Monterey Hanzomon

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

23-1 Ichiban-cho, Chiyoda, Tokyo Prefecture, 102 0082, Japan
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
25%
47
Very Good
58%
108
Average
12%
24
Poor
3%
6
Terrible
0%
1

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 37% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Couples86
  • Solo93
  • Business82

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Forum Posts

Need Train Help

by SupraTwinTurbo

Hi All, I am going to be in Tokyo soon. I am staying at Hotel Monterey Hanzomon which is near the Yotsuya Train Station. I need help figuring out how to buy tickets and the train system.

So from Narita Airport, I will take a train to Tokyo JR Station? Is this correct? Ticket prices are around 1100 Yen from http://www.hyperdia.com/, but where can I buy the tickets? Just go to the station? Can I use Credit Card or Cash Only?

So after arriving at Tokyo Station, I think I need to take the Marunouchi Line to Yotsuya Station. Is this correct? I can just get tickets from Toyko station?

Any advice would be great!

Re: Need Train Help

by Tommmo

All train info is on www.jorudan.co.jp/english/norikae

Re: Need Train Help

by LLgirl

SupraTwinTurbo,
Yotsuya station is a bit far from the hotel (15 min). It's better to go to Hanzomon station of Metro Hanzomon line (subway). From the airport to Hanzomon station, there're basically 2 routes : one by trains, another by limo bus & subway.

1) Limo bus to TCAT (Tokyo City Air Terminal) and take Metro Hanzomon line from Suitengu station to Hanzomon station.
TCAT: http://www.tcat-hakozaki.co.jp/eng/top.html
2) Take Narita Express to Tokyo station, walk to Otemachi station (via underground passage, 7-8 min) and take Metro Hanzomon line to Suitengu station.
Narita Express : http://www.narita-airport.jp/en/access/train/index.html

1) is easier than 2) as you don't have to walk from Tokyo to Otemachi station (it is clearly indicated in multilingual signs but a bit of walk). But price-wise, 2) is better if you plan to buy NEX & Suica package.
NEX & Suica package : http://www.jreast.co.jp/e/suica-nex/index.html

Metro map in English : http://www.tokyometro.jp/rosen/rosenzu/pdf/rosen_eng.pdf

Travel Tips for Tokyo

Walking anywhere, especially...

by kenHuocj

Walking anywhere, especially traditional and out of way places;
getting reinforcing picutres and images of their lifestyles. The new and old side by side:
a cosmoplitan metropolis still maintaining distnct areas of commercial activities;
people of different calls on the move 24/7
*** getting lost in New Shinjuku near the Tokyo Metropolitan Govenment Building when trying to get to Kabuki-cho with my friend Lucas from Soweto =8-)))

Sanrio Puroland Tickets

by muddybok

Ticket needed for Sanrio Theme Park located in Tama City, Tokyo. This theme park featured the famous Hello Kitty & other Sanrio merchandise characters.

I find that the ticket is a little pricey, as compare the Disneyland which is more worthwhile.

Sanrio Puroland Tickets Information


When you visit Sanrio Puroland, there are very scenic views along your train ride. Hop on the express training first and change into locomotive mode when it's nearly to the city where Sanrio Puroland located.

HARAJUKU

by Adeline_Foo

HARAJUKU is one of Japan favorite neighborhoods in Tokyo. Since this is Tokyo's most popular hangout for Japanese high school and college students, if you are over 25, you will probably feel ancient here. The young come here to see and be seen; you're sure to spot Japanese punks, girls decked out in the fashions of the moment, and young couples looking their best.

TAKESHITA DORI is a pedestrian-only street lined nonstop with stores that cater to teenagers. It's packed--especially on Sunday afternoons--with young people hunting for bargains on inexpensive clothing, shoes, music, sunglasses, jewelry, watches, cosmetics, and more I don't really fancy HARAJUKU and TAKESHITA DORI because it is cater to the young. The fashion here definately don't appeal to me. Furthermore, I was there (with VT member, Atsuko) on a Sunday afternoon. It was PACKED with lots of teenagers!

Places where only Japanese are allowed (Bars, etc)

by jake5148

I was a bit shocked when I was in Tokyo and got rejected from going into several places just because I am not Japanese. I actually still feel offended by it because its just racism. However you have to handle it graciously, don't argue or make scene its not just you it any who is is not from Japan who is getting denied entry.

Japanese Sweet Mini Roll Bread

by machomikemd

first of all i love buying breads of different kinds at convenience stores or shops where i'm staying and the variety of breads in japan is well known that I have to try even just a few samples so what to do is to buy assorted kinds of breads and this Sweet Mini Roll Bread was bought from a 7-11 konbini at 105 yen a pack and is quite filling and the roll has a little miky filling, deelicious. this sweet mini roll bread is available in konbinis or even at department stores or supermarkets and various bread shops in tokyo. You Should Try It!

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Address: 23-1 Ichiban-cho, Chiyoda, Tokyo Prefecture, 102 0082, Japan