Akasaka Sacas


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This area is centered around the TBS Broadcasting Center. It was named to represent both the blooming of the cherry blossom (sakura sakasu in Japanese) and the many inclines (saka) in the Akasaka area including Sanbunzaka, Yagenzaka, Tangozaka, and Hikawasaka. Read from the right, 'akasaka Sacas' becomes 'saca - saka - saka'. It includes shops, restaurants, and a business tower as well as entertainment facilities including the live house 'Akasaka BLITZ' and the 'Akasaka ACT Theater'. It also boasts the first Le Boulanger Dominique Saibron in Japan which became famous for the long lines of shoppers it generated upon opening and the continually selling out of its 400 croissants every morning. Over 100 cherry blossom trees can be seen blooming here in the spring.



5 Akasaka Minato, Tokyo

Transport Akasaka station (Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line) or Akasaka-mitsuke station (Tokyo Metro Marunouchi , Ginza Lines), belleVie Akasaka exit or Tameike-sanno station (Tokyo Metro Ginza, Namboku Lines), exit 7

Telephone 03 3746 1111

Open TBS Store: Mon-Fri 11am-9pm Sat, Sun and nat. Holiday 11am-8pm



Please note: All information is correct at the time of writing but is subject to change without notice.

Restaurants & Cafés near Akasaka Sacas

Cote de Rouge

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Ushibenkei Akasaka

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