I often travel to Japan, but I chose to stay in Japan for the first time. I really feel the Japanese peoples meticulous attention to the user experience. It can be said that the room is equipped with everything you might use.
In addition to basic appliances, there are also household appliances such as dryer vacuum cleaners, which provide great convenience for visitors who book multiple days of accommodation.
Choose a room with a relatively large size and check in quickly. Especially when it comes to butler-style homestays, there are special people who handle the formalities for you and provide storage luggage... It feels more meticulous and safer.
Different from the management of the hotel, the hotel allows us to experience the local life deeply. If we are a neighbor with the locals, we must pay special attention to keep quiet, classify the garbage and become a popular tourist.
Recommend to friends who come to Japan to travel, choose the most popular hotel stay experience, bid farewell to the same room, now I prefer to travel in different styles of "home".
Its not very convenient to drag large luggage around. Although the subway station has a storage box, the big box needs 700 baht and is full.
Smart foodman proposes to go to Asakusa to rent a kimono, then put the luggage in the kimono store.
When I got out of Asakusa Subway Station, I saw a kimono shop. The price was 4,300 per person. The price was moderate. We put down the luggage and went to the
but, but Oh! Walking on the street instantly became a star, many passers-by A and B, please find a photo of our kimono 3 people! !
All hard work is worth it, it is a reward!
I wont say it first, I have to force it to go~~~~
Asakusa is a district in Tokyo’s Taito ward. Centered on Senso-ji Buddhist Temple, Asakusa is a must-see destination. Visitors come to admire the area’s Edo architectural style and influence. For most of the twentieth century, Asakusa remained a major entertainment district in Tokyo. Today there are many restaurants serving traditional Japanese cuisine. Small shops line the approach to Senso-ji, making this a popular location for tourists. Asakusa is a great place to visit and provides a glimpse into time-honored Japanese culture and practices.