Tokyo Fashion & Style

Things to do in Tokyo

Tokyo Midtown
Tokyo Midtown is an exciting spot in Roppongi to visit. It is a diverse and green complex with shops, cultural venues, clinics, parks, “The National Art Center, Tokyo” and with the tallest tower in Tokyo. 

Opening Hours
Shops: 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
Restaurant: 11:00 am – 12:00 am
* Business hours may vary from shop to shop.

Omotesando Hills
Omotesando Hills is the unique cultural / commercial complex, emerging as the new face of Omotesando, which has disseminated various trends as the hub of Japanese fashion and cultures. 100 shops and restaurants, and a car parking with a capacity of 196 vehicles.

Opening Hours
Shops: 11:00 am – 9:00 pm (Sunday – 8:00 pm)
Restaurant: 11:00 am – 11:30 pm (Sunday – 10:30 pm)
Café: 11:00 am – 10:30 pm (Sunday – 9:30 pm)

For assistance, please contact us on +81 3 4333 1234.
A sophisticated area, fashionable people walk down Ginza Dori lined up with both traditional shops and the world's leading brand shops.  Travellers can enjoy theater and arts at Kabukiza, Shinbashi Enbujo Theatre and Tokyo Takarazuka Theater, representing Ginza's long history of culture.  In the neighbouring Tsukiji, a spirit of old Edo at Tsukiji Market can be felt.  The outdoor fish market is open to the public in the morning for eating and shopping, popular as a tourist destination.
Akihabara often called by its shortened name Akiba, is known for its bustling streets with specialty shops of electric appliances and pop culture, featuring a wide selection of products.  Akihabara is also recognized as the center of Japan's otaku (diehard fan) culture, and many shops specializing in anime and manga are now available in the district. Historic buildings such as Kanda Myojin Shrine, Yushima Seido, and Nicholai-do are also areas popular to visit. 
Shinjuku is one of the 23 city wards of Tokyo, known as a large entertainment, business and shopping area, filled with energy and power.  On the west side of Shinjuku Station, skyscrapers are lined up including the Tokyo Metropolitan Government.  Surrounding Shinjuku Station is a big shopping district including major department stores as well as stand-alone shops.  Green-filled Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden is the oasis of Tokyo with beautiful flowers and trees that can be enjoyed all year round.   The area that never sleeps is Kabukicho, an area flourishing with entertainment and restaurants.   Shinjuku is a diverse location and impressive area with many different faces.
Shibuya, renowned for its busy intersection is the center for youth fashion and culture, with popular shopping and entertainment setting the latest trends, serving thousands of visitors every day.  Major department store branches can be found around Shibuya Station, catering to all types of shoppers.  Omotesando Boulevard decorated by trees is a trendy fashion street with high-end designer houses and a stylish shopping development, Omotesando Hills.  For those looking for a more serene environment, visit Meiji Jingu Shrine.  At Yoyogi Park next to the shrine, you can find an abundance of spacious lawns, ponds and forestry, a great place for jogging, picnicking and other outdoor activities.
Located between the Imperial Palace and Tokyo Station, Marunouchi is one of Japan's most prestigious business districts with headquarters of major Japanese companies.  Over the last decade, Marunouchi has been evolving with newly opened shopping and dining complexes, drawing non-business visitors.  Marunouchi Naka Dori is a street that leads to Ginza, one of Tokyo's areas with luxurious shops and restaurants.  The Imperial Palace, the home to the Imperial Family is located close by, a popular tourist destination surrounded by natural attractions throughout the year.

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