Discover Akasaka's hidden gems through local experts. Our tour will enrich your stay in Tokyo!
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The sizable torii gate of Sanno-Hie Shrine with a high-rise building.
Sanno-Hie Shrine is located at the center of the city, Akasaka.
With a kimono lady at Toyokawa Inari Shrine in Akasaka.
With a history of more than 400 years, the garden of Hotel New Otani has been selected as one of "Tokyo's Best 100 Spots to Boast to the World."
Feeling peaceful atmosphere at Toyokawa Imari Tokyo Betsuin in Akasaka.
At the garden of Akasaka State Guest House.
You can enjoy the cherry blossoms from the river bank of Benkeibori in Spring.
In Shimizudani Park, there's a condolence monument of Toshimichi Okubo; a leader of samurai about 150 years ago.
Colorful neon signs at Akasaka-mitsuke.
Akasaka Kinryu is an elegant traditional Japanese restaurant (ryotei) located in Akasaka, Tokyo. Their exquisite cuisine, wonderful art collection and performances by geisha artists will make visiters unforgettable!
Taking pictures for a wedding ceremony wearing kimono at Nogi Shrine.
Akasaka State Guest House is definitely worth visiting!
Hikawa Festival at Hikawa Shrine in Akasaka. Bon-odori (bon-dance) used to be performed to honor the spirits of the ancestors, but it’s become more of an entertainment at summer festivals.
You can experience Sado(tea ceremony), Kado(flower arrangement) and Shodo(calligraphy) at Kaikouen in Shimizudani Park.
A stone lantern at Hikawa Shrine in Akasaka.