Mets Shibuya Hotel

3-29-17 Shibuya, Shibuya, Tokyo Prefecture, 150-0002, Japan
Hotel Mets Shibuya
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
34%
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Very Good
38%
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Average
23%
6
Poor
3%
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  • Families85
  • Couples81
  • Solo86
  • Business87

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View from Ueno StationView from Ueno Station

Forum Posts

Hamamatsucho Bus Terminal to Hotel Mets Shibuya

by jumponaplane

Could anyone please tell me the best way to get from the Hamamatsucho bus terminal to the Hotel Mets Shibuya?

Any help is greatly appreciated.

Re: Hamamatsucho Bus Terminal to Hotel Mets Shibuya

by dru46

The easiest and best way is to take the JR Yamanote Line towards Shinagawa. It's 7 stations down, and about 18 minutes to get there. Pretty simple unless it's rush hour. Depending on how you are getting into Tokyo, there might be alternative methods to get into Tokyo that stops directly at Shibuya, Shinagawa, or Shinjuku.

Re: Hamamatsucho Bus Terminal to Hotel Mets Shibuya

by shi612

Use the JR line. From the JR Hamamatsucho station get on a Yamanote-Line train to Shibuya. At Shibuya station, go up the central stairs, go down the corridor towards the Shin-Minamiguchi exit. The hotel is at the opposite side of the Shinminamiguchi exit. Even on a rainy day you don't need an umbrella.

Travel Tips for Tokyo

I had one of the best days of...

by mantel

I had one of the best days of my life when I did a day trip to MT FUJI.I travelled by bus to Mt Fuji 3rd stop for memory,took some great photos (clear day lucky me)then bus to a sulphure spring where you boil an egg and it turns black,then you eat it and you are supposed to live 7 years longer.next you go down the mountain by sky chair woooowww,till you get to Lake Hakone,a lake in a volcano crater,sail up the lake in a pirate like ship to the bus at the other end.You then have a choice to go back to Tokyo central by bus or by Bullit train,,what a day Mt FUJI

In The Train

by vigi

This is a common scene you'll see when you get in a train a Tokyo... Everybody, no matter they are checking phone mail, sleeping, reading book, or just sitting down there, everyone have no facial experssion, no smile, and no talk. I felt uncomfortable with this in the first few days. Then I found myself started to fall into the same stereotype thereafter...

Shinjuku

by stonefree

It's a Babylon... I used to strall around this sleepless fortress thru the nights and days when I was around 20years old. Well, when I was going rude and wild.

Dubious fascinations and pleasures with threats and traps behind them... I just learned...

Ok, you travellers will not have to be too frightened. Just enjoy the Babylon.

Do Type Don't Talk

by hawaiidreamin

On any public transportation, everyone has their cellphone on vibrate and do not talk on the phone. If you forget and your phone rings, excuse yourself and switch to vibrate quickly. You'll also notice no talking on cellphone sign everywhere. Because it cost less to send email than to talk, people tend to rely on emails.

Sushi/Sashimi: A Multi-sense Experience

by AKtravelers

If you are in Tokyo, you MUST dine in a sushi bar. Not only is raw fish a staple of the Japanese diet and not only is it delicious, but there is an entertainment to the sushi bar that is unlike any other restaurant I've ever been in. Whenever a new customer comes into the restaurant, a celebratory cry rings out from the chefs behind the counter. Whenever you leave, all the chefs yell at the top of their lungs "Arigato gozaimasu!" as you head towards the door. In a medium sized place, this opera of saluting creates an audio rhythym that goes with the artistically prepared dishes and the delicate texture of the fish to delight most of the senses. So, even if you hate the taste, go for a beer and just listen to the sounds.
By the way, if you're eating alone like I often do in Tokyo, sitting at the sushi bar increaseds the chances you'll have someone to talk to over dinner (even if they don't understand you!).

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Address: 3-29-17 Shibuya, Shibuya, Tokyo Prefecture, 150-0002, Japan