Night Cafe CrowDistance: 0.3 mi詳しくは 六本木7-8-5 ロック＆ロックビル 2階 Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-0032 03-3497-9119
Japanese holiday is closed.
Charge: 1,000yen (with 1 food).
森アーツセンターギャラリー 六本木ヒルズ森タワー52階Distance: 0.1 mi詳しくは 六本木６－１０－１ Minato-ku, Tokyo
Calm & Punk GalleryDistance: 0.2 mi詳しくは 西麻布 1-15-15 浅井ビル1F Minato-ku, Tokyo 1060031 81357750825
CALM & PUNK GALLERYは、国内外のアーティストを独自の視座で発掘し、紹介する空間として2006年12月に西麻布にオープンしたアートギャラリーです。
Kaikai Kiki GalleryDistance: 0.5 mi詳しくは 元麻布 2-3-30 Minato-ku, Tokyo 03-6823-6038
Gallery PaletteDistance: 0.5 mi詳しくは 南青山4-17-22 TZビル Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0062 03-3402-0234
Art Unlimited Distance: 0.2 mi詳しくは 南青山1-26-4 六本木ダイヤビル Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0062 03-6805-5280
Contre La Mort / Contre La Mode
Calm&punk GalleryDistance: 0.2 mi詳しくは 東京都港区西麻布１丁目 Minato-ku, Tokyo
２１＿２１デザインサイトDistance: 0.4 mi詳しくは 東京都港区赤坂9-7-6 東京ミッドタウン・ガーデン内 Minato-ku, Tokyo 03-3475-2121
Mori Arts CenterDistance: 0.1 mi詳しくは 六本木ヒルズ Minato-ku, Tokyo
Kana Kawanishi Art OfficeDistance: 0.3 mi詳しくは 南麻布3-9-11 Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-0047 03-5843-9128
Community and Government 近く SuperDeluxe
国立新美術館Distance: 0.3 mi詳しくは 六本木7-22-2 Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-8558
Roppongi Hills Mori TowerDistance: 0.1 mi詳しくは 六本木6-10-1 Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo 106-0032
Roppongi Hills Mori Tower is a 54-story mixed-use skyscraper located in Roppongi, Minato, Tokyo. Completed in 2003 and named for builder Minoru Mori, it is the centerpiece of the Roppongi Hills urban development. It is currently the sixth-tallest building in Tokyo at 238m. The tower has a floor space area of 379,408m squared (4,083,910 sq ft), making it one of the largest buildings in the world by this measure.The Mori Tower building is primarily used for office space, but it also includes retail stores, restaurants and other tourist attractions. The Mori Art Museum is located on the 53rd floor and visitors can view the city from observation decks on the 52nd and 54th floors. The headquarters of Mori Building Company are located in this building.FacilitiesMori Tower is a mixed-use facility that is used for retail and office space. The tower's first six floors house retail stores and restaurants.Mori Arts Center and Art MuseumThe Mori Arts Center is located on floors 49 - 54. This center includes various tourist attractions spread over the tower's top six floors. Two members-only facilities—a library and a private club—are located on floors 49 and 51, respectively. Visitors are provided with views of the city at Tokyo City View on the 52nd floor and an open-air roof deck on the 54th floor.Opening in October 2003, the Mori Art Museum is the centerpiece of the Mori Arts Center. Its interior was designed by Gluckman Mayner Architects, and it originally occupied the entire 53rd floor as well as a portion of the 52nd floor. The museum's galleries on the 52nd floor have since been removed, however. British-born David Elliott served as the museum's director until he resigned in late 2006, and Fumio Nanjo assumed the position. The museum is one of the only venues in Tokyo with a percentage of foreign visitors comparable to the Tokyo National Museum, but it attracts fewer visitors in total.
