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Closed listing[edit]

It really is closed--along with some other places too. Ted 01:04, 27 August 2010 (EDT)

  • An anonymous user reported that the following listing has been closed. I am copying it here just in case. – Vidimian 04:50, 22 June 2010 (EDT)
    • Yahoo Cafe, Shinagawa Prince Executive Tower, 7th floor. Unfortunately, this cafe closed on May 31, 2010. The Executive Tower has also been renamed the Annex Tower. You will need to purchase a drink. After purchasing a drink, you would need to fill out a form with your name and your address at the front desk. You will receive a USB key. This place has very good and friendly (English speaking) service and personnel, but the laptops have very small keyboards, with keys unusually close together - so it is a bit hard to type. Camera available on some of the computers. Available printing: Regular at ¥30 and Color at ¥150. Coffee/Tea/Coke are priced about ¥500.  edit

How to organize Eat in such a sprawling district[edit]

Could someone please take a look at what I've done with the Budget section of Eat? I know it doesn't really follow the template, but just trying to make the information more useful. It's a couple minutes walk just from the East to West exits of the station, plus there is quite a bit inside the station. Lumping them all into single Budget list seemed like it might be difficult to navigate-especially if I get around to adding more entries.

I might have done the wrong thing recently by splitting off Talk:Tokyo/Gotanda and just want to see what people think before I go further.

This does raise a few issues about the pesky old Shinagawa district as a whole though. I'm not sure how well this kind of organization will hold up over time-especially to cover farther flung parts of the district such as Osaki or Togoshi-Ginza. And, the station itself is in Minato-ku anyway.

Thanks!

Ted 01:02, 27 August 2010 (EDT)

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