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Updated: April 2, 2018
While much of Mirror's seven floors are devoted to party or art rental spaces, two in-house restaurants are open for your dining pleasure all week long.
Open for lunch and dinner, the Cielo y Rio Riverside Café on the first floor is bright and spacious. If you're in town on the second or fourth Wednesday of the month, they offer a special yoga class with a macrobiotic lunch. (Reservations required, yoga instruction in Japanese only.)
If you're looking for a funky space to pass the evening, RIBAYON, on the fourth floor, is the place to be. With riverside views of the Tokyo Skytree, a table tennis space, and no shortage of cocktails, the relaxed atmosphere is perfect for unwinding after a day out.
¥2,000 or less
Discounts available for groups
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