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A 200,000 sq m nature preserve in the heart of the city, with birds and waterfowl, insects and marine life..
A 200,000 sq m nature preserve in the heart of the city, with birds and waterfowl, insects and marine life.
A luxury hotel and wedding hall, with restaurants, cafes, and banquet rooms
A mildly interesting permanent exhibition covering the brewing process in general and the history of Sapporo Breweries, which brews the upmarket Yebisu label
A must for fans of photography, with multiple floors of constantly changing exhibitions of the best photography from around Japan and the world
A temple most famous as the resting place of the 47 Ronin, a famous group of samurai who banded together to avenge their unfairly slain master
One of a kind and oddly popular with couples on dates, although you might want to skip lunch before (or after) your visit here as the exhibits and pictures can be rather graphic
Specializes in modern Japanese-style paintings and has a notable collection though only a handful are on display at one time due to preservation issues
This small museum hosts a variety of interesting exhibitions in a 1930's house which is a great example of modern architecture in pre-war Japan
The Mori Art Museum in the Mori Tower of Roppongi Hills showcases temporary collections of contemporary art, primarily by Asian artists
Tokyo's latest and greatest art museum, housed in an undulating wave-shaped building designed by Kisho Kurokawa and devoted entirely to changing exhibitions
The Roppongi district is Tokyo's modern cultural center, teeming with art museums, nightclubs, shopping complexes, cabarets, and entertainment venues