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  Learn more about Tokyo in the online encyclopedia.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Tokyo is the business center of the country as well as the home of the Japanese emperor and the seat of the national government.
Tokyo is often considered part of the Greater Tokyo Area, which consists of Tokyo prefecture itself and the surrounding prefectures of Kanagawa, Saitama and Chiba.
Tokyo literally means "eastern capital" in Japanese, to mean to oppose to an old capital in west, Kyoto, which was renamed "Saikyo", meaning "western capital", for a period of time.
www.onlineencyclopedia.org /t/to/tokyo.html   (1171 words)

Akasaka (赤坂) is one of Tokyo's central business districts, full of corporate headquarters and exclusive hotels.
The area is directly adjacent to Nagatacho, one of Tokyo's prime concentrations of bureaucracy, and only a stone's throw from the Imperial Palace in Chiyoda.
Reached by a steep flight of stairs under a veritable tunnel of orange torii, the shrine grounds are an oasis of tranquillity in the middle of Tokyo and, in good weather, a popular place for a lunchtime picnic.
www.japaneselifestyle.com.au /tokyo/akasaka.htm   (344 words)

 Tokyo/Akasaka - Wikitravel   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Akasaka (赤坂) is one of Tokyo's central business districts, full of corporate headquarters and expensive hotels.
Akasaka's hotels are all in the business/luxury category and charge a bit of a premium for their location.
The ANA Hotel Tokyo (http://www.anahoteltokyo.jp/e/), located between the Tameike-Sanno subway station and the Roppongi Ichome station, is an international hotel and all staff can speak English.
wikitravel.org /en/Tokyo/Akasaka   (460 words)

 The New York Times: Hotels
The Akasaka Prince has no fewer than 12 restaurants and bars, among them the Blue Gardenia on the 40th floor, which serves Continental food; the Top of the Akasaka, a bar that affords spectacular views of Tokyo's skyline; and a French restaurant, Le Trianon.
In business since 1924, the Tokyo Maru-no-uchi was last refurbished in 1987; the hotel has seen a lot of traffic since then, and the guest rooms tend to be a little drab, but they are-for Tokyo-reasonably large, and the older furnishings have a bit of character.
The Tokyo Maru-no-uchi is popular with Westerners, and the staff has come to anticipate their needs.
movies.nytimes.com /top/features/travel/destinations/asia/japan/tokyo/hotels_name.html   (4225 words)

 Tokyo city guide, Japan - Time Out Travel
Tokyo is not one of the world’s great sightseeing cities.
Yet despite this, Tokyo still has the power to make you go ‘Wow!’ The sense that nothing here is permanent has produced a city that renews...
The third edition of the Time Out Tokyo Guide has been compiled and researched by a team with over 200 years' combined experience of life in the Japanese capital.
www.timeout.com /travel/tokyo   (197 words)

 JNTO Website > Regional Tourist Guides   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Tokyo consists of the southwestern part of the Kanto Region, the Izu Islands, and the Ogasawara islands.
Although most of the city was devastated by the Great Earthquake of 1923 and again by the bombing in the WWII, it achieved rapid restoration both times.
Tokyo is not only the center of politics and economy of Japan, but also developed as the center of world economy and culture, and it offers a number of must-see places.
www.jnto.go.jp /eng/RTG/RI/kanto/tokyo/tokyo/tokyo.html   (190 words)

 Old Tokyo - Cherry Blossoms
In the Kanto Plain, where Tokyo is located, the best blossom-viewing times are usually from early to mid-April.
1905, connected the Imperial Palace grounds with the Akasaka district west of the palace.
Today, the hotels New Otani and Akasaka Prince are located in the general area seen here.
www.oldtokyo.com /blossoms.html   (129 words)

A Tokyo map is always a handy guide to the districts of Tokyo.
The best way to get around Tokyo is via train and it all starts in the Tokyo Subway or underground.
The centre of Tokyo includes the Imperial Palace, Yasukuni Shrine and Kitanomaru Park.
www.japaneselifestyle.com.au /tokyo   (460 words)

