Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…


Adam & Eve
Relax and unwind after all that shopping with a traditional Korean massage...
Global DJs and late night snacks have made this club a big hit.
Aman Tokyo
An opulent hotel found in the top six floors of Tokyo’s Otemachi Tower, Aman Tokyo offers guests a world-class spa, Zen-like interiors and amazing views.
Traditional yet stylish designs by this eponymous fashion house.
b Akasaka
Affordable and stylish, the b Akasaka is a real find amidst Tokyo's luxurious skyscrapers.
B Bar Marunouchi
Another stylish glitzy bar from the celebrated crystal makers Baccarat.
Ideal business lunch venue for hungry carnivores...
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.
Blue Note
An iconic jazz club that has hosted many legends; where the discerning Tokyo nightowls go to swing it.
Brooklyn Museum
An array of designer wallets and briefcases.
Did you know Bulgari was Italian? Why, that makes shopping here practically cultural.
Capsule Hotel Asakusa Riverside
A night at the Capsule Hotel will be a tight, but memorable, experience.
Cerulean Tower
For the business traveler looking for a good helping of luxury and an incredible view.
Choshoan Tea Room
This is by far the best place to experience the traditional tea ceremony.
Club On The Park
Indulge in traditional Japanese treatments, including the delectable Tokyo Massage, while drifting off to a smooth jazz soundtrack.
Conrad Tokyo
A fusion of sleek modern design with traditional Japanese features.
Dean & Deluca
If you're in need of a something to remind you of home, you'll find plenty of teas and cake here.
Simple and timeless accessories.
ekki BAR & GRILL
Incredible views and a menu to match, seek out this gem in the Four Seasons Marunouchi.
The roof terrace at this classy entertainment emporium is well worth a visit.
Gucci Café
Incredibly glamorous, just expect to leave with your wallet feeling a bit lighter.
Imperial Hotel
Step into Tokyo history at the vast and glamorous Imperial Hotel.
Issey Miyake
This fashion designer never fails to impress.
Kioku H.P France
A handbag lover's delight.
Le Baron de Paris
Come dressed to impress at the Tokyo counterpart of the legendary Paris club.
Lieu de Luxe Shu Sanctuary
Gentlemen only at this elegant venue, with facials and treatments for the discerning man.
Living By Designs – Greenscape
A perfect stop off for garden lovers.
Mado Lounge
Sumo should definitely be experienced whilst sipping a cocktail.
With a whisky in one hand and a cigar in the other, join the glamorous jet-set at Maduro.
Margaret Howell Lifestyle Shop
Ideal for both shopping and a tea break.
Thousands upon thousands of books - we guarantee you won't ever be bored.
All the major Japanese labels in one store.
Perfect for beauty products.
Sweet treats to be found in this department store.
Perfect mojitos served in a luxurious-yet-minimalist setting.
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.
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.
Note et Silence
Womenswear with a twist.
Everyone stays late at the office in Tokyo, so join the fashionable crowd at Office and tip back a few cocktails next the photocopier.

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