Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

Tokyo

Gen Yamamoto
A minimalist bar space that seats eight cocktail drinkers, the eponymous bar of Gen Yamamoto serves omakase-style tasting menus of seasonal cocktails.
Ryugin
Stunningly creative dinners abound at this Michelin-starred eatery; sit back and allow this passionate chef to blow your mind with his gastronomic genius.
NUNO
Stunning textile designs.
Club On The Park
Indulge in traditional Japanese treatments, including the delectable Tokyo Massage, while drifting off to a smooth jazz soundtrack.
Mado Lounge
Sumo should definitely be experienced whilst sipping a cocktail.
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.
Trump Room
Magical, eclectic underground venue. You'll feel like Alice walking through the looking-glass in the stylised Trump Room.
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.
Choshoan Tea Room
This is by far the best place to experience the traditional tea ceremony.
LIMI Feu Harajuku
Yohji Yamamoto's daughter's take on fashion.
YU
Japan Sword
Harbouring secret samurai aspirations?
Sushi Nakamura
Before embracing Roppongi‰Ûªs notorious nightlife, any Tokyoite would advise you to line your stomach. What better way than with traditional sushi?
Postalco
Top quality bags and leather.
Idee shop
Quirky designer items.
The Tokyo Station Hotel
Eastern culture and Western comfort come together in one of the most beautiful hotels in Tokyo.

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