Hoshino Resorts

Hoshino Resorts

A power center then and now

Akasaka has been a gateway to the city for nearly as long as Tokyo has been Japan’s capital—Akasaka-Mitsuke was a guard post completed in 1639 along the outer moat of Edo Castle. Today the area is home to the State Guest House and Akasaka Imperial Residence as well as a lively entertainment district lined with bars, clubs, and high-end restaurants. With easy access to three major Metro lines, OMO3 Tokyo Akasaka is in the heart of it all, right between Akasaka and Akasaka-Mitsuke stations.

4-3-2 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo

Akasaka, a place yet to be discovered

OMO Rangers, our local guide, will walk you through the classic must-sees to the "yet to be discovered" such as Japan's most impressive Western architecture, the State Guest House, to the handmade tofu shop that has been loved since its establishment in 1893. Enjoy our guide that incorporates fun facts about our recommendations as well as the history of Akasaka!

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