The B Roppongi

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

3-9-8 Roppongi, Minato, Tokyo Prefecture, 106-0032, Japan
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 30% more than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Couples71
  • Solo93
  • Business78

More about The B Roppongi

Chill out at Ginza and ...

by Krystynn

Chill out at Ginza and Roppongi at night!! Very happening places to party.

The Hard Rock Cafe is located in Roppongi.... so, HRC fans, take note! Dress well, please. The Japanese are one of the most best-dressed people in the world!!! And they are still holding on to this untarnished record of theirs. So, please don't fail them.... ;-)

Roppongi by night and of...

by LysDor

Roppongi by night and of course the Tokyo Tower copy of the Eiffel Tower in Paris. It is actually taller (333m) than its french sister and was completed in 1958.



A must is to have coffee at the AMANDO (Almond Coffee Shop) located at the intersection between Gaien-Higashi-dori and Roppongi-dori

visit JAPAN!

Our first stop...

by Krystynn

visit JAPAN!

Our first stop in the Land of the Rising Sun: TOKYO. Yes!

Have you seen the Harrison Ford (1980s) movie 'Blade Runner?' Well, Tokyo in my eyes is somewhat like that... only better!

Everything is so high-tech here! But if you're craving for a taste of traditional Japan, just head to some parts of Tokyo and voila! You'd be forgiven for thinking that you've been twirled back in time to the Edo era. :-)) Seriously.

TOKYO has ALOT to offer a regular tourist/ traveler and you don't even have time to think about shopping (which is terribly, terribly EXPENSIVE to begin with). :-((

Let's start with the artsy side of Tokyo first, shall we? This throbbing city has MANY museums that will certainly appeal to aficionados of art, history and culture. Pop by their different neighborhoods - it's like a mini-city within the City!

ASAKUSA district is well-known for its temples and the famous Asakusa Kannon Temple. GINZA is the place for folks with a bourgeois taste in (for?) shopping. MARUNOUCHI district is where you head to if you hope to catch a glimpse of the Imperial family. :-) ROPPONGI district is for those die-hard party-animals reading this page (GREAT nightlife!!). AKIHABARA district has the LARGEST concentration of electronic shops IN THE WORLD. Don't miss it! SHIBUYA and HARAJUKU have great beautiful shrines and equally great shopping (albeit EXPENSIVE) to boast of. Ah, and SHINJUKU have lovely towering skyscapers (whip out those cameras, quick!) and great shopping to entice every tourist/ traveler. Lastly, UENO is the place to go to if you're searching for tranquility (read: lovely parks), spiritual enlightenment (read: temples) or just want to museum hop (read: many great musuems!).

If you want to know what else to do here in TOKYO, please check out my TOKYO travel page as soon as you finish reading this, O.K.? Arigato (meaning 'Thank You' in Japanese).

Photo Below: My buddy, Gina (she's 'O.KATALINA' here on VT) and I shopping at Asakusa.... Things are very expensive here.

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Forum Posts

Mt. Fuji: 5 lakes region, where to stay?

by airik

Hoping for some input from the community on this one....we're part of a group and are responsible for planning the mt. fuji part of the trip. And are kinda lost...

Where: mt fuji (sounds like 5 lakes is the best spot or hakone)
When staying: April 9th
Group Size: 8 (2 parents, 6 people in 20-30 age)
Nights: 1
Which town should we stay in?
Lodging: any suggestions for a group of 8. (any style will work)

Other Input that would be nice:
-Want to go snowboarding, any suggestions outside of Tokyo or Kyoto. (maybe nagano...)

Much thanks!

Current Itinerary:
JAPAN TRIP - April 5 - 18
SUNDAY, APRIL 5: depart from SFO
MONDAY, APRIL 6: arrive Narita Airport at 4:20 PM, B Roppongi Hotel.
TUESDAY, APRIL 7: Tokyo
WEDNEDSAY, APRIL 8: Tokyo
THURSDAY, APRIL 9: Mt. Fuji no arrangements made
FRIDAY, APRIL 10: Kyoto, stay at Ryokan Yoshikawa.
SATURDAY, ARIL 11: Kyoto, check into machiya (traditional house)
TUESDAY, APRIL 14: Mt Koya temple lodging, go through Osaka.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15 - SATURDAY APRIL 18: no arrangements made
SATURDAY APRIL 18: depart Narita

Re: Mt. Fuji: 5 lakes region, where to stay?

by mariaep

I was there last october and from my point of view the best was Kawaguchiko Station Inn, is in Kawaguchiko lake, is really wondefull place, tipical japan. It was cheap, clean the stuff incredible nice, the rooms amazing with free tee, and a bathroom you will not forget with a hot tub full with water from the thermal spring. You can see fuji from the window and in a 5 min walk you will be in the lake.

