Shangri-La Tokyo, is located in central Tokyo and surrounded by some of the city's popular shopping areas.
A 10 minutes’ walk from the hotel brings you to The Imperial Palace and the world-famous Ginza shopping district. Asakusa Senso-ji Temple and Tokyo Disneyland / DisneySea are a mere 20-minute train ride away.
A plethora of attractions are nestled at Asakusa, located in the downtown Taito district of Tokyo.
Keep your eyes peeled for the renowned Sensoji Temple, the famous Five Storied Pagoda and Nakamise shopping arcade. Meanwhile, Sumida River cruises are a much-loved activity at this unique destination.
Immensely popular for its vibrant traditional festivals, Asakusa is home to the popular Sanja Matsuri, an annual event held in May.
A large manmade island in Tokyo Bat, Odaiba is complete with ultra modern buildings, elegant shopping malls and electric cars.
Odaiba offers in terms of entertainment a world's big Ferris wheel, at 115 metres tall. Visitors can also look forward to an assortment of amusement parks, a reproduction of the Statue of Liberty, the Museum of Maritime Science and much, much more.
Roppongi shines a spotlight on Tokyo’s global personality. Visitors can enjoy various national and international cuisines, world-famous coffee shops, sophisticated clubs and live-music venues. This is also Japan's famous night-time entertainment spot.
Akihabara is Tokyo’s Electric Town. From computers, mobile phones and games to televisions, cameras and watches, it is the hub of Japan’s gaming, manga and animatronics subculture.
Housing about 650,000 items at any given time, Yodobashi Camera Multimedia Akiba is a big shopping mall, Electronic powerhouse Ishimaru Denki has nine branches in Akiharaba alone, four of which are exceptionally large stores.
Aficionados should look out for the Tokyo Animation Centre, which provides information and demonstrations on animation and gaming.
One of the well-known shopping districts in the whole of Japan, if not the world, is Ginza. It is the site of fashionable boutiques, department stores, restaurants, jewellery shops, and international brand stores.
Kabukiza, featuring traditional Japanese Kabuki theatre, and Tsukiji, the world's large fish market, are nearby.