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Ochanomizu boasts its academic foundations starting with Yushima Seido, the birthplace of modern day Japanese education. The area has kept its college town feel with several university campuses. If you head towards Jinbocho, you'll find musical instrument and sports equipment shops, and an area of used bookstores for students and anyone interested in literature and the arts. Akihabara is well-known for its computer and electronic goods stores, and is now hugely popular as the must-visit mecca for people interested in anime and games. Kanda is an office district where you can find loads of reasonably priced izakayas popular with professionals who stop to eat and drink before making their way home.
Eat, see, and stay in Ochanomizu / Akihabara / Kanda
Points of Interest & Landmarks, Historic Walking Areas
"First time to go into Todai campus. "
reviewed 7 April 2017 by S T
I never been to Tokyo university even working near there, finally I entered the labyrinth.
We went to see the plum blossoms and were surprised to see there was a festival in progress. I think we were a few days earlier for the blossoms since only half the ume trees had bloomed however the ones that had were lovely. It was super crowded despite the cold which made it difficult to leisurely see the shrine...
Here you will find the Shrine of Confucius, the Shrine of Shinno and the site of Shoheizaka College. It is a beautiful shrine area in the beautiful community of Yushima. There were wonderful sculptures on the day I visited.
Asobono is great. I went with my 3.5 year old and he had the best time. He is all into trains these days so we spent half of our time in the train room building tracks , changing them and redoing them. The ball pool is awesome. They also have labels and staff that speaks English - I have not...
"Quite probably Firehouse does the best gourmet burgers in Tokyo."
reviewed 3 November 2017 by Roberts69
This has to be the best authentic gourmet burger joint in Tokyo. 'Firehouse' has been going for around 20 years and it has a certain casual character about it. It's not a big place but turn around is quick and there are also seats outside. I was alone so sat at the bar / counter which was great as I...
I had a great time to have Kushikatsu, which is one of Japanese traditional food of deep-fried.
I visited here with my friends as my friend's recommended restaurant, and we enjoyed some Kushikatsu with a glass of beer and sake. Kushikatsu was very tasty, hot and fragrant. This restaurant was old and calm atmosphere. I felt as if we have...
My friend and I came across this steakhouse during lunch hours and had an absolute feast. We ordered a lunch entree each and our expectations were blown away. It was definitely portioned well enough to fill up two adults.
Price point is slightly higher than others but the quality and ambience of the location makes up for it.
This hotel is located about 5 minutes from the Suidobashi station of the Mito Line, and a bit further away from the JR Suidobashi Station. Tokyo Dome is just across the street.
The hotel is actually the 4th through 9th floors of a building that has a "Don Quixote" discount store on the first two floors and a "Saizeria Family...
"convenient location to Tokyo university, a very decent non-chain business hotel"
reviewed 9 September 2017 by olga y
For a business trip to Tokyo university, it's a most convenient location in a surprisingly quiet neighborhood off a busy street. The atmosphere is almost solemn (due to the academic clientele?), the Japanese and Continental options for breakfast were good (home made jams were a nice surprise). The place is very clean, but don't expect breathtaking views from the windows....
Last year my staying in this hotel was so good that I decided to come back this year too! Staff is friendly, room are clean with enough space and well equippeed.
Complimentary breakfast is a nice touch.
Sento on 6th floor makes the difference with other hotels in Tokyo.
It is a nice and quiet hotel...But the room was very, very small..But as we used the room only to leave our luggage and seek the city that did not trouble us a lot. Hotel has a very polite staff, breakfast was good.
The hotel is in a nice neighborhood, not far from Tokyo Dome. Part of the walk is uphill and there are stairs leading up to the hotel entrance so please keep that info in mind if you are planning on walking with big suitcases. The hotel had a simple modern lobby. You can get free coffee from the lobby. Staff...