Located in Shiba, this hotel is 0.5 mi (0.8 km) from Keio University and within 3 mi (5 km) of Tokyo Tower and Mori Art Museum. Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art ...
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Located in Shiba, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Shibadai Jingu Shrine, World Trade Centre Building, and Hibiya Shrine. Shiba Rikyu Garden and Seisho-ji ...
Located in Shiba, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Hamarikyu Garden, Tokyo Tower, and Tsukiji Fish Market. Kabuki-za Theatre and National Diet Building are ...
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Shiba is a centrally located district in Tokyo’s Minato Ward. For visiting tourists it provides convenience with location and excellent public transport connections. It is also quite affluent and home to the headquarters of important Japanese companies and one of the Japanese capital city’s best known temples.Don’t Miss
One of the most famous images of Shiba is the sight of Zojo-ji Temple with the bright red, 333-meter-high Tokyo Tower standing behind it. Zojo-ji was badly damaged in WWII, although the original Sangedatsumon Gate and the graves of Tokugawa shoguns makes it one of the most popular sightseeing locations.
Zojo-ji Temple is set in the grounds of Shiba Park. The park is a relaxing spot to take a walk or sit on a bench and enjoy the sights of flowering plants and trees. Minato Ward Museum houses an interesting collection of ancient documents and tools, animal bones, and art. Take Ninagawa Art Gallery holds regular exhibitions featuring the works of top contemporary Japanese and international artists.
The headquarters of Korean Air and NCE Electronics are located in Shiba. The self-contained Roppongi Hills city district is less than two kilometres from Shiba and boasts the Mori Art Museum. It also has a lovely collection of upmarket shopping outlets. Shiba has three Metro stations. The Hamamatsucho, Tamachi, and Mita stations are stops for Yamanote and Toei-Mita line services.Restaurants and Bars
A number of restaurants in Shiba serve up tasty Japanese dishes with noodles, tofu, and rice bases. There are also premises themed on the famous sushi and sashimi specialities. International restaurants have the likes of burgers, pasta, and steaks on the menu. Bar Qrif is one of several pubs in the area. Roppongi has a better choice and these include the Hobgoblin British Pub and sports bars.Shopping
Shiba is not famous for its shopping. Ginza and Roppongi have more choices and do not take long to get to on the Metro or bus. Odaiba Island is easy enough to reach as well and has three malls plus a seaside shopping arcade. Shops in Shiba itself are mostly small and limited to 7-11 convenience stores.