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Places where you can enjoy shopping for everything from daily necessities to souvenirs.

Roppongi Hills

6-10-1 Roppongi, Minato City, Tokyo

"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.

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Minato-ku Tourist Information Center

3F Concourse, Hamamatsucho Station, Tokyo Monorail, 2-4-12 Hamamatsucho, Minato-ku

Minato-ku Tourist Information Center is located at Hamamatsucho Station on the Tokyo Monorail. The staff speak english (Korean daily) and provide information on various tourist information, restaurants, transportation and accommodation in Minato-ku. We also sell goods from minato-ku tourism association.

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Confectionery Ji Shinshodo

4-27-2 Shimbashi, Minato-ku, Tokyo

The specialty of the shop in the ruins of Tamura Right Kyotao residence, which asano uchi takuto was hungry in Chushingura, is also named "In the Middle of The Cut" It is the one that the bean jam is scissored so as to start between the skins. It is full of volume in the fertilization. Other products also have a sense of naming and a twist on the taste. "In the midst of the economic rise" is a lucky small-format type. It is used brown sugar for the bean paste wishing for the surplus, and there is richness.

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Mori Tower, Toranomon Hills

1-23-1 Toranomon, Minato City, Tokyo

A Tokyo landmark with world class facilities. It brings together offices, a hotel, a spa, apartments, shops and restaurants.

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Aqua City Odaiba

1-7-1 Daiba, Minato City, Tokyo

This shopping center boasts 130 diverse shops, which include the largest multiplex in the city, and "Ramen Kokugikan", a famous Odaiba attraction.

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ARK HILLS (ARK Mori Building)

1-12-32 Akasaka, Minato City, Tokyo

A complex city, ARK HILLS, where offices, hotels, residences, a concert hall and a studio gather, has four high-rise buildings. It can be referred to as an independent intelligent city which integrates business, life and culture, and it received the 1st Intelligent Building Award, which is given to excellent information buildings. As a symbol of Suntory Hall which stands in ARK HILLS, the monument "Hibiki" is placed in a space at the center. Cherry blossom trees at Sakura-zaka and Spain-slope surrounding ARK HILLS have many visitors every year. (Lit up for cherry blossom viewing at night)

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Tokyo Tower

4-2-8 Shibakoen, Minato City, Tokyo

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.

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Oak Village Aoyama

Aoykuma 1F, 3-4-3 Kita-Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo

It is a directly managed shop of furniture and accessories with a workshop in Hida Takayama. We are particular about solid wood made of all domestic wood, and we are working on manufacturing that can be used for a long time based on the philosophy of "wood that has grown up over 100 years is something that can be used for 100 years". In addition to standard furniture such as tables, chairs, sofas, etc., we will produce the desired items such as storage shelves by order. We also design and construct buildings such as stores and houses. "Nono Aoyma", which has a shop, is a place rich in nature, and you can enjoy walking.

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DECKS Tokyo Beach

1-6-1 Daiba, Minato City, Tokyo

A theme park on a ship DECKS Tokyo Beach is a shopping center with a ship as its motif. It has an open terrace with a wooden deck that looks like the deck of a ship. Decorations throughout the building will remind you of ships. Strolling along the deck while enjoying the sea breeze, you will feel like being on a luxury cruise ship cruising around Tokyo Bay. You can get to enjoy your meals and shopping. You can find your favorite stores! Shopping & Dining There are about 90 specialty stores and restaurants at DECKS Tokyo Beach. In addition to popular stores that carry outdoor equipment, street clothes, and children's clothing, there are many general merchandise stores that offer interesting items and perfect souvenirs of Tokyo and Odaiba. Cafes and fast food restaurants along with a variety of Japanese, Western, and Chinese restaurants offer a variety of food and beverage options. Enjoy a meal or popular sweets with a view of Tokyo Bay. A wide range of indoor entertainment facilities There are four theme parks: TOKYO-JOYPOLIS, LEGOLAND DISCOVERY CENTER Tokyo, Madame Tussauds Tokyo, and TOKYO TRICK ART MUSEUM. In addition, there are the Odaiba Takoyaki Museum, which features popular takoyaki restaurants from all over Japan, and the retro-style Daiba 1-chome Shopping Street. You can spend a whole day there. A number of facilities are open for families, couples, and friends to enjoy all day long. “Odaiba Illumination ’YAKEI,’” one of the best night view spots in Tokyo. DECKS Tokyo Beach features “Odaiba Illumination ’YAKEI,’” a year-round presentation of lights that is rare in Japan. The Daiba Memorial Tree is one of the largest trees in Tokyo made with live trees, with a total length of approximately 200 meters and a height of approximately 20 meters. The fantastic presentation of lights with the Rainbow Bridge and Tokyo Tower in the background is also popular as one of the best spots in Tokyo to get a panoramic view of the night scenery of Tokyo Bay. Pets: Accepted only in some stores Languages available: English, Chinese, Korean

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The Okura Tokyo

2-10-4 Toranomon, Minato-ku

"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.

