Spring and fall are a great time to see Tokyo. The weather is mild and the scenery legendary. If you’re interested in seeing cherry blossoms, you’ll want to plan your trip for the last week of March through the first week of April, but this can be a crowded time at popular viewing spots and other tourist attractions. June and July are the rainiest months, followed by a humid summer. Winters in Tokyo are generally mild, and it snows here very rarely.
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This hotel is conveniently located just a short walk from Shinjuku station, and just moments away from the Tokyo Opera City entertainment complex.
The best way to see Tokyo is on foot, and the interconnected network of above-ground and subway trains makes it easier to travel across the city. Simplify your trip by purchasing a prepaid Suica or Pasmo card, which can be used on most trains, busses and subway lines within Tokyo.
Visitors from the US must have a passport that is valid for the entire length of their stay. A visa is not required for stays of less than 90 days. Visitors will be fingerprinted and photographed on entry. Please consult the US State Department website for more details and the most current travel information for Japan.
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