Quite possibly the city's tiniest art gallery, The Container is literally a shipping container located within a hair salon. Really, it...
In addition to a daily line-up of bilingual classes (mostly Hatha yoga), Yogajaya holds workshops with teachers visiting from overseas....
Daikanyama is the anti-Shibuya: a shopping district that favours small boutiques, quiet streets and a wealthy, impeccably dressed...
This dim, moody lounge is run by the custom bicycle makers of the same name. It's in an old house with the ceiling cut away to expose...
At this stylish cafe, sit yourself on the terrace or inside the glass jewel box of a room for some of the neighbourhood’s best...
1-34-17 Ebisu-nishi · interesting places nearby
On weekends, this subterranean club has two shows: live music in the evening and a DJ-hosted event after hours. Acts range from Japanese indie bands to overseas artists making their Japanese debut. Unit is less grungy than other Tokyo live houses; it draws a stylish young crowd and, thanks to its high ceilings, it doesn’t get too smoky.