Manhattan Hotel

2-10-1 Hibino Mihama-Ku Chiba, Chiba, Chiba Prefecture, 261-0021, Japan
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scenic place near Tokyo

by ciotime

Is there a beautiful scenic place to go to thats not too far from Tokyo?

Re: scenic place near Tokyo

by mim95

Kamakura and Nikko aren't too far from Tokyo and are quite scenic, both are easily accessible by train. I would recommend staying over for at least a day to explore around.

Re: scenic place near Tokyo

by SfumatoPants

Second Kamakura and Nokogiriyama.

Re: scenic place near Tokyo

by Josilver

Nikko has my vote

Re: scenic place near Tokyo

by Oregonguy

There is an old hillside temple/shrine in Tsukuba (countryside). We found it to be nice. It is easy to get to from Tokyo. Just goto the Akihabara station and take the TX train direct to Tsukuba, about 40 min.

Re: scenic place near Tokyo

by IreneMcKay

There are lots of beautiful daytrips from Tokyo.

Nikko is wonderful if you like temples and beautiful hilly, forested scenery.

Kamakura is another great place if you are interested in temples in wonderful natural settings.

Mount Fuji or the Hakone Park area are also wonderful. The Hakone area has a wonderful outdoor culpture park and lots of interesting volcanic scenery. You can also do a boat trip on the lake with Mount Fuji as a backdrop if its not playing hide and seek in the clouds.

Tokyo itself although an enormous built up city has many many beautiful parks and gardens.

Re: scenic place near Tokyo

by mikeshane

Kamakura is the best choice. Although the initial area when you get off the train is a bit "congested" and touristy, walk about 20 minutes any direction away and you'll find a very nice, quiet, and beautiful town near the ocean, goregous parks, and three very awesome sights to check out: the Hachiman shrine, the Buddha statue, and ... sigh there is a Buddhist shrine that specializes in "money washing" ... lol. It is part of a legend that says if you wash your money (coin, not cash) it will duplicate if you keep it a year. A great town.

Travel Tips for Tokyo

Funny street names

by sourbugger

The Japanese language throws up some unfortunate translations at times.

A good example of this is the Tokyo equilvalent of London's Carnaby Street - Takeshita street.

It is virtually impossible to see a sign to such a place without trying surpress a silly schoolboy-like smile.

Get your tired ass out of bed...

by Fiffi

Get your tired ass out of bed and go to the HUGE Tokyo fish market before 7 in the morning! You will not regret it! Fish and seafood you didn't think one could eat, in all colours and shapes. And most of it is still alive when it is being bought. It doesn't get any fresher. The health inspector keeps an eye on it all. HUGE and deep red tuna, octopussy in seven different colours or more, strange snails. Most fishermen are happy and proud to pose with their catch. BRING YOUR CAMERA!

Vending Machines

by vigi

Japan is the nation of vending machines. You can buy almost anything from them - condoms, sanitary towels, batteries, tobacco, soft drinks, beer, hundreds of varieties of canned tea, train tickets, instant noodles, sandwiches, you name it.

Nihombashi

by vigi

It worth a lunch time visit to Nihonbashi, to experience business centers that drive Japan's economy. See the difference of Japanese working crowd before they "transform" to a party animal after work.

Actually, I was looking for the famous Rainbow Bridge, wrongly alight in this Nihombashi Station, worth a visit though. In Japanese, Nihon = Japan; Bashi = Bridge

Buying Mineral Water in Tokyo

by machomikemd

Bottled Water is not a problem in tokyo as there are hundreds of brands available whether imported like perrier or volvic or local but the popular bottled water here is made by Calpis. bottled water comes in 250 ml, 500 ml, 1 liter and 1 gallon containers and the price starts from 60 yen for a 250 ml water to 300 yen for 1 gallon of bottled water. available everywhere, at konbini and at vending machines, supermarkets, department stores, stations but the cheapest to buy is at supermarkets.

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Address: 2-10-1 Hibino Mihama-Ku Chiba, Chiba, Chiba Prefecture, 261-0021, Japan