Looking for a great place to eat, shop, sleep or play in Tokyo? Welcome to the Weekender’s roundup of recommended restaurants, hotels, salons, stores, galleries and more. Be sure to check our Ed’s Choices for monthly discounts and special offers, too.

Kashiwaki

You've surely heard about the benefits of eating collagen – it's reportedly good for skin, hair, nails, joints, and even digestion. But have you actually tried sipping on a steaming bowl of…
The Oak Door
Savor perfectly cooked dishes at this classic American steakhouse ranging from the juicy Tomahawk steak to the monthly burger selection, all prepared in the dynamic oak wood-burning ovens. The restaurant has a…
Casa De Sarasa
Love Mexican food but aching for the real deal? DJ Sarasa shares your craving. Born in Tokyo and raised in New York, her music career has taken her around the world, but it's Mexico -…
Hayamaan Tokyo
Famous for natural French cuisine that is as delicious as it is beautifully presented, Hayamaan Tokyo uses seasonal vegetables sourced directly from local farmers. As a plus for health-conscious diners, the chefs…
Ginza Rikyu
For an impressive Ginza dining experience, this Cantonese cuisine restaurant doesn’t disappoint. After receiving tremendous praise for the flagship location in Akasaka, Rikyu opened this branch in the historical Ginza Kojun Building. Chef…

Rhythm Spa

Situated on the second floor of organic beauty brand Three’s store in Aoyama, this salon is open to both men and women, uses organic products, and offers a wonderful head spa menu.…

Bellwood Pet Hotel & Spa

Located 10 minutes from Haneda International Airport, Bellwood offers quality trimming, hotel, training, short-term stay, and pick-up/drop-off services. Their main goal is to provide high-class service while maintaining a hygienic facility that…

Hotel the M Innsomnia Akasaka

Launched in March 2016, HOTEL the M INNSOMNIA akasaka creates a smart yet comfortable base for travelers and business people who work and play 24/7. With its tagline being “The hotel that…

Kit Kat Chocolatory Ginza

Building on the success of Kit Kat Chocolatory stores around Japan, this is the first standalone branch in the chain and features a brand-new lineup of the famed choc. DetailsMapDiscount CouponsDetails Address:…
MoMA Design Store Omotesando
This is the first overseas MoMA Design Store. All of the products in the store have been approved by MoMA’s curators, and the store features MoMA’s signature selection of merchandise, including MoMA-exclusive products and…
Kamata Hakensha (Kenmax Inc.)
The collection of knives available at Kamata Hakensha runs the gamut from heavy cleavers to the most delicate sashimi blades. The Kamata family has been in the knife business since 1923, when Seiichi Kamata’s…
Coredo Nihonbashi
Although Nihonbashi is primarily known as a business district, it has plenty of shopping as well as restaurants, and interesting traditional shops and sights to see. Head to the massive Coredo Nihonbashi…
Laforet Harajuku
A Harajuku landmark, this shopping mall is jam-packed with teens and all kinds of interesting fashion. Spend a couple of hours here and you'll get a snapshot of Japan's fashion landscape – and…

The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo: Art Museum

Thanks to its distinct four seasons and its abundant natural resources, Japan has developed a food culture that is recognized for the healthiness of its ingredients, its balance of unique flavors, and…
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Chichibunomiya Rugby Stadium

This stadium is hallowed ground for Japanese rugby union, and servers as the Japanese headquarters for the sport. Rugby sevens matches are frequently played at the 27,188-seat stadium as well. First built…

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