Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

Tokyo

Brooklyn Museum
An array of designer wallets and briefcases.
A.P.C.
Edgy and stylish boutique for the hipster crowd.
Mingeikan Folk Crafts Museum
Go back to the origins of modern design at this museum dedicated to the Japanese folk craft movement.
Chicago
Vintage clothing mecca with a wide range of stock.
Oriental Bazaar
Cheap and cheerful souvenirs.
Heaven 27 on Cat Street
Harajuku heaven. Need we say more?
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.
Tokyo VIP Services
Sensoji Temple
An atmospheric glimpse of really, really old Tokyo...
Tokyo Golf Club
We've found two exclusive golfing locations, but make sure you find a member - you'll definitely need an invitation to partake in the fun at this course.
Yodobashi Camera
Gadgets galore. It is Tokyo, after all.
Japan Sword
Harbouring secret samurai aspirations?
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Le Baron de Paris
Come dressed to impress at the Tokyo counterpart of the legendary Paris club.
Hibiya Park
 A stone's throw from the Imperial Palace, this park is perfect for tennis lovers and those looking for a quiet stroll in stunning surroundings.
Liquid Room
The best place to catch an intimste live gig...
Ryokan Andon
A sleek industrial take on the traditional 'ryokan' inn.
Center for Cosmic Wonder
We can't predict what you'll find at this concept-space but it's definitely worth checking out.
Ruby Room
Low-key music venue that hosts open-mic nights and acclaimed rock acts.
Kinokuniya
With everything from books to newspapers, this is the perfect place to pick up a good read.
House
A trendy clientele flock to House for their comforting fare.
Yoshimizu
This traditional boutique inn is a charming alternative to extravagant skyscrapers.
Toraya
This place is sure to set your senses a quiver - delectable treats in equally beautiful wrappings.
Cerulean Tower
For the business traveler looking for a good helping of luxury and an incredible view.
Stair
Max out your credit card at this chic bar just down the street from Prada.
Margaret Howell Lifestyle Shop
Ideal for both shopping and a tea break.
Sushi Nakamura
Before embracing Roppongi‰Ûªs notorious nightlife, any Tokyoite would advise you to line your stomach. What better way than with traditional sushi?
Beams
Trendy Tokyo designs.
Issey Miyake
This fashion designer never fails to impress.
Siige
Something out of the ordinary: specialty clothes from Finland.
Bic Camera
With its music blarring and its gadgets whirring, this is the place to be if you're after the latest electronic goods.
Kamiya
An old-school Western style drinking den.
La Foret Harajuku
A must-visit for any young fashionista.
Hatago International
A temple to air travel.
Seat Mania
There's a big choice of seats to relax in here, a place where the four-legged furniture is king.
And A
A funky shop with everything under one roof.
Postalco
Top quality bags and leather.
Tokyo Wonder Site
An edgy art space that spills over into this modern cafe
Via Bus Stop
Dozens of fashion labels under one roof.
Amour
Where the celebrities go for the essential karaoke experience.

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