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TOKYO LIVING Area Guide | Roppongi, Akasaka, Azabu Area

ROPPONGI

Roppongi

ROPPONGI

Roppongi is well-known nationwide as one of the foremost entertainment districts in Tokyo and has therefore gained a very youthful and international crowd. The area features numerous bars, nightclubs, strip clubs, restaurants, hostess clubs, cabarets, and other forms of entertainment. In recent years, development has been carried out, creating a high-rise building area with such structures as Roppongi Hills, Tokyo Midtown, and Izumi Garden, unifying business and commercial facilities and luxury condominiums. There are also many international restaurants, so it should be easy to find something to suit your taste. Another recent addition to Roppongi is the National Art Center, Japan's largest art museum. Together with the Mori Art Museum in Roppongi Hills and the Suntory Museum of Art in Tokyo Midtown, it forms the "Art Triangle Roppongi" and has put the district onto Tokyo's cultural map.


  • Areas of Interest - Roppongi Crossing, Roppongi Hills, Tokyo Midtown, National Art Center Tokyo
  • Train Lines - Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line, Toei Oedo Line

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AKASAKA

Akasaka

AKASAKA

Akasaka is a residential and commercial district of Minato, Tokyo, located west of the government center in Nagatacho and north of the Roppongi nightlife district. The Akasaka district has many first-class hotels and foreign embassies. It is another famous nightspot like Roppongi, however, Akasaka is characterized by its exclusive clubs and excellent Japanese restaurants. Akasaka is also a pleasant place to walk around and visit some historical sites typical of Tokyo, such as Hie-jinja and Toyokawa-inari shrines. The Akasaka Sacas complex has been recently redeveloped and is the site of the TBS headquarters. Eleven species of cherry trees are planted in the area, attracting visitors as Tokyo's newest cherry blossom-viewing spot. There is also a theater and a club featuring live music.


  • Areas of Interest - Akasaka Sacas, Hie Shrine
  • Train Lines - Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line

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HIROO

Hiroo

HIROO

Hiroo is one of the luxurious residential and shopping neighborhoods in Tokyo. Although the area is located central Tokyo, the atmosphere of the neighbor is extremely peaceful. Many international supermarkets, shops and foreign language speaking facilities are located around Hiroo station. Number of international schools are located in the area, including the world wide Sacred Heart which offers education in English for girls from 3 to 18. Arisugawa Park, a large district with a baseball field, soccer field, playgrounds and a forest with small springs and ponds is only a short distance from Hiroo station. Within the district of Arisugawa Park is one of the largest libraries in Tokyo, the Tokyo Metropolitan Library.


  • Areas of Interest - National Azabu Supermarket, Arisugawa Park, Tokyo Metropolitan Library
  • Train Lines - Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line

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SHIROKANEDAI

Shirokanedai

SHIROKANEDAI

Shirokanedai is a region with a historic background located at the southwest end of Minato area. A great amount of the area consists of executive apartments and houses. The campus of Meiji Gakuin University is famous for its historic buildings gracing the whole atmosphere of the Shirokanedai area. A famous street with fancy restaurants and boutiques called Platinum Street is a favorite site to visit; not only to shop but to walk through the famous ginkgo tree-lined street in autumn. West from Platinum Street is a large forest park, the Institute for Nature Study. Within the park, the Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum is located.


  • Areas of Interest - Meiji Gakuin University, Platinum Street, Institute for Nature Study, Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum
  • Train Lines - Tokyo Metro Nanboku Line, Toei Mita Line

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