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Tokyo Metropolitan Government Offices
Known as Tokyo Tochō, this grey granite complex designed by Tange Kenzō has stunning, distinctive architecture and great views from the...
NTT Intercommunication Centre
NTT Intercommunication Centre has an excellent collection of cutting-edge works and installations that address the myriad intersections...
Japanese Sword Museum
In 1948, after American forces returned the katana (Japanese swords) they’d confiscated during the post-war occupation, the national...
New York Bar
You may not be lodging at the Park Hyatt, but that doesn’t mean you can’t ascend to the 52nd floor to swoon over the sweeping...
Shinjuku Ns Building
Take the glass lift to the 29th floor for one of Shinjuku’s largest restaurant extravaganzas, and stroll the catwalk across the atrium!
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Lonely Planet review
Perched on the 52nd floor of the Park Hyatt, this a date spot of the highest order. The food is perfectly executed and the views are divine, but the prices are commensurately steep. Lunch is more reasonably priced: the set course includes a gorgeous all-you-can-eat spread of entrees and desserts, plus a main dish. On weekends, a glass of sparkling wine is included (bringing the bill to ¥6600); book ahead.