3.75km from Shokuji Dokoro Sake Dokoro AyateiIt was actually the only option on New Year’s eve for less than 100 us. I arrived late and all my city hotels were at 300 us. No way I thought ,so I got this one . Not really a mistake but huuuugeeely inconvenient. First of all this hotel is exactly on the very end of Tokyo Prefecture , this is next to Satama Prefecture and 15 KM from where you want to go, believe me. I know Tokyo well, I speak a bit Japanese, okay no problem. In case you take this hotel be aware there is a train (Tobu Line) to be taken, the last one leaves around 11.30 pm in Tokyo. There are express trains that don’t even stop at yazuka station wher you have to go. So figure this out before boarding the wrong one.It takes around 1 hour to get to the hotel from let’s say Shinjuku-Ku or half an hour from Tokyo Skytree. The tickets cost a fortune. Said this back to the hotel. It is decorated like Barbie and Ken’s Las Vegas Nightmare. Terrible for an architect like me, but ok. Worst thing of it all , the room windows are all blocked like an atomic bomb shelter. Yes, right, there is a huge metal board,slab just across your view. They said it is for safety reasons. I suspect this is a love hotel or used to be a ******* and so the indececeny is hidden .Something like this. Have a look at my pictures. The rooms are relatively big for Japan, well it isn’t Tokyo. Very old and very smelly ! They have no non-smoking floors and apparently only 1 non-smoking room which was gone. So this is the real nuisance . Smoke and smokers everywhere. I hated it. Cost me like 70 us to get the smell out of my clothes. The TV screen was smaller, really, than my netbook screen, the room was okay itself but everything reeked of cigarette smoke. There were slotmachines even on the floors. They have a complimentary breakfast which was quite good by the way. Soup, chickenwings,Meatballs..unbelievable. The staff was more than accommodating and friendly (that’s what saved this dump (really) from 1 star). Nect time I just stay at the airport and will certainly never come back. That happens when you don’t really want to spend big money in Tokyo :).