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Yebisu Garden Place

Ebisu

Yebisu Garden Place, located in Ebisu, which is a neighborhood in Shibuya, Tokyo. It’s conveniently Located near Roppongi and central Shibuya. Ebisu can be easily accessed with the JR Yamanote and Hibiya lines via Ebisu Station. It has boutiques, vintage stores and patisseries all within easy walking distance from Ebisu station.
Ebisu’s main tourist attraction is centred around the Yebisu Garden Place. Accessible from the East Exit of Ebisu Station via the Yebisu Skywalk covered moving walkway; it includes the headquarters of Sapporo Breweries, The Yebisu Beer Museum and the Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of photography.

Ebisu was founded around 1928 as a community developed around the Japan Beer Brewery Company facilities where Yebisu Garden Place now stands. Yebisu Beer, named after Ebisu, one of the Japanese Seven Gods of Fortune, was introduced in 1890 by Japan Beer and has long been a local favourite. The area adopted its name from the train station built in 1901 by the company to facilitate distribution of its beer. Japan Beer has since reorganized and was renamed Sapporo Breweries Ltd. After the breweries were moved to Chiba in 1988, the area was redeveloped as the Yebisu Garden Place, which opened to the public in 1994.
The spelling of the beer “Yebisu” is done so intentionally. Even with or without the “y” the pronunciation is the same as “Ebisu”.

This skyscraper complex offers beautiful views and a little something for everyone can be found. Hosting a large variety of restaurants and watering holes, you can pick your pleasure from the food and drinks on display at the entrance to each location. As this is a transit point for many commuters on the Yamanote and Hibiya lines, Ebisu is home to many bars and restaurants, from Izakaya-style restaurants, to English-style pubs, to old-fashioned Tachinomi (stand and drink) bars. After a hard days work, one can pop into any one of the local bars and join many other workers relaxing, sipping on a crisp, cold pint. The Yebisu Garden Place offers yet another treat, the tower features fantastic views over Tokyo from its restaurants up on the 38th floor.

The Great Japan Beer Festival

Ebisu
Fortunately, it’s not all sake in Japan. In June of each year, Yebisu Garden Place plays host to more than 120 local and internationally crafted brews at Tokyo’s Great Japan Beer Festival. Certainly not one to be missed, be one of the first to try the winner of the Japan Beer Cup! Cheers!


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Palette Town, Odaiba

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Palette town (パレットタウン, sometimes mistranslated to pallet town) is a huge complex facility containing attractive amusement spots, stores and restaurants. It is home to one of the largest Ferris wheels in the world at 100 meters in diameter and 115 meters high known as Daikanransha (大観覧車).

Palette Town

It’s extremely popular because you can look down at the sea and the skyscrapers of Tokyo at the same time. You can enjoy a panoramic view of the coast from Haneda down to the Boso Hanto Peninsula. You can also see Mt. Fuji on a fine winters day. Its huge Ferris wheel can also be seen all across Odaiba signalling to prospective visitors that Palette town is a fun and interesting place to be.

Palette town is made up of several attractions with a large shopping centre known as the Venus Fort (ヴィーナスフォート), a women’s theme park filled with fashion, beauty, and many other items of interest. Venus Fort was first opened in 1999 and designed to look like 17th century Europe, there is even a staged sky on the roof that transforms from day to night every few hours. It’s not only the decor that Venus Fort shares similarities with Las Vegas’ Caesar’s Palace for Venus Fort also features a casino for all you would be budding gamblers.

Venus Fort

Just below Venus Fort is the shopping centre known as Sun Walk (サンウォーク).

Sun Walk

The interesting thing about Sun Walk is that it features a lot of shops catering to the pet lover. One can get a makeover done for your pet at a pet hairdresser, stop for a feed at a pet friendly Dog Café. If you don’t have a pet and feel you are missing out, there are pets on hire by the hour so you too can join in the pet pampering. It does sound odd but hiring a dog is becoming increasingly popular with the locals that may not have a big apartment and not much room to have pets.