 Tokyo, Japan Serviced Apartments - Temporary Furnished Apartments in Tokyo, Japan by Oakwood   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Tokyo’s elegant serviced apartments in the heart of the Akasaka financial and diplomatic district.
Oakwood Residence Aoyama is an elegant accommodation choice in the Aoyama/Omotesando district, the fashionable heart...
Whether you are looking for corporate short term housing or a short term lease, Oakwood can meet your needs in locations from New York City, Washington D.C. Miami, Los Angeles, San Francisco and cities in-between like Chicago, Dallas, Denver, and Minneapolis.
www.oakwoodtokyo.com   (489 words)

 Akasaka Prince Hotel - Oriental hotels reservation for Akasaka Prince Hotel, Tokyo.
Akasaka Prince Hotel is a 40 story hotel.
Akasaka Prince Hotel has a beautiful view of greenery.
Featuring over 30 meeting and banquet facilities, a large banquet hall (accommodates up to 2,000 persons and can be partitioned to make five functional rooms), Akasaka Prince Hotel provides excellent meeting facilities for large conventions and company meetings, as well as for exhibitions, seminars and dinner shows.
www.oriental-hotels.com /hotels/Japan/Tokyo/Akasaka-Prince-Hotel.htm   (237 words)

 Akasaka Excel Hotel Tokyu Tokyo Japan - Discount Hotel Rates   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Situated in central Tokyo, the high-rise Akasaka Excel Hotel Tokyu in Tokyo, Japan, is less than one- quarter mile from the Prudential Tower and a subway station, and one-half mile from the Imperial Palace, Roppongi Hills and Ginza.
Guests can visit the Tokyo Disney Resort via the hotel's complimentary shuttle service, and Odaiba Waterfront is a 35-minute train ride from the hotel.
The Akasaka Square Dining area features several dining options: A tea shop is located on the terrace corner and serves beverages.
www.viadestinations.com /japan/tokyo/akasaka-excel-hotel-tokyu.htm   (421 words)

 The New York Times: Entertainment
On the 40th floor of the Akasaka Prince Hotel, you can enjoy some of the finest views of Tokyo.
Sixteenth-century English-style pubs have been the big trend in Tokyo in the past few years, and this is the king of them all, particularly for the gai-jin crowd.
In a former Aum Shinri Kyo headquarters in Ebisu (the cult held responsible for the gas bomb in the Tokyo subway), it is nearly always packed.
www.nytimes.com /top/features/travel/destinations/asia/japan/tokyo/entertainment_bars.html   (674 words)

 Tokyo hotels: Akasaka Excel Hotel Tokyu, Tokyo, Japan. Hotel description, reviews, deals from www.asiahotels.com
Located in one of Tokyo's most cosmopolitan districts, only 1-minute walk from Akasaka-mitsuke Subway Station and 2-minutes walk from Nagato-cho Subway Station.
Served by five subway line, Akasaka Tokyu Hotel is just minutes from every major destination.
Running parallel to the main street, Sotobori Dori, is Tamachi Dori with its bars and clubs, Misuji Dori with its first-class restaurants and Hitotsugi Dori where the TBS TV building allows passers-by an occasional glimpse of Japan's celebrities and entertainers.
www.asiahotels.com /hotelinfo/Akasaka_Tokyu_Hotel   (613 words)

 Akasaka Prince Hotel in Tokyo
General - The hotel is in a prime area of Tokyo that is able to offer great views of Tokyo.
Akasaka Mitsukei subway station is only a three minute walk away.
The style is still somewhat old even though the hotel has recently renovated all of their rooms.
www.bose-audio.com /value/prodpages/hotels/Japan/Tokyo/Akasaka-Prince.html   (289 words)

 Akasaka Excel Tokyu Hotel in Tokyo
Lobby - The main lobby is medium in size, and is decorated simply, with marble around the reception area.
Location - The hotel is situated in the Akasaka business area.
Akasaka Mitsukei subway station joins five subway lines which provides access to any part of the city.
www.bose-audio.com /value/prodpages/hotels/Japan/Tokyo/Akasaka-Excel-Tokyu.html   (228 words)

