Conveniently located within a 3-minute walk from JR Uguisudani Train Station, which is 1 stop from Ueno on the Yamanote Line.
Why Stay Here
- Courier Service
- Free Wi-Fi
- 24-Hour Business Center
Candeo Hotels Uenokoen is equipped with vending machines, microwave oven, laundry machines, PC corners to access to internet. You can ask for photocopy, fax, and courier service at the reception desk. You can also get access to high-speed internet in every room for free.
Candeo Hotels Uenokoen offers 268 rooms in various types for both business and leisure use. All rooms are outfitted with Simmons bed which gives you extreme comfort and 32 inch LCD screen TV (40 inch TVs are equipped in some rooms). You can enjoy more than 300 titles of videos on demand including newly released films at free of charge.
Restaurants, Lounges & Bars
After having a good sleep in a Simmons bed, you can go to an in-hotel restaurant for breakfast. Enjoy warm rice, miso soup and various dishes of the day. For your dining in Tokyo, a breakfast menu can be changed everyday so that long-staying guests can enjoy.
Entertainment & Activities
- Forget kabuki; sumo is better theater. If you happen to be in Tokyo during one of the three grand tournaments 15-day events in January, May and September you can catch some of the action at Ryogoku Kokugikan, Tokyo`s National Sumo Hall.
- Yoyogi Park in Shibuya-ku is the perfect comic relief after a low-key shrine stop. With living space so tight in this city, parks are the places for club meetings and practice sessions and even play rehearsals, and Yoyogi draws all sorts of talent, from horn players to hip-hop dancers to rockabilly gangs, complete with poodle skirts and Elvis-inspired pompadours, who usually gather by the park`s east side entrance on Sundays to jam to American pop music from the `50s.
- There`s a lot going on at and around the popular Roppongi Hills complex - a garden, a cinema, loads of shops, cafes and restaurants but if you stay focused, you can be in and out in an hour and hit all the highlights.
- It would be a shame to come to Tokyo and not take a walk across the famous intersection outside Shibuya Station. On sunny afternoons or clear evenings, the surrounding area is packed with shoppers, students, young couples and commuters.
- You can easily spend a fortune on meals in this city, but it`s more fun to rub elbows with salarymen at a standing bar or drink in some local color on the cheap at a small izakaya. Ebisu, a trendy neighborhood in Shibuya-ku, is full of these establishments, which specialize in grilled meat and vegetables, sashimi and other casual fare, cooked in tiny kitchens and served on petite plates.
- In Japan, karaoke usually happens in a private room with your friends or colleagues, with a waiter delivering drinks. But at Smash Hits, located at the west end of the Hiroo shotengai (neighborhood shopping street), you perform on stage before a random, rowdy audience.
- Most departing visitors leave town from Tokyo Station. Before you go, check out the Daimaru department store next door just outside the station`s Yaesu entrance. The kimono shop on the 10th floor is not geared to tourists; it`s where Japanese ladies come to order custom-made ensembles. The samples on display, and the price tags attached, will take your breath away.
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