Tokyo Midtown Hibiya

The area around Hibiya Park is one of the centerpieces of Tokyo’s cultural scene. Right next door, you can find the Imperial Palace, multiple museums, and some of the best cafes and shopping available in Tokyo. Tokyo Midtown Hibiya is a new shopping and entertainment complex with more than 60 shops inside, making this the newest highlight of an already booming area. After three years of construction, the complex is finally open to the public.

  • Tokyo Midtown Hibiya

    Tokyo Midtown Hibiya

    The 35-story building mostly houses offices, but shops and restaurants are located from the basement to the seventh floor. The complex mainly caters to customers with a taste for the finer things. Many of the shops in the complex are upscale boutique brands and the restaurants comprise the international tastes of Tokyo’s energetic culinary scene. That is to say, if you want to buy something here, be prepared to spend some serious money.

    The restaurants at Tokyo Midtown Hibiya feature cuisine from all over the world. From traditional Japanese restaurants, to Southeast Asian, Spanish, Italian, and American restaurants, their food options are anything but ordinary. You won’t see any chains here, since their dining aesthetic focuses on unique restaurants with spectacular food. You can stop by Billboard Cafe & Dining to enjoy music over one of their state-of-the-art stereo systems or pick up some freshly baked French pastries on your way out. There’s something for every taste and every budget.

    Tokyo Midtown Hibiya

    Tokyo Midtown Hibiya

    For shopping, you won’t be disappointed, as the clothing options available here match the progressive styles of the fashion districts surrounding the area. You’ll find some top-quality brands, like The North Face and Lexus, but there are also boutique brands that showcase some of the top fashion from Tokyo and other parts of the world. For example, you can find the French brand A.P.C. and streetwear giants like Mastermind.

    Tokyo Midtown Hibiya

    Tokyo Midtown Hibiya

    The third floor of the complex is home to the Hibiya Central Market, which is its own collection of shops. This space was designed as a collaboration between Tokyo Midtown Hibiya’s creative director a bookstore owner. This area of the mall has a more antiquated, bookish aesthetic. Along with different clothing shops, there’s also a coffee roaster, a barber, a store that sells vintage glasses, and a restaurant.

    Tokyo Midtown Hibiya

    Tokyo Midtown Hibiya

    There are a lot of ways to enjoy your trip to Tokyo Midtown Hibiya. The fourth floor contains a massive, 2,800-seat cinema if you feel like catching a movie. The Lexus showroom on the first floor has a cool VR driving experience you can try your hand at. The terrace garden is also a peaceful place to relax and look out over Hibiya Park and the Imperial Gardens. Visit their website to stay updated about the events hosted by the complex and individual shops.

    Tokyo Midtown Hibiya

    Tokyo Midtown Hibiya

    To get to Tokyo Midtown Hibiya, take the Toei Mita Line, Hibiya Metro Line, or the Chiyoda Metro Line and get off at Hibiya Station. It’s just a short walk to the south of the station and you can’t miss it. The shops are open from 11am to 9pm and their restaurants are open from 11am to 11pm.

    TOKYO MIDTOWN HIBIYA
    Address
    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Yurakuchou 1-1-2
    Phone
    0345809159
    Hibiya Park
    Address
    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Hibiyakouen 1-6
    Phone
    0335016428
    billboard cafe&dining
    Address
    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Yurakuchou 1-1-2 Tokyo Midtown Hibiya 3F
    Phone
    0362733355
  • Hibiya
    Address
    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Yurakuchou 1-chome
    Phone
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