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Tokyo Midtown is a shopping center located in Tokyo's Minato-ku in Akasaka, with office buildings, museums, medical institutions, and various other facilities. The largest building is the Midtown Tower which has 5 basements and 54 floors at a height of 248m, one of the highest buildings in Tokyo.
Tokyo Midtown is comprised of 6 buildings, and these buildings are split into various areas. In the shop and restaurant areas you can find everything from furniture to fashion and all kinds of other things. There are plenty of "designer" stores that go with Midtown's theme of "design", so you can find designer phones and designer electronics of all types. There are plenty of restaurants, Western, Japanese, Chinese, Italian, French, Asian, and a wide variety of ethnic restaurants. There is also the Suntory museum that focuses on the "beauty in life", and the 21_21 DESIGN SIGHT research institute where regular people and designers can see each other and exchange opinions, so Midtown also has a variety of state-of-the art design spaces available for people to explore. Greenery accounts for about 40% of the facility in Tokyo Midtown. In the Midtown Garden you'll find plenty of trees such as cherries and camphor trees, and there's even Wi-Fi in the garden, so you can stay connected to the internet while you enjoy the garden. To the east of Midtown in Minato is the Hinokicho Park which offers "an open space for kids to run around, playground equipment and a Japanese Garden to relax/have a picnic or leisurely stroll." In the facility is the Ritz-Carlton Hotel Tokyo which is not just a hotel but also a spa and a restaurant. There are also extensive medical facilities on the Midtown Tower 6th floor, where you'll find the Midtown Medical Center. They offer general medicine, orthopedic, ophthalmic, dental, and dermatological care. There is English-speaking staff for visitors, so if you become unwell while in Japan feel free to stop by.
If you want to get to Midtown by public transport, take the Toei Edo Line to Roppongi Station (六本木駅). Exit 8 at the station is connected straight to Midtown. By car, use the Inner Circular Router's Iikura IC (飯倉IC) to get there. There is a parking fee.
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Description: Tokyo Midtown
|Sights||Tokyo Midtown (東京ミッドタウン)|
9-7-1 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo
|Phone / Fax||Phone: 03-3475-3100|
|Admission Fee||Free admission|
|Corresponding Language||English Korean|
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|Recommended target||Family Couples Groups Child (ages 7-17) Adult (ages 20+) Single traveller|
Map: Tokyo Midtown