Blue Wave Inn Asakusa

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

2-33-7 Asakusa, Taito, Tokyo Prefecture, 111-0032, Japan
Blue Wave Inn Asakusa
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92%

Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
23%
18
Very Good
59%
46
Average
10%
8
Poor
2%
2
Terrible
3%
3

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 27% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Families94
  • Couples77
  • Solo86
  • Business88

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Forum Posts

Looking to meet (local) people in Tokyo for travel in 2012

by jtempelman

Hi,

Me and a friend of mine are from The Netherlands and are traveling to Tokyo in 2012 (not certain wich date yet).

We want to meet (local) people there to show us the city / nightlife. Preferably student's / people 20-35.

What is the best way to get in contact?

Greetings from The Netherlands,

JT

Re: Looking to meet (local) people in Tokyo for travel in 2012

by Fluffy_bunny

Try the social website http://couchsurfing.org it sounds like EXACTLY what you're looking for. It's free to join and there's no spam or mailing lists. There are monthly meetings in Tokyo with big turn outs. Alternatively, you can contact individual member directly to arrange coffee or tea or saki or whatever. It truly is an AWESOME resource.

Re: Looking to meet (local) people in Tokyo for travel in 2012

by jtempelman

Thank you for your reply! I will take a look at the site.

Re: Looking to meet (local) people in Tokyo for travel in 2012

by Waoife

You could also try Tokyo Free Guide (http://www.tokyofreeguide.com/) - as the name suggests, the guide is free but you pay for their transport, food, drink and entry fees while they should you about. It's a great way to get to meet some locals and see some places you probably wouldn't find by yourself :)

Travel Tips for Tokyo

Nightclub

by Lizzy1311

Go to One-eyed_Jack, a nightclub at Roppongi. They have dance shows and there is a casino, and lots of girls to have drinks with. I used to work there for a few months some time ago, and had a very good time. Take lots of money because everything in Tokyo is expensive! The nightlife is crazy! You can go on for ages. It is hard to find the best places, just ask the crowd on the street where to go. Clubs are situated on higher floors in buildings where you would never expect them.Roppongi is a great place to go out! I love Tokyo!

Medical Help

by kdoc13

Not really a favorite thing, but in case you are in Tokyo and need a doctor but cannot speak the language, there are a couple of things you can do.

1) First, the nicer hotels often have doctors in house who can help get youtaken care of, or to an emergency room.

2) Contact your local embassy. It is a good idea to carry the numbers for your country's embassy with you no matter where you go, but in case of a medical emergency, they can get you someplace where they speak your language, or can help provide someone to assist in language communication.

3) IAMAT: The International Association for Medical Assitance to Travelers. These guys are great! Trust me on this one! For those of us who speak English, they have a list of English speaking doctors. Not a fond memory of Tokyo, more of a confirmation that I am allergic to shellfish.

In case you need to contact IAMAT, there are two ways. By phone, before you go to get a list of doctors, 716-754-4883 or 416-652-0137, or by the internet at www.sentex.net/~iamat when you are there and suffering.

there are a lot of things to...

by Francesco-C

there are a lot of things to do in Tokyo, from simply walk trough the crowed street to risk your life eating Fugu... For who are from a western country Japan is a real different world, different culture, habits, food and buldings. I enjoy everything during my stay, but I really miss their food and their way to eat.

Tokyo Bay Area

by o00o

At that time, the old name of Tokyo City was replaced with Tokyo-to or Tokyo Metropolis and it was designated as a special administrative unit similar to a prefecture, the largest unit of local government in Japan.

Japanese People

by leanne_pearc

We found the Japanese to be very polite and welcoming people. We constantly needed help with directions and no one turned us away or ignored us.

The picture

I was taking a picture of the front of the restaurant and noticed that the guy behind the counter stopped cooking and posed for the camera. It always makes me laugh!

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 Blue Wave Inn Asakusa

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Address: 2-33-7 Asakusa, Taito, Tokyo Prefecture, 111-0032, Japan