Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

Tokyo

Yurakucho Marui
Outlets of every kind.
Two Rooms
A wine-lovers mecca with fresh seasonal cuisine that complements the extensive cellar.
Matsuzakaya
Perfect for beauty products.
Bape Kids
Designer kids fashion.
Beige Alain Ducasse Tokyo
Situated on the tenth floor of the Chanel building, Beige serves exceptional French cuisine in sumptuous surroundings. Decadence at its finest.
Montoak
Perfect mojitos served in a luxurious-yet-minimalist setting.
Kimono Making – H.I.S. Experience
Discover more about the traditional kimono and even try your hand at making one.
Sakuratei
You can cook your own dinner at the cosy Sakuratei and share a glass of 'nama birru' with hippest young locals.
Blondoll
Join the trend and purchase some funky tights.
Shunju Yurari
Head to Shunju Yurari for an impressive fusion menu and wine list...
ekki BAR & GRILL
Incredible views and a menu to match, seek out this gem in the Four Seasons Marunouchi.
24 Limousine
Amadana
A gadget-lovers dream store.
Marks & Webb
These organic treats are a must-have when in need of a relaxing bath.
Akihabara Schatzkiste
A gentle introduction to Tokyo's 'otaku' fantasy cafes.
Sumo Grand Tournament
The national sport and a spectacle like no other, Sumo is definitely a must-see.
Park Hyatt Tokyo
The Park Hyatt boasts movie stardom, a great location and understated design.
21_21 Design Sight
Both design greats and newly emerging talents are on show here.
Idee shop
Quirky designer items.
Tower Records
The name might mislead you to think it's a music store, but this Tower contains the best of foreign literature.
Ageha
This vast Ibiza-esqe club draws in the best DJs in town; definitely not lacking space and style.
Isetan
A traditional store where you'll find everything you need.
Shangri-La Hotel
The Shangri-La offers huge rooms, acclaimed restaurants and opulent decor.
Air
Global DJs and late night snacks have made this club a big hit.
Adam & Eve
Relax and unwind after all that shopping with a traditional Korean massage...
Tsutaya
For all your entertainment needs.
Blue Note
An iconic jazz club that has hosted many legends; where the discerning Tokyo nightowls go to swing it.
Hashi Choh
Funky chopstick designs.
Lieu de Luxe Shu Sanctuary
Gentlemen only at this elegant venue, with facials and treatments for the discerning man.
Muji Yurakucho
Cycling is a great way to explore the city, and Tokyo, you cycle with style.
Asakusa
A street devoted to selling all things kitchen related.
Loft
Perfect for presents from the practical to the kitsch.
Nakameguro Lounge
This kitsch café is famous for its 'sesame goma latte'.
Pop into Otonomad
New boutique music shop selling specialist records.
Prada
Bulgari
Did you know Bulgari was Italian? Why, that makes shopping here practically cultural.
Bon
Perfectly decadent with hearty Italian food, not to be missed.
Pile Café
The laid-back Pile Café is hidden gem.
Gucci Café
Incredibly glamorous, just expect to leave with your wallet feeling a bit lighter.
Dragonfly Café
A creative and affordable option with a tasty menu, Dragonfly really spreads its wings at tea time.

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