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Upon Arrival: Comfort & Gracious Hospitality

It’s the Akasaka Prince Hotel in Akasaka (1 800 223 5652 or (conveniently located, all corner rooms with great views, a 40th floor bar, GREAT business center-leave your laptop at home-and lots of activities right there (a sake tasting convention, for example), plus a fab bakery behind and the always-on-time Subway in front). It’s the luxurious and exotic pagoda –shaped French-styled Sofitel Tokyo across from Ueno Park ( (be sure to say hello to the charming manager Mr. William Pitton for us, cross the street to Ueno Park and go for a ride among the lily pads in a swan boat, and visit the extraordinary home of famed artist Yokoyama Taikan next door), plus authentic Provencal cuisine, a chic lobby bar, outstanding service and more! It’s a Ryokan, Japanese style hotel, or a more modest Minshuku, a small family-run inn operated by one family in their own home. It’s Onsen Lodging, out-of-the-ordinary temporary lodging at select hot-spring resorts…. / Issue 23 - September 5537
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