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Welcome to HotelGuide.Networks' directory of hotels and hotel reviews for Tokyo, Japan!
Once a fishing village called Edo, modern Tokyo is a financial powerhouse moving billions of dollars worldwide at the touch of a button each day. Its line-up of world-class hotels is equally impressive. Known for breathtaking beauty in some quarters, Tokyo also claims some of the worst looking architecture anywhere, easily qualifying as a city of contrasts. WWII bombing left much of Tokyo in rubble, and a huge influx of post-war workers led to hurried creation of a vast maze of villages instead of a master rebuilding plan. Not a place to seek solitude or casual leisure, fast-paced Tokyo packs in a population of almost 30 million within a 22-mile radius of the Imperial Palace. Modern Tokyo can be divided into two areas -- Shitamachi and Yamanote – linked by 13 subway lines. Among newer attractions popular with visitors is the John Lennon Museum, tracing the late musician's life from a Liverpool childhood through Beatles era celebrity, his relationship with Yoko Ono and his years as a house husband looking after their son Sean. Displays include Lennon's handwritten lyrics, wire-rim glasses, U.K. passport, guitars, and other memorabilia along with the Imagine Room, embellished solely with lyrics of his powerhouse song. In Tokyo, guided tours are especially recommended for visitors seeking to maximize time without getting lost after stepping from the comforting shelter of their hotels. From high-rise hotels with nearly 50 stories and some 1,500 rooms to more intimate lodging, Tokyo lodging ranges from moderate accommodations in the Asakusa or Ueno areas to luxury properties along Tokyo Bay.
We have organized our listings of Tokyo's local hotel accommodations into several geographic areas and alphabetically. You can begin browsing for hotels in the Greater Tokyo area by selecting one of the links shown below.
·Tokyo Disney Area
Hotels in the area surrounding the Tokyo Disneyland Park.
Hotels located near the Tokyo Narita Airport (NRT), which is about 40 miles from Tokyo.
·Tokyo Convention Center
Hotels located near the Tokyo Convention Center.
Hotels with Tokyo addresses outside the downtown area proper and in the metro region.
Hotels in Tokyo's modern and fashionable section including areas such as Toshima-ku, Cho-ku and more. Ginza translated means 'Silver Seat.'
Hotels in the Shibuya area of busy shops, bars, restaurants, plus sections of the city such as Chuo-ku, Bunkyo-ku, among others.
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Area Facts: Tokyo is one of the largest cities in the world with a population of around 12 million. The international dialing code for Japan is 81.
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