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- This is a great place to visit if you are interested in cruising ships to see while you are in Yokohama. I recommend spending some time with your nice camera to take photos, and you can easily walk from here to Yamashita park and Minato Mirai.Written January 8, 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Very nice visitors center with lots of fun activities! We did a calligraphy activity and an origami deer making activity. They have lots of info and brochures for the surrounding area, and can speak great English.Written December 27, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- If Mother Nature calls, there were bathrooms on the lower floor. To get good pictures, you need to go to the top floor. Either you shoot through the glass or hold your camera above the glass barrier to take panoramic views of Asakusa. All free.Written December 2, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- If you need to go to the bathroom, if you are hungry/thirsty, if you want to do some shopping, this is a great stop to make. If none of the above fits you, this is not a necessary stop, so skip and go to your destination.
I was hungry, so I had Taco rice (which is one of the famous Okinawan food) and garlic steak (which steak is also famous in Okinawa). I was very skeptical about Taco rice, but it turned out that it was very very very good! Garlic steak was decent, but it didn't have as much of a wow factor as Taco rice. I highly recommend you to try Taco rice!Written February 28, 2020
- Make sure you have sneakers because some parts are paved but others are not. Depending on time of day you visit, make sure you have water and don’t forget sunscreen and a hatWritten July 14, 2021
- Beautiful building and not a bad walk from Tokyo Station. We specifically appreciated it because we were hiding from the rain and it has a number of shops inside. It was being set up for a big expo, and I'm sure it would be a great expo building. As a tourist attraction I would only do a quick stop to look at the impressive architecture, maybe grab a quick coffee and go, if it's on your way.Written January 10, 2020
- This museum is packed with artifact and info about the area.
You should probably visit this before heading to the shrine.
The audio guide was really nice and I enjoyed this museum a lot!
There's a place to leave your backpack etc...
The staff was nice and helpful too.Written August 7, 2020
- When you need to visit the owl cafe or the meerkat and hedgehog cafe - stop in here to get discounted tickets and they will make the reservations for you and direct you to the cafes. The people were very nice and friendly, English was well spoken.Written December 12, 2022
- Currently visiting this wonderful structure for a lengthy work assignment and I'm blown away by how large, impressive and well-run it is.Written July 21, 2021
- A very nice stopover for Kawaba goodies, fresh fruits, vegetables and gourmet food. The soft ice cream, fresh strawberries, apples, pizza and curry sausages make us revisit this place a few times before heading back to Tokyo. In spring time you can simply spend hours dining al fresco, if you have free time like us.Written April 13, 2017
- Super helpful! Super friendly! Multiple languages with a smile. Wouldn’t have enjoyed Beppu as much without your help. Thank you!Written January 18, 2023
- Start your visit to Kanazawa here. It's not just the maps, the English counter will point out where you eat, catch the JR bus (if you have a pass) and what to do rain, snow or shine.Written December 5, 2019
- I spotted this indoor stadium when I was doing a trail around the Imperial Palace site. Its situated in the Kitamonaru park and was originally built for the olympic games in the sixties. Today its a multi-purpose hall used for contests and concerts. When I was there it was hosting some kind of hanami celebration event. The architecture of this stadium is cool.Written August 9, 2019
- Excellent service from English speaking assistant. We wanted to go to “Hell” Details times of local buses supplied and details of how to access the hot springs.Written November 2, 2019
- Nice place to check out the local produce and get a snack with the kids. We got a Kakigori (shaved ice and topping) and some local cheese and vegetables at the farmers Market. Free car parking and a nice view of Mount Yōtei.Written November 14, 2020