Area:Roppongi

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With 20 taps running in the bar, there's a beer to suit every taste. In addition to the six main beers, four other taps will be special editions, some exclusive to BrewDog bars. The establishment also features beers made by other breweries all over ...

Tokyo's Nansho Mantoten is a little fancy, so the chefs also stuff the buns with some fancy stuff, such as abalone, fois gras or truffles, in addition to the classic pork.

Yamamoto's cuisine is complex and flavorful, in no way dwarfed by the vibrancy of the new look. Ironically, though, at the same time as he has ramped up the decor, he has toned down his use of "molecular" bells and whistles, reverting to a ...

Oysters this fresh need absolutely no further ornamentation. But lightly cooked -- baked or deep-fried -- they are every bit as good. What can beat classic oysters Rockefeller or fried oysters with a simple tartar sauce? Well, try them with Hisio's patent Chinese black ...

A lively and welcoming cafe-bar, art space, alternative music venue and community nexus, the Pink Cow has many facets. It's also a home away from home for the foreign community.

Established in 1952, the International House of Japan is a private, non-profit organization created to promote and foster cultural exchange and intellectual cooperation between Japan and other countries. It was designated as a Special Corporation in the Public Interest by the Ministry of Foreign ...

A one-stop for shopping, dining and entertainment, Roppongi Hills houses various fashion, design and goods stores; Toho Cinemas; the Grand Hyatt Tokyo hotel; and a host of restaurants and cafes. With its strong emphasis on contemporary art, the building is also home to the Mori ...

"In a nutshell it's a bar where you can consult a hacker. We aim to be a bar where you can not only talk about system development, but also how to proceed with your business and manage it," says Nakao. "As a result, I ...

The man in charge of the open kitchen is Fumio Yonezawa. The chef, who spent several years at the New York main restaurant, executes the light Asian accents of the Jean-Georges signature dishes with considerable aplomb.

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