Recommended sightseeing spots
Omori Tokyu REI Hotel is a great hub for those intrepid travelers who want to see as many of Tokyo and Kanagawa’s top sights as possible. The favorable position of the hotel in relation to the train station allows guests to visit top tourist destinations such as Yokohama Minato Mirai, Tokyo Station, and Odaiba (Tokyo Teleport Station) in no time at all. Located on the JR Keihin-Tohoku Line, Omori Station is well connected to other major stations and train lines, meaning many other attractions also remain within a 30 to 40 minute journey from the hotel. Furthermore, the hotel is situated close to Haneda Airport and provides a shuttle bus from the hotel to the airport.
Japan is a nation famous for its food. Yet, while most visitors know to expect dishes like sushi and ramen, few have the opportunity to experience the unique local flavors that are at the heart of Japanese gourmet. If you’re interested in experiencing the distinctive regional flavors of Japan, you should pay a visit to the town of Kawazu in Shizuoka Prefecture.
Located on the Pacific Coast of Japan’s Izu Peninsula sits a small town called Shimoda. You would be forgiven for overlooking the place – nestled alongside the quiet hills of Shizuoka Prefecture, it looks like the kind of secluded town where nothing much really happens. You might be forgiven for thinking so, but I would encourage you not to make that mistake! Shimoda has a plethora of interesting activities to enjoy, all of which will make your trip to Japan uniquely memorable.
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What's the TOKYU HOTEL?
In metropolitan areas
Greater access to Japan's major cities, their exciting
culture day or night, is what the Tokyu Hotels network
is all about, in metropolitan areas like Tokyo, Nagoya,
Osaka, Kyoto, Fukuoka and Sapporo. What's more,
additional convenience comes with proximity to three
major international airports.