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  • Tokyo Midtown

  • Shopping Malls, Landmarks & Historical Places, Architecture ( Roppongi )
  • One stop place to dine, shop, stay at the Ritz- buy Japanese souvenirs, sake, and have afternoon tea! Great place to spend a cool afternoon on a hot summer day!
  • Venus Fort

  • Shopping Malls ( Odaiba )
  • An amazing shopping Gabriella mentioned, it is like you have been transported to Cesar's Palace in Vegas. Tons of shops and restaurants. Convenient lockers for you to store your jackets a...
  • Sunshine City

  • Shopping Malls, Select Shops ( Ikebukuro )
  • This is the place to go if you want to go shopping. It's popular among foreigners because it boasts clothes that actually fit people who aren't Japanese. There are a ton of clothing shops as well as r...
  • Roppongi Hills

  • Shopping Malls, Landmarks & Historical Places, Architecture ( Roppongi )
  • A complex maze of shops and restaurants that can leave visitors feeling flustered. I frequent this complex in order to visit May's Garden Salon and Estination/Bals. I have become familiar with how t...
  • LaLaport Toyosu

  • Shopping Malls ( Tsukiji )
  • I was told this shopping mall was huge, the biggest in Japan apparently, but I was not prepared for the sheer number of both up-scale and budget stores, reasonably priced restaurants and the casual, c...
  • Aqua City Odaiba & Mediage

  • Shopping Malls, Landmarks & Historical Places ( Odaiba )
  • I went here on a day trip from Asakusa. We took one of the fairies to go and see the bridges and this was our last stop. It's a nice place to end the day visiting the shrines in old Tokyo and visit ...
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  • Hello Kitty Cafe

  • Japanese Sweets & Cafes, Cafes, Shopping Malls ( Odaiba )
  • Scone and coffee are delicious. Very lovely place to rest after shopping. Attractive for kitty fans.
  • La Fuente

  • Shopping Malls ( Daikanyama )
  • I love this shopping mall because the layout of this place is even more fantastic than Daimaru Peacock in Daikanyama! The annex and main buildings are connected in this awesome zig-zag arrangement th...
  • Marunouchi Building

  • Shopping Malls, Landmarks & Historical Places, Architecture ( Tokyo Station )
  • This was a fabulous way to spend my afternoon. It is the very image of the modern and chic Tokyo I was expecting when I arrived here. This building is full of delicious restaurants of all price ranges...
  • Sun Rose Daikanyama

  • Shopping Malls ( Daikanyama )
  • Just a stone's throw away from La Fuente - another great shopping mall. This place is much smaller than any other shopping mall I've been to, but it has a lot of authenticity...everything from the ci...
  • Loveria

  • Shopping Malls ( Daikanyama )
  • This is one of the few "Outdoor-inspired" malls in Tokyo that I've seen. As you may imagine, the type of weather outside dictates how much you can actually enjoy this laid back, European st...
  • Tobu Hope Center

  • Shopping Malls ( Ikebukuro )
  • In the heart of Ikebukuro Station easily accessible by all Tokyo Metro and JR trains is a small mall called Tobu Hope Center. While it contains a few small restaurants (Vie de France being one of them...
  • Omotesando Hills

  • Shopping Malls, Landmarks & Historical Places, Architecture ( Harajuku )
  • High luxury goods and esthetically pleasing to the eye seems to lack least the times that we have been there. With the exception of visiting one of the many restaurants on the to...
  • Hashi Choh

  • Souvenirs, Japanese Goods, Shopping Malls ( Roppongi )
  • I really liked the chopsticks in here. It's really special that they're handmade and the designs are to die for. Since they're handmade, they're also more expensive than just going to a regular stor...
  • 109: Shibuya

  • Shopping Malls ( Shibuya )
  • NOT for the faint of heart or over 30 set unless you wish to go just for the entertainment value. Very loud and head-ache provoking environment, especially when the 'shop girls' yell out IRRASHEMASE ...
  • Atre Ebisu

  • Shopping Malls ( Ebisu )
  • A mall just like all the other malls in Tokyo, although this one has a very nice dessert section with lots of choice. There is a lot to see in this mall, but I wouldn't make a day of it. A nice plac...
  • Itocia Office Tower

  • Shopping Malls, Landmarks & Historical Places ( Ginza )
  • The best part of this building is definitely its selection of fine restaurants. Originally I checked it out to see what was playing on the cinema, but I was ultimately disappointed with the selection,...
  • atre Yotsuya

  • Food Courts, Shopping Malls ( Yotsuya )
  • This is a nice place to spend your lunch hour at. The first floor is essentially a food court, with affordable, yet good restaurants. It includes restaurants like Godiva chocolate, and NY Bagels, and ...
  • Caretta Shiodome

  • Landmarks & Historical Places, Architecture, Shopping Malls ( Shimbashi )
  • Caretta Shiodome is a large office, restaurant and retail space. There are restaurants with spectacular views on the top floors, while more restaurants and shopping areas are located on the lower part...
  • Tokyo Sky Tree

  • Landmarks & Historical Places, Night View Spots, Architecture, Aquariums, Shopping Malls ( Kinshicho )
  • Opened in May 2012, at 634 meters, Tokyo Sky Tree is the highest building in the world. The Sky Tree complex includes an aquarium, shopping mall and office space.
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