To hit go on your Tokyo adventure, choose from among 17 thoughtfully designed private apartments, all with hotel-level comfort. The neighborhood, in the shadow of Tokyo Tower, brims with Edo-era charm, modern convenience, and an international accent.
Each stylishly renovated studio at In The Hood Tsukiji is clean and comfortable, and the perfect home base to launch your forays into the city. Catering to independents, minimal interaction is the default. Check in and check out are fully automated with smart-locks. However, all In The Hood guests are invited to come together for a weekly happy hour. Make the experience all your own. Shop at a local market for some famously high quality produce and prepare your own meals in the kitchen. You can tap into a remote concierge to guide you through any local experience, and after a long day of walking (or shopping, or eating), you’ll love how comfy the beds are.
Meaning ‘reclaimed land’, Tsukiji’s humble beginnings are less than glamorous, but it has slowly grown into a neighborhood that foodies around the world celebrate as a top seafood hub. Until recently the site of perhaps the world’s most famous fish market, and still home to plenty of the best restaurants and suppliers in Tokyo, it’s a haven of seafood, soba and great coffee (presumably honed for all those early-morning workers). While the queue may be daunting, Sushi Dal is surely one of the top places to enjoy sushi nearby. Also walking distance is the famous Ginza shopping district, featuring colorfully wacky Japanese department stores, boutiques, art galleries and more.
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