Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

Tokyo

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.
Shibuya Granbell Hotel
Granbell is a real boutique gem that offers contemporary style at an affordable price.
Bibliophile
Everything you could ask for when looking for a holiday treat.
Boudoir
Feria
The roof terrace at this classy entertainment emporium is well worth a visit.
AKIHABARA Laox
A few more tantalising electrical options
Dean & Deluca
If you're in need of a something to remind you of home, you'll find plenty of teas and cake here.
On Sundays at the Watari-um
Another great spot to immerse yourself in the creative side of the city.
Eat A Peach
Miniature bar with bags of character, Eat A Peach is one bar experience not to be missed.
Conrad Tokyo
A fusion of sleek modern design with traditional Japanese features.
Roppongi Golf Club
Enjoy a leisurely drink whilst practicing your swing, then lounge in style on the terrace.
Sign
Perfect place to kick back and indulge in a spot of people watching (or, more interesting in this area, dog watching).
Aoyama Book Centre
In need of a good read? Then head here for your copy in English.
Heidi
Intricate handmade goods.
Kinfolk
Unbelievably strong cocktails are the order of the day at this quirky bar.
Toraya
Choshoan Tea Room
This is by far the best place to experience the traditional tea ceremony.
RagTag
Designer goods at low prices.
& Stripe
This riverfront boutique specialises in buttons.
Tokyo Dome
Andaz Hotel
Planted within one of the grandest skyscrapers in the city, and at fifty floors up this boutique-style hotel possesses some very instagrammable views of Tokyo‰Ûªs skyline.
Comme Ca
Give your life a makeover with their cheap chic accessories and clothing.
LIMI Feu Harajuku
Yohji Yamamoto's daughter's take on fashion.
a.m.a store
A must-visit kitsch boutique for all things retro and Japanese.
Office
Everyone stays late at the office in Tokyo, so join the fashionable crowd at Office and tip back a few cocktails next the photocopier.
Mingeikan Folk Crafts Museum
Go back to the origins of modern design at this museum dedicated to the Japanese folk craft movement.
Sometaro
A family-run experience, feast on 'okonmiyaki' in a traditional setting...
Oriental Bazaar
Cheap and cheerful souvenirs.
Higashi-Yama
Only Japanese is spoken in this minimalist restaurant; sip a delectable sake and soak up the simplicity...
Brooklyn Museum
An array of designer wallets and briefcases.
Heaven 27 on Cat Street
Harajuku heaven. Need we say more?
Tapas Molecular
Immerse yourself in culinary fantasy, complete with glass plates, metal menus and a healthy dose of foodie magic.
Eliminator
Cool clothing for men.
Tokyo VIP Services
Sensoji Temple
An atmospheric glimpse of really, really old Tokyo...

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