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Not so long ago the Akasaka and Roppongi areas were famous for their nightlife, high-class restaurants, bars and clubs. More recently, with the opening of Roppongi Hills, Tokyo Midtown and Akasaka Sacas, the area has declared itself as the most fashionable spot to be seen. The area also hosts the National Art Center and the Mori Art Museum and lots of trendy art galleries.
We went there just to see the performance of Asimo robot and we were not disappointed.. we were even allowed to take photograph with Asimo. it was very nice to watch it Personally
This showroom itself is not much.. it is not like the Toyota Mega web showroom in Tokyo, which is very big and has got almost all the...
It is located just behind Nezu Museum but you need to walk 7 minutes to reach there as the entrance is in the opposite side. You can see an elegant 11 faced Kannon which was rebuilt as the original was burnt down together with the temple during the air raid by Americans. The original was believed to have been carved...
Go about one hour before sunset to get the best sight of the city as all the lights come on , its the best time , unfortunately it does get very busy with locals as well as torist at this tme but well worth it for the view.
Unexpectedly intimate. So close to the chefs. Food is fresh and prepared and served course after course after course... Delicious, subtle flavours, kaiseki style. Owner and head chef trained in Canada for a year so he speaks very good English, don't be shy. Beautiful atmosphere, calm, peaceful, not intimidating.
Staffs were very helpful even though they spoke very little English.
English menu available and they know well about food allergies. There are some other branches in Tokyo as well so this is very convenient for a tourist like me :)
Wish there were more options for gluten free customers, but this one is thankful enough - love you :)
Stayed 2 nights with my parents on a visit to Tokyo. The hotel has a great location as it is part of the Roppongi hills complex. The hotel is within 5-10 minutes walk from Roppongi Station (Tokyo Metro - Hibiya Line or Toei Subway - Oedo Line)
The rooms are well appointed, very modern, comfortable and clean. The most amazing...
We recently came back from our first visit to Japan, spending time in my wife's often talked about but never visited ancestral birthplace of Kume Okinawa Japan.
Prior to Kume we spent 4 nights, including New Years Eve, in Tokyo. To say that finding decent and reasonably priced accomodations in one of the worlds most expensive cities was difficult is...
The check-in process went very quickly. The hotel room was very clean but fairly small. The room also comes with washer/dryer and microwave. The hotel is also close to several convenience stores. Another plus was the hotel was near by the metro station.
Overall, it was a great stay at the Tokyu Stay Aoyama Premier.
"Spacious and luxurious rooms in a great neighborhood"
reviewed December 3, 2018 by steez
I had a really enjoyable stay here. This was my first stop on my trip in Japan and I rented a Modern Double Room - it was large and luxurious. The bed was very comfortable and the room was super quiet - the bathroom was spacious, the was shower top notch. Service was extremely polite and obliging. This hotel is...
We stayed here for a few days in November. The hotel lobby is nice, the room is clean, and the location is good if you are doing things in the Roppongi area.
The drawbacks are that the view out of the hotel room window is very ugly and it's very noisy. The reason for both is that the rooms (at...