A kabuki theater widely known as the "palace of kabuki".
The present theater is the fifth Kabukiza; designed by Kengo Kuma, the architect of the New National Stadium.
Behind the theater is a cafe famous for egg sandwiches.
【Access】An approximately eight minute walk from the hotel
A wholesale market that has supported the food culture in Tokyo for many years.
In the Tsukiji Outer Market, row after row of restaurants can be found.
A great number of tourists from Japan and overseas visit the market.
【Access】An approximately 14 minute walk from the hotel
Featuring a wide array of upscale shops, this district is the finest, most bustling shopping area in Japan.
Stores more than a century old are not unsual, and many shops carry the latest and greatest products - enjoy the fusion of the old and the new.
On weekends and holidays it becomes a pedestrian paradise (off-limits to motor vehicles) at a set specific time.
【Access】An approximately one minute walk from the hotel
The palace where the Emperor and Empress normally reside.
The Imperial Palace can be toured if a request is made in advance.
During cherry-blossom season Kokyoinui-dori, a key road through the grounds is open to the public, and many come to see the flowers.
【Access】An approximately 20 minute walk from the hotel
7-10-9 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, 104-0061
3-5-2 Shimbashi, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 105-0004
3-20-4 Hatchobori, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, 104-0032