Opened in 2008, this indoor alley of twenty restaurants and bars might not have the authentic appeal of other yokocho in the capital, but it is nevertheless a fun and friendly place with a very lively atmosphere.
Yebisu Garden Place
A modern commercial zone with shopping, museums, and restaurants. The Michelin 3-star Chateau Restaurant Taillvent-Robuchon sits at the other end of Yebisu Garden Place when you come out from the walkway.
Ebisu’s Marché de Nöel
As you might expect, the Christmas market in Yebisu Garden Place has an altogether more refined feel about…
As you no doubt know, 11 November is Cheese Day and to celebrate there will be a 2-day…
Museum of Yebisu Beer
Museum dedicated to the beer that gave Ebisu its name. The 40-minute tour which takes you through the history of the brand is recommended, as is the “Tasting Salon” where you can try the many different types of Yebisu beer.
Tokyo Photographic Art Museum
Tokyo’s main photography museum has a permanent display of over 25,000 photographs from Japan and abroad, temporary exhibitions, as well as a section which looks at the history of optics and photography.