ROPPONGI

Neighborhood in Tokyo

Best known for its lavish buildings, entertainment and vibrant nightlife, Roppongi is where you'll find many bars, luxe hotels and nightclubs, making it a popular area among the expat community (we even ran into a friend from NYC while walking around!) Here, you can explore and appreciate the modern side of Tokyo through its shopping, museums, theatres and incredible views of the skyline and Tokyo Tower from the Tokyo City View (Sky Deck)

Roppongi Hills

Tokyo’s oldest temple located at the historic center of Asakusa area. Take photos of an iconic Kaminarimon gate, stroll down Nakamise Street

 

Nakamise Street

 

Ueno Park

Spacious public park (the first one ever in Japan) famous for cherry blossom viewing, with a zoo (Ueno Zoo), art galleries, museums, temples, and more

Japan’s tallest structure, this observation deck spans over 3 floors and offers 360° panoramic views of the city. Around the base of the SkyTree there’s also a huge shopping complex with a planetarium, aquarium, and over 300 shops and restaurants.

 

Narrow shopping street connecting the front gate and the main hall of Sensoji temple. It’s filled with local shops and food stalls -a great place to taste local treats. 

Tokyo Skytree

Sumida Park

Beautiful park located along Sumida River, with scenic view of Tokyo’s downtown area. It’s one of best cherry blossom viewing spots in Tokyo, with over 700 cherry blossom trees in addition to a selection of other plants and flowers

Sumo Morning Practice

The Sumo district, Ryogoku is located next to Asakusa, and there are many Sumo training rooms located in the area where guests can enter and watch wrestlers’ morning practices

Kappabash

This street is lined with hundreds of stores, dealing only with kitchen utilities and restaurant materials. If you love cooking, it’s the best place to shop in Tokyo

TO EAT

TO DRINK

TO SHOP

Dover Street Market

high fashion, streetwear

Kit Kat Chocolatory & Cafe

candy store, cafe 


Ginza Six

department store

Tokyu Plaza Ginza (東急プラザ銀座)

shopping mall

Mitsukoshi

department store

Ginza Itoya (銀座伊東屋)

18-floor stationary store

Atmos Ginza

sneaker store

TO STAY

Zuicho

katsudon $$


Tamawarai

soba $


Kiraku

ramen $


Buy Me Stand

sandwiches $


Gyukatsu Motomura

tonkatsu $


Harajuku Gyoza Lou

dumplings $


Kawaii Monster Cafe

cafe $$


Marion’s

crepes $


Angel’s Hearts

crepes $


Totti Candy Factory

cotton Candy $


Omotesando Koffee

cafe $


Le Shiner

rainbow foods $


Cat Cafe MoCHA

cafe $$

Galali

micro bars - $

 

 

Bar Rage

cocktail bar - $$$

 

Bar TRAM

cocktails - $
 

Bar TRENCH

cocktails - $

Namikibashi Nakamura

sake bar - $

Shima

steakhouse $$$$


Satou

steakhouse $$$$

MAP

 
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