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#Uni Seafood
Seafood served in a Western style
Opened in April 2017 in a Roppongi backstreet across from Tokyo Midtown, #Uni Seafood brings the concept of a Western fish market / port town to life in the heart of Tokyo – complete with an attention-grabbing hashtag in the name.
Breeze of Tokyo
Dining and drinking in the heights of Tokyo
Breeze of Tokyo has recently renovated its concept and logo and reopened as a French restaurant and bar. Located on the 36th floor of the Marunouchi Building at Tokyo Station, diners can enjoy French cuisine that is rich in flavor and made with ingredients carefully chosen by the chef.
Hotel MyStays Nippori
A hotel ideally located for the airport train
Close to Nippori station in central Tokyo, Hotel MyStays Nippori is a comfortable, affordable business hotel. It's especially convenient for direct trains to and from Narita International Airport, main gateway to Japan.
Fukushimaya Tasting Market
Finger-licking organic food in Roppongi-Itchome
Fukushimaya Tasting Market is a supermarket in the heart of Tokyo where you can find lots of delicious organic food. The food is free from preservatives, colorings, and is safe to eat.
Trainspotting from Seaside Top Observatory
Quiet views of the beautiful city
The Seaside Top Observatory in Hamamatsucho is a great place to view trains.
Spectacular Okutama
Enjoy a wilderness adventure on the outskirts of Tokyo
Beat the heat and enjoy an outdoor adventure just a few hours from Tokyo
Fujiro
Various Japanese cuisine under one roof in Kayabacho
Fujiro (不二楼) is a mid-range izakaya in Kayabacho with a twist. The unique wooden exterior belies a multi-floor interior dedicated to different palates.
Tashinami
Ebisu standing bar specialising in Niigata fare
This side street standing bar in Tokyo's Ebisu district serves up Niigata sake favourites alongside Japanese sake-friendly tapas plates, with the cooking here influenced by a 120 year authentic Niigata heritage.
Akasaka Bar Yokocho
Experience Japanese izakaya culture
Akasaka Bal-Yokocho combines Spanish bar culture along with Japanese yokocho culture. Comparing with traditional Japanese Izakaya, it is composed of nine individual shops, and offers a wider variety of food. You can either stand by the food counter and watch the chef cook while eating, or take a seat in the common area and enjoying the relaxing environment. It is so convenient that you can try different kinds of food and drinks at the same time, so it is highly recommended for greedy drinkers who would love to enjoy various things overnight.
Kakusen-en
A cacti and succulent haven
For cacti and succulent lovers searching for paradise. Spiky, fleshy, green friends await!
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