Other attractions that make up Palette town include the Toyota Mega Web technology showcase, Toyota’s self-proclaimed car theme park. Toyota Megaweb comprises of six exhibits such as the History Garage, Universal Design Showcase, Toyota City Showcase, Ride One, E-com Ride and the Kids Hybrid Ride One.
There is also Zepp Tokyo, a live entertainment venue, plus a 24-7 facility called “Tokyo Leisure Land” with Karaoke shops and pool halls.

Zepp Tokyo

With so much on offer, you are guaranteed to find a little something for everyone and more than enough to entertain you for an entire day.


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Odaiba Kaihin Koen / Seaside Park

Odaiba

Odaiba Seaside Park (お台場海浜公園) is a man-made seaside park where you can fully enjoy Tokyo’s waterfront.

Unfortunately, swimming is not allowed, but there are many other leisure activities including paddling and boardsailing and the superb scenery of the towns on the opposite shore can be viewed over the Rainbow Bridge, so even a simple walk in the park is a pleasure.

Rainbow Bridge

A scenic walk along the sandy beach takes you to “Daiba Park (台場公園)” that still has traces of the Edo Period (1603-1867) and “Shiokaze Park (潮風公園)” with its beautiful fountain.

Daiba Park Daiba Park

Shiokaze Park Shiokaze Park

Walking along the footpaths you can see the Statue of Liberty (自由の女神) that was a gift from France and stands along the skywalk, and the “Marine House” observatory with its variety of restaurants and shops all of which are highly recommended photo spots. The atmospheric night scenery of the Rainbow Bridge and Tokyo Tower viewed from the observatory creates a picturesque, lifetime memory. And along the boardwalk it’s littered with couples as this is considered to be Tokyo’s most romantic visits. There is also a pier nearby for the sea bus, so that visitors can take a special cruise in Tokyo Bay.

Statue of Liberty

If you love Japanese TV and want a change of scenery in Tokyo, then this is the place for you. The huge alien, silver building that you cannot miss once you have embarked from the train on the Yurikamome Line is the FUJI Terebi headquarters (Fuji TV Studios). Home to some of the best TV shows in Japan.

Fuji TV

Taking the escalators up into the building you can see how TV shows are produced and if you are lucky enough, you may even get to see some shows being taped. Looking around around Fuji Terebi studios is completely free and souvenir’s can be purchased.

Once you have looked around Fuji terebi there is a shopping centre nearby called Aqua City (アクアシティ), which has a large cinema, plenty shopping and the Sony Explora-Science centre.
If you have kids (or you are someone young at heart) this is a must see, everything in the museum is interactive, education and fun.
http://www.sonyexplorascience.jp/english/index.html

Aqua City

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Besides having stunning views, romantic walks and sandy beaches. There is ample shopping, entertainment to fill every need and accommodating hotels all within short walking distance catering for the old and young alike. This is a fantastic place to go even if it’s just for a day just to see a different side of Tokyo.


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Shinjuku Chuo Koen / Central Park

Shinjuku Central Park

Shinjuku Chuo (Central) Park (新宿中央公園) is a small functional park located in western Shinjuku, one of 23 wards in the Tokyo metropolis area.

Surrounded by some of Tokyo’s tallest buildings including its tallest, the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Buildings 1 and 2. The Century Hyatt, the Park Hyatt, and other hotels and office buildings surround Shinjuku Central Park. Somewhat of an ultra modern mix of concrete, glass steel and landscaping with some very impressive architecture. Park Hyatt Tokyo is one of the worlds most expensive and luxurious hotels and featured in the hit movie ’Lost in Translation’ staring Bill Murray.
A visit to the Shinjuku Skyscraper District at night during the Christmas season is quite an experience with many of the buildings and surrounding area being lit up with millions of Christmas lights. It attracts thousands to its nightly displays.

