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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.
We came here just for booking tickets to Robot Restaurant. The lady behind the desk was very friendly and her English was very good. They also sold souvenirs but I think they were overpriced. Located not too far from Harajuku station.
Have been back multiple times, it is a wonderful shrine. Surrounded by a Forest, you won't think you were in the middle of Tokyo. There is always something traditional going on when you get there, so if you want to see a traditional Japanese wedding, I have always caught one there. Would highly recommend!
If you like Hokusai wood block prints then this museum is also worth a visit. Tucked away close to Takeshita street this museum has 2 floors of this type of printed artwork. Wonderful images. Allow an hour at least to view, more if you want to study in detail. Gift shop is in basement. Worth a visit just to admire...
I can only confirm previous comments. Great place, fantastic food and unforgettable experience. We've asked " Beef Boss" to feed us and after an hour or so of trying different cuts of beef and some beers the total came to about 15k ¥. In similar place in Kyoto for much less meat we've had to pay double. Must visit while...
Amazing place, very small so you need a reservation but it is totally worth it. Best meet we had so far in Japan, the kids also loved it and the family is so kind that we want to come back before leaving
I recently had dinner with friends at Cedros, my favorite restaurant in Tokyo. It is always a highlight of my trip there!
The food and service are outstanding and brothers, Lui and Yui always make everyone feel very welcome. This visit, we sampled everything from salad to dessert and each dish was amazingly fresh and flavorful.
They specialize in California...
Very nice small and very popular hotel (3 star), quite small rooms but very clean. Very close to shopping and Yoyogi park. The spa in the basement was great for relaxing after a daylong in the city. No gym.
30 minutes from Haneda Airport, 2 minute walk to Shibuya station, 10 minutes to Harajuku, 20 minutes to Ginza. We were in Tokyo for 10 days, and this place made it super easy to get around! Not only were the rooms very quiet (none below the 19th floor) despite being in the center of the city, but the beds were...
Top spot in shibuya and for exploring the rest of Tokyo. Next to train station. Amazing views of the shibuya crossing and lights. Rooms have big beds but are small when you have 2 large suitcases. Good range of toiletries. Good western style breakfast.
The hotel is located at a walking distance to the Shibuya's most happening place the Shibuya crossing. It is located in a very quiet place. One can easily approach nearby markets and visit Shibuya crossing. The rooms are small but comfortable. The staff is very nice and cooperative. They did provide mineral water every day which was not the case...
The staff are very polite and friendly, even if we have a langguage barier it did not stop them to help us and answer all our questions.
The location of the hotel is very near to shibuya station.
The room is good