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Hotels in Tokyo

Hotels in Tokyo

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Key Info

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Languages

The most commonly spoken language is Japanese

Currency & Cost

The currency used in Tokyo is the Japanese Yen.

£10 = 1 cocktail in a bar or 3 cappuccinos.

Local Time

9 hours ahead of UK Time

Frequently Asked Questions

To see hundreds of beautiful cherry trees in full blossom, visit Tokyo in March or April, or consider visiting during the autumn to observe the glorious display of foliage. The driest months are in the winter, when daytime temperatures are usually fairly mild, while the wettest period is the summer, when it can be humid and cloudy.
There are some great family hotels in Shinjuku. The Gyoen National Garden here is one of Tokyo’s largest parks, with plenty of green spaces in which to have a picnic. Worth a visit is the Tokyo Fire Museum, while the Tokyo Toy Museum features a big play area for kids. For nightlife, the Golden Gai area has more than 200 tightly squeezed in bars, and it’s just as vibrant place to have a wander around during the day.For easy access to Tokyo Dome, stay in a hotel in Bunkyo. The stadium itself is home to the Yomiuri Giants baseball team, while Tokyo Dome City has lots of attractions including an amusement park, a spa, designer shops and restaurants. For relaxation, you can head to Koishikawa Korakuen, a lovely landscape garden where you can see the cherry blossom in full bloom. Couples might want to find a hotel in Minato, home of the second-tallest structure in Japan, the Tokyo Tower. Similar in shape to the Eiffel Tower on which it was based, it offers fantastic views of the city. For some of the best classical and ancient East Asian Art, visit the Nezu Museum. Its accompanying Japanese gardens are a delightful place for a stroll.If it’s shopping and nightlife you’re after, look for hotels in Ginza. The 1930s Wako Honkan department store is the place to go for stylish jewellery, while Ginza Place has all the latest technological devices. The area is full of flashy cocktail bars, and eateries serving some of the best sushi in the city.

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