Shinjuku

The layout of Shinjuku Central Park is very simple and accessible for the many office workers in the area and is an ideal retreat amidst all the chaos for them to spend their lunchtime, which you may find it socially interesting. If you are staying in any of the hotels nearby, the park with its greenery will simply provide you a scope for a refreshing evening walk or even a run.
In the area, there are several activities taking place. The Tokyo citizens go to the park, not to relax, but to indulge in hobbies. Everyone comes here to play, in whatsoever way they prefer to. And they do it with intense concentration, which at the very least, must be admired.

Admittedly this is not the biggest park in the Shinjuku area, but it is the most central - right next to the enormous city government buildings, reaching for the sky as if to penetrate it. There is, of course, a lot of green in the park, but its main attraction seems to be the open space in front of the famed waterfall, even though this is right by one of the busy streets. Cherry blossoms bloom all over the place in Japan when spring comes, and they too can be enjoyed here in Shinjuku Chuo.

Shinjuku Cental Park

However, this place usually refers to just the great entertainment, trade and shopping area around Shinjuku Station. On Sundays, a flea market can be found held at the entrance with a variety of fares and the occasional charity fare.


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Shakujii Park

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Shakujii koen (石神井公園) is a public park in the Japanese town of Shakujii in Tokyo’s Nerima ward. First established in 1959, it is one of the larger parks in the metropolis, after Ueno Park (上野公園).

Within the park two ponds can be found, Shakujii Pond (石神井池) and Sanpō-ji Pond (三宝寺池) as well as several small Shintō shrines and the historically significant remains of Shakujii castle.

Sanpoji Pond

A short way south of the park, the Shakujii River runs from east to west. The ponds are said to have formed naturally from the gushing up of underground water from the Musashino-dai Pond just a short distance away. But over the years, the ponds have slowly started to shrink, and so, in order to preserve the park’s scenery and recreational use, a manmade system has been installed to pump water into both ponds.

 

Shakujii Castle

The Shakujii castle ruins date back from the Kamakura period (鎌倉時代, 1185-1333), or even earlier, thus it is known that the site was in use and regarded as strategically important for many centuries. The castle was the residence of the Toshima clan (豊島藩) of samurai and the stronghold of the local area ruler, Lord Toshima who ruled over the surrounding area in the 14th-15th centuries. The clan’s destruction came largely at the hands of Ōta Dōkan (太田道灌), who was responsible for the construction of Edo castle; many of the ruins and shrines in the area are associated with him.

Ota Dokan Portrait of Ōta Dōkan

 

In the twentieth century, it came to be a popular site for birdwatching, strolling and relaxation.
In addition to being popular with local residents, the park is fairly well known throughout Tokyo. Shakujii Pond is a popular location for TV programs and films to shoot boating scenes, and the park, or its ponds, is frequently featured in manga, anime and other productions of popular culture.

Shakujii Park

The park is remarkable for its access to unspoilt wilderness scenery within the Tokyo metropolis, especially for its variety of birdlife, specifically waterfowl. As a birdwatcher’s paradise, a large number of birds can be seen here that you are highly unlikely to encounter in any other part of Tokyo. In spring, Shakujii Park is notable retreat for its Hanami (cherry blossom viewing).
The park is set gracefully in a beautiful residential area, which is also worth taking a stroll through. Nearby is an Italian restaurant, which is not really in the spirit of Japanese culture; nevertheless, it’s still a great spot for a quick bite to eat.



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Ueno Park - Zoo, and more!

Ueno Koen (上野公園) is a spacious public park located in the Ueno section of Taito, Tokyo. It occupies the site of the former Kan’ei-ji (寛永寺), a temple closely associated with the Tokugawa shoguns, who had built the temple to guard Edo Castle against the north-east, then considered an unlucky direction. The temple was destroyed during the Boshin War (戊辰戦争, 1868-1869).
Ueno Park was established via an imperial land grant to the city of Tokyo from Emperor Taishō in 1924. The official name of the park is Ueno Onshi Kōen, when translated means “Ueno Imperial Gift Park (上野恩賜公園)”.

