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Akasaka Area Guide, Minato Ward Neighbourhoods:赤坂


AVERAGE RENT near Akasaka, Minato

Apartment Type Average Rent

1R / 1K ¥ 152,000

1LDK / 2K / 2DK ¥ 272,000

2LDK / 3K / 3DK ¥ 290,000

Akasaka, which sits on in excess of 25 slopes, is one of Tokyo's fashionable regions, with various fabulous inns, popular eating and amusement foundations, show spaces, the central command of Tokyo Broadcasting System (TBS) TV, extravagance convenience, and some amazing design.

Akasaka is a lovely business region that offers rushing about toward one side, and a fairly calmer more upmarket energy at the other. Akasaka is the nearest of any shopping and amusement region in Tokyo to Japan's focal point of governmental issues, Nagatacho and furthermore abuts Tokyo's most energetic nightlife region, Roppongi. Akasaka finds some kind of harmony between the two. Akasaka is limited cobbled stretches of constant bars and bars, directly close to some genuinely staggering office towers, and with green, famously walkable undulating roads of costly lodging and store shopping.

Famous Locations

1.Toyokawa Inari Tokyo Betsuin 豊川稲荷東京別院

Toyokawa Inari Temple in Tokyo's Akasaka region is a Buddhist sanctuary that worships a Shinto divinity, the fox god, or Inari.

Toyokawa Inari Temple is a branch sanctuary of the primary Toyokawa Inari Temple, a Soto Zen sanctuary called Myogonji which is situated in the regions of Toyokawa Inari Shrine in Toyokawa City, Aichi Prefecture (around 60 km south-east of the city of Nagoya).

Close by Akasaka-mitsuke - only a few hundred meters down Aoyama-dori Avenue, was a notable seedy area of town from the hour of the Edo period, and this likely could be the reason Toyokawa Inari is presently the sanctuary visited by those Japanese in the music and media outlet. This is generally clear on New Year's Eve, December 31, when artists, entertainers, TV characters, craftsmen, creators, essayists - anybody in the innovative expressions - implore the Benzaiten (or Benten) cherished here for favorable luck in the year to come.


Situated in Tokyo Midtown inside the city's Art Triangle Roppongi, 21_21 Design Sight opened to general society in 2007 as a gallery and show space devoted to all types of visual plan. The significant workmanship scene, housed inside a substantial and glass structure, was crafted by Pritzker Prize victor Ando Tadao in association with style fashioner Issey Miyake.

The name, propelled by the English expression "20/20 vision," was picked to communicate the point of the exhibition hall to produce and motivate forward-looking plan. The historical center houses turning shows and routinely has talks and studios.

3.Suntory Museum of Art サントリー美術館

The Suntory Museum of Art was designed by Kengo Kuma to fuse Japanese tradition and modernity and create a space that serves as an inviting "urban living room." It is located on the third and fourth floors of Roppongi's Tokyo Midtown building. This museum's collection of 3,000 paintings, ceramics, lacquerware, dyed textiles, glassware, and more, are centered on Japanese art and the theme of "Art in Life."

The museum presents five or six themed exhibitions per year, with no permanent exhibition. It also incorporates a tearoom, museum shop and café. The museum hosts a lively roster of events such as tea gatherings and workshops.


Sanno Medical Center 山王メディカルセンター

TEL: +81334025581

Address: 8-5-35 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0052

Sanno Hospital 山王病院

TEL: +81334023151

Address: 8-10-16 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0052

Akasaka Mitsuke Maeda Hospital

TEL: +81334081136

Address: 1-1-5 Motoakasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0051


  • International University of Health and Welfare Tokyo Akasaka Campus

Gyms (24 hour)

  • Anytime Fitness Akasaka

*Simple selection of the area.


  • Meat Hanamasa Akasaka

  • Precce Premium Tokyo Midtown

  • Seijo Ishii Akasaka Biz Tower

  • Yoshiike Akasaka store

*Simple selection of the area.

Department Stores

  • Tokyo Midtown

  • Akasaka Biz Tower

  • Isetan Saone

* Simple selection of the areas

Useful Information:

Police Station:

Akasaka Police Station

Address: 4-18-19 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo

TEL: 03-3475-0110

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