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July 24, 2004
My mother loved the word 'civil' as in 'he is a very civil person.’ The Japanese are very civil, very kind and very hospitable. There is a degree of kindness that one usually doesn't find in a big city hotel. A real concern that you have the food you wish to eat, that it is prepared as you like and that you enjoy eating it. Even with people waiting for tables, you aren't rushed. The table is yours as long as you want it.
This restaurant is open from 5am to 11:30pm with 24 hour 'In Room Dining' filling in the closed hours.
From journal Tokyo, Never Enough Time!
Even though the buffet breakfast on the second floor restaurant was included in our room charge, I preferred to order room service. The cheerful woman who delivered our order was always a pleasant way to start the day. A full breakfast cost about US$30 and a cheeseburger about US$12. The ice was free. No charge for the coffee and tea service unless you used the French drip coffee, which was about $4. All in all, it was a very pleasant experience and a part of enjoying a really fine hotel.
April 28, 2004
From journal Tokyo Japan
April 14, 2004
From journal Tokyo Trip