 Ueno Koen

Ueno Koen in the Taisho era.

The park is built on the remains of the Kaneiji Temple burned down when the Meiji Government formed a new regime. Now it is a nice park and the remains of the temple can barely seen. Ueno Park is surrounded by a number of popular museums, which includes the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum (東京都美術館) and the National Science Museum (国立科学博物館). Museum hopping is one of the most popular pastimes for locals.

Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum

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A very famous statue of Saigō Takamori (西郷隆盛) walking his dog stands in the park.
Between the three museums (Tokyo National Museum, The National Science Museum and The National Museum of Western Art), a concert hall, a number of shrines, Shinobazu Pond and Ueno Zoo, you are bound to find an activity of interest – whether it be relaxing in the park, or boating on the pond, museum hopping or doting over the animals in Ueno Zoo. Ueno zoo is what really makes this area a popular tourist and recreational area for both Japanese and foreigners.

Ueno Zoo

During spring is first thing that comes to people’s minds during this season is going to hanami (花見, Cherry Blossom watching), eating traditional Japanese food and enjoying some traditional music under the blooming cherry trees. In Ueno Park, however, the Hanami experience will be accompanied by classical music setting a tranquil and relaxing mood. Also called the “Tokyo Opera Forest,” Ueno Park is holds the “Spring Festival in Tokyo” each year and the event starts on March 16th and runs up until April 10th.

Hanami in Ueno

Traditional Japanese Food

This mixed spectacle is a great new way to appreciate Hanami and classical music, and is bound to delight a broad range of people. This 27-day-long celebration consists of 40 concerts in total, which includes free concerts performed in cafes, restaurants and cultural facilities such as the park’s art galleries and museums.
The festival has been running for a number of years, initially organized with the intent of attracting people to visit Ueno for Hanami, which back in the Edo period was reputed to be the best location for the tradition. The concept of playing classical music in the park promotes the idea that the cherry blossom experience needs not be strictly associated with traditional Japanese music, because cherry blossoms are a symbol of joy, no mater what culture or tradition you may come from.


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Inokashira Park in Kichijoji, Tokyo

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Inokashira Koen (井の頭公園) straddles between Musashino (武蔵野) and Mitaka (三鷹) in western Tokyo.

Inokashira Pond (井の頭池) and the Kanda River (神田川) water source established during the Edo period, are the primary sources of the Kanda River. The Inokashira Lake was once the source of the Kanda district water supply, the first water supply irrigated into the Edo area.

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Drawing of Inokashira Pond by Utagawa Hiroshige, a famous painter in the Edo period).

Until the water supply reformation in 1898, the lake played an important part in providing water to the residents. The lake rumoured to have been named by the third Tokugawa Shogun, Tokugawa Ieyasu (徳川家康). And the meaning of the name theorized to either mean “the source of the water supply” or “a well that provides delicious water.”

Tokugawa Ieyasu Portrait of Tokugawa.

The land was originally given to Tokyo in 1913. Then on May 1, 1918, then opening under the name of Inokashira Onshi Kōen (井の頭恩賜公園), which can be roughly translated as, “Inokashira Imperial Gift Park”. Hence the park was considered to be a gift from the then Emperor Taishō (大正天皇) to the general public. This being the first time in Tokyo, that a park was ever founded in such a manner.

The park is divided into four areas: Inokashira Lake and its surroundings, the Gotenyama (御殿山) area which has a grove of mixed trees and cultural nature garden, the western park area with sport facilities, and the Dai-ni Park (第二公園) located in the southeast portion of the western park.

