Living in Tokyo Guide –Area Guide

Central Area
Central Area
[Area] Azabu / Hiroo / Roppongi / Akasaka / Aoyama / Omotesando / Harajuku / Shoto / Shibuya
South Tokyo
South Tokyo
Daikanyama / Nakameguro / Ebisu / Shirokane / Takanawa / Gotanda
Bay Area
Bay Area
Shiodome / Odaiba
South West Tokyo
South West Tokyo
Denen-chofu / Jiyugaoka / Yoga / Seta / Komazawa Park
Central West Tokyo
Central West Tokyo
Yoyogi / Yoyogiuehara / Seijou / Meidaimae / Shimokitazawa
Central West / North Tokyo
Central West / North Tokyo
Iidabashi / Ichigaya / Yotsuya / Shinjuku/ Mejiro

Roppongi Area

café, and, of course, night clubs. This is why Roppongi is always teeming with people from around the world.
At the same time, it is known as a high-class residential area. There are embassies from all over the world and their ambassadors’ residences, among those of world executives and well-known artists. Roppongi Hills, a sprawling complex with both commercial and residential floors has been built recently. It has become the new


  • Tokyo Tower

    3 min. walk from Hiroo Station

    Tokyo Tower is a time-honored symbol of Tokyo. Its observation decks provide a panoramic view of Mt. Fuji, Mt. Tsukuba and the streets of Tokyo.

  • Arisugawa Koen Park

    3 min. walk from Hiroo Station

    Tokyo Tower is a time-honored symbol of Tokyo. Its observation decks provide a panoramic view of Mt. Fuji, Mt. Tsukuba and the streets of Tokyo.

Azabu / Hiroo

café, and, of course, night clubs. This is why Roppongi is always teeming with people from around the world.
At the same time, it is known as a high-class residential area. There are embassies from all over the world and their ambassadors’ residences, among those of world executives and well-known artists. Roppongi Hills, a sprawling complex with both commercial and residential floors has been built recently. It has become the new