The Pink Cow - Restaurant, Art Bar & Funky SpaceDistance: 0.1 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。
SuperDeluxeDistance: 0.5 mi詳しくは 西麻布3-1-25 B1F Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-0031 03-5412-0515
ベルサール六本木Distance: 0.4 mi詳しくは 六本木７丁目１８−１８ 住友不動産六本木通ビル1F・B1 Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-0032 03-5413-3988
Akasaka BlitzDistance: 0.8 mi詳しくは 赤坂5-3-2 Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0052 03-3589-2277
is a music venue in Minato, Tokyo, which opened in April 1996, and is owned and operated by Tokyo Broadcasting System Television, Inc. As part of a redevelopment plan that involved the demolition of several TBS buildings in the area, it closed from 2003 until its reopening on March 20, 2008.
ドイツフェスティバル DeutschlandfestDistance: 0.8 mi詳しくは 六本木7丁目 Minato-ku, Tokyo 1070062
Okura Museum of Art 距離: 0.5 mi詳しくは 虎ノ門2-10-3 Minato-ku, Tokyo 105-0001 03-3583-0781
Okura Museum of Art is a museum in Tokyo, Japan.The museum opened in Toranomon, Tokyo in 1917 to house the collection of pre-modern Japanese and East-Asian Art amassed since the Meiji Restoration by industrialist Ōkura Kihachirō. The museum collection includes some 2,500 works, among which are three National Treasures and twelve Important Cultural Properties.The museum is located within the grounds of the Hotel Okura Tokyo. It has been closed for renovation since April 1, 2014.HistoryThe Okura Museum of Art was the first private museum in Japan. The museum and all the exhibits on display were destroyed in the 1923 Great Kantō earthquake although works then in storage survived. The exhibition hall was rebuilt in 1927 by leading architect and architectural historian Itō Chūta and is a Registered Cultural Property. The museum collection was subsequently augmented by the founder's son, Ōkura Kishichirō.CollectionThe three National Treasures in the collection are a Heian-period wooden statue of Samantabhadra (Fugen Bosatsu in Japanese) riding on an elephant; a scroll painting Imperial Guard Cavalry dating to 1247; and a copy of the preface to the Kokinshū attributed to Minamoto no Shunrai. Losses in the 1923 earthquake include one of the dry lacquer statue group of the Ten Great Disciples of which six survive at Kōfuku-ji (National Treasures).