Kaiyo Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

2-27-7 Hyakunin-cho, Shinjuku, Tokyo Prefecture, 169-8507, Japan
Hundred Stay Tokyo Shinjuku
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How to get to Gotemba Outlet Mall from Ikebukuro?

by ranmeg

Hi, leaving for Tokyo on Wed 9 June. Can someone pls tell me how to get to Gotemba Outlet Mall from Ikebukuro? I understand I can get there by bus or train. Pls give me directions as I don't know if directions on internet are current. Thx.

Re: How to get to Gotemba Outlet Mall from Ikebukuro?

by dru46

Personally, I don't recommend the train. It's a little far out there, and the JR Gotemba Line only has a few trains an hour.

First, go to Shinjuku. From there, there are three methods to get to Gotemba.

1. JR Bus

Go to the New South Exit and look for the JR Highway Bus Station.

English Info: http://www.jrbuskanto.co.jp/bus_route_e/cotimep01.cfm?pa=2&pb=1&pc=j0010731&pd=0&st=1
Map in Japanese, but might help you: http://www.jrbuskanto.co.jp/bus_stop/shinjuku.html

The Direct bus to Gotemba may not run on weekdays. You can always take the regular highway bus to the Gotemba Interchange, which is a short and free shuttle ride to the outlet mall.

2. Odakyu Highway Bus

Go to the Odakyu Halc Building. It's the same building as the Bic Camera at the West Exit. If you exit from the JR West Exit gate, you will be in the basement. Find your way to the first floor and walk over to the Bic Camera building. There is a small shop for the Odakyu Bus with an entrance on the outside. DON'T go into the department store itself.

Here is the schedule. A is for weekdays, and B is for the weekend, and special days. Be aware of the different departure times.

http://www.odakyu-hakonehighway.co.jp/ticket/gotenbaoutlet.html

You can also take the Odakyu Highway Bus which, like the JR Bus, stops at Gotemba Interchange where you can hop onto the free shuttle to the outlet mall.

Premium Outlet official site in English: http://www.premiumoutlets.co.jp/en/gotemba/access/index.php

Hope that helps. Good luck going there.

Re: How to get to Gotemba Outlet Mall from Ikebukuro?

by ranmeg

Appreciate the directions.

Travel Tips for Tokyo

Akiabara
A suburb of...

by Archie_Oak



Akiabara
A suburb of Tokyo...The electronic town!


Fascinating! This town is Alibaba’s treasure for a software freak person! There are chains of departmental stores all over the city, one of them called ‘Laox’. One entire building has nothing but software, laptops, palmtops…amazing!!! You just name it and you get it!!! There is a huge library on first floor and the rest 4 floors are silicon floors! There are certain software and multimedia kits that you can actually try your hand at!!! The town can be renamed as Microsoft town. If you rotate around yourself and stop at any point you will find a signboard of Microsoft…. It is crazy!

Tokyo Disneyland...For the kids of all ages



…Finally the day arrived to see the kids of all ages varying from 5~60 years and above in the Fantasyland.
Waiting for 1 hour in the queue is definitely worth the 2 minutes ride of roller coaster that many a time sends a shiver down your spine! The scary haunting house was scary with all those figures pouncing on us from nowhere…it was hi-tech, laser beams were used to create all those spooky figures!
Mickey and Donald are there greeting you, catching snaps, there is a tree house of Chip and Dale full of walnuts and walnut pies (boohoo! The pies were artificial!). There was a carnival called Viva! Magic!!Special celebration for the 15th year of Tokyo Disneyland!

Entire fairy tale book had come to life! It was just going back to kindergarten days, remembering all those stories told by my mother and teachers … The sun was on the run that day…
Evening round of carnival “Disney’s Fantallusion” was over and everyone was moving towards the last destination before leaving Disneyland… And suddenly the sky lit up with several colors…. There was just no ending …one moment there were butterflies dancing, next moment bright colored flowers and then multicolored shapes were just oooozing out from one another…
The Cinderella castle looked absolutely enchanting and mystique on the background of the graphic fireworks … creating waves of sensation and appreciation amongst the crowd.

