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The pleasure of Kagurazaka: The Agnes Hotel

The best little hotel in Tokyo

No matter if you are a first time visitor or a veteran, The Agnes Hotel and Apartments is a pleasure. A small hotel with an excellent bar and restaurant, the elegant Kagurazaka quarter is there for you to explore. It is a 5 minute walk from Iidabashi Station served by the JR Sobu Line and 4 metro lines.

Make sure you have a map. Even long-time taxi drivers have no idea where it is.

Take a look: http://agneshotel.com/. Give them a call. Tell them you are friends of Woody and CoCo.

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Woody

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