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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.
This shrine is part of a very large park with food, displays etc. Like most shrines in Japan, you can get you japanese style "autograph" book signed by one of the employees. It is a nice reminder of all the shrines you may visit.
We were visiting Tokyo and had some spare time on our hands. We decided to check out Shibuya for the shopping and walked across the scramble a couple of times. Seeing it on TV and the movies does it no justice. It's actually smaller than I thought but much busier. It's definitely worth the visit just for the experience if...
The staff spoke English and was welcoming and extremely helpful. I contacted them via e-mail prior to my trip to ask about renting a portable Wi-fi. All the options I found online were so confusing and I needed to return the device at different airports. When I showed up at HIS They took care of everything. The Rental process was...
Away from the hustle and bustle Yoyogi Park makes for a peaceful interlude from Shibuya. Easy to reach from other parts o the city by train. The park is beautiful and it’s wide paths lead to the Meiji Jinqu Shrine which is the jewel in the park.
Monuments & Statues, Points of Interest & Landmarks
"Amazing, heart breaking story"
reviewed 2 weeks ago by Thomas G
What a little champion of a dog! If you are visiting the area make sure you say hello to Hachiko. Ensure to read up on the reason why this cool little fella has a statue. Amazing and heart breaking story.
This place was fantastic. We didn't have a booking but they squeezed us in and we were blown away by the amazing service and food. Such a gem! The Kobe beef was excellent and all the food cooked in front of you was a great experience. Very friendly staff, would definitely recommend. An awesome dinner!
Everything was fresh and fabulous. We got the set menus. The tuna spare ribs and and fish, in particular, were amazing. Great service...they plugged in my cell phone for me in the kitchen. Price is great for what you get. We spent about 9500 yen for 2 people.
I am a beef lover and I thought I will just splurge on the meal. Although two of us were ladies, we decided to order the 10 different cuts to understand which part we prefer. Each cuts comes with 2 slices.
When the meat arrived, we were surprised by the freshness of the meat. All the parts tasted good but...
By far the best ramen I have ever tasted. It’s all in the noodles and the broth. The wait was about an hour but I would say it was well worth it. Couldn’t be more pleased and will probably return again before I depart Japan!
"Good room size, clean, good onsen experience, and easy access"
reviewed 6 days ago by Coconuttreeandme
The room size is good among Japanese hotels. It is not like the rooms of those compact hotels. The tub is full-sized.
The room is clean and the onsen is good.
Its closest JR station is Harajuku JR station. The walk takes about ten minutes. During the winter, you may want to avoid walking outside. Then you could walk from...
I stayed at this hotel for business as my employer has an office in Cerulean Tower. The room was very nice, standard "business hotel", with great views across Tokyo. The bathroom had a Japanese toilet, complete with warmed seat and complicated options. The complex has several options for food, including a Japanese restaurant (ok), an Italian restaurant (avoid), and a...
"A very convenient location, nice staff, spacious room"
reviewed 4 weeks ago by Mschui
Very convenient location, right above the Mark City which is linked with the Shibuya JR/Metro station.
There is airport bus to/from the hotel. Very spacious room. Helpful staff as they helped carry our suitcases to the bus stop.
This is a decent hotel, conveniently located in the heart of Shibuya a few blocks from the train station. The staff was helpful and professional. Our room was clean and quiet--unremarkable but perfectly adequate. It had all the expected amenities. It was somewhat small, but typical for Tokyo. There's a restaurant in the hotel lobby, but it offered nothing we...
If you want to be in the middle of the hustle and bustle of Tokyo this hotel is perfect.
It’s within walking distance of a great shopping district with lovely restaurants and Shibuya train station is just over the road giving you easy access to the rest of Tokyo.
The staff are helpful and speak good English.
Breakfast choices are...