Japan Traditional Crafts
If you're interested in the art of ikebana (flower arranging), this avant-garde school offers classes that are taught in English. The...
Sōgetsu is one of Japan’s leading schools of avant-garde ikebana, offering classes in English. Even if you have no interest in flower...
Honda Welcome Plaza Aoyama
The amazing, spacemanlike ASIMO, the world’s most advanced humanoid robot, does brief daily demonstrations on stage here, bowing,...
Royal Garden Café
This large airy bakery along the ginkgo-lined path to Jingū Gaien park has year-round outdoor seating and wi-fi, plus lunch sets from...
Nirvana New York
Upmarket Tokyo Midtown’s signature Indian eatery is shiny and sceney. Nirvana’s butter-chicken curry has fans all over town. If dinner’s...
Lonely Planet review
Supported by the Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, this showroom is a valuable resource for working artisans and crafts collectors. You’ll find on display more than 130 different types of crafts, often with English labels, ranging from lacquerwork boxes to paper, textiles to earthy pottery.