Hi everyone, I will arrive Haneida airport very late evening almost 1am. Is there any public transit bus to the hotel in city centre?
Any budget hotels recommend to stay for 2 people
Hello, my name is Andreas.
And I reall hope, somebody could help me a little bit with my question.
For about 14 years it was the last time I visited Tokyo.
But then, one day, while I was strolling through this city, I actually found a wonderful building, which was inverted, about 10 meters high und wide with a spiky roof.
As far as I can remember, this house was laying on one side of his roof and was maybe pink.
But in this second point, I am not really sure anymore.
I don´t have any clue, where I found this house in Tokyo, so I really hope. anybody could give me a little hint^.^
Thank you very much in advance.
I'm looking at staying near Asakusabashi Station. Will be traveling from Haneda Airport and back.
I know that I can catch the Keikyu Airport Express from Haneda via Sengakuji to Asakusabashi Subway Station. I also know that there is an elevator at exit A1. However, I can't find the layout map for the Asakusabashi Subway Station. We will be lugging quite large luggage and won't choose this location if we need to lug them up any stairs within the station.
Would anyone have a link to the layout map, please?
Are Tokyo Subway, JR, New Transit Yurikamome stations luggage user-friendly? I have watched a few YouTube videos showing long deep staircases at Kayabacho and Nihombashi stations. Is it advisable to travel with one luggage and one small bag on Tokyo Subway, JR and New Transit Yurikamome trains? Are there no escalators at all trains stations in Tokyo? And how are those unable to walk or on wheelchairs going to travel smoothly on trains in Tokyo?
Does anyone know if there are Vegetarian restaurants in Shimbashi and Nihombashi / Kayabacho? I hear Tokyu Stay Shimbashi has Italian restaurant. How about the rest? Are there cheaper food courts in Tokyo?
Hi, i want to know whether Tokyo has issued any Travel Alert to foreign tourists that are planning to arrive in Narita and Haneda in view of Typhoon Malakas approaching Osaka and Tokyo.
May I know whether a rain jacket is advisable to be worn on Wednesday instead of buying a long stick umbrella in a Tokyo convenience store? Here in Singapore it costs around 150 SIngapore Dollars to buy a Marmot logo rain jacket. I will arrive in Narita on Wednesday 21 September morning before 12 pm.
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