Mandarin Oriental (Tokyo)
About this sight
Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo is a luxury hotel located in the Nihonbashi Mitsui Tower.
The Beat Diner
The Beat Diner is an American style style restaurant serving up a range of delicious burgers and other meats.
Nihonbashi Mitsui Hall
This is the venue for various arts activities, seminars and other large events.
A large department store located in the upmarket and classy neighborhood of Nihonbashi. photo by Shinya ICHINOHE
Bank of Japan
The headquarters of the Bank of Japan is located in a century-old building in Nihonbashi.
Coredo Muromachi 3
Following the first Coredo Muromachi, this third department store in the Nihonbashi Muromachi area opened its doors in March 2014. It houses a total of 83 shops
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