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What you should know about Akasaka

Akasaka is one of the top neighborhoods in Tokyo for those seeking fine dining and upscale shopping experiences, but wanting to avoid the crowds that flock to areas such as Ginza. A business district at heart, the refined tastes of its clientele have paved the way for lots of great development, which has led to this being much more than just a place of work. On top of this there are ancient shrines to visit, while the thriving nightlife of neighboring Roppongi is just a short journey away.

Hotels in Akasaka

You’ll find a superb range of hotels in Akasaka. The 3-star hotels in the district are plentiful, and provide comfortable rooms as well as free WiFi. One of the best options is the 3-star Centurion Hotel Grand Akasaka, which offers all of the basic amenities, as well as a restaurant and free breakfast. As a business district, you’ll find there are also some luxury hotels in Akasaka. The Capitol Hotel Tokyu is one of the most outstanding hotels in Tokyo. It features spacious, well-designed rooms, as well as fantastic amenities including 2 floors of spa and fitness facilities. It receives the best hotel reviews in Akasaka.

Things to see in Akasaka

There are several shrines located in this district that are well worth visiting. The Hie Shrine is probably the best known, and is a great representation of the blend of modern and traditional styles that characterize Japan. Head to the equally beautiful Nogi Shrine for some peace. This shrine is off the tourist trail and provides a more authentic experience, where you’ll soon forget that you’re surrounded by the skyscrapers of the neighborhood. Culture aficionados will appreciate the museums and galleries found in the area. 21 21 Design Sight is a gallery that features contemporary exhibitions covering a broad range of subjects from art to architecture, and is set within a stunning building designed by Tadao Ando. You could also consider a trip to the Suntory Museum of Art, where you’ll discover traditional themed exhibitions including paintings, ceramics, and glassware. It’s located in Tokyo Midtown, a fantastic upscale mall that’s perfect for some shopping during your stay in Akasaka.

Good for business travelers

Akasaka is the perfect neighborhood for those traveling on business, as it is one of Tokyo’s main business districts. Take some well-deserved downtime from work and relax at one of the many shrines in the neighborhood, or wander around the gorgeous park located near Tokyo Midtown. You can also indulge in some retail therapy and enjoy excellent cuisine at Biz Tower, where you’ll find plenty of upscale stores and fine dining restaurants. It’s one of 5 buildings that make up the “city within a city,” Akasaka Sacas, and is easily accessible from your Akasaka hotel.

How to get to Akasaka

You can take a flight to Tokyo from many US citieS, terminating at one of 2 international airports: Haneda International Airport (to the south) and Narita International Airport (further away to the east). From either you can take a train direct into central Tokyo. Once there, the easiest way to reach Akasaka is by using the city’s excellent public transport system. Akasaka Station is in the middle of the neighborhood, and is on the Chiyoda Line, which connects you to other parts of Tokyo with ease. There are also 3 other stations on the edge of the district, so you can also travel to Akasaka on the Ginza or Marunouchi lines.

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