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There are countless opportunities to shop in the Shibuya and Harajuku districts, especially in shops that focus on Japan's "Kawaii" culture. The trendiest areas are around Shibuya’s Center district, Harajuku's Takeshita-dori and in Omotesando. If you need to recharge from all the shopping, you can easily refresh yourself in Meiji Jingu or Sasaki Park. In contrast, Ebisu has a more grown up ambiance of calm and cool. At the Museum of Yebisu Beer you can learn about the beer that was responsible for the town’s name, and enjoy dining at the popular noodle shops in the surrounding area.
Yoyogi park was the second place we visited on our first night in Japan (after the Metropolitan Government Building).
We went just to experience the fun of Hanami and see the cherry blossoms at night. We were delighted to see lots of people picnicing and there were plenty of food stands in one area to buy snacks. Lots of loud...
Great way to spend an hour or so away from the hustle and bustle of Tokyo. Lovely park with huge imperial shrine ... easy to get to (green line train) and just around the corner from shops of Ropongi Hills, takashita street (give that a miss) and ometosando street
We were staying in Shibuya and booked for a birthday meal, what a great choice that was. the Staff were amazing, the wagu gorgeous. if you have a choice sit at the tables connected to the kitchen. It was that good we went back again 2 days later.
Recommended by a friend to come here. Discrete and traditional from the outside, very small i side so recommend booking.
Food is amazing, you have to have the wagyu beef, melts in the mouth.
Staff unbelievable, very friendly and service is exceptional
A MUST HAVE RESTAURANT. Can’t recommend highly enough.
Delicious meat, vegetable, and sauce. We didn't have to much chance to eat enough vegetable in Japan, so we ate a lot of vegetables here. People here are also very nice even though we can't speak Japanese.
We found this little gem off the beaten path in Shibuya and it was well worth it. The food was amazing, the atmosphere was perfect. Definitely try the Okonomiyaki it is awesome. And if you are vegetarian or vegan this is the place for you.
We stayed as a family of 3 adults and 1 baby in 1 room and everything was well thoughtout and prepared for us. There were 4 complete sets of towels and 3 beds with 2 pillows each.
Additionally, as Japan is well known for its level of service, it was even more exceptional that this hotel managed to stand out...
"Totally value for money, clean and great location."
reviewed January 9, 2019 by EstherC2493
We stay here for 3 nights. Hotel room is clean even though the room is small. A great location for shopping and move around to Tokyo for sightseeing. The indoor bath onsen is great. The are complimentary ramen available at 9.30pm-11.00pm. It's good to have a simple yet warm in your tummy noodle after your bath. The ramen cook Ishikawa-San...
As reviewed by many other travelers, this Hotel is situation at the perfect location in Shibuya. Convenience stores, shopping malls, eateries & even the Train Station (Shibuya station) are all within proximity of the hotel.
Hotel Service, cleanliness and everything else is ok and they have competent English speaking staff at the Concierge.
The double room I booked was rather...
"Great location, fun themed floors, and comfortable enough"
reviewed December 20, 2018 by CompletelyChelsea
We stayed here for only a night or two but it was comfortable enough. Clean and small but we only had carry ons so really didn't need much. The location is great for visiting Shibuya crossing and the area around it. When we visited, there was a little continental breakfast included. It wasn't the greatest, but good enough. The bathrooms...
Slept 8 nights and then return for one more in Standard Double Bed room. it's 8 minutes from Shibuya, but need to go up little bit. The room was little bit more spacious than others in Japan and 2 suitcases opened easily. It was clean and the staff was very helpful. They give 2 bottles of water every day and...