東京タワー 特別展望台Distance: 1.0 mi詳しくは 芝公園４丁目２−８ Minato-ku, Tokyo 105-0011 03-3433-5111
Akasaka StationDistance: 0.9 mi詳しくは 東京都港区赤坂5-4-5 Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0052 03-3586-3141
akasaka SacasDistance: 1.0 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
Nirvana New York, Tokyo MidtownDistance: 0.5 mi詳しくは 赤坂9-7-4 Ｄ-0120 ガーデンテラス1F Minato-ku, Tokyo 03-5647-8305
Aoyama-itchōme StationDistance: 0.9 mi詳しくは 南青山1-1-19 Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0062
Nishimachi International SchoolDistance: 0.5 mi詳しくは 2-14-7 Moto-Azabu Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-0046 03-3451-5520
Nishimachi International School, established in 1949, is a co-educational, non-sectarian, private K-9 day school located in the Azabu area of Tokyo, Japan. The main language of instruction is in English. Japanese is taught to all students every day from beginner to native speaker level.HistoryNishimachi International School was founded by Tané Matsukata, granddaughter of former Prime Minister of Japan Matsukata Masayoshi, and sister of Haru M. Reischauer, wife of former United States Ambassador to Japan Edwin O. Reischauer.Tané Matsukata returned to Japan after seventeen years in the U.S., where she received her education and spent the war years. She found Tokyo still badly scarred from the war although the slow process of rebuilding had begun. In discussion with friends, she began to realize the important role that education would play in the reconstruction process. Together they explored the alternatives and concluded that a new approach other than traditional education was needed, one that stressed the human side of learning and had peaceful coexistence with others as an objective. Learning a second language, in this case English, was step one in the educational process. They saw this as fundamental to extending the children's understanding beyond the boundaries of their own culture and into other cultures. They hired a teacher for Japanese, and the school that was eventually to become Nishimachi opened its doors to its first four students. Matsukata is related by marriage to the late Harvard professor, Edwin O. Reischauer.
International House Of JapanDistance: 0.4 mi詳しくは 5-11-16 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-0032 +81-334704611
Embassy of Canada in JapanDistance: 0.9 mi詳しくは 赤坂７丁目３−３８ プラースカナダビル Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0052 03-5412-6200
Embassy of Canada, TokyoDistance: 0.9 mi詳しくは 赤坂７丁目３−３８ プラースカナダビル Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0052 03-5412-6200
The Embassy of Canada to Japan is the main diplomatic mission from Canada to Japan, located in Tokyo. The embassy is Canada's third oldest "foreign" legation after Paris and Washington D.C. (the High Commissions to other Commonwealth states are not considered "foreign" by the Canadian government).The reason for the legation's creation had much to do with anti-Asian feeling in the Canadian province of British Columbia during the first half of the 20th Century. Prime Minister Mackenzie King was anxious to limit Japanese migration to Canada, saying "our only effective way to deal with the Japanese question is to have our own Minister in Japan to vise passports."The British government was hesitant to anything that might be seen to undermine Imperial unity, but finally in May 1929, the Canadian legation opened. The first "minister" was Sir Herbert Marler. The embassy soon added trade and political roles to immigration. Construction of the chancery was completed in 1934.In 1938 the minister came back to Canada without being replaced. In 1941 once Canada and Japan were at war the legation staff was placed under arrest and not repatriated to Canada until mid-1942.After the war, Canada's leading Japan expert, Herbert Norman, instead of being minister to Japan was attached to represent Canada with Supreme Commander Allied Powers, General Douglas MacArthur.
Nippon Television Network Corporation, doing business as Nippon TV, is a television network based in the Shiodome area of Minato, Tokyo, Japan and is controlled by the Yomiuri Shimbun publishing company. Broadcasting terrestrially across Japan, the network is commonly known as, contracted to, and abbreviated as "NTV" or "AX".
Spiral (building)Distance: 0.9 mi詳しくは 5-6-23 Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Spiral is a building by architect Fumihiko Maki in Aoyama, Tokyo, Japan. It was commissioned by lingerie company Wacoal and was completed in 1985. It is a multi-use building, with gallery space, multipurpose hall, cafe, restaurant and bar, salon, and shops. The defining feature of the building is a seemingly floating spiral ramp (15m in diameter) that encircles the rear gallery space and climbs to the second floor. The exterior facade of aluminum and glass reflects the jumbled nature of the surrounding streetscape. Also known as the Wacoal Art Center, Spiral is a nexus of cultural life in Aoyama, presenting music, art, film, and theater events.Location5-6-23 Minami Aoyama, Minato, TokyoSources - web version of print source
赤坂御苑Distance: 1.1 mi詳しくは 東京都 Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0051
VelfarreDistance: 0.3 mi詳しくは Roppongi district Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-6108
was a disco located in the Roppongi district of Tokyo, Japan. Velfarre was the self-professed "largest disco in Asia" with a capacity of 1,500 people, with three floors above ground and three floors below; owned by Tetsuya Komuro and Avex Trax. Velfarre was, and still is, known for Trance, Eurobeat, Techno, Para Para, and Disco related events. Velfarre held concerts for Avex Trax artists, and was able to be rented for private events.Timetable1994: December 1994 featured the Grand Opening of Velfarre with performances by opening acts: Bananarama and trf. Featuring a live performance by Donna Summer and Cheryl Lynn. Countdown event brings in 5,000 people, hosted by DJ John Robinson. Incidentally, John was responsible for bringing the Velfarre project to Avex. Whilst at Juliana's Tokyo, he was one of "gang of six" who planned to open an even bigger, better club in a more central location. John introduced gang of six leader Mr. Origuchi to then Avex president Tom Yoda.
