Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

Tokyo

Matsuya
All the major Japanese labels in one store.
Casper’s
Affordable artwork in a beautiful gallery.
Velours
Dance the night away beneath chandeliers and stuffed pheasants.
Cocongo
This eclectic souvenir-filled café is worth searching out.
Shinanoya
Ideal if you're looking to take some super-strong sake home.
Cibone
Interior furnishings and home accessories.
Flash Ranch Discs
Bargain vinyls to be found here.
Franc Franc
Calling all pop-art lovers seeking to kit out their kitchens...
The Peninsula Tokyo
Modern, luxurious and wonderfully extravagant.
Tokyo Sushi Academy
Spiral Records
This quaint little shop is bursting at the seams with its choice of records.
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.
Tokyu Hands
Everything under one roof. And we mean everything.
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.
Tora no Ana
Manga and anime sold at this five-storey emporium.
Palace Hotel Tokyo
Kurkku Kitchen
Indulge without a shred of guilt at this eco-conscious restaurant.
Yu Spa
Mado Lounge
Sumo should definitely be experienced whilst sipping a cocktail.
Shu Uemura
Musubi
Intricate fabric designs and traditional Japanese styles.
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.
Sony
Looking to buy a robot?!
Graniph Harajuku
Trendy t-shirt designs.
Alexandre
Brazillian inspiration.
Okura
Japanese-inspired organic fashion.
Mori Art Museum
Housed in a shiny skyscraper, Mori Art Museum draws in all the big names.
Kiddyland
Quirky children's clothes and kitsch toys for your little one.
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.
Kioku H.P France
A handbag lover's delight.
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.
Isonoya
Located on the edge of Tokyo's fish market, Isonoya offers the freshest sushi imaginable.
CA4LA
Hat heaven. If you love your headgear, you cannot pass up a browse through here. 
Kyukyodo
Washi paper and incense sold here.
Sun & Moon Yoga
For some much needed relaxation and calm, enter this zen-like yoga studio and gently breathe and stretch the stress away.
Nadaman
The chefs at Nadaman expertly cook a variety of Japanese cuisine, so there's no need to choose just one type: indulge in all of your local culinary favourites.
Le Chocolat de H
A chocolate lovers delight.
Muji
Hassle-free shopping at this minimalist inspired creation.
Kabuki-za
An historic spot to watch a traditional 'kabuki' performance.

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