Ueno First City Hotel

1-14-8 Ueno, Taito, Tokyo Prefecture, 110-0005, Japan
Ueno First City Hotel
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91%

Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
15%
2
Very Good
53%
7
Average
23%
3
Poor
7%
1
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0%
0

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  • Families40
  • Couples63
  • Solo36
  • Business100

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Can't Book a Room Because Form doesn't like my phone number!!!!

by Neandergal

HELP!

I am trying to book a room at the Ueno First City Hotel, Tokyo, but on the form they want me to put my phone number so they can contact me, "in a form" that will be easy for them to call! so far this form has rejected about 10 ways I've tried to type this. Here is where I am now:

010+1-347-756-****

This is my phone number, and I've looked up the code for international dialing from Japan (010) and the country code for the US (1) ???

What am I doing wrong?? Thank you!

Re: Can't Book a Room Because Form doesn't like my phone number!!!!

by GrumpyDiver

Forget the internal 010 dialing instructions. Try everything as a single string - no spaces, no symbols:

1347756****

Re: Can't Book a Room Because Form doesn't like my phone number!!!!

by Neandergal

Grumpy,

You may be grumpy but you are a GENIUS.

Thank you (the "example" they gave on the form had plus signs and hyphens so that threw me). Thank you again.

Re: Can't Book a Room Because Form doesn't like my phone number!!!!

by GrumpyDiver

I assume that means it worked?

Re: Can't Book a Room Because Form doesn't like my phone number!!!!

by Neandergal

It totally worked and I now have a reservation at the hotel I wanted -- because of you.

Thank you so much!!!

Travel Tips for Tokyo

Get use to the speed mode. Or...

by shiran_d

Get use to the speed mode.
Or just relax like you would in any nice city.
Lots to see.
Take your Japanese translator (BOOK) with you. On your first trip to Tokyo you will undoubtedly be surprised at just how modern (and sprawling) the city really is. It shouldn't come as a surprise considering that large portions of the city have been demolished and rebuilt during the 20th Century.

Try not to be shocked by the realization that the Tokyo you came to see was probably leveled in an earthquake or blown up during the war

Please go to Karaoke!I love...

by asami

Please go to Karaoke!I love karaoke!
there are English and Chinese songs,too.But of course not so many.
I often sing Maria Carry and Madonna and Cardigans and.....

Any way, Karaoke is a very popular,especially for Students(high school or uni)Becouse that is reasonable amusement for us.

I go Karaoke at least 3 times a month.
So i mean I love to sing!

Please experience real Japanese Karaoke.

Meiji Jingu.

by Sharrie

Take a stroll & experience Shintoism in the most important Shinto shrine in Tokyo, MEIJI JINGU (IMPERIAL SHRINE) (1920). This is where the Emperor Meiji (reigned 1868-1912) & Empress Soken are enshrined.

SHINTO is Japan's oldest religion.
State religion from 1870s-1940s.
Core concept: Deities (kami) preside over all things (including dead & inanimate) in nature & are worshiped at shrines (jinja) erected all over Japan, be it on the hills or along waysides.
Rituals & habits originating from Shinto: purification & austere aesthetic.
Torii: Icon of Shinto. Gateway to the sacred precincts of the shrine.

Getting There: Harajuku Station (Yamanote Line).
Open Daily: Mar-May, Jul-Oct: 9 am - 4.30 pm; Jun: 8 am - 5 pm; Nov-Feb: 9 am - 4 pm.
Walking under the canopy of cedars which leads into the shrine grounds is a very pleasant experience. The tranquility experienced here makes one forget that this is right in the center of one of the most dynamic cities in the world!

The are many wooden torii & the most impressive is one that the Japanese calls Otorii which was built in 1975 from huge logs that came from a 1500-year-old Japanese cypress on Mt. Tandai in Taiwan!

umbrellas everywhere when it's raining

by Kai_desu

Japanese are part of buddhism, shintoism. Most beliefs are connected to buddhism and being good and gracious. The saying, what goes around comes around lives spectacularly in harmony with shintoism. So if you see an umbrella on a rainy day and you need one, use it and then leave it somewhere for the next needy person to use it.

Restroom gadget

by tuff

This device is found inside the hotel lobby’s female toilet compartment ( my daughter took this picture). I am told the purpose of this device is to produce a “water gushing” sound that will override whatever other noise you are making inside your compartment to cover up your embarrassment.

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 Ueno First City Hotel

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Address: 1-14-8 Ueno, Taito, Tokyo Prefecture, 110-0005, Japan