Narita Kikusui Hotel

168-1 Azumacho, Narita, Chiba Prefecture, 286-0025, Japan
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24 hours in Tokyo!

by Claretokyo

Hi all

My sister and I are visiting Tokyo beginning Friday night from 9pm to Saturday night to about 4pm (gotta be at airport by 6pm). We are not booking accommodation and are flying in and flying out. Yep, 24 hours.

We want to wing it most of the time but need a few tips to fill the hours.

We will head straight to Roppongi to eat, drink and get our bearings. We figure we will hang out in the karaoke bars/restaurants/Gas Panic where the tourists are and head to the fish markets first thing in the morning.

Any other ideas if we get sick of the bars? Is there a 24 hour spa/department store in the area or nearby?

We then want to see Sumo training and find out where it is you can make your own barbie. The rest we will work out along the way.

Thanks everyone!

Re: 24 hours in Tokyo!

by komaba

A suggestion - if you want a more Japanese experience go drinking in Golden Gai (http://www.unmissabletokyo.com/golden-gai.html) instead - it's a really unique old drinking area quite unlike what you'll find anywhere else.

From there it's easy to get to LaQua - a 24 hour spa in central Tokyo near Suidobash station on the Chuo line. Don Quiote is a 24 department store with a branch in Roppongi (http://www.donki.com/c/shop/shop_en.php?lang=en&shopid=31) - it's definitely an experience in itself.

There is a barbecue site on Odaiba - near another 24 spa (Oedo Onsen Monogatari) - see http://www.herofield.com/bbq/shiokaze/index.html

Travel Tips for Tokyo

Nijubashi Bridge, you can see...

by albertus72


Nijubashi Bridge, you can see a section of the Imperial Palace. The Imperial Palace has been the home of Japan's Imperial Family since 1888. It is built on the same location Edo Castle used to stand during the days of the Tokugawa Shogunate.
The original structure was destroyed during 1945 air raids and the palace was rebuilt in 1968.

Snacks that look too Good to be Eaten

by Wild_Orchid

Japanese snacks inevitably look too good to be eaten. They come in beautifully decorated boxes or in lovely colourful wrappers, all of which are tasteful and delicate. The snacks can be sweet (such as Omochi) or savoury (eg. rice crackers or seaweed crackers). They are rather expensive, but do look very beautiful and can be given away as gifts to your friends back home.

Apart from these snacks, I also enjoyed the grilled cuttlefish on sticks-OYSHI-des neh!! One of my fondest memories was visiting the basements of large supermarkets in Tokyo and sampling the food before buying some of them.

UENO
Here you can find a large...

by SirRichard

UENO
Here you can find a large Market, a park and a zoo, as well as the so called 'Motorbike Town'. In this area there are many motorbike and accessory stores. Prices are generally less than in many other countries also. The most famous store is Corin which had about 10 shops in the area including an 8 storey department stores full of motorbikes and gear. To make people want to stay in the shop longer there is a rest area and even a pretty good (and cheap!) curry restaurant in the basement. You can also buy bikes for export. Just about any part you want for any bike is available here. As always it pays to compare prices closely, but you can get some real bargains here.

Shibuya meeting place

by Bunsch

We were missing our pets back home when we got out of the station at Shibuya, and found the statute of Hachiko, the "most loyal dog in Japan" -- an akita whose master was lost in the war, but who waited patiently for his return. The statue is a great place for meeting people in case you get separated! As an aside, Richard Gere was recently in my home state, Rhode Island, filming a movie about Hachiko. I somehow doubt it will resonate! The surrounding district is full of shops, many youth-friendly restaurants, and interesting sights.

Yabusame archery on horseback show

by shiran_d

This tradition continues to live in modern Japan, with the grand annual celebration centering on Meiji Jingu, the shrine dedicated to him. Of everybody's interest would be the demonstration of traditional Japanese archery near the shrine's Treasure Museum and the yabusame archery on horseback show in the vicinity of the Shibaike along the shrine's western approach.

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