I-Garden Terrace

Name: I-Garden Terrace

Kind: Mixed Use

Free Wifi: Yes

Location: 35°42’05.14″ N 139°45’00.67″ E

Station: Korakuen Station (M22), Metro Marunouchi Line, Metro Namboku Line (N11), JR Suidobashi Station

Our Rating: ⭑⭑⭑

Worth it? Worth a stop.

Updated 6/15/2021

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Just south of Tokyo Dome in west central Tokyo lies I-Garden Terrace – a small mixed-use complex. The building is mostly restaurants, but they also sometimes have events.

Access

To get here, take the Metro Marunouchi Line or Metro Namboku Line to Korakuen Station, or a JR Line to Suidobashi Station.

From Korakuen Station exit to the south, walk across the elevated platform, past Tokyo Dome, down the stairs the right, then 2 blocks west, then 1 block south. From Suidobashi Station head directly west approx. 3 blocks.

There’s not a whole lot to do here, but it does have some interesting restaurants. If you have time for lunch or dinner and are in the area, pop in and check it out.

Enjoy!

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I-Garden Terrace

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There are lots of other cool places to eat south of Suidobashi Station as well.

Mitsui Fudosan to pay $1.2 bil in white-knight bid for Tokyo Dome

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-tokyo-dome-m-a-mitsui-fudosan-idUSKBN2870RX

“TOKYO (Reuters) – Japanese property developer Mitsui Fudosan Co said on Friday it would pay $1.2 billion to buy ballpark operator Tokyo Dome Corp, a white-knight bid likely to help fend off prominent activist fund Oasis Management.

Tokyo Dome, which owns the home stadium of the Yomiuri Giants baseball team, has been under pressure from Hong Kong-based Oasis. The fund has called for the removal of board members, including Tokyo Dome’s president, and a change in operations”.