This is just one of the featured restaurants.
Please visit each hotel's "Recommended Restaurants" page for more information.
TOKYO UENO NORTH
The deep-fried skewer restaurant is in a renovated Japanese-style house that is registered as a tangible cultural property with the Agency for Cultural Affairs. Encounter the tempting odor of fries as soon as you enter the building. There is a cave-like separate room in the middle of the stairs leading to …
TOKYO UENO NORTH
Try unaju or grilled eel on rice during your stay in Japan. For lunch, we recommend the combination meal in which you can also enjoy tempura. Remove the lid of your unaju dish to find very soft grilled eel seasoned in special sauce. Sit by the window to enjoy the foliage of Ueno Park.
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This is just one of the featured sightseeing spots. Please visit each hotel's "Sightseeing Spots" page for more information.
Iconic Japanese architecture
There are many places to visit, such as Nakamise Street, Kaminarimon, and the main hall of Sensoji temple. Kaminarimon is a popularly photographed location, featuring Fujin (god of wind) and Raijin (god of lightning) on both sides.
Visit the must-see tourist attractions in Tokyo!
This area attracts numerous tourists with its many commercial facilities and shopping malls. The night view of the illuminated Rainbow Bridge and buildings seen from the deck is a breathtakingly beautiful landscape.
A day trip away from the center of Tokyo
Kamakura is the town where the beauty of nature, the magnificence of temples and shrines, and the liveliness of the path to the shrines are in harmony. Many domestic and international tourists visit Kamakura during the hydrangea season.
Look, touch and experience the top attractions!
Japan's largest market handling seafood, vegetables and fruits. The nearby restaurants are as busy as the market, providing tourists with such specialties as sushi and seafood rice bowls.