Hotel Unizo Shinbashi

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

3-5-2 Shinbashi, Minato, Tokyo Prefecture, 105-0004, Japan
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Tokyo parks in December

by JohanIsWeg

Working on my itinerary for December and was wondering what the gardens would be like at that time of the year... Is it worth visiting gardens in December? We are there for a few days from 24 December. Would we still get the tail end of autumn? What should we expect in terms of weather effects on flora?
Thanks!

Re: Tokyo parks in December

by dru46

December 24 is a cold time in Tokyo. Don't expect much in the way of flora. Many of the trees are bare at that time with only a few with needles. The grass tends to be dead or brown in December as well. You don't be getting any autumn colours at that time.

On the plus side, you'll have 2 days to look at the Christmas decorations in town, and on the 26th, you can see the new years decorations. I don't think any of the parks have festive illuminations, but all over the city, there are famous areas for the Christmas Lights. It's quite interesting.

Re: Tokyo parks in December

by SfumatoPants

Parks will be gray and brown. Many trees and shrubs will be wrapped in protective winter cover. If you want atmosphere, try the graveyards at that time of year. Yanaka cemetery is a great cultural experience. Seriously. Sounds strange, but it's true.

Re: Tokyo parks in December

by mim95

You'll have a chance in early Dec. But for sure too late for fall colours around Christmas. Maybe better chance in the south.

Re: Tokyo parks in December

by taigaa001

Usually traditional Japanese gardens are designed to enjoy four seasons. Then the advantage of visiting Japanese gardens in winter is that it is not that crowded and you can see the structure of the garden and has clearer view than summertime garden. Hamarikyu garden has large area of evergreen forest so I guess you can enjoy the garden throughout the year. Also hamarikyu garden is the start of the Sumida river cruise. Also I used to love the stroll of the garden in the Institute of Natural Study in Mejiro area during winter. It is close to the garden museum as well.

http://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/GoListDetail-i22633-My_Favorite_Japanese_Gardens.html

Travel Tips for Tokyo

Tissue Advertisements!

by Breen

I'm sure this happens everywhere, but I think its a decent way to do business, but I'm sure extended exposer would get annoying.

While walking between Ikebukuro station and Sunshine city you can get around a dozen or so of these advertisments on tissue packages, near the end of my trip I began collecting them to get as wide a variety when I got home. I still have many of them around. I was suprised to see Popeye still being used to sell something, I think he is a little out of style!

Tokyo

by stonefree

In fact, there is no name of the place "Tokyo". This may make you being embarrassed. But I'm honest. The word just "Tokyo" as a name of a place can be used only for "Tokyo-to", or for "Tokyo Station" as far as possible, on a map or an atlas.

Tokyo-to is one of the 47 prefectures (ken) in Japan that possesses the metropolitan of Japan. It consists on the 23 wards (ku) and several other cities, town and villages.

When we call "Tokyo", we are generally referring to the area within the 23 ku. The aggregate of the 23 ku is the metropolitan and is considered as one city.

The names of the wards of the 23 ku are...
Chiyoda-ku
Chuo-ku
Minato-ku
Shinjuku-ku
Bunkyo-ku
Taito-ku
Sumida-ku
Koto-ku
Shinagawa-ku
Meguro-ku
Ota-ku
Setagaya-ku
Shibuya-ku
Suginami-ku
Toshima-ku
Kita-ku
Arakawa-ku
Itabashi-ku
Nerima-ku
Adachi-ku
Katsushika-ku
Edogawa-ku ref: Tokyo Metropolitan Government's site
and Tokyo Tourism Info

Tokyo Tower

by vigi

Tokyo Tower - The object of attacks from Godzilla - was erected in 1958 as a broadcasting tower. Taller than the Eiffel Tower in Paris, make it the world's highest self-supporting iron tower.

Tokyo Tower can be seen from far in many places. This night view from Roppongi is VERY BEAUTIFUL! I heard that the tower will change colour to match different seasons. Orange colour for spring/summer.

photograph the magnificent ...

by Krystynn

photograph the magnificent Tokyo Tower - AT NIGHT!!! This monument literally lighted up the entire Tokyo skyline and somehow, you can't help but marvel at the similiarities between the Eiffel Tower and this. Hm... :-))

Blaming others for own faults. Not in Japan

by manuelEB

I am asked or almost on daily basis about how is like to live in Japan? "Two extremes!" I 've been told, regarding my "Latin culture" and the Japanese ways.

Well , it is not that different if you pay attention to the details and forget a little bit about the many times digested predjuices you could have about Far East and "Latin Culture". But there is, indeed, a big difference in how the regular Japanese citizen tackles certain problems. In case of failure or accident, the Japanese would never automatically blaim others to save face and responsability. Perhaps, very innocently, it will make an introspective analysis of his/her faults and will come up with a more balanced view. If it has to accept a degree of responability, or the whole responsability, it will.

I have learned a lot in this in 20 years, but I do recognize that I still get very upset when I have to deal with western people that automatically blaim others, and happily call name others, when failure and/or accidents occurred because their own faults.

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 Hotel Unizo Shinbashi

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Address: 3-5-2 Shinbashi, Minato, Tokyo Prefecture, 105-0004, Japan