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A luxury hotel and wedding hall, with restaurants, cafes, and banquet rooms.
A luxury hotel and wedding hall, with restaurants, cafes, and banquet rooms. One of the most popular attractions, though, is the spectacular public restroom.
1 Chome-8-1 Shimomeguro, Meguro-ku, Tōkyō-to 153-0064, Japan
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
A 200,000 sq m nature preserve in the heart of the city, with birds and waterfowl, insects and marine life
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
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
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
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
Hikarie is a brand new massive building on the East side of Shibuya station with many restaurants, galleries, and theaters
A diminutive statue of a dog tucked away in one corner of the big plaza outside the station, best known as a meeting place and for the story (see box)
The Mori Art Museum in the Mori Tower of Roppongi Hills showcases temporary collections of contemporary art, primarily by Asian artists