DIRECTIONS

By train

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    SUBWAY Ginza/Marunouchi Line
    ・A 5 minute walk from Exit A of the underground passage from Akasaka Mitsuke Station on the Ginza and Marunouchi subway lines.
    SUBWAY Ginza/Hanzomon Line
    ・An 8 minute walk from Exit 4 of Aoyoma Ichome Station on the Ginza and Hanzomon subway lines.
     

From the airport

  • From Narita Airport
    ・Take the JR Narita Express to Tokyo Station (80 mins). Change to the Marunouchi Subway line and get off at Akasaka Mitsuke Station. (Total transportation time is about 90 mins)
    ・ Take the Limousine Bus from Narita Airport to Akasaka Tokyu Hotel Excel. (about 90 mins)
  • From Haneda Airport
    ・Take the Keihin Kyuko line (Keikyu line) to Shinagawa Station. Change to the Yamanote line bound for Tokyo and get off at Shimbashi Station. Change to the Ginza subway line and get off at Akasaka Mitsuke Station. (Total transportation time is about 35 mins)
    ・Take the Tokyo Monorail to Hamamatsucho Station. Change to the Yamanote line bound for Tokyo and get off at Shimbashi Station. Change to the Ginza subway line and get off at Akasaka Mitsuke Station. (Total transportation time is about 40 mins)
     

By car

  • Around 7 minutes from the Kasumigaseki Exit of the Shuto Expressway.
  • From Uchibori-dori take Aoyama-dori and proceed straight. The hotel is about 400 meters past Akasaka Mitsuke Intersection on the left hand side.

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    Tokyo Sky Tree

    One of Tokyo's most famous sightseeing spots, there is fun to be had for the whole family, including sweeping views from the observation deck or shopping and dining at the Solamachi Shopping Mall. See if you can spot Mount Fuji on a clear day!
    [About 45 minutes by train from Hotel Monterey Akasaka]

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    Kabuki-za

    Kabuki-za is the principle theater for viewing kabuki, the traditional Japanese performing art, and also offers exhibitions related to kabuki, a wide-array of souvenirs, a tea room, and a roof-top garden. The Kabuki-za Gallery is especially interesting, as it displays a variety of stage props and costumes actually used in kabuki plays.
    [About 25 minutes by train from Hotel Monterey Akasaka]

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    Asakusa

    Asakusa is home to some of the most significant religious sites in Tokyo, including the ancient Sensoji Temple with its majestic Kaminarimon Gate standing at 11.7m tall. The temple complex is approached by Nakamise-dori, a traditional shopping street lined with over 90 small shops selling souvenirs and snacks. The street takes you to Hozomon Inner Gate, the Five-Storied Pagoda, and the large incense burner. You can also draw fortune telling paper strips (omikuji), as done since the ancient times.
    [About 40 minutes by train from Hotel Monterey Akasaka]

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    Imperial Palace

    The former site of Edo Castle is a popular jogging course thanks to the abundance of greenery. Jogging or walking around the outskirts of the old walls in the fresh, early morning air is an especially invigorating way to start the day. Located near to Tokyo Station, a visit is also possible to fill in gaps during the day.
    [About 20 minutes on foot from Hotel Monterey Akasaka]

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    Odaiba

    Odaiba is a popular place with both adults and children alike. There are plenty of shops, fine restaurants, and entertainment, making it possible to spend an entire day here. Another highlight is Odaiba Seaside Park and the Palette Town Ferris Wheel, which both offer views of Rainbow Bridge. Another fun option when visiting Odaiba is to take a sightseeing boat there from Asakusa.
    [About 45 minutes by train from Hotel Monterey Akasaka]

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