Cheap hostel accommodation in Tokyo

by SLLiew

In my first visit to Japan, stayed at a cheap accommodation of dormitory bed at Tokyo International Hostel. Very affordable at around 2,700 yen per night then, now 3,860 yen.

Open to all nationalities and age group but they do separate local from foreigners in room assignment. Nice common hot bath "ofuro" after a long day of walking. Can reserve other related hostels of other cities.

Drawback is that you must check out by 10am and come back at 10:30pm (curfew time!).

Excellent location of Shinjuku. Great view from the high floors. Afordable until you can find your way around Tokyo.

TOKYO INTERNATIONAL HOSTEL 18th Floor, CENTRAL PLAZA
1-1 Kagurakashi, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, 162-0823

Tel: +81-3-3235-1107

http://www.tokyo-ih.jp/en/index.html

Donburi, Cheap Rice Bowl Dish

by machomikemd

the donburi is the exception to the stereotypical expensive japanese food and cuisine as it literally mean rice bowl and rice bowl means cheap but not necessarily poor in taste ok! Usually fish, meat, vegetables or other ingredients are simmered together and served over rice. Donburi meals are served in oversized rice bowls also called donburi. Donburi are sometimes called sweetened or savory stews on rice. The simmering sauce varies according to season, ingredient, region, and taste. A typical sauce might consist of dashi flavored with shoyu and mirin. Proportions vary, but there is normally three to four times as much dashi as shoyu and mirin. kinds of Donburi meals include:

Oyakodon (Oyako Donburi) Mother and Child Donburi
The name of this popular donburi dish comes from its two main ingredients, chicken and egg. Very rarely, you may also encounter an Oyakodon featuring salmon and ikura (salmon eggs).

Katsudon (Tonkatsu Donburi)
Pork Cutlet Donburi, Katsudon is served with tonkatsu (deep fried breaded pork cutlet), egg and onions on top of the rice.

Gyudon (Gyuniku Donburi) Beef Donburi
Gyudon is a bowl of cooked rice with beef, is very popular as an inexpensive type of fast food served at chain stores across the country like yoshinoya, matsuya or sushiya.

Tendon (Tempura Donburi) Tempura Donburi
Tempura are deep fried pieces of battered seafood and vegetables. Various tempura pieces are dipped into a soya based sauce before served on top of the rice.

Unadon (Unagi Donburi) Eel Donburi
The eel is grilled and prepared in a thick soya based sauce before served on top of the cooked rice.

Tekkadon (Tekka Donburi) Tuna Donburi
The topping of Tekkadon is raw tuna (maguro). It is served with strips of nori seaweed and sometimes ground yamaimo.

Heated Toilet Seats

by arianne_1504

I just thought this was downright odd when I arrived in Tokyo - it was quite disconcerting to sit on a heated toilet seat. But trust me, when you get to Takayama and its snowing and 0 degrees outside, you WILL be thankful for the heated toilet seat!

Other variances include those where you can change the tone of the flush or the type of music it plays.

Blood Type.

by kdoc13

When I worked in Japan, a frequent question around the office was what my blood type was. At first it worried me, especially when the young ladies were the one who asked. But, hey, I didn't know the culture then. I just figured there were sharp objects and they wanted to know in case I needed a transfusion or something... yeah, I am a dork!

The blood type question is usually asked by someone who has romantic interests in a person, as a way of measuring compatability. It is so common that many of the J-pop stars, models, actresses and other celebrities list their blood types on their promotional materials. I seriously saw a campaign poster for Junichiro Koizumi (The prime minister as of 2004) which had his blood type on it.

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 Kaiyo Hotel

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Address: 2-27-7 Hyakunin-cho, Shinjuku, Tokyo Prefecture, 169-8507, Japan