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Take a Thrilling Stopover in Tokyo

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Why not take a thrilling stopover in Tokyo on your next journey to Australia. We would suggest a five night stopover in Tokyo at the Park Hyatt Hotel which was featured in the movie Lost in Translation. Tokyo is a city like no other and is hard to describe until you have actually been and if you are travelling to Tokyo for the first time then call us for advice. The people are without doubt are the friendliest and great fun on a night out.

The Park Hyatt in Tokyo is an elegant oasis of space and calm and is the ideal luxury destination in Tokyo where guests can enjoy a 360 degree view of the bustling city and Mount Fuji. Occupying the top 14 floors of the 52-storey tower, the hotel offers guests an unparalleled level of comfort and personalized service as well as top class gourmet dining options at the heart of the vibrant city.

If you are interested to know about how to order in a Japanese restaurant then take a look at our blog that provides some great tips to ensure you get what your order. There are some amazing restaurants in Tokyo so please don’t end up in McDonalds or Burger King if you get frustrated with the language.

Our five night stopover in Tokyo includes flights from the UK with Japan Airlines , private return airport transfers and five nights at the Park Hyatt Tokyo. As well as that we will include a couple of private day tours to ensure you get the most from your trip. We may even pay for your first night in a Japanese restaurant.

So why not take a stopover in Tokyo on your next trip to Australia or New Zealand and call us on  0778 6623304 or email escape@popeandsons.co.uk

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