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Akasaka Excel Hotel Tokyu

Tokyo, Japan

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Japanese Culture, Creative Cuisines, & Stunning City Views

Ninja Akasaka: After locating the covert entrance of this ninja-themed restaurant, you’ll immediately be led through a labyrinth of wooden walkways and secret passages to complete your “Ninja Training” and grab your seat (which may even be on the floor). Your entire dining experience nails the ninja style from the star-shaped courses to each room’s ancient Japanese castle furnishings. Between the tableside magic shows (a favorite of families), creative cuisine, and incredibly entertaining staff, Ninja Akasaka is one of Akasaka’s most popular and famous attractions. We recommend you call the restaurant to make reservations well in advance.

Roppongi District: While its nightlife is often the talk of the town, the Roppongi District isn’t all just after-hours fun. Head to Roppongi Hills to explore the temporary exhibitions of contemporary art at the Mori Art Museum, before heading upstairs for dazzling city views from the Tokyo City View Observation Deck. We suggest stopping by the observation area after the sun goes down to see the Tokyo Tower and Tokyo Skytree light up the cityscape in the distance.

Hie Shrine: Situated atop a hill between Akasaka and Nagatacho, this complex of shrines and gardens is most known for its photo-friendly red Torri gates tunnel out back. After admiring the tunnel, enjoy the traditional Japanese architecture and culture abundant at this surprisingly-peaceful, urban shrine. You’ll often see others praying throughout the grounds, and if you’re lucky, you might even catch a Sunday ceremony (weddings are quite popular here).

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