On your next trip to Tokyo, rather than being baffled by what to do, where to stay and how to get about, why not have a helping hand with all this. Introducing Trip Box! They basically act like your very own super-knowledgeable PA organising everything Tokyo-related and taking all the stress and hassle away from you. Flights to Tokyo from London are direct with several airlines operating this popular route, the journey takes just under 12 hours.
One of the main problems that Trip Box overcomes is that not only is Japan a foreign language for westerners, but it’s also a foreign alphabet so it’s often very overwhelming knowing what to visit and how to get about. While this makes a visit there very exhilarating, a helping hand really makes sure that you get the most out of your trip and maximise your time there. They really can do everything; whether you want tickets to Disneyland, to wear a Kimono, ride a rickshaw or dine in a first rate restaurant. All transport can be arranged by Trip Box so airport pickups, taxis and more. Museum tickets can be sourced and tables booked at popular restaurants. There are a very tempting range of tours available; ‘Gaming, Electronic and Toy tour’ and ‘Cherry Blossom Drive’ both sound fabulous to me!
Hatsune Miku-Themed Studio Apartment
For a totally immersive experience, try a stay at a Hatsune Miku-Themed Studio Apartment booked through Trip Box. Hatsune Miku is a Vocaloid who initially a vocal synthesiser product, was designed by Manga artist Kei Garō, has featured in over 100,000 songs released worldwide and is now a major international cultural phenomenon. The theming is fabulous and very thorough; you literally see Hatsune Miku everywhere you look! There are a number of collectable figures on display; Miku themed cups and furniture and a large mural of Hatsune Miku. Situated in the Shinjuku neighbourhood, the train station is just a 10-minute metro ride away, this is a quiet area that is very convenient for exploring Tokyo. The apartment is 28sqm. and includes a double bed, two Japanese futons, shower and bath tub with complimentary shampoo, conditioner and soap; kitchen and portable Wi-Fi. There is also a 42-inch TV complete with a PS3 games console and games which you can play as well as two whole shelves of Japanese Manga which you are free to read during your stay. Parked outside the apartment is an ‘Itasha’, while you’re not able to drive the car (heavily decorated with Manga or anime), it’s perfect for a very unique photo opportunity!
Make sure your trip to Tokyo is one you’ll remember for a lifetime; let Trip Box support your adventures and make your Japanese dreams come true.
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