Mets Musashisakai Hotel

2-1-8 Kyonan-cho, Musashino, Tokyo Prefecture, 180-0023, Japan
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  • Families75
  • Couples100
  • Solo72
  • Business78

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subway guide needed

by jsvdwatt

i am planning to make a booking in a hotel in oomori area in tokyo...can you please tell me what the nearest subway station is if i plan to stay in eg. the art hotel?

Re: subway guide needed

by yvr

Description for Art Ohmori Hotel Tokyo

Due to its excellent location and facilities, this hotel is a good choice for both leisure and business travellers.

Location
Located at the southern part of Tokyo, Omori area, Art Ohmori Hotel takes only 4 minutes by walk from JR Omori station on Keihin Tohoku Line. From this station, the hotel is only 6 minutes from Shinagawa, 15 minutes from Tokyo Station and 25 minutes from Yokohama.

Re: subway guide needed

by Bilimari

You can download the Tokyo subway map, here.
(Click "Tokyo subway route map" on right column.)
http://www.tokyometro.jp/global/en/index.html

As mentioned above, it's near the JR Omori station.

Re: subway guide needed

by dru46

The JR Omori Station is the closest. However, the Omorikaigan Station on the Keikyu line is also close, depending exactly on where your hotel is.

Just an FYI, taking the Keikyu line is not advised as you'll be paying a secondary fare to get past Sengakuji Station. JR is just simpler. However, if you are considering Omori, I'd recommend shifting to Shinagawa as access is limisted. If you save more than $10USD a night, it might be worth it... but I'd guess you can get something for the same price a bit closer to central Tokyo.

Re: subway guide needed

by jsvdwatt

hi there, thanks for the reply but I need to know the nearest Subway station's name, not the JR (above-ground) station's name...can you help?

Re: subway guide needed

by dru46

Note that there are no subway stations near Omori Station. The closest subway station is Sengakuji, on the Asakusa Line or Gotanda on the same line. For the Tokyo Metro system, Meguro Station on the Chiyoda Line is closest. Note that you'll be looking at a walk of over 1 hour.

Travel Tips for Tokyo

A business district of Shinjuku

by dennisKL

West of the Shinjuku Station is Shinjuku's skyscraper district, a business district where many of Tokyo's tallest buildings are located, including the Metropolitan Government Office whose observation decks are open to the public for free. It is right behind my hotel. Night sightseeing is wonderfull.

Dedicated to my VT Friend unravelau

by manuelEB

It will be difficult to explain... In a city "enyoing" one of the highest population density, I do considered an oasis a place where I can be alone and enjoy few minutes of introspection. Few meters away from here, there is Tokyo Tower, which is a sort of Tesla tesla magnet for visitors. How they manage to avoid these spot is a secret i do not want to "revelau", yet.

Asakusa Kannon.

by Sharrie

SENSO-JI Temple (popularly known as ASAKUSA KANNON): Tokyo's most sacred temple.
In 628, 2 fishermen fished a small gold statue of Kannon (Buddhist Goddess of Mercy) from the Sumida River & their master built a shrine to Kannon. In 645, holy man Shokai built a temple to Kannon.

Day Trip to Nikko.

by Sharrie

Day Trip to NIKKO: simply unforgettable in Autumn; with colorful Momiji (Japanese version of maple leaf) filling the mountains with life!
TOSHO-GU SHRINE is the most interesting building in Nikko. The decorations and relief carvings depicting the life-cycle of the monkey are one not to be missed. Look out for the famous 'hear no evil, see no evil, speak no evil' threesome which have become emblematic of Nikko.
One of my favorite Autumn vacation, aside from Canada which have the most beautiful Autumn season I've ever witnessed!

The most helpful phrase ever

by sissah

Kore onegai shimasu (core-ay oh-nay-guy she-mah-s)

This means "this, please." I found it extremely helpful. When you're ordering food, you can point and say, "kore onegai shimasu." When you're lost, you can get in a cab and give the driver the address (written if you're an idiot like me) and say, "kore onegai shimasu." When you're buying something in a store, you can put it on the counter and say, "kore onegai shimasu." While I'm sure I was using it wrong half the time, everyone always understood what I meant. Very helpful phrase.

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