Ms. Mentaiko, a travel writer in Tokyo, reveals her favorite luxury spots for a girls’ trip to Tokyo. Experience exquisite kaiseki cuisine in a Japanese garden, embark on an enchanting afternoon tea bus tour, and explore trendy boutiques. Even on a modest budget, immerse yourself in Tokyo’s elegance and sophistication. An unforgettable Tokyo girls trip awaits you – let’s explore together!

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Embark on a Luxurious Tokyo Journey! Ms. Mentaiko’s Girls’ Trip Itinerary Suggestions & Recommendations

1. Itinerary Duration and Sightseeing Plan

Captivating Streets of Omotesando, Tokyo / Photo courtesy of “Ms. Mentaiko’s Travel Diary” Facebook Page

Taking a vacation abroad is a rare opportunity, and if the entire itinerary is packed with numerous sightseeing spots, it can get tiring, right? Ms. Mentaiko suggests that when visiting Tokyo, girls can plan a luxurious short trip for 3 days, with 2 days exploring the city center and 1 day in the suburbs. It’s essential not to cram too many attractions into a single day and allow oneself to enjoy the present moment fully. After all, you’ve invested in dining at special restaurants or booking unique experiences, so it’s only natural to savor them to the fullest.

If your Tokyo trip extends to more days, you can set aside these 3 days to follow the recommended itinerary and take the time to relax and recharge. Then, you can continue with other exciting activities on the remaining days, maintaining a perfect balance between leisure and exploration.

2. Key Considerations for Choosing Accommodations

Surrounded by High-rise Commercial District – Odakyu Century Southern Tower Hotel / Photo courtesy of “Ms. Mentaiko’s Travel Diary” Facebook Page

Ms. Mentaiko suggests that if girls have a comfortable accommodation budget, it’s best to choose lodging facilities near the train station and in bustling areas, such as those around the south exit of Shinjuku Station.

The “Odakyu Century Southern Tower Hotel” is an excellent option in this area. The district offers a rich variety of shops and is perfect for shopping sprees. Moreover, it’s conveniently located near Shinjuku Station, ensuring easy access to transportation and providing a safe environment for walking at night. The hotel also offers a fantastic view overlooking Shinjuku. Inside the hotel, there are numerous restaurants with a delightful ambiance, making it a perfect choice for budget-conscious travelers seeking relaxation.

For those interested in soaking in hot springs, Ms. Mentaiko recommends “Yuen Shinjuku,” a rare hot spring hotel in the bustling area of Shinjuku. The interior design features a blend of modern Japanese style, creating a fashionable and sophisticated atmosphere. After a day of shopping in Shinjuku, returning to the hotel to unwind in the hot springs is a luxuri…

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