-A wonderful, open space just to people-watch or to have outdoor fun with your young children. It was a delight seeing parents playing with their children!
A wonderful, open space just to people-watch or to have outdoor fun with your young children. It was a delight seeing parents playing with their children!
A municipal park, Hinokicho Park belonging to Minato Ward, lies in the east side of Tokyo Midtown. This site was formerly the garden attached to the Azabu villa residence for the Mori Family, a member of the Hagi Clan during the Edo Period (1603~1868). This residence was also known as the “Hinoki…
Hinokicho Park and Playground is an urban oasis in central Tokyo. Located behind the Tokyo Midtown shopping complex the park holds a beautifully landscaped garden with small lake – gorgeous during cherry blossom season in Spring and for the foliage in Autumn; illuminations and skate rink in winter,…
“I loved the sushi in here! A colleague of mine brought me to this place and I tried the combo set. It was delicious! Added a few more sushi pieces and every one was of impeccable quality for the price. It was a dinner outing but I was told lunch offers are very attractive. I would go again in future. That's for sure!”
“This is a great place to pick up bread, donuts, or other pastries in Roppongi. ”
“Jojoen Yugentei is the most luxurious and decorative interior one among Jojoen chain restaurants I know. And of course they offer yummy yakiniku -- a perfect place for meat lovers! Comparing with the outsides of ordinary building, the interior inside is just luxurious. Yakiniku restaurants tend to be smoky and loud, and apparently Jojoen Yugentei has not only good grill equipment but also good range hood equipment. The dinner menu is diverse and surely delicious, while I highly recommend the lunch value menu which is provided from reasonable 900-3000 yen, with choices of yakinikh rice bowl, and grilled yakiniky set, etc. Yummy! ”
“Midair Sushi is very popular sushi restaurant.The price &quality are well-balanced , take a ticket before making a queue. It's in a second floor at Akasaka-Sakasu shopping mall. ”
Temple or shrine
“Count Nogi Maresuke, a military leader who fought in the Russo-Japanese War in the early 1900s, is enshrined here. Soldiers from the period are well known for this, but he specifically is famous for his strict adherence to the code of Bushido. Come here to feel a very tense, serious atmosphere commensurate with the samurai spirit. Take special note of the Nogi family’s belongings that are on display in the treasure hall. Look for the two ghastly short swords used by Maresuke and his wife Shizuka to commit suicide on the day of the funeral of the Meiji emperor.”