Tokyo Midtown: A Hub for Design, Art and Life


Art Museum of Suntory 

There are many reasons to visit the complex if you enjoy art. The Tokyo Midtown Design Hub, which hosts exhibitions and lectures, is another option among the many art events. On top of all that, the third floor of the Galleria shopping center has the Suntory Museum of Art, one of Tokyo's most well-known museums. This is the location to visit if you're interested in Japanese arts and crafts. 

21_21 Design Sight 

A further one of Tokyo's most well-known facilities is located at the garden's edge. Elegant gallery 21_21 Design Sight presents exhibitions with a design focus with the intention of drawing our attention to everyday items and occurrences. The renowned late Japanese designer Issey Miyake wrote an article titled "Time to Create a Design Museum" for the Asahi Shimbun newspaper in 2003, which served as the inspiration for the building. 

Tokyo Midtown offers dining and shopping. 

It's a good idea to get something to eat after spending some time at a museum. Japanese, Italian, Chinese, French, American, and Indian restaurants can be found at The Galleria, especially on the garden terrace. There is also Billboard Live Tokyo, where you may delight in exquisite dining and live music. The restaurants at the Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo, located on the 45th floor of Midtown Tower, are likewise highly recommended for individuals who enjoy their meals and drink while taking in the scenery. There are French and Japanese fine dining restaurants as well as The Bar, a fantastic location to have a martini while overlooking Tokyo. 

A Dream's Key

Another impressive Yasuda sculpture from 2006 is situated on the first floor of Tokyo Midtown, directly above "Mindful Heart" on the floor underneath. "Key to a Dream," also known as "Myomu" in Japanese, is situated at the plaza's entrance and has almost taken on the significance of the complex. The stunning bronze sculpture is frequently utilized as a gathering spot. It stands out in spite of being surrounded by skyscrapers.

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