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Tokyo Port Brewery

4-7-10 Shiba, Minato City, Tokyo

Revived from a brewery that had stopped operating 100 years ago, this is the only brewery in the Minato district. During the end of the Edo period, as home to a group of kayakabe (that practiced Amida Buddhism in secret), Shiba became the stage of the peaceful handover of the Edo Castle to imperial forces. As the back parlor of the store was historically where (the Meiji Restoration revolutionaries) Saigo Takamori, Katsu Kaishu, Yamaoka Tesshu, and Takahashi Deishu had clandestine meetings about the takeover of Edo Castle, their unfiltered sake is unapologetically called "Edo Kaijo (Castle Takeover)". The sake "Gou (PLUM)" made for women uses hibiscus and plum extracts and has a beautiful light pink hue. Tastes great on the rocks or mixed with soda, it is sustainably produced and consumed in Shiba.

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Akasaka Aono

7-11-9 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo

The Japanese confectionery shop has been established in Akasaka for over 100 years. The signboard product is "Akasaka mochi" which wrapped rice cake with small furoshiki. Although this style is now common, it is said that it was born by the ingenuity of Aono third generation. Only carefully selected materials such as red beans, soybeans, brown sugar and salt are used. There is also a service for wrapping paper and seasonal bags tailored to the application.

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Shin Hashitama Kikiya Honten

1-8-5 Shimbashi, Minato-ku, Tokyo

In the second year of Amaki, he founded the "zazen Beans" in the house. Trade name is derived from the original Nanbei was also known as the Tamaki Village of Echigo. The third generation Nanbei, focusing on the fishermen of Tsukuda Island was selling boiled small fish, accompanied by a unique flavor, devised a complete "boiled" in three beats of taste, aroma, and gloss. The name of Tamaki-ya spread to Edo City. At the end of the Meiji period, there were also anecdotes of two or more rows of customers seeking "zazen beans." "Tamoya Nanbei" is now the ninth generation. I opened a new land with the additive-free "white Tsukudani". It is the reason why the tradition of "Tamaki-ya" cannot be faded only by the enterprising shop making.

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Kameyama Candle House

4-25-12 Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo

Cherry brassam, sweet peas, etc., the inside of the shop is full of cute and spring-like scented candles that make you want to decorate your room. There is also a candle class, so please join us.

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Minato-ku Shopping Street Federation

3f, 1-5-25 Shiba Koen, Minato-ku, Tokyo

The Minato-ku shopping street Federation consists of a member shopping association in Minato Ward. Through various initiatives, such as the launch of the "Common gift Certificate" and "Commercial Festival Theatre", we have been working with people in Minato Ward who are always familiar with the shops in Minato-ku.

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Aoyama Hanamo Florist

3 Chome, Kita-Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo 12-9

People love flowers. In any age and any area, people appreciate the beauty of flowers. We Aoyama Hanamo Florist provide “real precious flower experience” for our customers with pride of one of top quality florists in Japan. We has been making steady efforts to sell the most beautiful flowers and blooms, since our establish in 1904.

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Torakor Akasaka Store

4-9-22 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo

Toran was founded in Kyoto in the late Muromachi period. It has been able to run the confectionery shop for five centuries. From the reign of Emperor Yosei (1586 to 1611), the Imperial Palace is served. Along with the Tokyo Capital in Meiji 2, the store in Kyoto enters Tokyo as it is, and it leads to the present as it is accompanied by the emperor. The Akasaka store reopened in October 2018. In the second floor of the shop, you can choose from staple Yokan to seasonal sweets, store-limited products, and more in a spacious store. In the third floor of the Toraya-Ka dormitory, we prepare a meal menu that uses the ingredients of Japanese sweets, such as sweet beans and tsukune IMO, made at the shop place in the store. There is also a gallery in the basement, and we will hold exhibitions and events related to Japanese sweets and Japan culture, and a material exhibition by the confectionery library and the Toraya Bunko.

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Shibashinmei Eitaro

1-4-14 Shibadaimon, Minato City, Tokyo

Established in the 18th year of the Meiji era, this shop is a branch store of Eitaro Sohonpo. It was opened by an employee of the parent store, with their support. The character of the area is reflected in the name 'shiba,' or 'lawn,' as there were many cultivated intellectuals living there. Our representative confectionery, a type of monaka, was given the name "Enoshima" by one such person, Koyo Ozaki. In addition, the typeface on the shopfront signage is by Taro Okamoto, further strengthening ties to previous generations.

