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SuperhostChuo City, Tōkyō-to, Japon
Appartement en résidence entier. Hôte : Hironobu
6 voyageurs2 chambres4 lits3 salles de bain
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As early as the Edo period, the ancient roads that started with the Nihonbashi were lined with shops. With the development of modern society, famous department stores such as Mitsukoshi and Takashimaya have also gathered near Nihonbashi.

Le logement
Elegant department store
The two oldest department stores in Japan, "Mitsukoshi" and "Takashimaya", are representative buildings of Nihonbashi. Both are located on the main road "Central Avenue" that runs through the north and south, across the stone-built Nihonbashi. According to one party. Not only can you enjoy top-quality services and purchase high-quality goods in department stores built in the 1930s, but you can also visit the glorious modern building "COREDO Muromachi", which houses traditional specialty shops, modern craft shops, and stylish restaurants. In addition, there are various small shops in the alleys selling traditional Japanese confectionery and custom-made fine chopsticks.

Cultural intersection
Why not take a cruise from Nihonbashi to explore the waterways like a maze through Tokyo, or participate in the "Japanese Cultural Experience" of "COREDO Muromachi", including tea ceremony, kimono try-in and traditional crafts. Nihonbashi not only has many banks and companies, but also world-class art galleries and galleries, such as the "Mitsui Memorial Art Museum", which houses traditional Japanese art works, and the "Kite Museum", which displays 3,000 precious paper kites.

Accès des voyageurs
All areas

Autres remarques
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Numéro d'enregistrement
Loi relative à l'exploitation d'hôtels et d'auberges traditionnelles | 中央区保健所 | 31 中保生環き第143号
As early as the Edo period, the ancient roads that started with the Nihonbashi were lined with shops. With the development of modern society, famous department stores such as Mitsukoshi and Takashimaya have also gathered near Nihonbashi.

Le logement
Elegant department store
The two oldest department stores in Japan, "Mitsukoshi" and "Takashimaya", are representative buildings of Nihonbashi…

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Chambre 1
2 lits doubles, 1 canapé convertible
Chambre 2
1 lit double

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Chuo City, Tōkyō-to, Japon

A neighborhood that blends Tokyo's past with the face of a modern capital
Nihonbashi near Ginza and Tokyo Station perfectly blends the charm of the past with ultra-modern architecture. It flourished as a commercial center during the Edo period (1603-1867) and became the starting point of the five main streets that penetrated Japan. Reference point for Japanese leveling. Its urban planning also fully considers this traditional foundation, and pays great attention to the integration of temples, bridges and historic department stores with modern skyscrapers. On the streets, there are not only old-fashioned restaurants that retain the traditional characteristics of the Edo period but continue to be modernized. They also see gorgeous kimono shops and shops that specialize in seaweed, soy sauce, gold leaf or kitchen knives. In the shadow of dazzling high-rise buildings, look for the endless traditional culture of Tokyo.

Nihonbashi is a bridge that spans the Nihonbashi River in Chuo, Tokyo, Japan. It is also a place and town name of a nearby business district. Since the Edo period, it has been a major commercial and financial center. The surrounding area still retains a fusion of Eastern and Western cultures. Representative financial institutions and many architectural landscapes listed as important cultural properties of Japan. In addition, there are specialty stores and restaurants with historical flavors that have opened since the Edo period. They are worth visiting and taking pictures in Japan. Souvenir spots.
A neighborhood that blends Tokyo's past with the face of a modern capital
Nihonbashi near Ginza and Tokyo Station perfectly blends the charm of the past with ultra-modern architecture. It flourished as a c…

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  • Numéro d’enregistrement: Loi relative à l'exploitation d'hôtels et d'auberges traditionnelles | 中央区保健所 | 31 中保生環き第143号
  • Langues: 中文 (简体), 日本語
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