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InterContinental - ANA Tokyo

City Centre, 1.6 mi


1-12-33 Akasaka


Tokyo, 107-0052



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InterContinental Hotels Tokyo Bay

City Centre, 2.38 mi


1-16-2 Kaigan


Tokyo, 105-8576



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26-32/F Shinagawa East One Tower

2-16-1 Konan

Tokyo, 108-8282



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1-1-1 Minatomirai


Yokohama, 220-8522



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Introduction to Tokyo
Tokyo is one of the world’s great megacities, a historic and futuristic metropolis sprawling inland from the Pacific Ocean and across the Kanto Plain. Neon-lit skyscrapers, tranquil Zen gardens, theme parks and Shinto shrines provide endless mystery and variety.

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Warm, temperate and rainy. Jul–Sep average 26C; Dec–Feb average 6C; highest rainfall Jun & Sep

Shinto and Buddhism

Getting around:
subway; waterbus; train; metered taxi

From Narita International Airport
: taxi to central Tokyo approx 60 minutes (75km); rail approx 50 minutes

Top things to see & do

Disney characters, baseball and Buddhist temples

  • Tokyo Skytree – visit the observation deck of the 634m-high tower for 360° city views
  • Sensō-ji Temple – explore the ancient, incense-filled Buddhist temple and its five-storey pagoda
  • Tokyo Imperial Palace – tour the immaculate grounds of the former Edo Castle
  • Tokyo National Museum – see huge collections of Japanese art, Buddhist statues and archaeological treasures
  • Shinjuku Gyoen – wander meandering paths in this huge park with landscaped gardens and springtime cherry blossoms
  • Meiji Jingu Stadium – join umbrella-waving fans of the Swallows baseball team at this buzzing sporting arena
  • Tokyo Disney Resort – meet Mickey, ride a mountain train and watch a nighttime parade at the immense theme park

Where to shop

Tempura trays, vintage clothes and traditional crafts

  • Chuo-dori – street in Ginza, near to Intercontinental The Strings Tokyo, with designer boutiques and luxury brands
  • Kappabashi – area specialising in kitchen supplies, including chopsticks, tempura trays and chef’s knives
  • Akihabara – dubbed ‘Electric Town’, an area known for its many electronic stores
  • Shimokitazawa – lively neighbourhood with vintage clothes stores that attract hip young shoppers
  • Nakamise-dori – traditional shops near Sensō-ji temple with Japanese lacquerware and pottery

What to eat

Classic sushi and hearty chakonabe

  • Teppanyaki – meat or fish cooked on a hot iron griddle at Teppanyaki Takumi in the InterContinental Tokyo Bay
  • Edomae tempura – seafood dipped in batter and fried in sesame oil
  • Sushi and sashimi – a Japanese classic, as served in the Akasaka district and the minimalist Sushi Kenzan at ANA InterContinental Tokyo
  • Chakonabe – a hearty stew of fish or chicken, popular with sumo wrestlers

Special events in Tokyo

Anime and cherry blossom celebrations

  • Cherry blossoms (Mar-Apr) – city-wide Hanami festivals celebrating the blooms of these delicate pink flowers
  • Tokyo International Film Festival (Oct-Nov) – new Japanese and Asian films at city-wide venues
  • AnimeJapan (Mar) – parades, talks and activities celebrating the anime world
  • Kanda Matsuri (May) – huge parade of portable shrines around the Kanda Myojin Shrine
  • Ikegami Honmonji Oeshiki (Oct) – annual memorial marking the death of Nichiren, an iconic Buddhist figure

Latest Tokyo Hotel Reviews

One of the best Hotels
My Stay at the Yokohama Intercontemtal Grand was exceptional. The hotel and staff were exceptional during my stay. The staff was very eager to assist and made every effort to accommodate my needs. [More] I will definitely stay here again on future trips to Japan and anywhere else IGH is located. [Less]
Great experience at Grand InterContinental Yokohama
By Matthew20160625
This great experience stated from the minute I arrived at the hotel. The building itself is very interesting for the shape, lighting and location. Hospitality is great. The staff are very nice to [More] help me at each step of my checking-in process. Rooms are great. I stayed at city-view room for one night and bay-view room for one night. Checking out is also very good. The staff would help carry luggage, call taxi or giving directions of taking metro. In summary, this is a great experience. I will definitely stay here again on my next trip and recommend to friends. [Less]
Great view!!
By kimm
It was a pleasant staying. They were very kind, and check in and out were so smooth with big luggage. Amazing view ! Wish the air-condition worked stronger, but it was fine. [Less]
Great Service and Stay
By Mario 16
Great hotel and incredible service. Would like to always get upgraded to a Junior Suite, which happened only on my first reservation on this visit to Japan. [Less]
As good as it gets
By MitchW
I can't imagine what more you would want in a hotel. Safe, clean, beautiful facility with attentive, efficient and caring staff. Every detail is geared toward making your stay pleasant. The rooms [More] are comfortable and the food is excellent. Anything you need for leisure or business is provided. [Less]
Perfect stay and perfect location
By pymorris
ANA InterContinental is ideally located in the center of Tokyo and very convenient to most places you want to go. I think it is one of the best business hotels in Japan but my stay was actually just [More] a romantic getaway with my girlfriend. We had no issues and really enjoyed our time since it was easy to go anywhere we needed to go. The best part is shuttle bus access directly from the hotel to the airport. [Less]
Fabulous Hotel
By Andrew
My wife and I had a warm welcome and the staff made sure our stay was comfortable and enjoyable. Had a beautiful room with fantastic views of the Tokyo bay. The food and the breakfast was delicious. [More] Had a fantastic stay here and would definitely stay again for our next Tokyo Trip. [Less]
By McEdc
Stunning. Good location and easy transport. Great views. Goregous restaurants and wonderful staff. Rooms a bit tired. Otherwise great and would stay again. [Less]
Enjoyable stay
By Ashley
Generally good rooms with good service. The lobby seems a bit muddled though with too many outlets too close together and a decent cocktail list wouldn't go a miss. [Less]

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