Blue Note Tokyo
This recently renovated museum offers a striking blend of old and new: a renowned collection of Japanese, Chinese and Korean antiquities...
Ohara School of Ikebana
Ohara specialises in flower-arranging classes for students of all levels. One-timers and short-term visitors are welcome, as are those...
Of course you could shop here, but you can also ogle the gorgeous, convex glass bubbles of the exterior. Designed by Herzog & de...
Darting fish within the walls of back-lit, blue aquariums make a visual counterpoint to the bop of jazz basslines.
Kinokuniya International Supermarket
Rather pricey, but stocked with fresh bread, flawless fruits, cheeses and chocolates galore.
Lonely Planet review
off The serious cognoscenti roll up to this, Tokyo’s prime jazz spot in Aoyama, to take in the likes of Maceo Parker, Herbie Hancock and Doctor John. Just like its sister acts in New York and Milan, the digs here are classily decorated with dark wood and deep velvet, making this the perfect spot for a slow night of cool sounds.