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Places to See

Ikebukuro Ueno Asakusa Akihabara, Kanda Nihombashi, Ningyocho Marunouchi, The Imperial Palace Odaiba Ginza Shibuya Akasaka, Roppongi, Aoyama Shinjuku
Tokyo Midtown
Tokyo Midtown is a mixed-use development, completed in March 2007. Midtown Tower - the tallest building in Tokyo, at 248 meters - is its symbol. It includes a five-star hotel, lifestyle shops, and an art museum.
Tokyo Midtown
9-7-1, Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo
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- http://www.tokyo-midtown.com/en/
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ARK Hills
ARK Hills is a complex of buildings which consist of business offices, a hotel, a music hall (Suntory Hall), studios, and residences. In this complex, there are seven gardens featuring seasonal flowers and plants.
Ark Hills
1-12-32, Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Depends on facility
Depends on facility
- http://www.arkhills.com/ (Japanese version only)
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The National Art Center, Tokyo
The National Art Center, Tokyo does not maintain a permanent collection: instead it makes full use of its exhibition space, which is one of the largest in Japan (14,000 square meters) and has been designed to accommodate various types of exhibition. NACT also plays a role as an art center through its outreach activities, including educational programs, and the Art Library, which collects and disseminates information and materials related to art.
The National Art Center, Tokyo
7-22-2, Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo
10am-6pm, Fridays: 10am-8pm (Last admission is 30 minutes before closing)
Tue. (If Tue. is a holiday, Wed. will be closed.), Year-end and New Year holidays
Depends on the exhibitions http://www.nact.jp/
03-5777-8600 03-3405-2531
akasaka Sacas
akasaka Sacas opened March 20, 2008. It is a large-scale complex project consisting of The TBS Broadcasting Center and an office tower building that includes commercial, cultural, and residential facilities. Various cultural events are held here.
akasaka Sacas
5-3, Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Depends on facility
Depends on facility
- http://sacas.net/ (Japanese version only)
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Suntory Museum of Art
Suntory Museum of Art features historical Japanese artwork including pictures, pottery and porcelain, lacquer ware, glass ware, and dye-related art. You can also relax in the museum's cafe and tea room.
Suntory Museum of Art
Tokyo Midtown Garden Side, 9-7-4, Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo
10am-6pm (Sun., Mon. and holidays), 10am-8pm (Wed.-Sat.)
Tue. (If Tue. is a holiday, Wed. will be closed.), Jan.1, During exhibition preparation periods
Depends on the exhibitions. Junior high school students and under: free http://suntory.jp/SMA/
03-3479-8600 03-3479-8643
Hie Jinja
Hie Jinja was erected by Ohota Dokan, the then lord of Kawagoe, when he built Edo castle. The shrine worships a deity from the Kawagoe Sanno Shrine and is famous for playing host to the Sanno festival, one of Tokyo's three major festivals, held annually on or around June 15.
Hie Jinja
2-10-5, Nagata-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
6am-5pm (Oct. - Mar.), 5am-6pm (Apr. - Sep.)
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- http://www.hiejinja.net/
03-3581-2471 03-3581-2077
Suntory Hall
A spacious edifice where lovers of music, musicians and audiences alike can assemble to enjoy the sounds of the world's most beautiful forms of music to the full, Suntory Hall is purely about music. To appreciate, enjoy or just be entertained by the hall's wonderful performances, this is the place to be in musical Tokyo and being recognized as one of the world's primary concert halls comes as no surprise.
Suntory Hall
1-13-1, Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo
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- http://suntory.jp/HALL/
03-3505-1001 03-3505-1007
Roppongi Hills
Roppongi Hills is directly connected to Roppongi Station on the Hibiya Subway Line. It opened in April 2003 and is a facility complex featuring offices, residential facilities, a hotel, restaurants, shops and cinemas, a modern art museum and spectacular 360-degree observatory.
Roppongi Hills
6-10-1, Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Depends on facility
Depends on facility
- http://www.roppongihills.com/en/
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Aoyama Reien Cemetery
Aoyama Reien was one of the first of its kind park style cemeteries when it first opened. Established in 1874, this graveyard has its fair share of prominent scientists, politicians, authors and other influential people lying at. In addition, Aoyama Reien is one of the countless cherry-viewing spots to be found around the city. When spring sets in crowds of people pack in under the radiant tunnels of blossoming cherry trees.
Aoyama Reien Cemetery
2-32-2, Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo
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Nezu Museum
On display at Nezu Museum is a collection of oriental art objects gathered over generations from Nezu Kaichirō Sr. (1860-1940), the president of the Tobu Tetsudo (Tobu Railways). Altogether, about 7,400 objects of Asian art, including 7 national treasures and 87 important cultural properties can be found within, with frequent rotations of the exhibits necessary to show all the institute possesses. The most commonly viewed items in this collection are chinese ancient bronze ware, the traditional materials used in the tea ceremony and the Buddhist sculpture. Visitors can also enjoy a vast Japanese garden and a museum shop on the grounds.
Nezu Museum opened the new gallery building in October, 2009.
Nezu Iinstitute of Fine Arts
© FUJITSUKA Mitsumasa
6-5-1, Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo
10am-5pm (Last admission is 30 minutes before closing)
Mon. (If Mon. is holiday, Tue. will be closed), During exhibition preparation periods
- http://www.nezu-muse.or.jp/
03-3400-2536 03-3400-2436
Spiral
Spiral building is a complex cultural building focusing on the subject of the fusion of life and art. The Spiral Garden regularly displays contemporary works of art and The Spiral Hall holds many high-visibility events for the forward looking.
Spiral
5-6-23, Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo
11am-8pm
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- http://www.spiral.co.jp/ (Japanese version only)
03-3498-1171 -
Kotto Dori
Kotto Dori runs from the front of Kinokuniya (on Highway 246, Aoyama Dori) past Obararyu Kaikan Hall and onto Roppongi Dori. The street is lined on either side with antique shops carrying everything from china to glassware, paintings to tea ware. In recent years, brand shops have also started popping up along this famous Tokyo street.
Kotto Dori
National children's Castle "Kodomo no Shiro"
"Kodomo no Shiro" is a large children's house. It contains a pool, a fine arts studio, a music lobby, a play hall and other facilities all for children. Furthermore, it offers facilities where adults can have fun with children, such as a video library and a computer room. Kodomo no Shiro also houses conference rooms, the Aoyama Theatre and the Aoyama Round Theatre.
National children's Castle "Kodomo no Shiro"
5-53-1, Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
12.30am-5.30pm (Tue.-Fri.), 10am-5.30pm (Sat., Sun., holidays and elementary schools' spring, summer, and winter vacations)
Mon. (If Mon. is a national holiday, Tue. will be closed)
Children (3-17 years): 400 yen
Adults: 500 yen
http://www.kodomono-shiro.jp/ (Japanese version only)
03-3797-5666 03-3797-5676
Meiji jingo Gaien (The Outer Garden)
Walking along the avenue of ginkgo trees from Aoyama Dori walkers will first come across the Meiji Memorial Picture Gallery (Seitoku Kinen Kaigakan) as they enter the outer gardens of Meiji Shrine. With Gaien consisting of the Jingu Baseball Stadium, a golf driving range, a batting practice area and other such facilities, this is truly one of the capital's green hearts.
Meiji jingo Gaien (The Outer Garden)
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- http://www.meijijingu.or.jp/
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