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Roppongi is famous for its night-time entertainment, but there’s more to this district than expensive bars and exclusive restaurants. Here you’ll find some of Tokyo’s most inspiring architecture, its most beautiful temples and shrines and so much more. Uncover the beauty of this district with our guide of the best things to see and do in Roppongi.
Famous for its beautiful cherry blossom trees that turn pink during the sakura season and are illuminated for Christmas, Roppongi Sakurazaka and Keyakizaka Dori is a beautiful location with a scenic view. Take in the landscape by taking a walk around the area or stop by one of the cafés or restaurants nearby.
Roppongi offers a high concentration of night-time entertainment venues and is known as Tokyo’s most foreigner-centric area. With apparently endless bars, clubs and live-music venues to chose from, Roppongi offers a diverse scene which spans the genres.
American club 1 Oak opened its first club in Asia in 2017 and quickly became a favourite with both locals and tourists, including Hollywood celebrities. This mean’s its often crowded, but worth a visit for the international DJs who often fly in from New York. The bold grey exterior gives way to a club adorned in gold, grey and black, with chequered dance floors and art covering the walls.