Exhibition:ukiyo-e artist, Kyōsai Kawanabe3.4
from 2/6 '19 to 3/31 '19
This ukiyo-e exhibition features the work of the world renowned pupil of Kuniyoshi Utagawa, Kyōsai Kawanabe, who was active into the Meiji era.
Kyōsai was an artist whose work abounds with the humor typical of a disciple of Kuniyoshi, yet also possesses the characteristic proficiency of the Kanō school.
Purposeeasily accessible,surreal&cool,knows a lot about Japan,art,sightseeing
Airport/Sta.Roppongi Sta. (about 400m) Google Transit
We guide this spot.
5.0a week ago
Wonderfully designed, very upscale shopping experience that has something for everyone. Good casual food selection on B1 and a large number of really nice cafes and restaurants on the upper floors. The eclectic shops have a stunning selection of interesting Japanese and imported items. This wonderful building and complex is so much nicer than the usual (boring) shopping/eating experiences.
The grounds and gardens surrounding the buildings are worth a visit and a stroll on their own.
Overall, the nicest shopping mall experience in Tokyo and a worthy destination for a day in central Tokyo.
5.02 weeks ago
Oh my God this cherry blossom spot is the place to go at night. The illumination reflecting off the trees is so amazing. Definitely go there multiple times during the season. So many people are out enjoying the Sakura. The little bubbles with small tables is truly awesome
5.0a week ago
This is a very high end shopping mall. Beautiful clothes, stores, food and during the Christmas holiday season they have a fabulous light show.
4.0a month ago
Tokyo Midtown is a new style of complex Cory based on the concept of "High quality daily life in midtown Tokyo" There are many stores, restaurants, a rich green park, museums such as the 21 21 Design and National Art Center of Tokyo. Upbeat pace to visit indeed.
5.02 months ago
One of the best in town. Nice restaurants, cozy atmosphere, easy to get by using the public transportation. A place to spend sometime checking the book store, delicatessen shops, museums (including Fujifilm corner with a lot of ancient photography cameras and exhibitions).