RIHGA Royal Hotel Tokyo is conveniently accessible by a free shuttle bus from Takadanobaba Station (JR Yamanote Line), or Waseda Station (Tokyo Metro).
Address:1-104-19 Totsukamachi, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 169-8613 Japan
Phone: +81 (0)3-5285-1121
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- From Narita Airport
- By train: JR Narita Express to Shinjuku Station, about 75 minutes
By Bus: Limousine bus to Shinjuku Station, about 85 minutes.
In either case, take Ikebukuro-bound JR Yamanote Line from Shinjuku and get down at Takadanobaba Station, 2 stations from Shinjuku.
- From Haneda Airport
- By train: Tokyo Monorail to Hamamatsucho Station (JR Yamanote Line), about 25 minutes
Or, Keikyu Airport Line Express to Shinagawa Station, about 25 minutes
In either case, get down at Takadanobaba Station, about 30 minutes by JR Yamanote Line.
- From Tokyo Station
- * 5 minutes walk to Otemachi Station (Tokyo Metro Tozai Line), take the train bound for Nakano and get down at Waseda Station
* 20 minutes to hotel by taxi.
- Free Shuttle Bus
- JR Takadanobaba Station - Hotel Bus stop: JR Takadanobaba Station Waseda exit rotary
Operation hours (from Takadanobaba Station):
Weekdays: 09:00 to 21:00, Every 10 minutes/40 minutes after the hour
Weekends and holidays: 08:00 to 21:00, Every 10 minutes/40 minutes after the hour (also operates at every 25 minutes/55 minutes after the hour only between 10:00 to 17:00)
TOKYO Sky Tree ®
TOKYO Sky Tree is the tallest TV tower in the world with a height of 634 meters, which is visible from all around Tokyo.
The observatories floors from 340 meter to 445 meter are designed in a way that you can enjoy a 360 degree view of Tokyo, including even its suburbs.
At ground level, it is surrounded by a complex with a variety of shops, restaurants, and aquarium, where you can enjoy shopping and dining.
Ginza is a famous luxury shopping place in Tokyo, where you can find a variety of high-end Maison boutiques, galleries, fine dining, and many established department stores.
In the east of Ginza, is "Kabuki-za", which organizes kabuki performances, and many other popular theatre forms.
Odaiba is an area located on artificial island of Tokyo Bay, and is surrounded by many modern buildings.
This is a hub of many shopping complexes, hotels, and onsen. The "Tokyo Big Sight", a large-scale exhibition hall is also in this place.
Originally the site of a villa of the Matsudaira clan, the grounds include a teahouse relocated from Gifu Prefecture. The entrance is located right next to the lobby of the first floor of the RIHGA Royal Hotel Tokyo.
Hours of operation: 11:00 to 16:00 on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays, April to December. In addition to Wednesdays and Sundays, Okuma Garden is closed on national holidays. Contact RIHGA Royal Hotel Tokyo directly for more details.
Areas of interest around the Shinjuku area
Along with Shibuya and Ikebukuro, Shinjuku is one of the three core areas of Tokyo and is well known for its shopping, fashion and business.
Tsukiji Fish Market
The largest wholesale seafood market in the world, the Tsukiji Fish Market is located in Chuo Ward and is open to the public. For early risers, it is an excellent opportunity to see fish auctions in action. The area around the market hosts a number of sushi restaurants opening as early as 5:00 and closing between noon and 15:00.
A popular destination for tourists, Asakusa was traditionally an entertainment district, and welcomes people from all walks of life with its attractions. Among the famous locations is Kaminarimon (Thunder Gate), beyond which is Senso Temple, the oldest temple in Tokyo. Nakamise-dori is the road leading up to Kaminarimon, and its shops are popular among visitors.