Shin Marunouchi Building4.3
This 36-story skyscraper on the Marunouchi side of Tokyo Station is a landmark of this area. Replacing the original 8-story building, this tower completed in 2007 has around 100 shops and 40 restaurants on the lower seven floors and some high-end restaurants on 35th and 36th floors with great views of the city.
The 7th floor, called the Marunouchi House, is especially popular with couples and office workers, as sophisticated restaurants and bars with younger trendy feels are open until late at nigh. The floor is surrounded by terraces, most part of which is open to the public, and you can bring in drinks (food is not allowed) and sit on a bench to enjoy city views.
Purposelet's go for a drink,now this is Japanese cuisine,easily accessible,couple,Gourmet,surreal&cool,fashion,women,if you are free,let's go,art,shopping
Airport/Sta.Tokyo International Airport (about 15km) Google Transit
We guide this spot.
5.03 weeks ago
Love this building!! Go to the terrace (7th floor), have a walk around and check out the views. One of my favourite restaurant areas to go in Tokyo. Rigoletto is always good. Good for dates😉😉😉
5.03 weeks ago
Located directly across from Tokyo Station on the Maranouchi side, the Shin Marunouchi Building has a tastefully designed if ordinary seven-floor complex with a variety of shops and restaurants. For restaurants, my personal favorites are Rigoletto Wine and Bar on the 7th floor, and T Stand on the 1st floor. Also check out the "secret" 7-Eleven on 9F, which is accessible via the office entrance.
5.0a week ago
Very good Oden restaurant. Part of a chain with ginza and other branches. Be early or be prepared to queue. Vegetarian options, a communal dining experience with a giant copper oden serving dish or individual at tables.
The food court which connects to Tokyo central JR and metro has good snack choices too.
3.02 months ago
I mean... the place itself was nice. Clean, good places to have some lunch with your friend and stuff. But this place is not for kids or family with kids. The resturant that we went to turned us down to eat inside because I had baby stroller and made us eat indoor "outside" space infront of the resturant. Each resturans don't have bathroom, so you have to walk long way to get to the bathroom. which is typical in Japan, but it was bit too far and confusing to get to bathroom. They should make more bathrooms in each floor.
5.02 months ago
JAPAN is a really first world country! I want to be back asap. I love it!