Johnny & AssociatesDistance: 0.5 mi詳しくは 赤坂8丁目11番20号 Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0052 03-3423-6255
is a Japanese talent agency, formed by Johnny Kitagawa in 1962, which trains and promotes groups of male entertainers known as Johnnies In 1999 the company sued Bungeishunjū, publisher of Shukan Bunshun, which published articles alleging that sexual abuse and coercion to use drugs (alcohol and tobacco) had occurred at the agency. A lower court initially ruled in favor of the agency, awarding ¥8.8 million in damages, but the award was reduced on appeal; the higher court ruled that sexual abuse had occurred, although the reports of drinking and smoking were defamatory.History1962–1989In 1962, Kitagawa launched his first group, Johnnys. Six years later, Four Leaves (a boy band created by the agency) became successful. Since then Kitagawa has formed a number of successful acts, such as solo artist Masahiko Kondo (whose song, "Orokamono", won the 1987 Japan Record Award) and Hikaru Genji, the first Johnny group with three singles on the Japanese Oricon yearly chart in 1988.1990–2009During the 1990s Johnny & Associates began declining nominations from the Japan Record Awards and the Japan Academy Awards, partly due to a dispute about the musical genre of one of their groups at the 32nd Japan Record Awards. Another reason cited was that the nominations would engender competition among Johnny groups and with other nominees.
The Pink Cow - Restaurant, Art Bar & Funky SpaceDistance: 0.4 mi詳しくは 六本木5-5-1 ロアビルB1F Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-0032 03-6434-5773
The Pink Cow California Restaurant & Bar - Great California Food, Vibe, Drinks, Art & Music in a relaxed, living room style setting. Welcome to California in the middle of Tokyo! Comfortable & Friendly. Meet people from all over the world! Check our events schedule at www.thepinkcow.com.
The Pink Cow’s Famous Cal-Mex Buffet:
Great for parties of all types or just come enjoy our unique selection of dishes and drinks in a comfortable California living room atmosphere.
Try our Pink Cow Famous Burritos and other great Cal-Mex Chef Specials!
ピンクカウ•カリフォルニアレストラン - 美味しいカリフォルニア料理、お酒、アート＆音楽を楽しめる、大きなリビングルームのようなくつろげる店内。東京のど真ん中のカリフォルニアへようこそ！イベントはwww.thepinkcow.comでチェック。
JAZZ CLUB BODY&SOUL since 1974, Minami-Aoyama, TOKYO.
One of the most time-honored jazz club in JAPAN.
The Oak Door 距離: 0.1 mi詳しくは 6-10-3 Roppongi, Minato-Ku, Tokyo, Japan 106-0032 Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-0032 03-4333-8784
Tusk Bar 距離: 0.1 mi詳しくは 東京都港区六本木6-10-1 六本木ヒルズ ウエストウォーク 1F / 1F West Walk, Roppongi Hills, 6-10-1 Roppongi Minato-ku, Tokyo Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-0032 03-3478-9991
Tusk, located at the foot of the West Walk, a prime spot in the famous Roppongi Hills Complex will reflect the style of a sophisticated and chic city bar that you would find in the heart of New York, London or Sydney, something still strangely lacking in Tokyo.The 10 meter long bar and extensive up bottle bar will be the main and impressive centerpiece, housing a vast range of rare and infused vodkas and gins.To your right will be the DJ and VIP area, all encased in a state of the art sound system and the final touch, two over sized paintings exclusively commissioned and created by Masashi Ozawa.
In tune with the surroundings, the beverages and food will not disappoint.