Retail and office complex built on the former site of a beer brewery offers multitude of eating options, ranging from fast ... More
Yebisu Garden Place
Retail and office complex built on the former site of a beer brewery offers multitude of eating options, ranging from fast food to a Michelin-starred French restaurant housed in a castle-like building. Among its attractions are Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography and Yebisu Beer Museum where beer tasting is available. Its holiday illuminations are one of the most popular in Tokyo.
This is not really a sight of tokyo. Not worth the subway fare unless you happen to actually be staying in Ebisu. The beer museum is okay, but you pay to sample the beer. The garden itself is nothing more than several shops arranged around a big chandelier. Don't bother with this trivial place, every city has something comparable, be it a city square or an outdoor mall.
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