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Description Close to Chiba Marine Stadium and Makuhari Messe, this Chiba hotel is situated near a train station. Another area attraction is LaLaport. Dining options at APA Hotel And Resort Tokyo Bay Makuhari incl... more

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Description The modern, crescent shaped hilton tokyo bay is located on the eastern shores of the bay adjacent to tokyo disney resort, and 14 kilometres from the bustling city centre. This 11 floor hotel features ... more

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Description Hotelyear built 1988 year remodeled 1998additional property description in the heart of the tokyo disney resort..The sheraton grande tokyo bay hotel is your gateway to japans greatest theme parks. Hot... more

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Description A trio of Tokyo-set shorts. 'Interior Design' directed by Michel Gondry tells the story of a couple relocating to Tokyo who outstay their welcome at a friend's apartment while they look for somewhere ... more

Description Offbeat Japanese zombie comedy. Two garage workers in Tokyo Fujio (Tadanobu Asano) and Mitsuo (Sho Aikawa) are both obsessed with ju-jitsu. When they accidentally kill their boss they decide to bury h... more

Description Humphrey Bogart plays Saloonkeeper Joe Barrett in post-war Tokyo. With an interesting cast including Alexander Knox and an outstanding performance by Sessue Hayakawa (Bridge on the River Kwai) as the ... more

Description Humphrey Bogart plays Saloonkeeper Joe Barrett in post-war Tokyo. With an interesting cast including Alexander Knox and an outstanding performance by Sessue Hayakawa (Bridge on the River Kwai) as the ... more

Description Drama starring Humphrey Bogart as Joe Barrett an American who returns to Tokyo three years after the Second World War and attempts to pick up threads of his life in the city before the war. He hopes t... more

Description A top Japanese gang leader has overstepped the mark and is now being hunted by a rival gang the police and some of the country's top businessmen. Only his beautiful girlfriend Macy can lead them to hi... more

Description Classic Japanese Yakuza thriller from visionary director Suzuki Seijun. Tetsu is a former hit man who has now joined his boss Kurata in going straight. But old rivalries soon lead to outbreaks of viol... more

Description Japanese filmmaker Satoshi Kon directs this bittersweet comedy anime about three homeless friends a young girl Miyuki (Aya Okamoto) aging transvestite Hana (Yoshiaki Umegaki) and middle-aged down-and-... more

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Excellent

The ultimate Pop-Art ganger movie: mad, bad and dangerous to know

Some people won't like that it's Japanese, from the 60s and subtitled

...than blurs of colours and perhaps there is the faintest occasional line. Then, you begin to coalesce. You?re made whole again but wait, this is your past: we?re seeing now the moment upon which you were contemplating a moment ago? Ah, Tokyo Drifter? wistful memories of the past? Tokyo Drifter was my entrance into the films of Suzuki Seijun. True, I prefer his slightly later Branded to Kill...

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Excellent

Lovely gardens and forest to walk around, huge, experience Shintoism, cheap admission.

So big you might forget to visit places!

...Even though Tokyo is cosmopolitan central, there are still plenty of temples and shrines around the capital to balance the time spent shopping and visiting museums. One of the biggest and most famous Shinto Shrines in Tokyo is Meiji Jingu. As such it seemed we had to visit this place while we were in Tokyo, even if my cousin and I weren?t that interested in seeing every temple and shrine...

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Super

Culture. Interesting

Difficult for foreigners to understand the cultural significance

...Maneki-Neko, Japanese Beckoning Cats, can be found in the shop windows of stores and restaurants in countless streets of Tokyo and any other of Japan’s major cities. If you take a peep into the windows of the noodle shop, eateries of all types and stores, you will come across the Maneki-Neko grinning somewhat impudently at you from the counter and inviting you into to savour the p...

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