Named after Tokyo's famous fish market, you can be sure that the cuts are high quality at this sushiya. The same adjective cannot be used for the ... More
Named after Tokyo's famous fish market, you can be sure that the cuts are high quality at this sushiya. The same adjective cannot be used for the prices, but hey! That is a good thing. Their omakase (leave it to us) course is a mere JPY3,000 and includes 14 types of sushi, not to mention the more wallet piercing variety, such as uni (sea urchin). You can try their luscious crab legs served with a slice of lemon for only JPY2,500. The menu changes slightly from day to day depending on the catch.
Formerly known as the Hotel Atamiso, the Hotel Alcyone is listed among the "historic and memorable" hotels of Tokyo by
the Japan National Tourist Organization. The decor is strictly 1970s and a bit gaudy. Rooms, however, are clean and ...
The chic, contemporary design of the Cerulean Tower Tokyu Hotel, from its impressive two storey atrium lobby to its formal
Japanese garden, reflects a seamless blend of East meets West. Clean modern lines and cutting edge technology combine effortlessly ...
The Celestine Hotel is centrally located in the Shiba/Mita area of Tokyo, a well known center for entertainment, business, culture,
and education. This area is also retains vestiges of its history from the last days of the Tokugawa Shogunate. ...