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Tokyo Metropolitan Theatre

Art , Music , Performing Arts  |  Sep 17 2009

The first thing that strikes you about this building is the long escalator, travelling from the ...


Shops  |  Sep 17 2009

The main building houses clothing for all occasions on the lower floors (including kimonos on ...

Bobby’s Bar

Bars  |  Sep 17 2009

A small, foreigner-friendly bar on the west side of Ikebukuro station, offering a fine ...


Restaurants & Cafés  |  Sep 17 2009

As much a Mongolian cultural centre as a restaurant, this converted coffee shop serves little ...

Café Bach

Restaurants & Cafés  |  Sep 17 2009

All the beans are roasted on the premises of this dedicated coffee specialist in suburban ...

Chion Shokudo

Restaurants & Cafés  |  Sep 17 2009

Specialising in the fiery cuisine of Sichuan, this basement eatery near Ikebukuro Station is ...

Artist’s Café

Bars  |  Sep 17 2009

A pleasant jazz-themed bar and restaurant on the 43rd floor of a swanky hotel. The nice feature ...

A Raj

Restaurants & Cafés  |  Sep 17 2009

With its colourful wall hangings of Ganesha, Hanuman and Shiva, this modest Indian diner is a ...

Hotel New Koyo

Hotels  |  Sep 17 2009

Clean and friendly, with facilities that put more expensive places to shame (kitchens on each ...


Museums & Attractions  |  Sep 17 2009

This earthquake-prone city is long overdue for a devastating trembler, so the Tokyo Fire ...

Jiyu Gakuen Myonichikan

Museums & Attractions  |  Sep 17 2009

Architect Frank Lloyd Wright’s Imperial Hotel in Tokyo was famously demolished in 1968, but few ...

Juyoh Hotel

Hotels  |  Sep 17 2009

Another cheap option in Taito-ku, the Juyoh caters almost exclusively for foreign visitors. The ...

Zoshigaya Cemetery

Museums & Attractions  |  Sep 17 2009

This tree-shaded cemetery is the final resting place of such notables as John Manjiro ...

Koishikawa Korakuen

Museums & Attractions  |  Sep 17 2009

Koishikawa Korakuen was first laid out in 1629. It’s now only a quarter of its original size, ...

Zoshigaya Missionary Museum

Museums & Attractions  |  Sep 17 2009

Few homes of early foreign Tokyo residents have escaped the ravages of time. This one, built in ...

Homeikan Honkan/Daimachi Bekkan

Hotels  |  Sep 17 2009

This wonderful old ryokan in the sleepy streets of Hongo looks just like a Japanese inn ought ...

Kimi Ryokan

Hotels  |  Sep 17 2009

A ryokan that caters almost exclusively to foreign visitors, Kimi offers simple, small, ...

Asukayama Park

Museums & Attractions , Around Town  |  Sep 17 2009

This wooded hilltop park was once the estate of Eiichi Shibusawa (1840-1931), president of ...

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