Ebisu and Shirokane Area
The building of this museum is itself an artwork of the Art Deco style that swept through the world of European decorative art in the 1920s and 30s. The museum continues to convey the beauty of the movement to new generations.
Sengaku-ji is a famous Buddhist temple which was originally located in a different district in Tokyo. The current temple building in Takanawa was reconstructed by five feudal lords including Mori and Asano on the orders of Shogun Iemitsu Tokugawa.
Roppongi and Azabu Area
One of Japan's largest integrated property developments, Roppongi Hills is a stylish complex boasting a comprehensive range of facilities including an observation deck, movie theater, art museum, and a variety of shops and restaurants.
Featuring one of Japan's largest exhibition spaces, the National Art Center, Tokyo is an innovative art museum that serves as a venue for a variety of exhibitions and also acts as a promotional center for all kinds of art-related activities.
With part of the building open to the public, visitors can visit the set of TV program reproduced, enjoy the views from the spherical observatory deck and take part in a variety of special events.
Ooedo-Onsen Monogatari is a hot spring theme park constructed in traditional Japanese style. There are plenty of bathing facilities, restaurants and old-time amusements in typical Edo-style town scape.