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Can You Speak Japanese? Me either.

こんにちは読者〔リーダー〕! (Hi readers!)

お元気ですか   ? (How are you?)

あなたは、私が来週どこに行くかを推測できますか?  (Guess where I am going next week?)

あなたはそれを推測しました。(You guessed it).

日本! (JAPAN!)

I’m SO EXCITED!!  Can you tell?  While I don’t really have my Japanese writing skills down to perfection and rely on computer translations, I have been trying to learn some basic words so that at least I don’t go one way when I’m supposed to go the other.

Since I’m going to be in Japan for a project, what better to showcase on V! Blog than the newly renovated Marunouchi side of Tokyo Station that just reopened on October 3rd?  It’s just beautiful!  Let’s take a look…

This hotel, situated inside a nationally designated important cultural property, is close to the Otemachi/Marunouchi business area as well as the Ginza shopping area. Its location offers convenient access by domestic transportation as well as by the Narita Express and Airport Limousine from Narita Airport for international transportation; in addition, it is just 30 minutes from Haneda Airport via the Tokyo Monorail and JR lines.
 The hotel’s interior design refurbished and it has 150 guest rooms (23-173 m²), restaurants with a pursuit of authenticity including those offering French (yippee!), Japanese, Chinese and Italian cuisine, a lobby lounge, café, bar, and more.

There is also a lovely fitness center and spa where I can go after I indulge in all the wonderful cuisine that I’m planning on enjoying.

There are three event and meeting rooms in varying sizes and can  handle various types of business events including cocktail receptions and seminars.

The Tokyo Station Hotel is located in Central Tokyo and is surrounded by numerous attractions including the Imperial Palace, Marunouchi business area and Ginza luxury shopping district.

The hotel’s rich history, convenient location near the train station, and luxurious accommodations and amenities make it the premier destination for both business and leisure guests.

The area around Tokyo Station will be one of the hottest spots to look out for in October with its new look and I get to be there to take a peek.  Can life get better than this?

I’m really looking forward to this adventure that will allow me to experience a beautiful country and all that it has to offer.

Watch for a blog on my adventures when I return, but in the meantime – ローマ人としてローマにいる時はそうしてください。  Or in other words, when in Rome, do as the Romans do.

Make sure to check out this beautiful hotel, and of course, if you have any questions or need more information on a program in Japan for your group, please contact me at Valerie@thevibeagency.com.

By the way, have you checked out our newly revamped website?  Drop by and take a look and let us know what you think!

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