 Akasaka Prince Hotel - Tokyo - Reviews and Information about Akasaka Prince Hotel
Located in the heart of Tokyo, Akasaka Prince is an elegant hotel with an ultra-modern design and incorporates authentic Japanese decor.
If you have stayed at the Akasaka Prince Hotel and would like to share your experiences, we welcome you to write a review.
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tokyo.hotelguide.net /data/h100050.htm   (200 words)

 Tokyo Vacation Rentals Condominium 0BR, Cityview, Minato-Ku, Akasaka 7 Chome / Tokyo, Japan
Tokyo is meant to be explored, as some of its best attractions lie hidden from outward view.
The Tokyo National Museum, the National Museum of Western Art, the Ueno Zoo, and the Shinobazu bird sanctuary are all housed within the grounds.
The only shrine in Tokyo to be called a National Treasure, Toshogu Shrine was erected in 1651 and is dedicated to Tokugawa Ieyasu, founder of the Tokugawa shogunate.
www.a1vacations.com /waikiki-banyan-bts/1   (1221 words)

 Tokyo, Japan - Runners World   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Bob is the reigning warlord of a group of mainly Yank and Euro expat runners called the Namban Rengo ("The Barbarian Horde").
One is the Runners Tokyo 10-K in Showa Kinen Park on wide bike paths with one large hill and many rollers.
Other great options: the Hotel New Otani Tokyo, which boasts a sprawling 400-year-old garden rife with bridges, blossoms, and birdsongs along with two health clubs; the 200-room Akasaka Tokyu Hotel, a.k.a.
www.runnersworld.com /article/printer_friendly/0,5046,s6-188-0-0-6897,00.html   (764 words)

 Akasaka Prince Hotel in Tokyo pictures
As a modern city Tokyo, capital of Japan, could be described as too good to be true.
In one of the most exciting areas in Tokyo, designed by award-winning architect Kenzo Tange, the 40 storey hotel features 761 spacious guest rooms along with 13 restaurants and bars.
In the city center, near government offices, walking distance to Akasaka entertainment district, Tokyo Tower and Imperial Palace.
catalogue.horse21.net /japan+hotels/tokyo+hotels/akasaka+prince+hotel   (186 words)

 Akasaka Excel Hotel Tokyo - hotels in Tokyo, Japan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Akasaka Excel Hotel Tokyo - hotels in Tokyo, Japan
The Tokyu Excel Hotel is situated in the heart of Tokyo city.
It is the most suitable hotel for city tour as it is connected to various mass transportations, subway systems and to the famous tourist spots.
www.hotels-travel-world.com /japan/tokyo/hotels/5824/en.html   (134 words)

 IgoUgo: Tokyo Bed And Breakfast, Tokyo Hotels, Tokyo Campgrounds   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
The exterior of the 40 floor Akasaka Prince hotel is one of the most dramatic in Japan.
A sign board in the lobby with weather information announces daily whether Mt Fuji is viewable from the 40th floor - you don’t really have to go that high up but the hope is that you should linger in either the bar or restaurant there.
The Trianon used to be considered the best Western restaurant in Tokyo but had stiff competition the past couple of years (prices haven’t come down though).
www.igougo.com /planning/journalEntryAccommodation.asp?type=1&entryID=5766   (643 words)

 ANA Akasaka albergo Tokyo- Prezzi con gli sconti - ANA Akasaka Tokyo (ANA Akasaka Hotel Tokyo)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
ANA Akasaka Tokyo ha tutte le attrezzature, facilita' e livelli del conforto che potreste desiderare da un albergo di questa classe, e mantiene gli standard meticolosi richiesti da operatori di viaggi di tutto il mondo.
Dettagli completi di cio' che e' disponibile al ANA Akasaka Tokyo e i nostri prezzi scontati sono elencati di seguito.
Per la vostra prenotazione al ANA Akasaka Tokyo, simplicemente mettete un numero di giorni del vostro soggiorno sotto e compilate il nostro modulo di prenotazione via internet.
www.planetholiday-it.com /hotel/4724.htm   (225 words)