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Akiiro-an Osaka house

3-1-9 Mita, Minato-ku, Tokyo

The history of the Osaka family is in Tokyo, so why is the "Ohsaka house"? A lot of fire and precious materials have been burnt down, and unfortunately the details remain unclear, but I know that in the old days, I was doing business in the Osaka front. And, it is guessed in the wind that it moves to Edo for some reason, and it reaches the present age. The founding of the Edo period was the original-Lu year (1688 – 1703), and it became th seventeenth by the current shopkeeper approximately 300 years ago. The thing at that time is Shu Yaman "half-day Talk", Yanagitei Tanhiko "ring soul Paper Fee", and the name is kept in a lot of old books such as "Edo Shopping Germany Guide (Hitori Annai)". At the time of its founding, trade name was Osakaya offers, and until Meiji 27, we had a shop in Nihonbashi Komami town. At that time, it was between Horie-cho and Komami-machi, and it was operating in the district called the Treri Town (embarrassed town) that the footwear shop and the umbrella shop were lined up a lot. At that time, I had the title of Ise Dai Daijo (Ise Daijo). This title seems to have been the one given from Kyoto by the one which was as a class of the national Tsukasa set up by the Great Treasure Ordinance. There is Osakaya offers Ise Dai Daijo and the fear confectionery in the small-town 1-chome, and it multi the person who does not know the name in any thing, and the large daijo and the person who is, and is. = = = (excerpts from the "remaining forgotten" by Shigeru Kite potato) In this way, the name "Daijo" was widely known as the nickname of Osakaya offers at that time. Then, it was burnt out by caught at the time of the fifteenth generation, and the current was sent to the Kinsugi bridge in Shiba, Minato-ku, Tokyo, and detail continued business. Then, it encounters the Great Kanto Earthquake in September, 1923, and it has burnt down the shop again when the forecast of the outlook of the business was renewed when the store name was changed to the Osaka House in the sixteenth generation. After that, the sixteenth generation worries about the place of the departure from Mita or Jiyugaoka, and it is settled in the present Mita after all. After that, it has reached the present in the favor of the one that the shop was burnt again by the air raid on May 26, 1945.

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Maruman

1-11-1 Nishi-Shinbashi, Minato-ku, Tokyo

Since the establishment of Showa 22, the streets of Shimbashi and Toranomon have changed in a variety of ways, but with a commitment to homemade bean jam, we aim to be a store that customers will be pleased by delivering the unchanged taste of Japanese sweets such as Kuribun and Dorayaki.

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Chocolate bar Tokyo

2-3-17 Moento Shiodome 1f, Higashi Shimbashi, Minato-ku, 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".

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Tokyo Port City Takeshiba Office Tower

7th No. 1 Kaigan 1-chome, Minato-ku, Tokyo

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.

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WATERS Takeshiba

1-10-30 Kaigan, Minato City, Tokyo

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.

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Paris Ogawaken Shinbashi Branch

Shinbashi Ekimae Building 1, 2-20-15 Shinbashi, Minato City, Tokyo

Since beginning manufacturing raisinwiches, Paris Ogawaken have sought to pursue the perfect balance between cookies, raisins, and cream. Everyday at the company's own factory in Meguro, they check the condition of all the ingredients, including flour, prepare the dough and conduct temperature control, and meticulously check how well it is baked, delivering their products to their customers with confidence and pride.

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Torindo, Aoyama Main Store

1F Hulic Aoyama Bldg., 3-6-12 Kita-Aoyama, Minato City, Tokyo

Established in Yao, Osaka in 1925. This store was opened in 1979 and has been open ever since. This is a Japanese confectionery store in front of Omotesando Station that is rooted in a strong passion to offer delicious handmade desserts made from fresh made-in-Japan root vegetables and fruits. The shop is composed of the Japanese confectionery retail store (1st floor) and the gallery (1st & 2nd floor). At the Japanese confectionery store, you can enjoy the "mini taiyaki" which is filled with coarse sweet bean paste made from Tanba Dainagon azuki red beans from the head to the tail as well as the "fresh soft red bean jelly (summer only)" which allows you to enjoy the 2 distinct flavors of nonthermal sterilized azuki red beans and Matcha. They also sell many other seasonal confectioneries that use fresh made-in-Japan fruits and vegetables, such as the "GOCHICA". The gallery is open 6 days a week from Tuesday to Sunday, with displays and sales by potters, lacquerware makers, painters, dressmakers, metalworkers, and more. (Please check our Instagram account for the gallery schedule)

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