is a development project in Tokyo and one of Japan's largest integrated property developments, located in the Roppongi district of Minato, Tokyo. The architecture and use of the space is documented in the book Six Strata: Roppongi Hills Redefined.Constructed by building tycoon Minoru Mori, the mega-complex incorporates office space, apartments, shops, restaurants, cafés, movie theatres, a museum, a hotel, a major TV studio, an outdoor amphitheatre, and a few parks. The centerpiece is the 54-story Mori Tower. Mori's stated vision was to build an integrated development where high-rise inner-urban communities allow people to live, work, play, and shop in proximity to eliminate commuting time. He argued that this would increase leisure time, quality of life, and benefit Japan's national competitiveness. Seventeen years after the design's initial conception, the complex opened to the public on April 25, 2003.The developmentRoppongi Hills cost over $4 billion and is built on a 27-acre site. The site amalgamated more than 400 smaller lots Mori acquired over 14 years.Mori TowerMori Tower is a 54-storey high-rise building designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox that houses an art museum, restaurants, cafes, clinics, stores, the offices of Allen & Overy, Barclays Capital, Ferrari Japan, Goldman Sachs, J-WAVE, Konami, Time Inc., Chevron, BASF, Lenovo, Baidu, GREE, BP, SAS Institute and Google. The Pokémon Company has its headquarters in the Mori Tower.
Hard Rock Cafe TokyoDistance: 0.1 mi詳しくは 六本木５丁目４－２０ Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 106-0032
Worldstar CafeDistance: 0.2 mi詳しくは 六本木５丁目１−３ ゴトウビルB1 Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-0032 03-3408-3475
Kingstone Cafe 'N' BarDistance: 0.2 mi詳しくは Koda Building 5F, Roppongi, 3-13-10 Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-0032 03-6698-9001
First drink 1,000 yen!! after check menu!!!
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Kingston Bar opened for business in 2003 and has since been operated by a close associate of Mr. Samuel Freeman, president of Freeman Labor Force Japan. Under the new management agreement,
Kingston Bar is being re-made to better entertain its old and loyal customers - as well as attract new members to this international community!
“I want to take this chance to say thanks to all Kingston Bar customers and reggae-music lovers in Japan who have helped keep Kingston Bar alive and in business.
A little history of the relationship between the previous owner and Mr. Freeman.
“I got interested in this African,Ethnic,Traditional and Reggae-music world,” explained Freeman. “The owner of Kingston Bar is a longtime friend of mine; we hang out a lot and have observed the entertainment world of Japan. He is very experienced in business and the ways of Japan, and he is my sempai.
We always talk about music and we discovered that African,Ethnic,Traditional and Reggae music suits Japanese people very well,” Freeman continued. “From there, he opened Kingston Bar eight years ago, and I went on to start Freeman Labor Force Japan. We have always continued to advise and support each other. Now, after much talking and planning, we have decided that Freeman Labor Force Japan will take over the management of Kingston Bar. “This means a new system and new ways of entertainment with African,Ethnic,Traditional and Reggae music in Japan,” Freeman said. “Freeman Labor Force Japan will do its best to make King.stone Cafe ‘n’Bar a place for people to feel naturally at ease, make friends and enjoy music, and food.”
㈱FREEMAN LABOR FORCE JAPAN 代表フリーマン・サミュエルの念願であったBAR の運営開始より半年、念願であった理由とその目的を簡単ですが紹介いたします。
エッグセレントDistance: 0.4 mi詳しくは 〒106-0032 東京都港区六本木6-4-1 ハリウッドビューティプラザ1F Minato-ku, Tokyo 03-3423-0089
akasaka SacasDistance: 0.8 mi詳しくは 東京都港区 Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0052
akasaka Sacas is an area in Akasaka, Tokyo, Japan, where the TBS Broadcasting Center and the site of the "Akasaka 5-chome TBS Development Project" stand.OverviewConstruction began in February 2005 and the buildings were completed in January 2008. akasaka Sacas was opened on March 20, 2008, following Akasaka Biz Tower Shops&Dining. It was created for the recreation of the area around the TBS station. Following the creation of TBS broadcasting center in 1994, the akasaka Sacas project was finally completed after 17 years for the 40th anniversary in 1991. "Sacas Opening Fes" was held from March 20 until April 4, 2008."Sacas" (sakasu) means letting the cherry blossoms bloom, and also means lots of hills (Japanese for hill, saka, plus s). Also, when "Akasaka Sacas" is written backwards, it becomes "Saca, Saka, Saka" (three hills). This naming was done purposely.Facilities and buildings TBS Broadcasting Center the headquarters of Tokyo Broadcasting System Holdings, Inc. (TBS HD)the headquarters and studio of Tokyo Broadcasting System Television, Inc. (TBS)the headquarters and studio of TBS Radio & Communications, Inc. (TBS Radio)the headquarters and studio of BS-TBS, Inc.the headquarters and studio of C-TBS, Inc. Akasaka Biz Tower the headquarters of Hakuhodo DY Group Companies (Hakuhodo DY Holdings, Inc., Hakuhodo, Inc., Hakuhodo DY Media Partners, Inc.)the Akasaka headquarters of Universal Music Japan (once the headquarters of EMI Music Japan until 2013)Mainichi Broadcasting System, Inc. Tokyo Branch Officethe headquarters of Tokyo Electron LimitedAkasaka Biz Tower Shops&Dining Akasaka ACT Theater (operated by Tokyo Broadcasting System Television, Inc.) Akasaka The Residence