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Tokyo! Just marvel at the skyscrapers! The lights! The technology! The Japanese capital is no small wonder compared to other great cities and becomes even more enriching to tourists as more of it is explored. With a perfect balance between culture, technology, and history, Tokyo has become a global center of societal advancement and achievement. The only possible factor that could impede your once-in-a-lifetime experience in this immersive city is, of course, your baggage. Take advantage of our efficient, reliable, and accessible luggage storage services in Tokyo in order to dispel as many material concerns as possible during your trip to the Land of the Rising Sun. For your judgment, we present Luggage Storage Tokyo.
Vertoe provides five components that are essential to customer satisfaction:
Firstly, Vertoe provides an easy way to book luggage storage, either through our website or our mobile app.
Secondly, Vertoe luggage storage spaces are spread out through Tokyo in some really interesting neighborhoods such as Asakusa, which retains the beautiful classic architecture of Old Tokyo.
Thirdly, our customers will have the most affordable services, with prices of only JP¥700 per item per day of storage. Booking two or three items will cost JP¥1400 and JP¥2100 respectively (approximately $13 and $19.50 respectively). Note that payment is usually made with a credit card, and cash is rarely used in transactions other than for on-site location fees. For customers who wish to be more expeditious, we have our selection of exclusive premium stores.
Fourthly, Vertoe makes the security and privacy of your items its topmost priority. Vertoe boasts four locations throughout Tokyo with easy accessibility. Each of these locations is verified by Vertoe and 100% reliable. To further ensure the security of stored luggage, Vertoe has a few extra security measures. At no extra cost, each bag is fitted with a specialized tamper-proof seal, to prevent it from being opened during storage. In addition, all Vertoe bookings are covered by an insurance of $5000.
Finally, Vertoe’s policy towards the duration of each individual booking is extremely flexible. Clients may store their baggage in Vertoe baggage storage service for any length of time, and as an extra bonus, some Vertoe clients may be eligible to receive special discounts for weekly or monthly bookings. Booking week-long storage and month-long storage with Vertoe will make you eligible for discounts of 15% and 30% off luggage storage, respectively.
Haneda Airport is one of the busiest airports in the world. With its sprawling terminals and travelers from all over the world, it's clearly not an ideal spot to hold your bags.
Asakusa: Thanks to the service provided by Vertoe, visitors to this airport have the option of selecting from our many locations. If you wish for an authentic Japanese experience, there is no place better to start than in this cultural center. Located approximately 18 km from Haneda Airport, this neighborhood is famous for its architecture reminiscent of old Tokyo, its bookstores, and its souvenir shops.
Locations: With three to use, this neighborhood is quite possibly the most convenient area to store luggage. While two are located 12 miles from the airport, the third baggage storage service mentioned is located approximately 13 miles away from the airport.
Why store here? A flight to Tokyo is bound to be tiring and monotonous, and experiencing Haneda Airport after stepping off of a day-long journey may be overwhelming. Where better to drop your bags and finally relax in this beautiful neighborhood. A short drive away, authentic sights and experiences, 100% reliable and efficient service, what else could you ask for?
Tokyo Station is much more than a mere train station in Chiyoda. Along with being a hub of transportation, it's a prime sightseeing spot, a center of business, and an important part of Tokyo's growth into the modernized metropolis it is today. The station itself serves as the gateway from Tokyo to the rest of Japan. Its network of Shinkansen railways allows speedy travel to the Japanese countryside, and its numerous buses are a feasible way for travelers to get around the city faster. Every inch of this urban nexus constitutes an adventure for clients looking to travel and explore Tokyo, and it is always best to do so without your bags.
Asakusa-Chiyoda Area: In order for our clients to fully devote their attention to take in all the sights and sounds of Tokyo’s core, there are a pair of locations conveniently located a mile away from Tokyo Station. These locations have many charming bookstores and souvenir shops in their surroundings.
East Asakusa: There is another Vertoe luggage storage, which is two miles away.
Northern Tokyo: Further north, there is a Vertoe luggage storage service approximately five miles away which could be useful to clients who wish to explore the entire neighborhood. Visiting Tokyo’s most active district can be overwhelming and chaotic sometimes. However, you can eliminate the risk of damaging or losing luggage during your visit by storing it in any of our surrounding Vertoe stores.
Vertoe provides a quick, efficient method to book luggage storage with the following simple easy steps.
Without the burden of carrying around personal belongings, the possibilities and opportunities in Tokyo are endless. The activities in Tokyo can range from cultural tours to sightseeing, to experiencing technological marvels such as the bullet train. We've taken the liberty of listing some interesting activities to do in Tokyo although there are countless other enjoyable venues in Tokyo. Travel sites such as TripAdvisor LLC can be helpful to find more activities.
