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  • Mori Art Museum (Museums / Roppongi)
  • 2010/10/19
  • I have frequented this museum on several occasions. On one occasion, a fashion exhibit was being displayed. They had tons of dresses on display from different time periods. On another occasion, I viewed some artwork that was quite unsavory...something that you wouldn't want a young child to see.
    Make sure to go on a sunny day to completely enjoy the Panoramic View.
  • Franciscan Chapel Center (Churches-Catholic / Roppongi)
  • 2010/10/19
  • A nice church that gives English mass. It is very crowded on Christmas Eve, so go early. The priests add a nice touch at the end of service which is to ask if there are any new members. He asks people to stand up if they would like in order to tell everyone where they are from. It is wonderful to see people from different parts of the world come to pray.

    As for being inspired? If you come to be inspired by the sermons then you will be inspired. If you come for the architecture, then it is indeed an older church.
  • Roppongi Hills (Landmarks & Historical Places / Roppongi)
  • 2010/10/19
  • A complex maze of shops and restaurants that can leave visitors feeling flustered. I frequent this complex in order to visit May's Garden Salon and Estination/Bals. I have become familiar with how to come and go now but it certainly took sometime. So, if you are visiting, be prepared to get lost.
  • Precce (Cheese / Roppongi)
  • 2010/10/19
  • A very nice supermarket and I would have given it a 5 but they do not have English labels (like they do at Nissen). It does, however, offer an abundance of delicious, gourmet foods
  • Dean and Deluca: Roppongi (Coffee / Roppongi)
  • 2010/10/19
  • Delicious sweets and cheeses but at a hefty price. Don't miss out on the delicious macaroons made by la mama...heavenly, melt-in-your-mouth, treats.
    The quiche and pastas are satisfactory when you want to take a rest from cooking...almost as good as home-cooking but not quite there.
  • Tokyo Midtown (Landmarks & Historical Places / Roppongi)
  • 2010/10/19
  • A comfortable and spacious facility which includes a 24 hour supermarket and Dean & Deluca in the basement. It is wonderful to visit around Christmas when they have all of the lights (Exit through the basement to get to the park).
  • David's Deli (Bakery / Azabu-juban)
  • 2010/10/19
  • Good food, satisfactory service, and a comfortable atmosphere. They have a huge TV screen behind the bar as well which was playing a movie when we visited. Not a bad place to visit for lunch or a casual dinner.
  • Jenifer Hair & Beauty International (Hair Salons / Roppongi)
  • 2010/10/19
  • I went to this salon on a few occasions for hair color, cut, and an eye brow wax. My stylist, who lived in NYC, was very good at coloring hair and she did a nice job on my eyebrows. However, I did not like how she cut and styled my hair. It looked 'choppy.' Finally, I requested that reception address me in the same manner that they address their Japanese clientele (RE: using the surname) but they did not.
  • The Ritz Carlton (Hotels / Roppongi)
  • 2010/10/19
  • My Japanese teacher and I frequent the Ritz Carlton for tea and lunch. The service has always been impeccable and we are always seated immediately. It has a nice view of Tokyo.
    You are able to order finger-food served on a traditional tiered platter or you are able to order a hamburger, sandwich, soup, and/or salad as well. It is more expensive than The Peninsula tea room but perhaps you are paying for the view?
  • == CLOSED == Fifty Seven (Cocktail Lounges / Roppongi)
  • 2010/10/18
  • It is a nice, casual restaurant which serves decent food. It is a place to go to when you want to go smart casual, very trendy. It is a nice place to go to for a girl's night out.
  • Shin: Hiroo (Sushi / Hiroo)
  • 2010/10/06
  • A quaint, cozy restaurant with limited seating capacity. Impeccable service and delicious sashimi and sushi. It is a treat to watch the handsome chef and his apprentice at work while sitting at the counter. A delightful experience.
  • Pacific Currents (Bars / Azabu-juban)
  • 2010/09/28
  • The food was tasty but the portions were extremely small. The service was good but the atmosphere seemed to lack energy (at least on the night that my husband and I visited).
  • EGBOK Azabu Oriental Clinic (Acupuncture / Roppongi)
  • 2010/09/28
  • I visited this place several times for a combination of acupuncture and massage. The massage itself was very good, however, I found the acupuncture to be quite uncomfortable. Also, I requested that they call me by my family name but they did not.
  • Nakashima Dental Office (Dentists / Roppongi)
  • 2010/09/28
  • My husband and I visited this dentist for several years. He was professional and efficient. However, his secretaries were sometimes inefficient due to a language barrier which was why we changed dentists.
  • Hinokizaka (Traditional Japanese / Roppongi)
  • 2010/09/28
  • A wonderful restaurant located in the Ritz Carlton. My husband and I had Teppanyaki and it was delicious. You are able to enjoy sushi and tempura as well. The food is nicely presented and the atmosphere is pleasant. It is a Michelin star 1 restaurant. The service is friendly as well. It is very expensive though.
  • Fureika (Chinese / Azabu-juban)
  • 2010/09/28
  • It is a nice restaurant. The food was very good and the atmosphere was very relaxing. They had live harp music as well.
  • Morimoto XEX (Sushi / Roppongi)
  • 2010/09/28
  • The food at Morimoto XEX was delicious. The decor was modern and the general atmosphere was comfortable.
  • May's Garden Spa (Spas / Roppongi)
  • 2010/09/27
  • I have been going to this salon for several years. It is expensive but it is worth it. It is the most elegant and professional salon in Tokyo.
  • Tokyo Physical Therapy (Orthopedic / Shirokane)
  • 2010/03/18
  • I have been going to this clinic since my major back surgery. The therapists are competent and professional. They also truly care about your recovery. I am happy to have found English speaking physical therapists in Japan.
  • Japanese Red Cross Medical Center (General Hospitals / Hiroo)
  • 2010/03/18
  • The place to be if you have an emergent situation. Red Cross is about taking care of people from all around the world. The nurses were professional and caretaking, the doctor was an expert in his field. The only down-side was the nutritionist who was overzealous, even going through my garbage to see what I was eating.
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