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  Ebisu garden place
Ebisu garden place is the compound redevelopment of mixed Youth who practiced in 1994 in the vacant lot at Sapporo beer Ebisu factory.
In the downtown, as inner City problem, the decrease of the resident population about night becomes a problem and the development always, and to be necessary in the redevelopment in recent years for and for a residential area to be juxtaposed as much as the saying at it is done.
Ebisu station, too, is the one which was established because of the beer shipment and the name of the station, too, is the one which was put, taking from the Yebisu beer.
www.f-banchan.net /tokyo/ebisu/ebisu-gp_AD.htm   (550 words)

Tokyo Station can be overwhelming with all its lines and levels, but we made our way out to the street and walked a few blocks to the new Tokyo International Forum.
Tokyo Disney Resort's Welcome Center was close by and we went there, hoping for a one-stop service counter to be able to enjoy our day at Disney.
MicroAdventure is Tokyo Disneyland's version of "Honey I Shrunk the Audience." The pre-show was somewhat different from its Epcot cousin, but the actual movie was identical, except for one scene where a Japanese audience is shown on screen.
www.americatravelmiami.com /tokyo.htm   (10432 words)

 Tokyo Food Page Restaurant Listings - Ebisu/Daikanyama
Tokyo exotic "ethnic dining" at its most charming - food from various Asian and non-Asian cuisines, and there's even a teepee in the middle of the backyard!
A place worth cultivating in late-night Ebisu - the staff is friendly, the hours are accommodating, the music and decor are hip, and the food can be entertaining, although it's more of a drinking spot than a full-fledged restaurant.
Tables are adequately separated, and the large two-story space, which is reached by crossing the entrance moat, is unusually luxurious for Tokyo.
www.bento.com /ra-ebisu.html   (1770 words)

 Ebisu, Tokyo
There is a disputed proposal that this article should be merged with Tokyo.
Ebisu is a fashionable shopping district (named after Ebisu, the god of wealth), with many sidewalk cafes and fashion shops.
The Yebisu Garden Place ([1] (http://www.gardenplace.co.jp/english/)) complex, connected to Ebisu Station by travellator, has been a meeting and sightseeing spot since its completion.
www.arikah.net /encyclopedia/Ebisu,_Tokyo   (140 words)

 Aamaps.com presents a road map of Ebisu, Shibuya
Tokyo, known as Edo until 1868, is a coastal city with an intricate history.
By the early 1700's, the population of Tokyo was already estimated at 1.2 million, while the population of London and Paris was 650,000 and 500,000 respectively.
Ikebukuro is in the northwest, and the cultural center of the city, Ueno and Asakusa, is northeast of the Imperial Palace.
www.aamaps.com /show/map/ebisu_shibuya   (293 words)

 Travel + Leisure | T&L 100: Next Great Neighborhoods   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
According to Japanese folklore, Ebisu is one of the seven gods of good luck, and the statue of this fat little man at the entrance to Ebisu station is said to promise prosperity.
But Ebisu's cheap rents and proximity to one of Tokyo's best fashion-design schools have attracted young and colorful settlers who are turning it into the city's most exciting enclave.
Ebisu Garden Place (Ebisu 4-chome, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 5423-7111) On the site of the former brewery, this neo-mall promises a "stroll through pleasant open squares and walkways full of greenery." The reality is, unfortunately, a rather unimaginative complex with much more brick than greenery.
www.travelandleisure.com /Invoke.cfm?Objectid=8D380061-EACD-4A99-B1F65272E9DE6409   (985 words)

 Tokyo/Shinjuku Travel Guide
Tokyo Opera City is a skyscraper with a shopping center and art museum that often has interesting multimedia exhibits.
Tokyo's most famous techno club, the Liquid Room (http://www.liquidroom.net/), used to be in Kabukicho but has now moved to Ebisu.
The Tokyo Tourist Information Center (http://www.tourism.metro.tokyo.jp/english/public/tokyo_tocho.html), a good source of information on not just Tokyo but all of Japan, is now located on the 1st floor of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building 1.
www.imakoopedia.org /en/article/Tokyo/Shinjuku/index.htm   (1213 words)

 Tokyo/Ebisu - travel guide, holidays in Tokyo/Ebisu -   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Ebisu (???, archaically also Yebisu) is a district of Tokyo, Japan.
Ebisu is a station on the JR Yamanote line, one stop south of Shibuya.
Ebisu is also a trendy nightlife district, with many slightly quirky bars and clubs.
www.did-you-mean.com /travel/Tokyo/Ebisu   (751 words)

