Mercure Ginza

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

2-9-4 Ginza, Chuo, Tokyo Prefecture, 104 0061, Japan
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Satisfaction Excellent
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 43% more than similarly rated 3.5 star hotels

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  • Families90
  • Couples90
  • Solo83
  • Business81

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Forum Posts

re: air tickets from TOKYO

by raytung31

Dear All,

If there is someone can advise me of some travel agents in JP that can offer me air tickets of NRT/GUM/NRT on JL y-cl?? And they can speak English.

BTW, a web site thereto is appreciated.

Re: re: air tickets from TOKYO

by GrumpyDiver

Why don't you book yourself on line. Continental, Delta and Korean Airlines all fly the route you are looking for.

Check on the website of any of these airlines.

Re: re: air tickets from TOKYO

by raytung31

Thank you.... but the problem is price on the net is very high and price from travel agent is usually lower. :(

Re: re: air tickets from TOKYO

by GrumpyDiver

Really? I have always had the exact opposite experience.

Even when travelling for work, when we are required to go through a travel agent, they will offer us the internet price, which is lower than the price that shows up on their computer reservation system,

Re: re: air tickets from TOKYO

by dru46

If you are looking for a hotel+flight combo, I recommend going to a travel agent shop. Just go to a major station, or local if you don't have time, and just look at the Guam flyers. It's not too hard to decipher but minimal Japanese is needed. Just circle what you want, and 2 or 3 hotels and that should be enough. You can just walk into the shop and talk to them.

Otherwise, you can try HIS. They have one of the biggest shops, if not THE biggest. They advertise in Metropolis all the time, but depending on the agent, service can vary a bit.

As for booking online, I find it cheaper and better. If you use a travel agent, they usually include transport from the airport to the hotel. I wouldn't recommend that as they usually take at least an hour to start leaving the hotel. You have to wait until your flight has completely disembarked or all of your fellow passengers. It can suck to wait an hour for everyone to come out.

Re: re: air tickets from TOKYO

by Bilimari

Most major travel agencies in Japan have offices in overseas which has website in English and English speaking staff. Try JTB, HIS, and Kintetsu.

Re: re: air tickets from TOKYO

by SfumatoPants

Travel Tips for Tokyo

July weather in Tokyo

by bulldogtwo

Well as weather goes anywhere it's a gamble, especially when it comes to guessing what it'll be in the near or far future!!

But yes, it could be wet but I don't think anymore so than most other places in asia, actually not as wet as some of the SEAsian countries. When it's not raining I would be ready for some pretty humind weather though, it can get pretty sticky in Tokyo that time of the year. Hokkaido would probably have rain as well, how much??? but the humidity wouldn't be or shouldn't be as bad.
Good luck and have fun!

roppongi discos!...

by jurkka

roppongi discos! fishmarket!
to rent a car- the easyness of traffic- although I drove in the nighttime... the clean city, one can eat anything anywhere, the friendliness of the people-just unbelievable- atleast for a finn...
nice fullsize taxicabs- chrome and shine, i could have never believed that japs themselves like big cars and hate small economyboxes -just like i do!

The Japanese Yen

by machomikemd

the japanese yen is the main currency of Japan since the Meiji period in the 1870's. It has ¥1000, ¥2000, ¥5000, and ¥10,000 notes and has 1, 10, 20, 50, 100 and 500 yen coins. It is the third most popular currency after the US Dollar and the Euro. the present exhange Rate between the US Dollar to the yen is $ 1= 87 yen in money exchange shops and $ 1= 82 yen at hotels and $ 1 = 89 yen at post offices so I would recommend that you exchange US dollars at post offices and if no post office nearby then at money exchange shops ok since they have better exchange rates than hotesl! don't always compute the US dollar equivalent of prices as you will just be dissapointed with the high prices in japan!

The Famous Japanese Bidet (toilets)

by machomikemd

Before japan was famous (or notorious) for it's squat toilets wherein you just squat to tke a dump or pee but nowadays japan is now popularly known for its bidets and anus washes (lavatory) and it is an experience to use this bidets and *** washesas every hotel room is equipped with this high tech stuff and in public bathrooms, look for the bidet sign as they are separate from ordinary toilets ok! these high tech toilets include many advanced features rarely seen outside of Asia. Depending on the exact model, these bidets are designed to open the lid when they sense a user nearby, wash the anus or vulva of the user, dry afterwards with warm air, flush automatically and close the lid after use. The most basic feature is the integrated bidet, a nozzle the size of a pencil that comes out from underneath the toilet seat and squirts water. It has two settings: one for washing the anus and one for the bidet. The former is called posterior wash, general use, or family cleaning, and the latter is known as feminine cleaning, feminine wash or simply bidet. At no point does the nozzle actually touch the body of the user. The nozzle is also self-cleaning and cleans itself before and after operation. The user can select to wash the anus or vulva by pressing the corresponding button on the control panel. Usually the same nozzle is used for both operations, but at a different position of the nozzle head, and using different openings in the nozzle to squirt water at a different angle to aim for the correct spot. Occasionally, two nozzles are used, each dedicated for one area. The control logic is also attached to a pressure switch in the toilet seat, and operates only if there is pressure on the seat, indicating that the seat is occupied.



I have been already Tokyo 4 years befor.
But that was a study tour from GOV of Japan,
But this time I visit Tokyo for 6 months,
I saw lotof things which I was never imagine in my life,
people, very kind, but it is very dificult ot judgment,
Hotel,s services, I feel some time that I am only staying here in hotel, every body stand up for Hospitality.



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 Mercure Ginza

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Address: 2-9-4 Ginza, Chuo, Tokyo Prefecture, 104 0061, Japan