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  • Nagomi Spa & Fitness

    A seven-meter, red-granite pool with an illuminated Jacuzzi is the centerpiece of Nagomi Spa, located at the Grand Hyatt Tokyo in Roppongi Hills. C... More
  • National Art Center, Tokyo

    The bold structure of undulating glass walls designed by Kisho Kurokawa is Tokyo's largest art venue. More
  • Nihon Saisei Sakaba

    Tachinomi, casual, inexpensive bars without seating, is a trend with a formula: low-key atmosphere, countertops and no chairs, bumping music. It wo... More
  • Oidemasekan Yamaguchi Shop

    Sprinkled throughout the city are “antenna shops,” which stock hard-to-find jizake (regional sake), regional food and crafts, and literature on tra... More
  • Oiwake

    For a unique night out in the city, attend a performance of Tsugaru shamisen, music with origins in northern Japan, played on a traditional three-s... More
  • Patisserie Sadaharu AOKI

    Japanese pastry chef Sadaharu Aoki established a reputation in Paris before opening his all-white, ultra-modern Marunouchi shop, where exquisite pa... More
  • Patisserie Satsuki

    The bakery in the New Otani Hotel specializes in mont blanc desserts. More
  • Pierre Hermé

    France's top pasty provocatuer is a household name in Tokyo, with several boutiques and a swank marbled Bar Chocolat created by Wonderwall, the cut... More
  • Qu’il Fait Bon

    The Japanese fascination with patisseries is best expressed in the fruit tarts from Qu’il Fait Bon. These are works of art that must be admired bef... More
  • Roppongi Hills

    Home to more than 200 shops, restaurants, and services, Roppongi Hills is one of Tokyo's premiere shopping destinations, located in the heart of an... More
  • Sake Shop Fukumitsuya

    Around the corner from Hermès and Chanel, Sake Shop Fukumitsuya contains an informal bar that showcases fermented rice from the Fukumitsuya brewery... More
  • Sanja Matsuri (Three Shrines Festival)

    Feel the beat of the music as omikoshi (portable shrines) mounted on palanquins are paraded through the streets of Tokyo’s Asakusa neighborhood the... More
  • Sensoji Temple (Asakusa Kannon Temple)

    Tokyo’s oldest temple, completed in A.D. 645, is devoted to Kannon, the Buddhist deity of compassion and mercy. Throughout their history, temple st... More
  • Sho-Chu Authority

    A distilled spirit made from potatoes, rice, wheat, or barley, shochu originated in Kyushu (in southwestern Japan), but is now produced all over th... More

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