Monterey Akasaka Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

4-9-24 Akasaka, Minato, Tokyo Prefecture, 107-0052, Japan
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Satisfaction Excellent
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Very Good
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Average
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Poor
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 29% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Couples86
  • Solo86
  • Business85

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Midnight transport out from Haneda

by ikira

Hi Vts,

Good day.
Sorry to disturb again.
Just found out a bad news that the flight will touch down at Haneda around 11pm at night. By the time clear the custome it will be 12am midnight.
is there still have any transport availble for us to get to downtown besides the expensives limo and taxi? Is train and buses still operate at this timing?

If we really end up with taxi or limo, we have 5 pax. How much will it cost to get to down town (shinbashi) from haneda? Or just to the nearest budget hotel in haneda area?

Many thanks

Re: Midnight transport out from Haneda

by SfumatoPants

5 people = 2 cabs

Haneda to Shinbashi after midnight - Y6470/taxi

www.nihon-kotsu.co.jp/taxi/fare/simulation.html#header

Re: Midnight transport out from Haneda

by auztrav

Ohh, I am arriving after midnight too, any trains or buses? Will be on my own...

Re: Midnight transport out from Haneda

by salisbury3933

The monorail timetable may change with the new international terminal opening, but there is a monorail leaving terminal 2 at 11.50pm 7 days of the week.

You may be through in time to catch it. From Hamamatsu-cho, you could then get onto the Yamanote for Shinbashi (1 stop).

I once stayed at the JAL hotel nearby the airport. Was abou 10000 yen for the night, so maybe not budget as such.

Travel Tips for Tokyo

Beating rush hour hell...

by cheesecake17


First dont get caught in rush hour on a Tokyo train.....avoid this as much as you can..:)...

But if you do get on....well here are a few tips to get a sit......

Stand near seated junior high or high school students, whose uniforms are a clear signal they will be only on for a short distance and likely to vacate their seats soon...

Look at people who are sleeping, specially those who sit upright with their eyes lightly close are more likely to get off early...

Also women who touch up their makeup are preapring to get off.....

TOKYO METRO

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Right here waiting

by tangymp

This poor little dog wait and wait everyday at Shibuya station for its master to return for 11 years after his master's death. Now its statue becomes one of the most important meeting point in Tokyo. Good reminder to all of us --- PLEASE BE PUNCTUAL AND SHOW UP !!

Asakusa Sanja Matsuri

by FelixB

O-matsuri or festivals are a very common feature of Japanese religious life, especially during the summer months. There are a range of different types. For example, portable shrines called o-mikoshi, sometimes as havy as a ton, are carried through the neighbourhood. This is done for the gods enshrined in the o-miskoshi not to get lonely. The most famous one of that kind is the Sanja Matsuri that is held in Asakusa on the third Saturday and Sunday in May at the Kannon Temple. very interesting is that there is not only one of those shrines but 100 of them. Close to the temple is a bureau that displays one of the O-mikoshi. After asking they let me take the picture that you can see on the right side.

go SHOPPING! Man, shopping in...

by Krystynn

go SHOPPING! Man, shopping in Tokyo is an adventure in itself. The things here are ULTRA-EXPENSIVE but you can't claim to have seen the BEST department stores until you come to Tokyo.

Let's see, their LARGEST department store - TOBU is housed over 29 different floors (yes, of pure blissful shopping!)... and their SECOND LARGEST department store - SEIBU has 22-storeys of pure shopping floors. And mind you, I'm talking about the LARGEST and SECOND LARGEST department stores IN THE WORLD!


Other great places to shop in Tokyo - without burning a hole in your pocket include: Isetan Department Store (in Shinjuku). Kinokuniya Bookstores (fantastic!). Takashimaya Times Square - This is a large shopping complex in Shinjuku. You can find video game arcades, theaters... everything here. Yodobashi Camera Store - One of the BIGGEST discount camera shops in Japan. It is located right in front of Shinjuku station. Oriental Bazaar in Harajyuku - You can buy reasonably priced (compared to most other shops in Tokyo, that is!) traditional Japanese clothing and crafts. They also sell souvenirs. Akihabara - There are over 500 shops here that sell electronic gadgets! The prices are about 30% lower than the regular prices AND you can BARGAIN too. Now, isn't this great news?! Even if you aren't intending to shop here, it's still a FUN place to visit. Check out and marvel at the latest Japanese electronic inventions! Awesome....

Happy shopping! Here's a little trivia for you:

TOBU closed its doors for an entire day when Michael Jackson (back in his hey days when he was the KING of Pop) decided to shop here.


Hm, maybe someday when you and I become reeeeeal famous, who knows... Tobu might just close its doors for us too. :-)

P.S. That's me (dressed in winter garb) attempting to find something that I like here in Tobu. But everything's just soooo expensive here! Or am I just poor?

Grafiti in Yoyogi Park

by SLLiew

While most of Tokyo is clean and organized, at Yoyogi Park, there is a small revolution.

You can see artwork of graffitti on the wall. On weekends, there are bands of rockers that do not look like typical Japanese.

With forested areas, ponds and open grassland, it is a great place for family outdoor picnics and activities.

Yoyogi Park was the site of the Olympic village in 1964. Easy walk from Harajuku station.

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 Monterey Akasaka Hotel

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Address: 4-9-24 Akasaka, Minato, Tokyo Prefecture, 107-0052, Japan