In line with the neighbourhood vibe, this gallery favours contemporary art with a pop-culture fl avour. Recent exhibitions have included...
Tobacco & Salt Museum
For years, smokers have found solace in Tokyo’s cafes and bars, and for much of that time the government was in the business of...
Cinema Rise screens independent international cinema, but very few indie Japanese films. Just around the corner is an even more...
Modern twists on seasonally changing Japanese izakaya (pub/eatery) dishes are matched with an array of wine, beer and sake cocktails....
Lonely Planet review
Parco stretches over several buildings and includes restaurants, gallery space (Parco Factory), a theatre, cinema and Club Quattro. The Parco 1 building has the best shops, which get edgier as you ascend; look for fun Japanese labels like Hysteric Glamour and Merci Beaucoup on the 3rd and 4th floors. There’s also an excellent bookshop in the basement.