Guide to Tokyo w/ Peninsula Hotels

LA blogger Tania Sarin traveling in tokyo wearing red pants

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I was super fortunate for the opportunity to visit the Peninsula Hotel in Tokyo and was treated like royalty during my stay. After a very long flight over I was picked up in a 7 series at the airport. I was a little nervous leading up to this trip seeing it was my first time traveling abroad alone, but they made me feel at home from the get go. I was put in a deluxe suite that had a huge closet/changing room.  I woke up every morning to a super delicious breakfast in bed that started the day off so amazing. This was the best start to what turned out to be a great trip!








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Where to eat/drink:


-Cafe kitsune- small quaint place with a real trendy vibe, a spot where all the fashion people gravitate towards 😉

-Yoku moku- they’re known for their amazing cakes and cookies

-Toranomon koffee- really amazing ‘koffee’ 🙂

-The roastery- amazing selection of great coffee!

-Anniverarie cafe- if you’re in the mood for a cool french cafe in Tokyo, this is the place to go! Great for people watching in Omotesando as well.


Peter @ The Peninsula Tokyo- Had The Grill 4 course meal, it was SO delicious.

-Akanoren ramen: The BEST ramen I have ever had!


-Bar piano -This super sexy luxurious place is a super cool spot to visit. It is super tiny and fits like

6-7 people. It has a super cool vibe with its red lights and very Parisian look, I really enjoyed this


Places to see:

-Tsukiji Fish market- the tuna auction was super cool to watch

-Tokyo skytree- what a beautiful view!

-Senso-ji temple- everything you hope to see in Tokyo!

-Exhibit in ginza: The Ginza is having a Gucci four room exhibit this month on the 7th floor that I

had the privilege to visit. This was a super cool, unique experience that I recommend anyone visit

if they have a chance. It’s super chic and if you’re in Tokyo in the near future it goes on until

November 27th.

-Harajuku – a must see in Tokyo!

-Imperial palace garden- the most unreal garden with such beautiful views

-Shibuya- the city overall is unreal and almost like New York on steroids!

Where to shop:

-Ginza  – amazing high end shopping:))

– Dover Street Market – My favorite store, hands down! 

-Omotensando – great shops, cafes, and restaurants

-Daikenyama – great vintage shopping

*For cash- try 711 or the airport

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