Cafe places where you can take a breather if you get tired of walking about town.
"Roppongi Hills" is an expansive 12.0 hectare site, which is about 8 times the space that Tokyo Dome covers. It features shopping areas and restaurants, as well as art galleries, movie theaters, apartments, offices, a park, and much more. Mori Tower has 52 floors and extends 250m above sea level. It has a 360-degree glass observation deck called "Tokyo City View", and the "Sky Deck" above that offers a wide open space with a complete panoramic view of Tokyo's cityscape.
Opened in 1958, this symbol of Tokyo, and of Japan itself, saw its 60th anniversary back in 2018. Located in Tokyo's Yamanote area, this 333m tall radio tower has both a main deck (150m high) and top deck (250m high) from which you can look out over Mt. Fuji, Mt. Tsukuba, and all of the Tokyo metropolis itself, making it a popular tourist spot not just among the Japanese, but with tourists from all around the world. The tower's 'Landmark Light' is widely acknowledged to have completely transformed Tokyo's nightscape, and together with the 'Diamond Veil' illuminations launched to mark the tower's 50th anniversary, they're able to paint all manner of pictures in Tokyo's night skyline. The tower's 'Foot Town' building is replete with services including cafes and souvenir shops, and also hosts a variety of events throughout the year, making the tower the perfect spot for a fun-filled day trip. The number of visitors to the tower's observation decks has surpassed the total population of Japan, breaking the 180 million people milestone in 2018. In June of 2013 the tower was officially recognized as tangible cultural property of Japan.
The Okura Tokyo
"Okura Prestige Tower", a high-rise building that incorporates a Japanese accent in the sophistication and dynamism of Tokyo, and the middle-class building "Okura", which weaves the essence of Japanese beauty everywhere and provides hospitality tailored to each person This luxury hotel consists of two buildings of the Heritage Wing.
Royal Indian Dining
Traditional north indian food, Halal meal and good cost performance party menu.
Hi-NODE (High Node)
Hi-NODE is a new facility facing Tokyo Bay that connects regions and regions, people and people, and now and the future. A lawn plaza surrounded by trees, a café and restaurant with a terrace overlooking the sea, and a bridge connecting sunrise to bamboo turf in fantastic light at night. Surrounded by the sea, although it is located in the city, this Hi-NODE creates a new relationship between the seaand the living.
Established in 1945, the museum houses 7000 items, mainly antique works, and teaware collected by the first generation businessman, Kaiichiro Nezu (founder of Tobu Railway). The garden, with a tea room, is known as one of the quietest and excellent gardens in Tokyo, taking advantage of the natural atmosphere, incorporating the mountain stream that runs on a slope. You can enjoy the changing leaves in the garden in the fall.
Chocolate bar Tokyo
Do you remember the happy feeling when you ate chocolate when you were a child? The fragrance and sweetness spread to the mouthful, and at that moment, all the tensions let the world feel like it was full of brilliance, chocolate. Please feel the excitement in the happy space "chocolate × baartoyo".
Tokyo Port City Takeshiba Office Tower
A new landmark in Takeshiba that opened on September 14, 2020. It is a large-scale complex with 40 floors above ground, and has not only offices, but also 21 restaurants, exhibition rooms, studios, halls, and other facilities. Skip Terrace, a symbol of the facility, is a relaxing space where you can feel nature while in the city center. As a "smart building" equipped with state-of-the-art technology throughout the building, it proposes new working style for office workers and comfortable use by guests.
WATERS Takeshiba is a waterfront multiplex with a rich natural environment located in front of the Hamarikyu Gardens. The facilities include a 26-floor tower, a theater relocated from the Gekidan Shiki 2nd Theater, a plaza, and a 10-floor parking lot. Other than offices, the building houses the luxury hotel "Mesm Tokyo, Autograph Collection", the first collaboration between JR East Japan Group's Nippon Hotel and Marriot International, the commercial facility "Atelier Takeshiba" which offers a space that satisfies your curiosity for new creative works with the vision of providing "A playground for the senses", the new theater of the Gekidan Shiki that has nurtured culture and art in Takeshiba for a long time, "JR East Japan Shiki Theater [Spring] [Autumn]", the "Takeshiba Wharf" that makes full use of the riverside environment, the "Takeshiba Mudflat", and more. We will continue to focus on developing the multiplex as a base from which to promote culture and art by making full use of the riverside environment.
