Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

Tokyo

Tila March
If you're looking for gorgeously soft leather handbags, then this is the place to be.
Journal Standard
You're sure to find what you're looking for at this bohemian store.
Note et Silence
Womenswear with a twist.
Tod’s
Handmade shoes at this iconic building.
B Bar Marunouchi
Another stylish glitzy bar from the celebrated crystal makers Baccarat.
Tsumori Chisato
Crazy patterns are this designer's trademark.
Tokyo National Museum
The museum is located in the vast Uneo Park, perfect for a walk and a bit of post-exhibition reflection.
Cow Books
Out-of-print art and design titles in a charming store.
Wako
This classy department store is sure to have what you're looking for.
Kissa Ginza
Granny-chic, Tokyo style; in Kissa Ginza, the only things on the younger side of 40 are the late-night clientele.
Maruzen
Thousands upon thousands of books - we guarantee you won't ever be bored.
Maduro
With a whisky in one hand and a cigar in the other, join the glamorous jet-set at Maduro.
Maisen
The hoards of locals queueing outside know that the 'tonkatsu' is worth waiting for.
NUNO
Stunning textile designs.
Ryugin
Stunningly creative dinners abound at this Michelin-starred eatery; sit back and allow this passionate chef to blow your mind with his gastronomic genius.
ARMANI / SPA
Estnation
Upmarket designs for Tokyo's fashion-conscious.
Club On The Park
Indulge in traditional Japanese treatments, including the delectable Tokyo Massage, while drifting off to a smooth jazz soundtrack.
Beacon
Ideal business lunch venue for hungry carnivores...
Armani
Traditional yet stylish designs by this eponymous fashion house.
Kamakura
Escape to the coast and spend the day exploring the charming Kamakura.
Womb
A Mecca for Tokyo's house and techno scene, all below Asia's biggest disco-ball...
Matsuya
All the major Japanese labels in one store.
Casper’s
Affordable artwork in a beautiful gallery.
Cibone
Interior furnishings and home accessories.
The Peninsula Tokyo
Modern, luxurious and wonderfully extravagant.
Golden Gai
This ramshackle street is definitely worth exploring; foreigners might not be welcomed with open arms, but here, fortune favours the brave. Guaranteed to provide an adventurous night.
Dressterior
Simple and timeless accessories.
Shinanoya
Ideal if you're looking to take some super-strong sake home.
Velours
Dance the night away beneath chandeliers and stuffed pheasants.
Nippon Budokan
Why not attempt to master these ancient Japanese arts in this epic mecca? Go on, you know you always wanted to be a ninja.
New York Bar
The infamous 'Lost in Translation' bar; ask for a L.I.T. (yes, named after the film), and ponder the meaning of life while soaking up the stunning view.
Museum of Photography
You can discover work by a range of photographers in a gallery that hosts some of the country's best photography exhibitions.
Isonoya
Located on the edge of Tokyo's fish market, Isonoya offers the freshest sushi imaginable.
Musubi
Intricate fabric designs and traditional Japanese styles.
Taisho
A small glimpse of the real Tokyo, far from the skyscrapers and sslarymen; try the delicious grilled meats and wash it all down with hearty draft beer.
Mado Lounge
Sumo should definitely be experienced whilst sipping a cocktail.
Sony
Looking to buy a robot?!
Bibliophile
Everything you could ask for when looking for a holiday treat.
Imperial Hotel
Step into Tokyo history at the vast and glamorous Imperial Hotel.

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