My Tokyo Guide
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Updated: March 18, 2020
Melissa Celestine Koh
Interests: Travel, Culture, Photography, Fashion
Number of Visits to Japan: 10
What Do You Think of Tokyo?: I love Tokyo for it’s vibrancy, food, people and city-life.
I was actually able to see how the Tokyo night life is and enjoyed it so much. Tokyo is truly a city that is vibrant both day and night. I absolutely enjoyed the luxurious atmosphere I would highly recommend Tokyo as a city for people who would like to enjoy the one city deeply.
We really enjoyed our time at Suigan. Suigan is a theatre style restaurant, located in Nihonbashi. It was located in the basement. Above it was the Fukutoku Shrine which has a long history. It was interesting to get a cultural and historical-rich experience like such in the heart of the city, Tokyo.
The interiors were luxurious and the sushi was wonderful. I especially loved that I could enjoy the cultural performance and a nice Japanese meal. This would be great for travellers to experience a performing art like such.
Walk to Nihonbashi Station, and take the Tozai Line to Otemachi Station. From there, walk 9 minutes to the Cotton Club.
After dinner, we enjoyed a stroll from Suigan to Tokyo Station was really enjoyable as we watched the city light up Roppongi area. I especially love Tokyo during the Christmas season as the streets are so beautifully decorated. We stopped by an alley with trees and lights that lined the street. It was so gorgeous. Then, we stopped by Tokyo Station for some photos before heading to watch a splendid performance at Cotton Club. The performance at Cotton Club was very stimilating. We witnessed a legendary performance by Martin Taylor and Ulf Wakenius.
From the Cotton Club, walk 10 minutes to The Lounge, Aman Tokyo.
Our last stop was at The Lounge, Aman Tokyo. We enjoyed night drinks in their super luxurious lounge which boasted high ceiling and breathtaking architectural lines. It was very majestic, quiet and memorable. The night view from The Lounge, Aman Tokyo was amazing. I love the floor-to-ceiling windowsIt would be the perfect late night spot for more romantic wind down in the late night.
Note: This article was written by a blogger invited to contribute a story for the 2019 project promoting Tokyo nightlife tourism.