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About Akasaka

Akasaka is a town in Minato, Tokyo. It is to the north of Roppongi. In the southwest corner, you will find the Tokyo Imperial Palace. Akasaka, was once the Samurai’s residency in the Edo era but it has been transformed by high buildings, hotels and fancy restaurants. While predominantly designed for residential and commercial purposes, Akasaka also features many antique shops and hotels. The name Akasaka originated from “Kinokunizaka”. It is an area that boasts first-class hotels and foreign embassies. Like Roppongi, Akasaka is now a notable entertainment venue at night. Another distinctive feature of Akasaka is the abundance of exclusive clubs and top-notch Japanese restaurants. You can see the political face of Akasaka, as the Prime Minister's Office of Japan is located here. TBS Broadcasting Center (often referred to as ‘The Big Hat’) is also found in Akasaka. Interesting historic attractions include the Hie Shrine and the Akasaka Myougonji Temple (Toyokawa Inari Shrine).

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Tsukiji Fish Market

Formerly scheduled to move to Toyosu this November, 2016, the world’s largest wholesale fish market is set to remain at Tsukiji for another two years, which is

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Hie Jinja Shrine (Nagata)

Located in Nagata, right next to the sophisticated area of Akasaka, this Shinto shrine is known for its grand historic festivals. The 11-day Sanno Festival, the

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Tokyo Skytree

Tokyo Skytree is a 634-meter high broadcasting and observation tower built in 2012. It is currently the tallest structure in Japan.

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Sanrio Puroland

Sanrio Puroland is a popular theme park from the makers of Hello Kitty.

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Kobe Beef Kaiseki 511

Kobe Beef Kaiseki is the restaurant only serves the highest A-5 grade beef that has scored 11 on the BMS (Beef Marbling Score) for Kobe beef.

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Takazawa, located in the Akasaka area of Tokyo, offers you the best mixture of Japanese and French cuisine.

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Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum

The Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum, at the southern end of the Peace Memorial Park, has continuously appealed for the elimination of nuclear arms and the reali

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Kasane is a Michelin-star Japanese restaurant.

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Akasaka Kitafuku

Akasaka Kitafuku is the peerless Red King Crab dining place, which is known to have one of a kind crab course menu in Tokyo.

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Totoya Uoshin

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Nagazumi is a Japanese restaurant located within a 3 minute walk from either Akasakamitsuke or Nagatacho.