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Maximize your time

While most Americans eat dinner around 6pm or 7pm, hold out with a snack and get by at least til 8pm. Most retail stores city-wide close at 8pm and the only thing left open are bars...more

Mt. Fuji & Hakone Tour

There is a wonderful day tour that has been going on for years. It takes you from wherever you are staying in Tokyo to Mt. Fuji via the Bullet Train. After you arrive at the bus-stop...more

JAL Rail Pass

If you're going to be traveling around Japan, make sure to get a rail pass. You just have to show your passport, and for a set price you can ride the bullet train to multiple...more

Excellent inexpensive boutique hotel

Granbell Shibuya -- Fantastic super-chic boutique hotel just a three minute walk from Shibuya station. Really reasonable (I stayed by myself for approx $122 a night) with excellent...more

user review | Hotel: Park Hotel Tokyo, Shiodome

Contemporary Haven in Central Tokyo

My wife and I have stayed here both times that we have visited Tokyo. The hotel is centrally located and easily accessible by train from the Tokyo Station. The Ginza is a short ten...more

stores at Tokyo airport

I am trying to locate a particular electric razor purchased at the TYO airport in 2000. Now I need another one and want to make sure the airport still sells them. I am looking for a...more

Very Hip and Chic Hotel

I travelled to Tokyo in September, 2007 and we stayed at the Park Hotel Tokyo. It was the most stylish and chic Boutique Style Hotel in the area. It is located right across the street...more

Best Kept Secret for Lodging

A great lodging tip that I was fortunate enough to take advantage of. If you're traveling in Tokyo during the summer season, many of the business residences offer amazing weekly...more

soup for breakfast

Do brave one of the small soup shops for a miso noodle soup breakfast. If you don't speak Japanese, just look at what other people are eating and point to what you want. As you...more

Forget the big hotels!

Even though Tokyo is a huge megalopolis, to get a feel of the more traditional Japan, book your stay in a 'ryokan'. These small family owned hotels resemble a bed and...more

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