Tokyo Midtown Hibiya

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The undulating curves of Tokyo Midtown Hibiya are intended as a nod to the area’s history as a center for dance, and make for a nice change from the original Midtown in Roppongi’s somewhat boxy look.

Seven floors (six above ground, one below) are open to the public. On the sixth floor shoppers and workers can mingle in an area called Base Q, composed of coffee spaces and conference rooms with splendid views of Hibiya Park. Two floors are reserved for the Toho Cinemas Hibiya multiplex – with 13 screens before 2,800 seats, it’s the biggest of its kind in central Tokyo. Other dining options can be found on the second floor, while the most intriguing blend of shopping, strolling, eating and drinking might be found on the third floor.

For a full listing of restaurants and shops, click the link below.

Address: 1-1-2 Yurakucho, Chiyoda-ku 

Website: https://www.hibiya.tokyo-midtown.com/jp/

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