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Within The Park a small temple dedicated to Benzaiten (弁財天), a vengeful goddess of love.

inokashira

Benzaiten is said to have cast a spell on courting couples, bringing love affairs to an untimely end. This spell was rumoured to take particular effect on couples that ventured out on to the pond in a boat.
The park also has a petting zoo and a small aquarium and is a place where vendors, musicians, artists and street performers gather. On weekends and holidays the park is bustling with crowds who arrive to take in the lively environment, especially during the cherry blossom season when the entire park is overrun with visitors for hanami.

inokashira

On the southwest end of Inokashira Park is the Ghibli Museum (三鷹の森ジブリ美術館), a hugely popular destination dedicated to the animated productions from the famous Studio Ghibli.

Ghibli

Ghibli

A forest of Japanese cedar trees cultivated at the source of the river provides lush scenery in the area. Although with the passing of time the type of trees and the feeling of the forest may have changed and the area considered less suburban at present, it is still fantastic a place for relaxation and refreshment for the residents of Tokyo. Inokashira Park is a very social place, great for hanging out, drinking beers or practicing an instrument.


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Roppongi Hills

Roppongi Hills

Roppongi Hills, also known as the ‘Artelligent City,’ is one of Japan’s largest integrated property developments, located in the Roppongi district of Minato, Tokyo.
Seventeen years after the design’s initial conception and construction by building tycoon Minoru Mori (森稔), the complex opened to the public on April 23, 2003.
The mega-complex incorporates apartments, a hotel, a major TV studio, a museum, cafés, movie theatres, office space, restaurants, shops, an outdoor amphitheatre and a few parks. The centrepiece of the development is the 54-story Mori Tower.
Mori’s stated vision was to build an integrated development where high-rise inner-urban communities allow people to live, work, play and shop in proximity to eliminate commuting time.

Mori Tower

The largest building, the Mori Tower serves as a landmark in the area and presents an awe-inspiring 360˚ night view over Tokyo on the Sky Deck, an open air viewing area, which is a famed visit for lovers. Then what better way to end an evening off on the 52nd floor (same level as the Tokyo City View, as the observation deck it is called), sipping on a glass of wine, whilst watching the traffic wind their way around the foundations of the building.

Roppongi Hills

Roppongi Hills

Catering for the prospective shopper’s every delight, shopping in the Roppongi hills ranges from food halls to boutiques and entertainment. There is also a huge cinema complex showing all the latest Japanese and Western productions serving caramel popcorn which by Japan standards, is pretty rare. A Museum presenting a vast variety of fine arts exhibits, featuring Japanese and international artists. You are even spoilt for choice with three floors of malls with shops, cafes, restaurants and clubs and everything else that tickles your fancy. And there is an Academy featuring a school, library, a cultural centre and a conference centre.

Roppongi Hills

There is a multitude of by monthly events in the area partake in such as beer festivals, exhibitions, live performances and even wedding planning. Every Saturday morning you can purchase freshly picked vegetables direct from the Ibaraki prefecture at very reasonable prices. Try to be an early bird so you are not disappointed as things do sell out very quickly.

Roppongi Hills

With more than 200 shops, cafes, and restaurants and pretty much everything else you can imagine you are provided with a new and varied experience.
Facilities are all located in high quality architecture, surrounded by designer gardens and promenades creating a lively urban landscape. All the while, each building has its own unique, special character.


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Shinagawa Inter City

Shinagawa Inter City

Shinagawa Inter City (品川インターシティ), which opened in December 1998 on the east side of Shinagawa Station, is Japan’s largest super high-rise complex. The complex consists of various shops, restaurants and offices, and also plays host to an events hall, a gallery, a clinic, a bank and a post office.
Shinagawa is fast becoming one of the major commercial districts in Japan. The striking Shinagawa Inter city Tower A, gives spectacular views over the city, Tokyo Bay and the Rainbow Bridge. The building has convenient undercover access to Shinagawa Station, which provides direct access to Narita and Haneda Airports. The second floors of the buildings are connected to one another by semi-roofed aerial walkways called skyways.

