The rear entrance, a small path lined with bamboo groves leading out of the hotel. I encountered a couple having their wedding photos taken here, likely a day or even hours before their wedding ceremony that was bound to take place in the hotel ballroom. I guess it’s a popular spot for couples, since this area makes for a good background and atmosphere.
Buildings that can be seen upon exiting from the path and just going down the road.
The intersection right before one of the entrance into the subway station.
住んでいたのホテルは ホテル オクラ 東京。ホテルの周りは静かで、落ち着けるの場所だったな。シルバーウィークだからかもしれなくて、道にいる人は本当に少ない。ホテルに住んでいるの人はほとんど日本人で、観光客は多くなかった。
The hotel I resided in was Hotel Okura Tokyo, which is located in Roppongi-itchome. The area around the hotel is pretty quiet and calm, likely due to it being their holiday week. There weren’t many people out and about on the streets here as well, and there were few tourists around. Most of the people who stayed at the hotel were in fact, Japanese. There were a couple of embassies in the vicinity, with the US, Swedish and Spanish embassies located just within a stone’s throw.