• 09/19/2010
  • 03/01/2021

The National Art Center, Tokyo

The National Art Center (??順????亥??茵?蕕?) is a museum located in Roppongi, with the largest total floor area in Japan.? It is a relatively new museum, founded in 2007.? The architect for the museum was the world famous Kisho Kurokawa.? The concept being ‘a museum in the forest’, the building is surrounded by greenery. The museum has an exhibition of 600 pieces, concentrating on 20th century painting and modern art. Aspiring to becoming a familiar museum, shops, cafes and restaurants are placed on-site.? Brasserie Paul Bocuse Le Musee is a casual restaurant produced by?Bocuse, a three stars restaurant in France. Roppongi doesn’t end with just Ropping Hills and Tokyo Midtown.? Amuse your five senses in The National Art Center! — Higherground Co.,Ltd. 2-8-3 Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan TEL:03-6459-2230 HP:http://www.higherground.co.jp/ TOP PAGE:?https://livingtokyo.net/

  • 09/18/2010
  • 03/01/2021

Izumi Garden

Izumi Garden is one of the landmarks of Roppongi, with direct access from Roppongi-icchome station.? It is a complex, surrounded by greenery, consists of facilities below. Izumi Garden Tower Izumi Garden Wing Both are office buildings. Izumi Garden Tower incudes commerce facilities, such as restaurants, cafes,?and book stores.? There is a dental clinic and a fitness club too, to solve your health problems. There also is a economy hotel, Villa Fontaine, in a very convenient location for those who visit Tokyo, especially the Roppongi area. Izumi Garden Gallery A?hall for events, seminars, exhibitions, etc. Sen-ya Haku Kokan A museum exhibiting the collections of Sumitomo Zaibatsu. Most famous are?arts of Japan and China, collected by the Sumitomo family in the 18th to 20th century. Exhibitions change in about 2 months. Izumi Garden Residence A?luxurious tower mansion. Direct access to?Roppongi-icchome?station, and of course residents can enjoy the convenience of using the facilities above. For information of vacant rooms of Izumi Garden Residence, click here. — Higherground Co.,Ltd. 2-8-3 Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan TEL:03-6459-2230 HP:http://www.higherground.co.jp/ TOP PAGE:?https://livingtokyo.net/

  • 08/17/2010
  • 03/01/2021

Cheap Shopping in Tokyo – Don Quijote

Do you know ???Don Quijote???? This name might remind many foreigners of the title of famous Spanish novel, but the case is often different among the Japanese. Most of them might associate it with one of the domestic famous and giant discount stores chain – the name is ???Don Quijote (?????潟?祉??????若??)???. Don Quijote is said to be an exposition of Japanese culture because of a variety and abundant of items on display; knick-knacks, designer goods and appliances are available. Not only young people but adults, families, and any generations come to find something new, interesting and cheap. Don Quijote Inc. has been increasing the number of shops in various areas,including Shibuya, Shinjuku and Roppongi, that are the epicenters of culture to be famous among foreigners. Roppongi, where cutting edges meet, has been developing. With the opening of Roppongi Hills in 2003 and Tokyo Midtown in 2007, the town has become Tokyo’s most famous and popular spot among foreigners.In fact, many foreigners who have lived in the metropolitan areas know about Roppongi very well ,they often seem to have a fun time in Roppongi. For that reason, in Don Quijote Roppongi features many multinational consumers and it offers a variety of […]

  • 08/10/2010
  • 03/01/2021

Apartment near Tokyo Midtown, Roppongi

Palestudio Roppongi East 2 ???Finished/腟?篋???? Agent Commission 50% off! No Keymoney! No Deposit! Studio Type Floor Area: 25.3 sqm / 272.34 sqft Address: 13-4-2, Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo Access: 3 minutes walk to Roppongi-icchome Station / Namboku Line 6 minutes walk to Roppongi Station / Hibiya Line, Oedo Line Completion: Nov. 2005 Structure: Steel-reinforced Concrete Rent: JPY106,500/month Management Fee: JPY8,500/month Key Money: JPY0 Deposit: JPY0 Contract: 2 years Parking: None Pets: OK Entrance. Palestudio Roppongi East 2 faces Roppongi Dori (Street), and is within few minutes walk to Roppongi Hills and Tokyo Midtown. 25.3 sqm is not very roomy, but if you are to enjoy convenient life in the middle of Roppongi, this is a great location for you 🙂 Kitchen. Corridor. Rest room and bath. Living room. The balcony faces South-East.? Though there are many skyscrapers around, you can get plenty of sun, as this room is on the 14th floor 🙂 ???散???鐚????????鴻????ャ????c????????EAST? 莖????鐚?106,500??? ??件?霚若??鐚?0/0 篁俄???????井??50鐚?Off Thank you for checking Palestudio Roppongi East 2. — Higherground Co.,Ltd. 2-8-3 Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan TEL:03-6459-2230 HP:http://www.higherground.co.jp/ TOP PAGE:?https://livingtokyo.net/

