7:00 am: Waking up early for breakfast at Sushi Daiwa at Tsukiji Market this is the best way to start your trip and immerse yourself in the gastronomic scene that Japan has to offer.
9:00 am: A walk through Omotesandō, one of the most luxurious and architectural streets in the country.
10:00 am: To kick start your day right, a coffee in Koffee Mameya, right next to Omotesandō.
10:30 am: At this time the craving for pastries has already started . Dominique Ansel, the creator of the famous cronut opened his bakery in a small street in Shibuya. It is worth trying the cronut of the month made with local flavors and ingredients.
11:00 am: Explore the vintage shops and boutiques in Aoyama.
12:00 pm: Take the subway to Ginza and enjoy the Omakase at Sushi Kyubey. It is difficult to get a reservation for this restaurant. So is highly recommended to arrive before 12:30 pm to reach the second seating.
1:30 pm: Shopping in one of the most beautiful areas of Tokyo: Ginza. It has largest Uniqlo store in the world and the famous Dover Street Market.
3:00 pm: Take the elevator at the Mori Art Museum to one of the higher floors of the Roppongi district to reach the heliport and appreciate a 360 degree view of Tokyo.
4:00 pm: Visit Daikanyama to see the abundant cafes and shops around this area.
7:30 pm: Living the experience of a good yakitori for dinner time in Tokyo is mandatory and Yakitori Imai is the best place to do it.
9:30 pm: There’s no better way to end up the day than on the 52nd floor of the Park Hyatt, listening to live jazz music with a cocktail in hand with the view of Tokyo illuminated by night as background.
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