This luxurious hotel is situated in Shiodome, a prosper area in Minato, Tokyo, located close to Shinbashi and Ginza, and near the popular Tokyo Bay. This magnificent hotel occupies the last 10 floors of the Shiodome Media Tower, a modern, designer building in one of Tokyo's most futuristic areas in the very heart of the city. All the accommodation units have been elegantly decorated and include premium amenities. Some of the rooms have been transformed into ‘Artist Rooms’, including beautiful hand-painting drawings which are sure to impress even the most discerning guests. Guests will also appreciate the extensive range of different dining options including the first bar in Japan that gained official recognition by The Scotch Malt Whisky Society. Corporate travellers can take advantage of the business centre, whilst the spa area combines traditional Thai techniques with Swedish and Ayurveda treatments.
Learn about the history of the food and locations you visit
An unforgettable tour for food lovers!
Follow your tastebuds through Tokyo on this mouth watering tour.
Begin your tour in Yakitori Alley, near Yurakucho, an area with many casual bar-style restaurants and the birthplace of yakitori, one of the nation’s favourite appetizers. Join the many businessmen and women who flock to these bars at 5pm, and enjoy a drink of sake or a local beer, then sample yakitori at one of the many local restaurants, each with its own ‘tare’ (sauce) made with secret ingredients. Next, head over to Tsukishima to visit Monja Street, where Monja-Yaki is said to have originated. Often compared with Okonomi-yaki in Osaka, Monja-yaki is a type of Japanese pan-fried batter mixed with various ingredients. The ingredients are finely chopped and mixed into the batter before grilling. You’ll have the chance to watch your food being cooked, chat with the cook, and devour your Monja-yaki fresh from the hot plate. On our way back to Yurakucho, pick up some “tai-yaki”, a cake with a soft red bean and sugar filling, for dessert. End your delicious Tokyo tour by heading to a local pub for some more drinks, where you’re welcome to linger, discover nearby bars and karaoke joints, or return to the starting point with your guide. Throughout your Tokyo food tour, your local guide will explain the history of food and places you visit, sharing personal experiences and food-related family traditions and customs
Thu 21 Apr 2022
Day 3:Private transfer from Hotel to Port (Yokohama)
Fri 22 Apr 2022
Day 12:Private transfer from Port (Yokohama) to Narita Airport (meet and greet)
Sun 1 May 2022
Ports of Call may vary by departure date and subject to weather and other conditions.
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This luxurious 4-star property conveniently located only 4km from the centre of Tokyo. Guests of the hotel will have easy access to Hamarikyu Garden, Tokyo Takarazuka Theatre and Tsukiji Fish Market. Featuring stunning views of Tokyo and a convenient location just steps from Shiodome Subway Station, Park Hotel Tokyo offers stylish accommodation with free WiFi. Rooms feature large picture windows.