Welcome To Tokyo
Welcome to the ANA InterContinental Tokyo. This is the most vibrant city in the world, the concierge team and I will make sure that you have an incredible stay with us. Memorable and authentic , we will create a tailor made experience for you. Arigato gozaimasu
Offering a world class service, facilites and location to ensure a memorable experience whatever the occasion. in the heart of the most vibrant city is the world,
Please take a walk to Hie Shrine. It takes about 10 min. walk from the hotel. There are red little gates just after the main gate, and you will feel that you are in Japan while you are stepping up the stairs one by one. Or you can walk around little secret garden in Ark Hills. There are little flowers and trees and it is like little garden at your home. You will be very much relaxed and will be get ready for the day.
What do you think of walking around Harajuku area. There are so many young people in latest outfit. It is nice to walk from Meijijingumae area towards Aoyama area. Please visit Nezu Museum. They have great works and their Japanese garden is so Peaceful. Please feel the season in the Café in the garden. You will have your own quiet moment.
Visit Roppongi City View in Roppongi Hills to see the sun set; the views over Tokyo Tower and Mt. Fuji (only when it is clear) are unforgettable. You have a 360 degrees view of Tokyo City and the bay area at the same time. Afterwards, visit R2 in Roppongi for an aperitif. Roppongi is night life area. There are so many Restaurants and Bars. It is another idea to go to Shibuya to see one of the most busiest crossing in Tokyo. You can see the crossing in our Concierge Video.
Visa, Mastercard, Amex and Diners Club are widely accepted, but Japan is predominantly a cash economy. Top hotels and restaurants usually accept credit cards, but check first with less exclusive places.
Tipping is not a standard practice in Japan. Expect to pay a service charge (10% to 20%) at more expensive restaurants and hotels.
Public toilets are everywhere but the most comfortable are in the big department stores. They also tend to be high-tech, kitted out with bidet, dryer and rushing water effects.
A towelette is served in some restaurants at the beginning of the meal. This is to clean your hands only. Please do not wipe your face or any other parts of the body even if you find someone next to you doing that.
TRADITION: JAPANESE HOUSE
Remove your shoes whenever entering a Japanese house.
DID YOU KNOW ?
There is a shop called Kyoto-Kan in front of Toyo Station. They sell not only Kyoto related souvenirs but also give the customers Kyoto sight-seeing information.
There are many Japanese people who pray at shrines on New Year's Day, marry in church, and hold funerals at a temple.
Before you order sushi in Tokyo, check if the restaurant has a price list. The price of fish changes depending upon the market price. It can occasionally be very, very expensive!
In a Tonkatsu (deep fried pork restaurant), you can get unlimited portions of cabbage and miso soup.
WHAT TO PACK
Not all ATM machines accept foreign issued bank and credit cards. It is better to have some cash with you on arrival.
It is not easy to get prescriptions. Please bring enough prescription medicines with you to last your trip.
- 1-12-33 Akasaka
- Tokyo , 107 0052
- Front Desk +81-3-35051111
Distance 13 KM / 8.08 MI SOUTH to Hotel
Time by train: 50 minutes
Take the Shuto Highway exiting on Iikura Ramp. It is approximately a 30min. drive. More details; http://www.anaintercontinental-tokyo.jp/e/access/
Narita International Airport (NRT)
Distance 80 KM / 49.71 MI EAST to Hotel
Shuttle Charge (one way): ￥3,000.00 (JPY)
Time by train: 90min.
Take Higashi-Kanto Highway to Shuto Highway. Exit on Kasumigaseki Ramp. Approximately 90 min. More Details; http://www.anaintercontinental-tokyo.jp/e/access/
Station Name: Shimbashi
Distance 2.0 KM / 1.24 MI WEST to Hotel
Shuttle Charge (one way): ￥200.00 (JPY)
Taxi Fee From Train Station: ￥1,200.00 (JPY)
Go north the Gaien Higashi-dori and turn left at the Tameike crossing.
Subway Name: Tameike Sanno and Roppongi 1-chome
Distance 0.3 KM / 0.19 MI SOUTH WEST to Hotel
- Parking Available/500 Spaces
- Daily Self Parking Fee: ￥2,500.00 (JPY)
- General Parking ... ¥400 per 30min In-house Guest Parking ... ¥2,500 per night Restaurant Guest ... spending ¥2,000-9,999 receive / 2-hours free & spending ¥10,000 or more receive / 4-hours free Wedding / Banquet / Meeting Guest 4-hours free
- Controlled Access Gates to Parking
- Parking Area Equipped with Lights
Most travelers to Tokyo from Narita either take the airport limousine bus or the Narita Express train. Please let us know if we should book you a limousine car pick up. Should you choose to either take the airport limousine bus or Narita Express train, we have listed below guidelines at the airport for your reference. Airport Limousine Bus - After clearing Customs, please look for the airport limousine bus counters at the arrival area and purchase a ticket for ANA InterContinental Tokyo. It cost 3,000 Yen per person - Buses depart from the Narita Airport at regular intervals of approximately 45 minutes - Travel time is between one hour to one hour and half depending on traffic conditions - It drops you off directly at the hotel on level 1, the check in counter is located on level 2, a bell captain will be available to assist you with your luggage. Narita Express Train - After clearing Customs, please proceed to airport limousine/train counters and purchase a ticket for Tokyo Station. It cost 2,940 Yen per person - Buses depart from the Narita Airport at regular intervals of approximately 45 minutes - Travel time is 50 minutes to Tokyo Station - Get off in Tokyo Station. - Form Tokyo Station, take a taxi to ANA InterContinental Tokyo.
Languages spoken by staff
- Analog Dial-up