  • 08/08/2010
  • 02/28/2021

Apartment close to Roppongi Hills

Olympiad Azabu Kasumizaka Agent Commission 50% off! No Keymoney! Bedrooms: 3 Floor Area: 104.43sqm / 1124.11sqft Address: 3-21-3, Nishi-azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo Access: 7 minutes walk to Roppongi Station / Hibiya Line, Oedo Line, 11 minutes walk to Hiroo Station / Hibiya Line 11 minutes walk to Nogizaka Station / Chiyoda Line Completion: Aug. 2000 Structure: Steel-reinforced Concrete Rent: JPY640,000/month Management Fee: JPY0 Key Money: JPY0 Deposit: 2 months Contract: 2 years Parking: Available Pets: Allowed Olympiad Azabu Kasumizaka faces Roppongi Dori (Street). Though it isn’t very close to stations, you can catch a taxi any time, and also, there is a bus stop within 1 minute walk.? Chii-bus (??<????違??, bus that runs from Roppongi Hills?to Akasaka-mitsuke) costs only 100 yen flat fare! View of Roppongi Hills from a room on the 5th floor of Olympiad Azabu Kasumizaka.? It’s only 4 minutes on foot to Roppongi Hills 🙂 Luxurious hall and lounge. Entrance. ???散???鐚???????潟????≪?若??藝糸???????? 莖????鐚?640,000??? ??件?霚若??鐚?2/0 篁俄???????井??50鐚?Off Thank you for checking Olympiad Azabu Kasumizaka. — Higherground Co.,Ltd. 2-8-3 Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan TEL:03-6459-2230 HP:http://www.higherground.co.jp/ TOP PAGE:?https://livingtokyo.net/

  • 07/30/2010
  • 02/28/2021

Eat the world in Tokyo Restaurants!

About a month has passed since the World Cup ended.? It was an event which enfevered people all around the world . Maybe for some of you, the World Cup was the trigger to learn the rules of soccer. For me, the World Cup was an opportunity not only to know about soccer, but also about the countries which took part.? You might have seen news or TV programs introducing the culture of each competing countries. If you got interested in some of the countries, it is not easy to actually travel, as Japan is floating in the far east, but still, there are means to experience life in those countries. One easy way is to go to ethnic restaurants.? In Tokyo, there are quite a few restaurants which are good at ethnic food. Let me introduce you restaurants at which you can enjoy the cuisine from some of the?best 16 countries. Spain Bar-Restaurante Miyakawa Location: Azabu-juban Website: http://br-miyakawa.hp.infoseek.co.jp/ (Japanese) Enjoy the various Tapas in the atmosphere of a Spain Bar! Germany Budouya Location: Aoyama Website: http://www.budouya-web.com/ (Japanese) Located in the German Cultural Center. In Winter, gibier is available. Netherlands cafe Regenboog Location: Higashi-jujo Website: http://caferegenboog.jugem.jp/?cid=3 Not a restaurant for […]

  • 07/15/2010
  • 02/28/2021

Beer Gardens in Tokyo

Ebisu is the neighbor area of Shibuya, near Roppongi and Hiroo. Near by Ebisu Station (Hibiya line, JR Yamanote line) is Yebisu Garden Place(??究??絲帥???若????潟??????ゃ??): a compound square of shopping, offices, restaurants & cafes. ???Yebisu??? of Yebisu Garden Place is spelled in an archaic style. The origin of the place name ???Ebisu??? or ???Yebisu??? is Yebisu Beer, a product of the Japan Beer Brewery Company, which built its headquarter in this area. Yebisu Beer, named for Ebisu(??究??絲?), one of the Japanese Seven Gods of Fortune(筝?胼霛?) which represents agriculture and commerce, was introduced in 1890 by Japan Beer. In 1901, a train station named Ebisu was built by the company to facilitate distribution of its beer. The town Ebisu was founded around 1928 as a community developed around the Japan Beer facilities, where Yebisu Garden Place now stands. Ebisu in 1938. Japan Beer had been reorganized and was renamed Sapporo Breweries Ltd. in 1964. 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. Speaking of Beer, there are many beer gardens in Tokyo during the hot and humid summer. With some casual hors d’oevures, why not […]