Grand Pacific Le Daiba

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

2-6-1 Daiba, Minato, Tokyo Prefecture, 135-8701, Japan
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  • Solo88
  • Business83

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I prefer 'Le Meridien Grand...

by ukirsari

I prefer 'Le Meridien Grand Pacific' near Tokyo Bay area (as you see at my introduction page) and the Rainbow Bridge when I was in Tokyo. Also Hilton Tokyo. Then choose 'Higashi Nihon' when I was at Utsonomiya.

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Forum Posts

Cheapest way of travelling from tokyo Narita Airport to Hamamatsu

by autumn918

Dear fellow VTs,

Does anyone knows what's the cheapest way of travelling from Tokyo Narita Airport to Hamamatsu?

My friend told me to take to Nagoya, then travel to Hamamatsu by local trains.

Does anyone know whether local trains, bus, or plane is cheaper?

Re: Cheapest way of travelling from tokyo Narita Airport to Hamamatsu

by dru46

The cheapest way is to just take a train directly there. The cost of a flight to Nagoya is over 10,000 yen for the cheapest fare. If you choose to go to Nagoya by plane, you still have to pay 2500 yen for the local trains to get to Hamamatsu from the airport and it takes an extra 121 minutes. Under 5000 if you take the Shinkansen. If you travel by train, Narita Express and Shinkansen, you will pay around 10,000. If you fly, you don't have to leave the airport but once at Chubu International, you need to change trains 2 times, roughly to get to Hamamtasu. From Narita, you just have to change once at Tokyo Station.

The cheapest way there is by taking the night bus. There are several companies but a quick search of the JR Highway Bus shows it's about 5000 yen one way.

http://www.jrbuskanto.co.jp/bus_route_e/cotimep01.cfm?pa=2&pb=1&pc=j0010791&pd=0&st=1

Re: Cheapest way of travelling from tokyo Narita Airport to Hamamatsu

by taigaa001

Direct train ride all the way from Tokyo to Hamamatsu is the cheapest way. If you can tolerate 5-hour train ride go try Local Train from Tokyo to Hamamatsu.
According to Google transit it takes about 6 and a half hours and the train cost is 5090 yen. If you use Shinkansen it halves the time and takes 3 and 20 minutes to Narita to Hamamatsu and costs 8,620 yen.

Re: Cheapest way of travelling from tokyo Narita Airport to Hamamatsu

by Bilimari

Limousine bus costs 3000 yen from Narita airport to Tokyo station. From Tokyo station, you can take another bus to Hamamatsu, which is about 5000 yen.

Regular train from Tokyo to Hamamatsu costs about 4300 yen, but if you want to take Shinkansen (bullet train), you need to pay additional 3760 yen.

Travel Tips for Tokyo

Visit Asakusa Kannon Temple...

by RF_Traveler

Visit Asakusa Kannon Temple and marketplace. It is fun to walk around the marketplace and buy souvenirs for friends. There are many shops along this area so make sure you look and price everything before buying. At the Temple, make sure you go to the cauldron of incense and put some of the incense smoke on your head. The legend says that the incense smoke supposed to help your brain. Many students come here to help them pass a big test. You know, when in Rome...! My fondest memory of Tokyo were the people. They were so nice and always helpful that it made for a very pleasant visit. Everywhere you go from stores to restaurants, they always greet you politely and thank you when you leave. I wish it could be like that in the U.S.!

Ginza-Shoppong and Entertainment District

by dennisKL

Ginza is one of Tokyo's largest and most famous shopping, dining and entertainment districts, featuring many department stores, shops, restaurants, night clubs and cafes.
Ginza is also very popular among the older generations and the wealthy. Ginza is expensive!!!

Money Exchange Shops

by machomikemd

You can exchange foreign currency for Japanese yen at banks and shops designated as "authorized money changers." They are avaialble all around tokyo. The exchange rate fluctuates daily in accordance with the money market conditions (the present rate is $ 1 = 88 yen, better than in hotel which is at $ 1 = 83 yen) Arriving in Japan without Japanese money should not present problems as foreign currency may be exchanged for yen at banks in the arrival lounge of the Narita or Haneda Airports. better change your money in money exchange shops or at post offices as they offer higher rates!

List of general tips

by tedandtina

Here is a short reference list of some do's and Dont's

Do:

1. Take your shoes off when necessary. Make sure your shoes are taken off and properly placed in a ' ready to exit position'

2. Slurp noodles.

3. Try and practice a few Japanese phrases to help get around.

Do not:

1. Tipping is NOT a custom here. Taxi, Bell people, restaurants etc.It is not to say that you can't or shouldn't --it just isn't customary.

2. Eat and walk. Drink and walk.

3. Pass food with chopsticks.

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 Grand Pacific Le Daiba

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Address: 2-6-1 Daiba, Minato, Tokyo Prefecture, 135-8701, Japan