Outside kyoto I recommend Nara, there is an amazing temple with a 20 meter Budha, and it,s full with reindeers free in the streets

Looking to meet new friends somewhere during my travels.

by jerryduckett

Hi everyone,
Just checking to see if there are any meetings during my upcoming trip to Japan. I have listed my probable itinerary. Hope to join someone , someplace, somewhere.Please advise ASAP.
good luck,
Jerry Duckett
>> ITINERARY
>> Thu 10th May Tokyo - B' Roppongi
>> Fri 11th May Tokyo
>> Sat 12th May Tokyo
>> Sun 13th May Tokyo
>> Mon 14th May Fukuoka - Toyoko Inn
>> Tue 15th May Fukuoka
>> Wed 16th May Kumamoto - Sunroute
>> Thu 17th May Kumamoto
>> Fri 18th May Kagoshima
>> Sat 19th May Kagoshima
>> Sun 20th May Yamaguchi
>> Mon 21st May Yamaguchi
>> Tue 22nd May Matsue
>> Wed 23rd May Matsue
>> Thu 24th May Kobe
>> Fri 25th May Kobe
>> Sat 26th May kobe
>> Sun 27th May Tokyo
>> Mon 28th May Tokyo
>> Tue 29th May Tokyo
>> Wed 30th May Tokyo
>> Thu 31st May Depart from Narita

Re: Looking to meet new friends somewhere during my travels.

by gogonicetrip

I will meet you in Fukuoka where I live.

Masa

Re: Looking to meet new friends somewhere during my travels.

by heywinks

I won't be able to meet up with you, but I have an itinerary suggestion. Instead of spending 3 whole days in Kobe (I LOVE Kobe!), you might want to take a half-day trip to Himeji to see Himeji Castle, one of the most beautiful castles in all Japan. It's a 30 min ride on JR. Sit on the left side of the train and you'll get to see a beautiful view of Akashi Bridge on the way. :)

Re: Looking to meet new friends somewhere during my travels.

by jerryduckett

Thank you for the suggestion. I have been there. I appreciate your answer.
JD

Re: Looking to meet new friends somewhere during my travels.

by jerryduckett

Hi Masa, was going to Fukuoka, but changed plans. Please give me your E-mail and phone #, because I may get there anyway, and tell me best time to contact you.
Thanks for your answer.
My best,
JD

Re: Looking to meet new friends somewhere during my travels.

by gogonicetrip

Jerry

How did you change your plan?
I would like to come to Fukuoka and Kyushu region (Dazaifu, Yanagawa, Kumamoto, Aso, Nagasaki, Oita, Beppu, Yufuin …) where we have a lot of tourist attractions such as historical and modern culture, beautiful nature…

My email address is masakondo@mug.biglobe.ne.jp

Masa

Travel Tips for Tokyo

Japanese phrases

by Meg_nanako

i've learnt a few useful phrases :
'ka' - at the end of the sentence means a question.
'sen'- at the end of the sentence means a 'negative'.
Japanese language has hardly any grammar or plural/singular, so it's not too difficult to pick up a word or two.

'wakarimasen' - (pronounced as wa-ka-ri-ma-sen) means 'i don't understand'.
Once you said this, the japanese will quickly switch to speaking English to you.

'doko-desu-ka' - (pronounced as doh-ko-desk-ka) means 'where is ' ....
but one puts the subject/object always in the front of a sentence/question.
example : where is the toilet ? 'toilet' doko desu ka?

Don't forget where you put your bike.

by LAOWAI

For some reason all bikes in Japan look the same and I hear they are as commonly stolen as umbrellas. I find that hard to believe however and choose to believe that - if anything people merely forget where they put their bikes and hence claim they are stolen.

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 The B Roppongi

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B Roppongi Minato
The B Roppongi Hotel Minato

Address: 3-9-8 Roppongi, Minato, Tokyo Prefecture, 106-0032, Japan