Located in the center of Tokyo, jsut 5 minutes from The Imperial Palace, and situated just across the street from Hanzomon Subway Station, the hotel offers easy access for business and sightseeing alike. Shibuya, Otemachi and Tokyo stations are just a short train ride away.
The Imperial Palace, where their Majesties the Emperor and Empress reside, is situated in the center of Tokyo. The palace is surrounded by a water-filled moat and tree-covered grounds -a precious taste of nature within the bustling metropolitan city.
Roppongi is a popular place for dining and partying especially with foreign tourists and residents. It is one of the centers of Tokyo's nightlife, and has many restaurants, club and bars. The Roppongi Intersection just outside the subway exit is a very exiting area, always full of people.
Shibuya is unique in that every street and area in the district has a completely different atmosphere. It is famous as the place where new trends are born that quickly spread among the youth nationwide. You can get a direct feel for today's Japanese fashion trends there.
TOKYO SKYTREE opened on May 02,2012 as a new symbol of Tokyo.
The 634m-high TOKYO SKYTREE was recognized by the Guinness World Records Company as the tallest broadcasting tower in the world while tallest construction in Japan.
Since its opening in 1958, the Tokyo Tower has been the world's tallest self-supporting steel tower until TOKYO SKY TREE opened. With its' similar appearance to the Eiffel Tower in Paris, the Tokyo Tower is very popular sightseeing spot for foreign tourists.
Odaiba is a large artificial island in Tokyo Bay,across the Rainbow Bridge from central Tokyo.There are many tourist and leisure spot such as Tokyo Joy Police(amusement park), Fuji Television.
Tokyo Midtown is a composite urban district with a new style. It comprises a package of six buildings set amongst lush greenery. This town features a variety of facilities such as stores, restaurants, offices, hotels and museums, surrounded by greenery.
Ameyoko is the shopping street, which has over 400 shops between JR Ueno station to JR Okachimachi station. Famous for its extremely cheap foods,seasonal goods and other ware, Ameyoko is one of the popular shopping
spot in Tokyo.
A center of Japanese cuisine. The world's best fish market, and one that never sleeps! This market handles the largest volume of fishery products in Japan, and is packed with fish shop and restaurant staff, crowding around to buy the pick of fresh fish from the specialized dealers.
The Asakusa district once thrived as a temple town for the nearby Senso-ji Temple and has preserved a traditional atmosphere of old Tokyo. Nakamise-dori street is a lovely shopping street that attracts many foreign visitors.