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Odaiba is an entertainment hotspot with a giant ferris wheel, concert halls, amusement arcades and lots of shopping. It also boasts Oedo-onsen-monogatari, a hotspring that recreates old Edo-era ambiance and is very popular with foreign visitors. Shiodome has ultra-modern office buildings where you can often find restaurants with a great high-rise view of Tokyo. The neighboring area of Shinbashi is a district of much older commercial buildings and it's a great place to join 'salary men' enjoying a drink and snacks at street stalls under the railway bridges after work.
Eat, see, and stay in Odaiba / Shiodome / Shinbashi
If you are a fan of One Piece, you will definitely love this place. We went on a weekday and it’s not crowded. Love the live show but too bad it’s in Japanese and the merchandise store was a little disappointing. Other than these two factors, the overall experience was amazing. We had loads of fun!
Very Impressive temple buildings and grounds. Beautiful gardens, old large historic gates, not crowded, large central temple and steps. Also nice to have a volunteer guide come up and offer some free advice and history about the place.
Visited during a heatwave and it was too hot to really enjoy the beach, but at least it was possible to sit and look at the water, which is always a calming activity. For a city beach it is very clean (but then it is Japan) and well-maintained with water fountains and stations for washing your feet. Good place for...
"The best $300 or so, that you will ever spend in a restaurant."
reviewed yesterday by MadamJosephine
We are foodies and have luckily travelled the world, going to Michelin star Restaurants from time to time. This is without doubt the most impressive restaurant experience we have ever had. Not being meat eaters we chose the cheapest menu, which was 9 courses of exquisite food, fish, vegetables and tofu served in a private room with the most beautiful...
The night view of Tokyo and it’s tower, The politeness and courtesy of floor staff was brilliant. Quality and freshness of food, experienced Japanese teppanyaki chefs cook your selected menu with a background of night view of Tokyo. Yes you pay a top price for the food, service and the view. Our sons birthday dinner was absolutely perfect. 5 stars....
My third visit after Malibu and Miami and it didn't disappoint! A great place to come as a group so a few different dishes can be sampled. Everything we tried was just delicious! Great service and a lovely ambience too
"The Maitre D’ made our lunch so much more memorable!!!!"
reviewed April 18, 2018 by Sydney2000000
We both had set menu Blanc Carte which was only available on weekday for ¥4,600 plus tax. The food was delicious and presentation matched the high food standard. The appetiser and entree contained 3 separate small things with distinctive and interesting flavours. We commented on the food and how sophisticated it was, the French Maitre D’ said lunch was a...
One of my friends are working there so we visited her.
We can say that’s one of the best hotels in Tokyo in customer service, location and atmosphere!
The bar lounge was awesome but a dit expensive.
Unfortunately, there are not so many shops around there especially convince store so you need to stop by beforehand.
Spend 5 nights in Andaz Tokyo. Excellent services when checkin. Very detail explanation on hotel facilities and services. Room is very clean and tidy. Able to see Tokyo tower everyday. Around 5 mins walk to Toranomon station.
Breakfast is good but would be bored when you tried more than 3 times.
Within business area so lack of entertainments around. The...
We stayed here for 4 nights in Room 3228 on the 32nd floor. The hotel foyer is on the 25th floor. Our room was amazing offering views of the Hama-rikyu Gardens & the Sumida River. The room had everything you need including safe box & a supply of very nice body cream. Our room had a very nice mural on...
Hotel Okura is an amazing hotel - design and hospitality. Very polite staff. Low key. Private. Great location. They have some smoking floors so be sure to request non-smoking. Too bad they tore down the original building. Only the South Wing remains, but it's still worth the experience.
The staff at the reception is excellent. They are very thoughtful and exemplify omotenashi service. We takyubin (delivery) service our suitcases to the next hotel.
The staff even looked for us in the coffee shop to fill out the missing information.