Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

Tokyo

Adam & Eve
Relax and unwind after all that shopping with a traditional Korean massage...
Armani
Traditional yet stylish designs by this eponymous fashion house.
ARMANI / SPA
Asakusa
A street devoted to selling all things kitchen related.
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.
Bar Benfiddich
A cocktail bar in Shinjuku, Bar Benfiddich offers up well-mixed, creatively-concocted drinks, often made with homegrown botanicals and rare spirits.
Beacon
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.
Bibliophile
Everything you could ask for when looking for a holiday treat.
Blue Note
An iconic jazz club that has hosted many legends; where the discerning Tokyo nightowls go to swing it.
Bulgari
Did you know Bulgari was Italian? Why, that makes shopping here practically cultural.
Casper’s
Affordable artwork in a beautiful gallery.
Chicago
Vintage clothing mecca with a wide range of stock.
Choshoan Tea Room
This is by far the best place to experience the traditional tea ceremony.
Cibone
Interior furnishings and home accessories.
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.
Cow Books
Out-of-print art and design titles in a charming store.
Dressterior
Simple and timeless accessories.
ekki BAR & GRILL
Incredible views and a menu to match, seek out this gem in the Four Seasons Marunouchi.
Estnation
Upmarket designs for Tokyo's fashion-conscious.
Facial Index New York
Take your pick from the hundreds of spectacles on offer here.
Feria
The roof terrace at this classy entertainment emporium is well worth a visit.
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.
Gucci Café
Incredibly glamorous, just expect to leave with your wallet feeling a bit lighter.
Hatago International
A temple to air travel.
Higashi-Yama
Only Japanese is spoken in this minimalist restaurant; sip a delectable sake and soak up the simplicity...
Imperial Hotel
Step into Tokyo history at the vast and glamorous Imperial Hotel.
Isetan
A traditional store where you'll find everything you need.
Isonoya
Located on the edge of Tokyo's fish market, Isonoya offers the freshest sushi imaginable.
Ito-Ya
Nine storeys of stationary heaven.
Japan Sword
Harbouring secret samurai aspirations?
JBS Bar
A small bar in Shibuya-ku, JBS Bar has a collection of around 10,000 records on vinyl, which are played and displayed in this small, wood-panelled space.
Journal Standard
You're sure to find what you're looking for at this bohemian store.
Kabuki-za
An historic spot to watch a traditional 'kabuki' performance.
Kamakura
Escape to the coast and spend the day exploring the charming Kamakura.
Kamiya
An old-school Western style drinking den.
Kimono Making – H.I.S. Experience
Discover more about the traditional kimono and even try your hand at making one.
Kinokuniya
With everything from books to newspapers, this is the perfect place to pick up a good read.

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