buy a train ticket to get...More
Ginza is famous for being a trendy hotspot, but it's also a downtown area with shops that were founded over a hundred years ago. Department stores and luxury boutiques line the route from Nihonbashi to Ginza. It's a long established tradition to shop and stroll while the road is closed to traffic. Luxury hotels, world class cuisine from talented chefs, and a collection of glitzy clubs will make this area popular
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you just have to go at the basement to enjoy the shopping area ... just follow the signage ... same to emerge around your hotel just follow the signage depending of what is the closest exit from this hotel. last solution is... More
you just have to go at the basement to enjoy the shopping area ... just follow the signage ... same to emerge around your hotel just follow the signage depending of what is the closest exit from this hotel. last solution is the infornation center, they do speak English there so it might help too ..