0.27km from Italian Cuisine Piano PianoParts of this Toyoko (corridors) are, like the immediate neighbourhood, by Japanese standards, slightly rundown. The Sakae underground shopping/dining mall is an amazing labyrinth worth exploring. The air conditioning (to be used as heating in November) was reatively easy to use, in spite of the Kanji-only remote keys. The staff at breakfast appeared less stressed and more on top of things than the Toyoko Inn average. The WiFi in the lobby had such low security settings that my computers (all three of them) refused to connect to it. But in my guestroom it was thankfully OK. View from my room was almost totally blocked by what looked like a tower of freight containers piled up inches away from my window. The breakfast room can be so crowded that you may need to eat standing, so don't bring any luggage into it if at all possible. It is a relatively small Toyoko Inn but, otherwise, like all Toyoko's, and in spite of a few minor weaknesses, solid, reliable and very practical.