One thing that Japan is famous for is it's stunning and awe-inspiring cherry blossoms. Tokyo boasts some of the best cherry blossom tours in Japan. If your trip to Tokyo falls between late March to early April, you can enjoy the beautiful cherry blossoms in its full bloom. Some popular cherry blossom spots are Shinjuku Gyoen, Ueno Park, Chidorigafuchi, Sumida Park, Yoyogi Park, Asukayama Park, Meguro River, Inokashira Park, Koishikawa Korakuen, and Aoyama Cemetry. All these spots are located in the central part of Tokyo.
For those who prefer an experience that involves excitement, the bullet trains (Shinkansen) of Japan awaits to whisk you to the farthest edges of the region. The Shinkansen is a network of high-speed railway lines that connects Tokyo to other major cities. They run at speeds of up to 320km/hr and are known for their punctuality, comfort, safety, and efficiency.
For those travelers who wish to explore Japanese culture more intimately, Tokyo's Samurai Museum will amaze you with stories of blood, feudal wars, and honor. It's filled with enriching history and will give you an insight into Japanese culture. On top of that, the museum boasts an impressive collection of authentic Samurai armor, robes, and weapons. Plus there are educational tours, workshops, and exciting sword battle performances. The Japanese believe that honor is more important than their own lives. Pay the museum a visit, whether it's for the history or an opportunity to appreciate Japanese craftsmanship.
For relaxation, visit the Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden, a lush and serene park with plenty of open spaces to sit and be pleased and enjoy the beautiful green environment. It's one of the largest and popular parks in Tokyo. It's also one of the best spots to enjoy pretty cherry blossom sights. It has three different types of gardens - the Japanese Landscape Garden, the French garden, and the English Landscape Garden.
Take a bus tour of Tokyo, marvel at the skyscrapers, and the architecture.
As the sun starts to set, head down to the lovely Tokyo beaches to drink in majestic views of the Pacific Ocean swathed in an orange sunset glow.
Perhaps you might be in a mood for dinner at the Ninja Akasaka, where English is commonly spoken. This is one of the best ninja-themed entertainment restaurants where you can enjoy luxury Japanese food.
Also, visit Tokyo’s trendy Robot Restaurant. Everyone wants to see high-tech equipment and neon lights, and this facility is the perfect place to witness Japanese technology at its finest. It's one of Tokyo's popular tourist attractions that combines robots, dragons, ninjas, blue-haired dancers, drums, neon lights, and loud music. How many people in 2020 can say they’ve been served dinner by a robot? You can now be the few lucky ones in that category.
Sumo Wrestling is a world-famous sport, and now you are in Japan, the home of this exhilarating sport. There are several Sumo tournaments that occur in Tokyo at specific times, notably in Ryogoku. Official sumo wrestling tournaments occur six times a year. Sumo Wrestling is the national sport of Japan.
For another blast of the neo-Japanese technological world, visit the Mori Digital Art Museum. Get ready and be dazzled at several visual spectacles that can only be created with the futuristic, bleeding-edge software that Japan has to offer. About 520 computers and 470 projectors are used to create an experience to stimulate all your 5 senses. The art displayed is dynamic, is constantly in motion, and changes from time to time. The two popular installations are the Crystal World and the Forest of Resonating Lamps. The Crystal Room is a room full of mirrors and dazzling, colorful LEDs. While the Forest of Resonating Lamps has lanterns of ever-changing colors. They also have an installation for kids called the Athletics Forest, which is a digital art playground.
If you enjoy the Old Tokyo vibe, visit the Senso-Ji Temple. Senso-Ji is the oldest Buddhist temple and also has Tokyo's biggest souvenir market. This temple is the most famous and photographed temple in Tokyo. This sacred monument was built to honor the Japanese goddess of mercy and compassion, Kannon-Sama (Kanzeon Bosatsu). There are several train stations and hotels in this area. A reservation can easily be made for the latter.
The most iconic building in Tokyo is the Tokyo Skytree. Tokyo Skytree is the tallest tower in the world and the second tallest structure after the Burj Khalifa. The structure has defined the Tokyo skyline for a decade and has been a symbol of Japanese pride and wealth. The highlight of Tokyo Skytree is its two observation decks. The first observation deck is 350 meters high and the second is at 450 meters. Visitors have a unique opportunity to visit the observation deck or the gallery in this famous skyscraper. Once you ascend the spire, you'll find some views that are true to kill for. The observation decks are some of the highest in the world. Enjoy great city views including Mt. Fuji.
Visit some famous Tokyo train stations such as Kyoto Station. The efficient station staff and ticket system are sure to interest you.
Walk around Shibuya, and explore Tokyo's commercial center. This area is also known as one of the fashion centers and a major nightlife area.
When in Tokyo, do take the time to visit Tokyo Disneyland. It's the first Disneyland set up outside of America. Immerse yourself in the Magic Kingdom and get lost in all the fantasies and fairy tale stories that everyone loves.
Exploring this city in depth is a unique experience, and our luggage storage service is the key to making it a truly unforgettable experience.