They say that Naniwaya Sohonten was the first shop in Japan to think up the taiyaki (a fish-shaped pancake filled with bean jam). The shop is also famous for being the model for the hit song, "Swim! Mr. Taiyaki." The shop's taiyaki, filled to its tail with lightly seasoned an, is very popular. The line of people waiting for the freshly-baked items never ends anytime soon. This new shop opened in 2007. The taiyaki shop itself is on the first floor. The food-and-drink space on the second floor has about 20 seats and a menu for meals and desserts.
Arisugawa Palace Memorial Park
It is a Japan garden with a very good nature in the place where there was the shimoyashiki of the Asano family famous for Chushingura. It became the shimoyashiki of the Morioka clan Southern House in the Edo period, and went through the site of the Arisugawa Miyagai and Takamatsu House, and was lift down as a park site in Tokyo City at that time in 1934. More than 100 sakura trees are planted in the park, and all 11 types of Someiyoshino and Satcherry are introduced to the Guide board next to the Tokyo Metropolitan Central Library, "Sakura of Arisugawa Omiya Memorial Park". In the park, you can enjoy seasonal flowers such as dogwood and hydrangea, as well as plum blossoms and flower Kiyotaka Shobuda.
Shinagawa Season Terrace
Shinagawa Season Terrace is a success of applying 3D urban planning to a cooperative public and private large-scale development between the Tokyo Metropolis and four private companies: NTT Urban Development Corporation, Taisei Corporation, Hulic Co, and Tokyo City Development Co. The lower floors abound in a variety of shops and restaurants, as well as distributed conference halls, and adjoining the building is 3.5 hectares of open green space where the greenery and waterfront scenery changes from season to season. By creating a landscape of harmonious abundance while bringing all the advantages of a center for business to a place to foster community, it is contributing greatly to the regional community.
Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum
In the 8th year of the Showa era, the art museum was opened in the Former Residence of Prince Asaka. The architecture and garden together are treated as a work of art, the building adopting the art deco style that was at its height of prosperity in the early 20th century. The doors in the front entrance hall and chandeliers in the former great dining hall were made by Rene Lalique, master of Art Deco glass. Until it was opened to the public in the 58th year of the Showa era, it was called "illusory architecture." The silver guest house was used as lodging for special guests from abroad, up until it became an art museum. In the spacious garden, there is also a large cherry tree to delight visitors. It is also possible to visit the garden only, which is introduced by photos of seasonal landscapes on the official website. In each season, there are flowers to enjoy. It is also possible to visit the garden only. Please refer to the seasonal flower calendar on the official website.
Tokyo Midtown has a wide variety of places, including shopping centers, office buildings, hotels, art museums, event halls, medical institutions, parking lots, and parks.
The National Art Center, Tokyo
This beautiful spot combines the characteristic museum building created by the late Kisho Kurosawa, a world-renowned architect, and rows of cherry blossom trees outside.
Minato City Local History Museum
Displays documents, old literature, Ukiyo-e art, folk equipment, and more excavated from ruins on the city grounds. In the "Please Touch the Exhibits Room", there are skeletons of the Minke Whale and Jomon pottery on display.
Minato Ward Office
JR Yamanote Line Hamamatsucho station The north exit is 10 minutes walk, Subway Asakusa Line, Oedo line Daimon station A6 Exit 5 minute walk, Mita line Onarimon station A2 exit is 5 minutes walk. In front of the ward office, you can see the statue of Peace.
Akasaka Palace (the State Guest House)
Akasaka Palace was built in the 42d year of the Meiji Era (1909) as the Palace for the Crown Prince. It was renovated in the 49th year of the Showa Era (1974) and established as the nation's State Guest House. The Palace of Versailles was used as a reference for Akasaka Palace's magnificent exterior, which is based upon the colors white and blue. Akasaka Palace receives many VIPs and has become a venue for summits. It is presently open to the public throughout the year.
Tokyo Metropolitan Central Library
This is a Tokyo Metropolitan library in the Arisugawa Miya Memorial Park. By the prescribed procedure, you can use the computer that is installed in the building. There is also a café restaurant on the 5th and 1st floors where you can take a snack.