Ginza Capital Annex Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

3-1-5 Tsukiji, Chuo, Tokyo Prefecture, 104-0045, Japan
Ginza Capital Hotel Annex
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  • Couples61
  • Solo68
  • Business51

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Cheap hotel in Tsukiji, Tokyo

by RoDawg about Ginza Capital Hotel

Prices are different depending on the day of the week. Single rooms range from 5000 - 9000 yen. The rooms were absolutely tiny, however they were impecably clean. Close to Tsukiji fish market

Cheapest Accommodation.

by A2002 about Hotels.

I think there are very limited hostels in Japan. The cheapest accommodation I can find in Tokyo are Ginza Capital hotel near Tsukiji market, and Hotel Newstar in Ikebukuro.
I paid JPY6,500 (Sep 2002) including all taxes and Japanese breakfast for a single room in Ginza Capital hotel. Everything was fine just that they charged my extra for taxes on the day I check-in. But when I got back, I forwarded the confirmation email to them and they promptly returned me the taxes they charged me on check-in. I tried the popular Taito hotel with Japanese style room, but it seems fully book on most days of the year. So book way in advance. The room is quite small, but that's normal for hotels in Japan, I think. The hotel is situated near the Tsukiji market and near just opposite a subway station (not JR line). It is about 5-10minutes walk to a JR station.

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Some advice needed

by Prokonich

Hello, I'm going with my kid to Tokyo and we neeed some advice:
*How can we reach Toyota Center? By the way is it worth while visiting? We are staying at Ginza Capital Hotel
*I found only one good map with dining outs which is Tokyo food page, but map is in Japanese so it is confusing. I wonder if there are cheap place where we can eat like McDonalds, Kentuky fried chicken or not expensive Japanese restaraunts.

Thanks for information, Julia

RE: Some advice needed

by shi612

Do you mean "Amlux", the Toyota showroom in Ikebukuro, Tokyo?
Yes, this is more than a auto show room. If you and your kid really like cars, you would forget time passing.
http://www.amlux.jp/english/floor/f1_f.shtml

You don’t have to be worried about restaurants. You can easily find any kinds of restaurants, from cheap to expensive, from Western to Chinese to Japanese to ethnic, particulary around large statinos like Ikebukuro.

RE: RE: Some advice needed

by Prokonich

Oh, thanks for info! Most of the travelers say that everything IS SO EXPENSIVE that I was worried!

RE: RE: Some advice needed

by Prokonich

We also wanted to visit Disneyland, Disney Sea, LaQua center and go to Yokogama. Plus oceanarium near one of hotels (something like Sunshine Prince Hotel). You might know some other interesting places - this is as far as I could find.

Thanks in advance, Julia

RE: RE: Some advice needed

by Norasuz5

Hi. For your info, please check these sites.
Disney Sea & Land: www.tokyodisneyresort.co.jp/index_e.html
Tokyo Dome Laqua: www.tokyo-dome.co.jp/e/laqua/index.htm
Epson Shinagawa Aqua Stadium: www.princehotels.co.jp/shinagawa/aquastadium/e/index.html
Kasai Tokyo Sea Life Park: www.tokyo-zoo.net/english/kasai/

Enjoy your stay!

RE: RE: Some advice needed

by shi612

Well, a set of a Bigmac, french fries and coca cola costs 560 yen. I don't know if you think it is expensive or not.

RE: RE: Some advice needed

by Prokonich

No, of course it's not! I was jsut told that I need to expect to pay at least 20 USD for lunch everywhere :-) That even cola costs there a whole bunch of money!

RE: RE: Some advice needed

by akamai4u

i have been in tokyo for a few days now and have found it is not as expensive as everyone says it is. you can eat lunch for as little as 600 - 1000 Yen, which is $5 - $9 US. just avoid the tourist traps. go to the small hole in the wall restaurants and be prepared to point to the food display or pictures on the menu.

there are McDonald's all over the place, but if you are a little adventurous, i think you can find better food in the small family owned restaurants.

good luck and have fun!

RE: RE: Some advice needed

by cheesecake17

hello
there are a lot of cheap/good eating places....just check out my japan page..
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Travel Tips for Tokyo

Manju, A Japanese Sweet Cake Favorite

by machomikemd

the japanese has lots of yummy sweet treats from their cuisine and the Manju is one of them and it is a kind traditional steamed sweet cake that is very popular all over japan that every region and town has it's own recipe and fillings for this sweet icon! Manju is a Japanese steamed cake, and it's a traditional Japanese sweet. A variety of fillings are used in manju. The most popular filling is anko (or sweet azuki bean paste) and green tea (macha) and roast pork but there are also other fillings. They come in different varieties and packagings (korea an china have their own versions of the Manju). A big one piece manju costs about 90 yen and the 2 dozen small ones costs 800 yen and they are available everywhere.

Do not use a cell phone on a public transportation

by kuchunga

In Japan, you are supposed to turn off your cell phone when you are on a public transportation such as a train, a subway and a bus. make sure it's off or silent before get on and if you forgot and it rang just hang up and turn off. Also people get annoyed if someone is loud on a public transportation too.

Watching Kabuki Theatre

by SLLiew

In Ginza, there is a famous Kabuki Theatre. For those into Japanese culture, should not miss the opportunity to watch a Kabuki performance. It is like a Japanese opera with amazing facial make-up and costumes, elaborate exaggerated poses by the actors. Female roles are done by men too.

There is an English translation headphone for rent otherwise will be totally lost. During intermission, obento (lunch boxes) are served if you have ordered before the show begins.

One of the cultural highlights of my Japan travels.

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 Ginza Capital Annex Hotel

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Address: 3-1-5 Tsukiji, Chuo, Tokyo Prefecture, 104-0045, Japan