Hotel Sun Morishita

3-6-2 Morishita, Koto, Tokyo Prefecture, 135-0004, Japan
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Buying a ticket for the JLeague game at Akinomoto Stadium

by morgenhund

I want to try to get to Akinomoto Stadium for the J-League game on 7 August 2010 between FC Tokyo and Nagoya Grampus Eight (k.o. 7pm) - any tips how I can get a ticket?

Thanks in advance!

Mike

Re: Buying a ticket for the JLeague game at Akinomoto Stadium

by dru46

You can usually buy tickets at the box office when you arrive. If you take the Keio line, just follow the crowds to the stadium. When everyone goes to enter, head right at the main gate and the box office is about 30 metres from there.

If you want to buy tickets in advance, you need to know a little Japanese. You can go to most convenient stores to buy them. Just play with it a little and you can get tickets. If you are lucky, the staff at the convenience store can help you, but they may not be that friendly to buy tickets. I usually buy tickets on the same day as it's just easier. If you arrive an hour or two early, you shouldn't have problems. Free seating is available, but be aware that sitting behind the goal is tough as the big fans will be there right away. Centre line shouldn't be a problem.

Re: Buying a ticket for the JLeague game at Akinomoto Stadium

by morgenhund

Thanks - very helpful!

Re: Buying a ticket for the JLeague game at Akinomoto Stadium

by dru46

No Worries. Have fun at the game. Cheer for FC Tokyo. It'll be a blast.

Grampus might win though... ...

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Harajuku and Meiji Jingu

by Wind10

Harajuku is an interesting place. My Jap friend told me it is a place mainly gather "Inaka mon" (people from small villages).
However, there is a quiet and holely area just next to Harajuku station - Meiji Jingu. Tokyo is an exciting city. Combination of East and West, traditional and modern.
Besides, the complex railway network and the crowd also as one of the symbol of the city.

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by friekguy

Cell Phones !!!!! a necessity of Japanese people. You always find a minimum of 2 mobile phones with every person you meet. These phones designed for use in Japan only, comes at a very attractive price. You have streets selling cell phones on road. Dont be surprised if u see someone distributing Cell phones for free on the street.

Meiji Jingu

by stonefree

I pay a visit this shrine once a year with my wife since I got married.
It has a huge precinct with woods and the long approach to the main shrine. You will forget you are in the center of Tokyo in the walk through the approach.

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Shinjuku is the ultimate modern Tokyo experience. It has everything... skycrapers, department stores, red-light district, bars, clubs, Shinto shrine, restaurants... as many variety as you can imagine.

There is a vending machine for everything!

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