With over ten attractions and shops, this indoor theme park is sure to make fans of the popular Shonen Jump series smile along with Captain Luffy D. Monkey. Opened in 2015, Tokyo One Piece Tower offers games, attractions, restaurants, and shops all related to that infamous Straw Hat Crew of the One Piece universe.
After five years, Tokyo One Piece Tower closed permanently on 31st July 2020.
Visit Tongari Island (so named for the shape of Tokyo Tower that houses One Piece Tower as tongari means pointed) and play along with the pirate crew in their themed attractions. From slashing through cannonballs with Zoro to gambling at a casino house with Nami, every member of the Straw Hat Crew has their own experience for fans to engage in. Enjoy live shows that change every couple of years. Afterward, be sure to visit the shops for some original merchandise you won't find anywhere else. And dine in style at Sanji's Oresama Restaurant.
Tokyo One Piece Tower is located inside of Tokyo Tower. It can be easily accessed by foot from any number of nearby train stations: Akabanebashi Station (Akabane Hashiguchi exit) on the Toei Oedo Line; Kamiyacho Station (Exit 1) on the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line; Onimen Station (Exit A1) on the Toei Mita Line; Daimon Train Station (Exit A6) on the Toei Asakusa Line; or Hamamatsucho Station (North Exit) on the JR Yamanote Line.
Just minutes from Shinagawa Station, the Grand Prince Hotel New Takanawa is surrounded by lush greenery in the Takanawa area, with rooms offering balcony views of the nearby gardens and surrounding Tokyo cityscape. This urban resort features convention facilities like the Hiten banquet hall, international Convention Center Pamir, as well as a wide variety of Japanese, Chinese and Western restaurants.
Oakwood Premier Tokyo comes from a brand of standout luxury hotel & service apartments right at the heart of the Tokyo metropolis. It is located in the business hub of Marunouchi with JR Tokyo Station in close proximity. This will allow guests and travelers to easily access the city's extensive transport network and visit various landmarks such as Imperial Palace, Tsukiji Fish Market, Ginza and Shopping District. Boasting 123 luxurious apartments on the upper floors of a multi-serviced complex, each room offers a magnificent view of the city not to mention all furnished and a fully-equipped kitchen set which is rarely seen in your everyday service apartment. Without doubt, these spacious tranquil retreats are curated to give you the amenities and services of a luxury hotel and a feeling of home. They are good options for both business executives and leisure travelers from one night of a short-stay to a few weeks/months of mid to long-term stay.
Dai-ichi Hotel Tokyo Seafort is part of the Hankyu-Hanshin luxury hotels group. Since 1938, this luxury hotel has been opening its doors to guests who seek a comfortable stay with convenient access to central Tokyo.
Motsu (offal) is their signature item, and they offer not the common motsu-yaki, but stir-fried motsu with different flavors depending on the type of offal meat. The stir-fried beef Abomasum eaten with a traditional sauce passed down over many years is popular.
One of the long-established restaurants in the area, it is always packed. But since there are also seats on the second floor, customer turnover is quick. The Spicy Beef Tendon Stew made by stewing high-quality meat from the neighborhood butcher with Korean spices is popular.
This restaurant offers a selection of foods that will keep you drinking, such as stew made with fresh meat and stir-fried offal, etc. You'll want to enjoy them with makgeolli, or Junnama Makko-bee that combines makgeolli and beer.
San'en-zan Zōjō-ji is a Jōdo-shū Buddhist temple in Tokyo, Japan. It is the main temple of the Jōdo-shū Chinzei sect of Buddhism in the Kantō region. [Wikipedia]
The Mori Art Museum in Roppongi has set itself the goal of being a place of fun, stimulation and discussion - a place where what is important in culture and society is openly discussed. Not only through the exhibitions that are shown there, but also through a wide range of educational programs. It appeals to an audience that ranges from young schoolchildren to college students and seniors, from people who live in regional society to all over the world. The operators of the museum also consider it their task to create a platform for the artists from the region. Since opening, the museum has received high critical acclaim for its wide variety of unique exhibitions, many of which are centered on cosmopolitan themes.
Roppongi Hills is one of the largest real estate complexes in Japan, based in Roppongi, Minato-ku. The building complex designed by Minoru Mori and opened in 2003 consists of offices, stylish apartments, shops, restaurants, cinemas, a museum, an art gallery, a hotel, a TV studio, an outdoor amphitheater and a few parks, the office floors house leading companies in the IT and financial sectors, making Roppongi Hills a symbol of the Japanese IT industry. In the center of Roppongi Hills is the 238-meter-high Mori Tower, one of the tallest buildings in the city. On the top floors there is an observation deck that offers a beautiful view of Tokyo and a modern art museum focusing on new artistic ideas from around the world. There are numerous shopping opportunities throughout the complex and there is also a large Toho Cinemas cinema showing both Japanese and international films.