Mitsui Garden Hotel Italia-gai

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

2-14-24 Higashi-shimbashi, Minato, Tokyo Prefecture, 105-0021, Japan
Mitsui Garden Hotel Shiodome Italia-gai
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Satisfaction Excellent
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 26% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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Forum Posts

When is rush hour ?

by MarieBernas

Can you please tell me at what times are rush hours ? Thank you !

Re: When is rush hour ?

by Bilimari

It's always clouded in Tokyo, but it gets absolutely crazy from 7:30am to 9am and from 5:30pm to 6:30pm. The time may vary a bit depending if you are on a train/metro or on the road.

Re: When is rush hour ?

by Rabbityama

The peak of rush hour is from 8-9AM and 5-6PM. Generally the best time to travel is midday and evening/night.

Re: When is rush hour ?

by salisbury3933

It may depend on the line a bit, but mornings here are always the most crowded.

The commute home is always more spaced out (people finishing at different times, going drinking etc.), so on the line I use, I can often get a seat for most of the way home.

Travel Tips for Tokyo

Running in the station.

by cksea

Make use of locker in all major station. I helps a lot if you wish to travel light. The locker is big enough for a backpack. Anyway, don't forget to "people watching" when you reach the station. Haha, it's linda fun. So many of them running around. No kidding, they are running! Price starts from 300 to 100yen. Expensive? Consider the energy and trouble you save.


by vigi

I do not understand Pachinko... and why people spend few hours sitting down there looking at the machine. My friend told me this is a kind of gambling, one can exchange for money, charlolate, biscuits, toys, etc with the metal balls.

This one is located in Koiwa, a suburb small town. Most shops closed at 8-9pm, while this 2 storey Pachinko still open and fully packed with customers, amazing!

Kamakura (day trip from Tokyo)

by sunnywong

An ancient seaside city with famous temples and shrines. Kamakura was the seat of the first shogunate from 1192 and still retains a great deal of traditional charm.

What to see and do: See the Great Buddha, one of the largest open-air Buddhas in the world; visit Tsurugaoka Hachimangu Shrine; hike the hills from Kita-kamakura Stn to Kamakura Stn visiting temples on the way.

Access: 1 hr from Tokyo Stn by JR Yokosuka Line. The Great Buddha, 735-year-old, 38-foot-tall, 500-ton bronze statue, towers in Kamakura's Kotokuin Temple.

Hato Tours

by machomikemd

the number one tour company in the tokyo area, the hato bus company is an icon itself in the tokyo area hence i've made a separate things to do tip for hato bus tours here in my tokyo pages. Whether you are looking for the time-honored standbys—shrines, temples and Japanese gardens—or the more fashionable and trendy hot spots, Hato Bus Sightseeing Tours have exactly what you want! Hato Bus Tours have wonderfully diverse courses combining a little of everything, from traditional Japanese food to excellent shopping, even picturesque cruising, to ensure that you end the day replete with the charms of Tokyo! they offer tours with highly capable English-speaking tour guides as well as tours in Chinese, Korean and Spanish via their audio-guide system, the Tour Tracer (you must pay 500 yen for use of the audio tracer). their website is:

address is: HATO BUS CO., LTD.
World Trade Center Building 2-4-1 Hamamatsucho, Minato-ku Tokyo 105-6101, Japan
TEL 81-3-3435-6081 FAX 81-3-3433-1972

Westerners, You Don't Need to Tip!

by Breen

I had someone run out of a bar after me when I left a nice tip, I had forgotten that you do not need to leave a tip for the waiters and waitresses in restaurents, they almost don't know what to do with it sometimes. I was wondering why I kept getting weird looks the first few days I was there! LOL


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 Mitsui Garden Hotel Italia-gai

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Address: 2-14-24 Higashi-shimbashi, Minato, Tokyo Prefecture, 105-0021, Japan