The B Akasaka

7-6-13 Akasaka, Minato, Tokyo Prefecture, 107-0052, Japan
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Forum Posts

JR Shinjuku Station New South Exit

by auztrav

Hi,

Any cheap hotels tight near here? JR Shinjuku Station
New South Exit.. I see a bus goes direct to disney from there....

Re: JR Shinjuku Station New South Exit

by mim95

from what i remembered, Shinjuku is an area with more expensive hotels. It's really easy to take the subway around, as this will give you more hotel choices. What is your budget and what amenities do you require?

Re: JR Shinjuku Station New South Exit

by SfumatoPants

http://www.sunroute.jp/map_en/tokyo_kanagawa.html

http://shinjukuparkhotel.co.jp/english/index.html

Re: JR Shinjuku Station New South Exit

by auztrav

I am pretty easy going, just need asafe place to sleep and cant walk or do stairs...I plan on attedning disney 4 days out of 6,,,

Travel Tips for Tokyo

Basic Japanese phrases

by wkm

Most Japanese are not good at English even at tourists spots. You have to know how to speak '1-10' 'where is this place?', and 'how much is this?'. Throughout my trip, i communicate most of these phrases. Best memory of Tokyo are that Tokyo people are extremely disciplined, helpful and friendly.
You have no fear riding Subway even during peak hours. They dont push one another.

Luggage and lockers

by cheesecake17


At Narita International Airport, delivery service counters will send luggage to your hotel the next day or from your hotel to the airport for about ¥2,000 for bags up to 20 kilograms .

Coin-operated lockers are located at all major JR stations, such as Tokyo, Shinjuku, and Ueno, as well as at most subway stations.

Lockers cost ¥300 to ¥700 depending on the size.

IMPERIAL PALACE...

by SirRichard

IMPERIAL PALACE PLAZA
Wonderful gardens all around, but you can't visit this palace, as is the actual home of the imperial family. Only on 23rd of December the palace is open to the public, to celebrate the Emperor's birthday.

Think twice (provided you 've the capacity)

by manuelEB

Tokyo, as every big city in Japan, enjoyes a very well developed public transportation system. Why then have we this colorful carnaval of taxies around stations? Good question!!! My guess is that the Japanes society see in punctuality an important matter. Sometimes you get into the taxi to get on time. One just rides for few blocks. When time and weather permited it, people prefers to walk. But do not get upset for the price!!!! 650 yen for just few blocks could be a high price but that day your punctuality (your sense of responsability) wins at least 3000 ratings, from at least three different IP adress. Click. Click.

The sense of discipline is also important. see how those taxies just queue waiting for customers. This world is not for the agressive drivers but for the patientes. Patience will turn into agrresivity once they get their customer. Like in every country and big city, taxi drivers are SOBber when they drive.

Lemon Satchets

by machomikemd

these mini lemon satchets are found in any food courts, restaurants, hotel restaurants, fast food stores where you can get as many as you want since it is free. it is usually located to the drawers that have sugar or gum syrup and is added to iced tea or hot tea or even local drinks and if you are cunning enough, i would suggest that you get as many as you want then buy large mineral water to bring to you hotel and make your own free lemonade (also get many sugar satchets and gun syrups) as often as you want hehehehe. who said that not everything are free?

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 The B Akasaka

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Address: 7-6-13 Akasaka, Minato, Tokyo Prefecture, 107-0052, Japan