Tokyo (Part 1. Andon Ryokan Hotel)

My handbags brand GLUSH/ attended a trade fair RoomsLINK Tokyo and thus I had a work trip to Japan last week. It was my 7th or 8th time to Tokyo but every single time it’s magical. So much is happening at various corners – a few days weren’t enough to explore.

I’m gonna split up the sharing into different parts here, starting with this interesting hostel-like hotel called Andon Ryokan Tokyo Hotel, 5mins walk from Minowa Station. Slightly further out from the city center, but it’s just 30mins train from Shibuya.

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This is the entrance of the hotel, note the lights – it’s like a living installation – rooms with lights on will show from the outside of the building.

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It is on a beautiful quiet street within a residential area.

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Your flipflops at your door… all guests have to share bathrooms, as the rooms are just a room… see below.    rooms_01

I’ve never stayed in a self-service hotel but this was kind of fun =) They have a jacuzzi as well on the 4th floor but too bad I had a rush schedule every day and didn’t try it out.

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The amazing part of the building is the roof! These steep stairs are the way to the top.

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We brought our breakfast up (yes, self-serviced) and this was the view, overlooking Skytree Tower.

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Tokyo Panorama Table it was!

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Hat: H&M

Cape Jacket: Sass & Bide (Electric Sekki)

Houndstooth Jacket: H&M

Houndstooth Flare Shorts: Vintage

Orange Flats: Jimmy Choo

Shades: Creature de Keis

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Postcards all sent! The crystal ones are from an amazing exhibition I went to during the trip. The artist grew some of the crystals himself! I will share more in the coming post,  stay tuned!

xxx

g.

As a daughter of an entrepreneur and being one herself, Grace has lived and learned all sides of creating and growing businesses. She is excited to bring all that life experience as well as 7 years of crafting content to G Edition, her very own edition of experience sharing in work and travel. She is a full-time bag designer and manufacturer, part-time traveler, and a lover of creative crafts.

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