Shinagawa Station Shinagawa Skywalk

The buildings themselves were designed with the environment in mind, using natural ventilation and a cheap night electrical system for heating and low voltage lighting. Infra red reflecting glass was also used during the construction, providing shelter from harmful sunlight, whilst providing plenty of natural light.

Every Sunday from 11 am – 4 pm there is a flea market inside the Shinagawa Inter city building. It’s completely free to enter and there are lots of stalls. Selling lots of kids clothes, toys, women’s and men’s clothing, accessories, electronic goods and just about everything else. It’s advised that you go early as people really do get there as soon as it opens and buy out just about everything within the first few minutes, literally.

Shinagawa Inter City - Flea Market

Since this flea market is held indoors, it’s pretty easy to take kids along and there is no need to worry about the weather. There are clean bathrooms, a McDonald’s is nearby and a big outdoor courtyard-like space for the kids to run around and play. Even if you just leave with one thing, it’s always fun to browse around the flea markets. To get to the Shinagawa Inter city Flea Market by train, take JR or Keikyu lines to Shinagawa station and take the Konan Exit (港南口).

A delightful selection cafes and restaurants can be found dotted all around the complex as well as a few watering holes. With space being such a commodity in Tokyo, the mixed usage of space seen within the complex is one to be admired. It manages to cater for every whim and it’s all provided in an eco friendly environment.


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Gal Fashion at Shibuya109

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“Where are you?”
“Ok, ok. See you soon then, in front of Marukyu (09)!”

While I was stuck in a hectic crowd in Shibuya, always listening to the conversations between the trendy girls around me.
“Marukyu?” What does it mean?
I used to wonder what Marukyu was, now that I do; it’s quite embarrassing that I once didn’t…

The Shibuya 109 (ichimarukyū) building is a famous fashion shopping centre targeted at young women from teens to twenties, located just across the street from Shibuya Station, first opened in April 1979.
As the building stands proud, 109 is also famous meeting point in Shibuya.

The building is owned by Tokyu and as such is where the building derives its name from as 109 in Japanese is pronounced “to, kyu” (10, 9), thus “Shibuya to kyu”. The interior of the building is designed to move shoppers in a loop on each floor from the elevators past the various shops. Although originally targeted at women in their 30s, the building then later became more known as a mecca for young women from the Gal (ギャル, girl) subculture.

Gal Fashion

Shibuya 109 Building shopping centre filled with many very trendy clothing boutiques. It is very popular among young people, especially teens, and it is famous as the origin of the kogal (コギャル) subculture. Kogals are known for wearing platform boots, a miniskirt, copious amounts of makeup, hair colouring (usually blond), artificial suntans, and lots of designer accessories.
For more information regarding the Gal, please refer to the site below for more details.
http://www.japaneselifestyle.com.au/fashion/kogal.html

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On the Shibuya 109 Building site (Japanese language, but with enough English to navigate) you can see pictures of all the stores in the shopping complex.

http://www.shibuya109.jp/

So, is 109 only for girls in a particular fashion scene like Gal/Kogal?
Is 109 only for the younger generation?

No not at all. Once upon a time it used to be, but nowadays, that’s not the case.

109 has changed and developed vastly and now a fashion complex loved by all women who love to wear cute fashion at reasonable prices.
Nowadays, as various types of fashion magazines display and write articles about the clothing found 109. There are a generous variety of the shops stocking items for the “Girly” to the “Stylish”. After that it succeeded to hold more customers, and the stereo type thinking 109 as for only Gals seems collapsed totally now.

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One of the main attractions of the shops in 109 is their cheap price.
You can grab a trendy shirt anywhere between 3,000yen-5,000yen.
During sale season (Mainly in July and December), you can find the clothing at incredibly reduced prices.

They are doing net shopping.
Check out the latest and hottest items in Japanese fashion!
http://e-shop.shibuya109.jp/webshop70/main


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