 Akasaka Excel Tokyu Hotel Tokyo-Special Internet Rates-Akasaka Excel Tokyu Hotel Tokyo   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
The Akasaka Excel Tokyu Hotel Tokyo is just minutes away from Government and business offices, embassies and historical attractions.
The Akasaka Excel Tokyu Hotel is set in one of Tokyos most cosmopolitan quarters.
The Akasaka Excel Tokyu Hotel Tokyo offers a modern oasis of comfort within the busy city surroundings.
www.precisionreservations.com /Afph/Afredirect.asp?urlToGo=http://www.precisionreservations.com/ph-aspx-hotel_id.4791-db-hoteldatabase/HotelDisplay.htm&cid=17410   (357 words)

 Oakwood Residence Akasaka Tokyo Hotel. Tokyo hotel Reservations - Reserve Online.
The large one, two and three bedroom apartments at Oakwood Residence Akasaka range from 67 to 99 square meters (721 -1,065 sq.
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hotels.imajejen.com /asia/jp/tokyo/oakwood-residence-akasaka.htm   (315 words)

 Marroad Inn Akasaka Hotel Tokyo - Lowest Rates on the Marroad Inn Akasaka Tokyo
We give you special rates on Tokyo Hotels and Resorts that were once available exclusively to the travel agents and corporations.
The Marroad Inn Hotel Akasaka Tokyo is located in the Akasaka business zone in the heart of Tokyo.
Akasaka Tokyo has all of the amenities, facilities and levels of comfort you would expect from a hotel of this class and maintains the meticulous standards required by travel and tour operators worldwide.
www.asiarooms.com /rates/akasaka_marroad_inn_18690.html   (453 words)

 Tokyo-Akasaka/Roppongi Travel Information, Maps, Tourist guide and Japan Hotels.
Akasaka is located in a southern part of Tokyo.
It is where the guesthouses and foreign embassies gather.
Roppongi lies next to Akasaka and is where you see more foreigners than Japanese.
www.worldsleep.com /japan/akasaka-roppangi%20.html   (180 words)

 Akasaka /Tokyo Hotels: Budget Akasaka /Tokyo hotel accommodation
Akasaka /Tokyo Hotels: Budget Akasaka /Tokyo hotel accommodation
All lodgings, bed and breakfast or guest house accommodation near Akasaka /Tokyo, and the surrounding area can be viewed without obligation.
You can then book your chosen hotel in Akasaka /Tokyo with confidence over a secure internet connection.
www.asia-stay.com /Japan/Akasaka_/Tokyo-accommodation.htm   (85 words)

 Nightlife and Entertainment Guide to Tokyo, Japan - from asiabynight.com
By night the Akasaka district become a heaven for japanese businessmen.
The Akasaka area has a number of cabarets and nightclubs, not to mention a wide range of wine bars, coffee shops, late-night restaurants, pubs, and local snacks counter bars.
Akasaka has the highest concentration of first-rate hotels in Tokyo.
www.asiabynight.com /city.asp?loc=JPNAR330   (403 words)

 Akasaka /Tokyo Bay Hotels: Budget Akasaka /Tokyo Bay hotel accommodation
Akasaka /Tokyo Bay Hotels: Budget Akasaka /Tokyo Bay hotel accommodation
All lodgings, bed and breakfast or guest house accommodation near Akasaka /Tokyo Bay, and the surrounding area can be viewed without obligation.
You can then book your chosen hotel in Akasaka /Tokyo Bay with confidence over a secure internet connection.
www.asia-stay.com /Japan/Akasaka_/Tokyo_Bay-accommodation.htm   (91 words)

 Akasaka Prince Hotel | Hotel Review | Tokyo | Frommers.com
This 40-story white skyscraper -- an Akasaka landmark with a facade that reminds me of an unfolding fan -- caused quite a stir when it opened in 1983, with some Tokyoites complaining that it was too cold and sterile.
Never out of fashion is the hotel's signature restaurant, Le Trianon, housed in a stately 80-year-old mansion that once belonged to the imperial family.
The single rooms are among the nicest in Tokyo, with three windows forming a pleasant alcove around a sofa.
www.frommers.com /destinations/tokyo/H30917.html   (311 words)

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