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Plenty of room at the inn

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Few lights on means many reservations have been canceled and occupancy rate is very low at one of Tokyo’s most popular hotels, the Grand Hyatt, in Roppongi on Wednesday night.

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I was scheduled to go to the Tokyo area this weekend to see my lovely daughter's university graduation. I was looking forward to a nice three- day weekend. Unfortunately, the graduation ceremony was cancelled, so I won't be going. I'll stay here in Iwate (which has yet to register its first case of Corona - other than the beer).

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Talking about a different Grand Hyatt but I remember several years ago I went to a top floor bar of the Grand Hyatt Shinjuku because a friend from the U.S. loved the Lost in Translation movie. It cost like 2000yen to enter then another 2000yen for a drink. Hotel rates were at the cheapest around 70,000yen. I am curious about the rates now that they have less customers.

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YR, congrats to your daughter.

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I’m so sorry to hear that. A friend’s daughter’s high school graduation ceremony was canceled. They are able to go to school to obtain their diplomas but the schools says no picture taking and gathering with friends allowed.

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Talking about a different Grand Hyatt but I remember several years ago I went to a top floor bar of the Grand Hyatt Shinjuku because a friend from the U.S. loved the Lost in Translation movie. It cost like 2000yen to enter then another 2000yen for a drink. Hotel rates were at the cheapest around 70,000yen. I am curious about the rates now that they have less customers.

It's the Park Hyatt

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