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added on : February 13, 2023
Whether you’re after unique shopping experiences, exceptional meals, a luxury hotel stay or easy transfers to simplify your travels, you’ll find it at Tokyo Midtown Yaesu, the third Tokyo Midtown-brand facility after Roppongi and Hibiya, which, in addition to its 45 above-ground floors, boasts four basement floors.
The new complex, which celebrates its grand opening in March 2023 after a partial opening in September 2022, features diverse shops and restaurants, a substantial bus terminal and a luxury hotel.
Set aside ample time to explore the complex’s 57 commercial offerings, of which six are opening for the first time, 11 are making their Tokyo debut and 21 are new to commercial facilities. From fashion both casual and high-end to cuisine from home and abroad, you’re bound to find plenty of perfect purchases and tasty treats. Seeking a sumptuous overnight stay? Look no further than the Bulgari Hotel Tokyo, Japan’s first Bulgari Hotel & Resorts property.
Found on 2F, Yaesu Public is a new kind of public space where people, places and culture overlap. Split into three zones, it houses unique, small-scale shops that include restaurants, drinking establishments and retail stores. The easygoing area also features seating for dining and working.
Yaesu, Tokyo, already offers unparalleled access to Japan through Tokyo Station’s Shinkansen network. With the arrival of Tokyo Midtown Yaesu, it expands its reach by hosting Japan’s largest bus terminal—conveniently connected to Tokyo Station’s Yaesu central gate.
|Address||2-2-1 Yaesu, Chuo City, Tokyo|
|URL||Tokyo Midtown Yaesu (JPN)|
For updated information on opening hours, days closed, prices, and more, please check the official website.