Sky Court Koiwa

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

6-11-4 , Kitakoiwa, Edogawa, Tokyo Prefecture, 133-0051, Japan
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Roppongi Hotel and Nightlife Advice Wanted!!!

by SugarMan99

Hello all!

I'll be staying in Roppongi from Oct 23-26, I am trying to find a nice hotel, preferably a Hyatt which is near the places Americans, tourists, and expats tend to flock toward. Near the Gaspanic bar? Other bars or clubs that you could recommend near a good hotel? We would like to be able to walk everywhere or take a VERY short cab ride.

I get an upgrade at the Hyatt since I am a member there, would be nice if there was one close to the center of the nightlife.Trying to cross-search hotels with the bars has been hard for me using google.

Any advice would be greatly appreciated. My brother and I are meeting up for these 3 days in Tokyo, me being military and he an international businessman we are rarely are on the same continent at the same time let alone the same time zone!

Needless to say, we are trying to make the most out of this great coincidence that we are going to be in the same place at the same time for once in many years.

Thanks in advance for all your help!

~Jarod

Re: Roppongi Hotel and Nightlife Advice Wanted!!!

by Bunsch

There is a Grand Hyatt in Roppongi Hills, which is right on the metro line if you want to visit Shinjuku or Omotesando/Harajuku for late night entertainment.

Re: Roppongi Hotel and Nightlife Advice Wanted!!!

by Odinnthor

Hoorahh!! Long time so see pal....d:o)

Why not try some of the expat websites for suggestions on good expat watering holes and clubs. There are many such sites, and you can join the forums and ask just like here on VT. Here are a couple of samples, but there are more. Just Google Tokyo and expats and they all come up. Good luck compadre.

http://www.easyexpat.com/en/tokyo.htm

http://www.expat-blog.com/en/directory/asia/japan/tokyo/

http://www.escapeartist.com/japan/japan3.htm

Re: Roppongi Hotel and Nightlife Advice Wanted!!!

by SugarMan99

Cool,I'm sure we will most likely end up patrolling the streets and just stopping in places at random, will give those sights a good look though, thanks!

~Jarod

Re: Roppongi Hotel and Nightlife Advice Wanted!!!

by SugarMan99

Got reservations at Grand Hyatt and the Somerset, not sure which Im going to stay at yet, somerset looks promising and is cheaper.

Travel Tips for Tokyo

Where to withdrawl money using ATM cards

by dln6874

Despite what your banks says, if you don't have a Japanese ATM card, you may have a hard time withdrawling money in Japan. Nearly all Japanese banks' ATMs do not accept standard foreign ATM cards with logos such as Maestro, Cirrus, and PLUS. There are two places that I am aware of that will accept them: Citibank ATMs, and some of the post office ATM (look for signs in English saying they accept foreign cards). The Citibank ATMs are usually only found in major districts around Tokyo. The post office is scattered throughout Japan and has reasonable opening hours (9am to 8pm or so). Be sure to take out plenty when you have the opportunity. Most likely, you will spend more than you planned to, and the ATMs may not be available on weekends or holidays.

Vending Machines

by leanne_pearc

A vending machine is around every corner of Tokyo selling just about everything you need!

It was very convenient when you are sight seeing to grab a drink from the vending machine. Saved going into a shop! The coffee from the vending machines was actually nice!

KAMINARI-MON, Senso-ji

by stonefree

KAMINARIMON (The Thunder Gate) is the main entrance of Senso-ji / Asakusa Kannon. With passing through this gate, you will walk along the approach with suvenir shops along it to the main temple. The kanji on the red lamp is written KAMINARIMON (Thunder Gate) in Japanese.
Above the red lamp, on the board is written KONRYUSAN (Golden Dragon Mountain).
A mountain when in a temple means the head quater.

There is a silly story. As you can see on the pic, the lamp is a little bit folded on the bottom of it. The lamp on the pic is renewed some last year. The investor was the local merchants society. They planned and ordered the new lamp bigger than it used to be as making a wish for the more prosperity of the town. But... when they changed the lamp to the new one... hanged it... they found that the lamp was too big so people can reach and hit on their head with the bottom of it when they pass under the gate. Too poor...

Lilies Exhibition, Imperial Palace

by vigi

The Imperial Palace perhaps best retains the indigenous vegetation of Tokyo. It is like a botanical garden, many wildflowers and plants in Tokyo can be found here. There are evergreen and deciduous forests, flower gardens, orchard and ponds. There's a Lilies Exhibition going on when I visied the Imperial Palace.

Purifying Body at a Shrine

by mjw703

Before visiting a shrine in Japan, you should purify your body. Here, at the Meiji Shinto Shrine, you should take a ladel of water, swish it around in your mouth, and spit it out, preferably not into the same water that everyone else is using.

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Address: 6-11-4 , Kitakoiwa, Edogawa, Tokyo Prefecture, 133-0051, Japan