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  • Hiyori Hotel Maihama

    Hiyori Hotel Maihama

    Urayasu, Tokyo

    Opened in July 2017, Hiyori Hotel Maihama is located a 8-minute drive from Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea. Everything about the hotel. It was a perfect experience

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    Avg. price/night: £74
    9.0 Superb 1,680 reviews
  • Richmond Hotel Premier Asakusa International

    Richmond Hotel Premier Asakusa International

    Taito, Tokyo

    Open from December 2015, Richmond Hotel Premier Asakusa International is situated within a 1-minute walk from Tsukuba Express Asakusa Station. EVERYTHING:POSITION- STAFF VERY FRIENDLY AND HELPFULL BEAUTIFULL ROOM_VIEW ALL COMFORTS SPECIAL THANKS TO THE MANAGER OF THE RECEPTION HE HAS BEEN SO HELPFULL!!!!

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    Avg. price/night: £60
    9.1 Superb 3,857 reviews
  • Super Hotel Lohas Akasaka

    Super Hotel Lohas Akasaka

    Minato, Tokyo

    Opening in March 2015, Super Hotel Lohas Akasaka is conveniently located in the central Tokyo, just a 4-minute walk from Akasaka Subway Station. The staff were very helpful, and all the little promotions, like being able to trade one of the free provided toothbrushes (as long as it was unused) for a little treat, really made one feel welcome. I really liked the attention given to eco-friendliness, and the possibility to choose my own pillow out of a couple of different variants. We would definitely stay here again! Bonus: There's a Seven-11 RIGHT outside the hotel, so you never have to go looking for an international ATM!

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    Avg. price/night: £60
    9.1 Superb 2,607 reviews
  • Khaosan Tokyo Origami

    Khaosan Tokyo Origami

    Taito, Tokyo

    Located in central Asakusa, Khaosan Tokyo Origami is a 5-minute walk from iconic Kaminari-mon Gate and Senso-ji Temple. Good location, the hostel is right behind sensoji temple. It’s very comfortable and the good view on the top floor as you can have a look at sensoji temple from the back. Staffs were very friendly and helpful. Also I stayed there twice from both of my trip to japan

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    Avg. price/night: £19
    9.1 Superb 1,147 reviews
  • The Gate Hotel Asakusa Kaminarimon by Hulic

    The Gate Hotel Asakusa Kaminarimon by Hulic

    Taito, Tokyo

    Opened in 2012 with modern and stylish designs, The Gate Hotel is conveniently located in the historic neighbourhood. It looks like boutique hotel, with the reception, small restaurant, 24h baron the 13th floor plus terrace bar on the roof. Comfortable rooms plus tasty breakfast consisting of freshly squizeed orange juice, choice of eggs programs, etc. Not so big by the way, which is also great. Great location in Asakusa district, very close to the subway.

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    Avg. price/night: £127
    9.0 Superb 1,529 reviews
  • Hotel Bellclassic Tokyo

    Hotel Bellclassic Tokyo

    Toshima, Tokyo

    Right next to Otsuka Train Station on the Yamanote Line, the elegant Hotel Bellclassic features French and Japanese restaurants. Location close to jr station useful with jr pass bought in France

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    Avg. price/night: £44
    9.2 Superb 1,508 reviews

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See It to Believe It!

The capital of Japan, Tokyo is a vast, teeming metropolis nestled between mountains and Tokyo Bay. It’s so huge that you’ll have to come to grips with public transport and maybe even experience being pushed onto a train. Yes, it does actually happen!

Get your bearings by ascending the Tokyo World Trade Centre near the waterfront, and savour the fantastic views taking in the red-and-white Tokyo Tower and Shinkuju’s skyscrapers. North is Ueno, home to the best museums (including the Tokyo National Museum) and a large park bursting with cherry blossom in spring.

Equally tranquil are the Chiyoda Imperial Palace and Gardens, surrounded by water. Also in gardens is the Meiji Jingu Shinto shrine in Shibuya, a youthful district where neon abounds.

For more traditional Japanese culture, head to Asakusa whose Sensō-ji Buddhist temple is Tokyo’s oldest temple. Markets in the grounds sell a variety of wares, though shopping in Tokyo is, of course, fantastic wherever you go.

Whether you stay in a Japanese ryokan, luxury Tokyo hotel or a hostel, don’t fly out of Tokyo Narita Airport or Haneda Airport without having tried sushi. Another Japanese institution is the sento (public bath) and onsen (hot springs bath) – a must try. Also incredibly popular are Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea, Asia’s 2 most visited theme parks.