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2-8, Shinjuku 2-chome, Shinjuku-ku, 160-0022
Opened in 2014, APA Hotel Shinjuku Gyoemmae offers great value for money in the heart of Tokyo, within walking distance from Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden. Located in the Shinjuku district, only a... Read more
2-17-7, Kabuki-cho, Shinjuku-ku, 160-0021
Situated in a prime location in the Shinjuku area, APA Hotel Higashi Shinjuku Kabukicho offers cosy budget rooms in Tokyo. Well-finished, all rooms are small and equipped with modern amenities such... Read more
1-2-5 Kabukicho, Shinjuku-ku, 160-0021
Set in the Shinjuku district of Tokyo, the Kuyakusho-mae Capsule Hotel is a 4-minute walk from JR Shinjuku and Seibu Shinjuku train stations. Originally conceived to occasionally host commuter... Read more
1-22-16 Kita-Shinagawa, 140-0001
Set in Shinagawa Ward the Guest House Shinagawa Shuku provides low-cost accommodation and traditional Japanese-style guestrooms at nice price. The Kita-Shinagawa metro station and the JR train... Read more
2-2-1 NISHI-SHINJUKU, SHINJUKU-KU
The hotel provides a comfortable and relaxing for weary of activities 'of the day, and has everything you need to enjoy your stay in comfort'. The hotel is part of the Tokyo Disney Resort Good... Read more
1-9-1, Higashi-Shinbashi, Minato-Ku, 105-7337
This 5-star hotel has a swimming pool, fitness center and 2 restaurants with a Michelin star. At the 29th floor with beautiful city views, you will find Mizuki spa, which offers a variety of... Read more
Discover TokyoTokyo is located in the Kantō region, on the island of Honshū, in the central and east coast of Japan, considering the size of the city it is regarded as one of 47 prefectures of the country. The characters in the name of the city, 東 (to) 京 (kyo), meaning "Capital of the East". It has a population of 13 million inhabitants, representing 10% of the total population of Japan, making it the most densely populated prefecture in the country, Japan's surface covers 13500km2.
The Tokyo prefecture borders with the prefectures of Chiba (where there is the famous amusement park Tokyo Disneyland, more precisely in the city of Urayasu and the huge Makuhari Messe Convention Center, located in the town of Makuhari, Saitama, Kanagawa and Yamanashi (which has the famous capital city of Yokohama. The city is divided into administrative districts, but the neighborhoods that are best known are those of the old city of Edo (the former name of Tokyo), ie, Ueno, Asakusa, Akihabara, Odaiba, Roppongi, Shinjuku, Tsukishima, Chuo, Marunouchi, Ginza , Omotesando, Shinjuku, Harajuku, Aoyama and Ikebukuro.
The city enjoys a temperate climate, winters are very cold (6 C on average) and the snow rarely falls here, hot summers (29.5 C) and high humidity (73% humidity in July), the rainy season or 梅雨 ( tsuyu ) begins in June and ends in July, while 秋雨 ( akisame ) or "autumn rain" starts in September and ends in October, and sometimes it also happens that the city is hit by typhoons.
The best season to visit the city is in spring, when all the cherry trees are in bloom and the parks of Tokyo are bathed in a pink cloud, it is also possible in this period (from mid March to late April) to participate all'Hanami 花見, ie walk in the park to see the cherry blossoms.
The city offers many attractions such as the Tokyo Tower, a copy of the Eiffel Tower in Paris and viewpoint, the Ueno Park, where you can admire the cherry blossoms and Shinto shrines, the indoor covered market in Asakusa, with its thousands of colorful stalls selling all sorts of souvenirs, the Tokyo National Museum, with splendid collections of objects of fine crafts from different historical periods, the Imperial Palace and its beautiful gardens in Zen style, the architectural beauties of the Ginza fashion district, the huge shopping centre Roppongi, Odaiba and the relaxing atmosphere of fresh fish restaurants in Tsukiji, home of the famous fish market in Tokyo.