 Ebisu, city in the sky   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Ebisu is crap, like many places in Tokyo, and for that matter, Japan.
What pisses me off so much about Ebisu is that so many people, both Japanese and non-Japanese, tell me how great it is. I can only assume that such people grew up in the Black hole of Culcutta, or maybe Hull.
Ebisu is on the JR Yamanote line and the Hibiya underground line.
karamoon.freeshell.org /japan/tokyo/ebisu.html   (251 words)

 JNTO Website > Regional Tourist Guides   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Tokyo consists of the southwestern part of the Kanto Region, the Izu Islands, and the Ogasawara islands.
Although most of the city was devastated by the Great Earthquake of 1923 and again by the bombing in the WWII, it achieved rapid restoration both times.
Tokyo is not only the center of politics and economy of Japan, but also developed as the center of world economy and culture, and it offers a number of must-see places.
www.jnto.go.jp /eng/RTG/RI/kanto/tokyo/tokyo/tokyo.html   (190 words)

 Paul Lam's Photo Gallery
For those not familiar, Tokyo's property prices is one of the highest in the world (I think it's either first or second...).
Ginza is THE high-end fashion district of Tokyo.
Ebisu is a more relaxing urban area in Tokyo.
paullam.blogspot.com   (1285 words)

 Tokyo/Shibuya Travel Guide
Book First (http://www.book1st.net/) (Bunkamura-dori) is one of Tokyo's largest bookstores and carries a good range of foreign language magazines, add to a huge array of venues to eat and drink.
Womb (http://www.womb.co.jp/english/index.html) in Dogenzaka is one of Tokyo's newest, hottest and largest clubs, designed by the people behind New York's Twilo.
Ebisu, the next stop south on the JR Yamanote Line, is a quieter and more sophisticated version of the Shibuya scene.
www.imakoopedia.org /en/article/Tokyo/Shibuya/index.htm   (1054 words)

 Ebisu - The Tokyo Guide - Bars, Restaurants, Hotels, Shopping, Work, Travel Things to Do   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
The fairly recent development of Ebisu Garden Place has given the area a whole array of new restaurants and entertainment options.
Completed in October 1994 is easily reaced by escalator type walkways from Ebisu station.
Yebisu Garden Place is actually built on the site of Sapporo's Tokyo brewery, which is probably why Yebisu decided to create their museum to beer here.
www.thetokyoguide.com /ebisu.htm   (191 words)

 Ebisu :: Tokyo Essentials :: Tokyo Tourist Guide
For beer lovers, Ebisu is the headquarters of Sapporo Breweries and the Yebisu Beer Museum.
Ebisu Garden Place is probably of not much interest to short term visitors, but it does offer a fairly pleasant promenade and relaxed shopping area.
Ebisu Station is on the JR Yamanote line and the Hibiya line, just two stations from Roppongi.
www.tokyoessentials.com /ebisu.html   (321 words)

 Tokyo-Shibuya/Ebisu Travel Information, Maps, Tourist guide and Japan Hotels.
The area around Ebisu Station in Shibuya-ku has developed rapidly since Ebisu Garden Place was constructed in 1994 at the site where a beer brewery used to stand.
On the other side of the station, the Ebisu Market near the west exit and other traditional, unique local shops are still prospering, exhibiting a good contrast against the new shopping spot on the east side.
The Daikanyama district adjacent to Ebisu is the place to get tasteful basic articles, and is especially popular among young women.
www.worldsleep.com /japan/shibuya-ebisu.html   (288 words)

 Ebisu travel guide
Ebisu is a district located on the just south of Shibuya on the Yamanote Line, the JR (Japan Rail) railway.
The name Ebisu, pronounced (ebis) is named after the fishing God per Japanese Shinto religion.
Ebisu is hip happening place known for fine shopping and dining.
www.world66.com /asia/northeastasia/japan/tokyo/ebisu   (159 words)

 AikiWeb Aikido Forums - Dojo in Tokyo? (Ebisu area)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Ebisu is the name of a purpose-built drift/race track, somewhere in Japan.
I was merely expressing somewhat envy at your location, and jesting in relation to the shared name.
I know he's got a dojo in Tokyo, but I don't know exactly where it is. Check out:
www.aikiweb.com /forums/printthread.php?t=3780   (250 words)

 TOsalsa! Event: Japanese Salsa Congres   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
The Congress will be held on the 10th and 11th of November (Saturday and Sunday) in Ebisu, Tokyo.
Ebisu is only two stations away from Roppongi, the place where many salsa clubs and nightspots are existed.
Other great spots close to Ebisu are Shibuya, the place popular for young people, Harajuku known for the famous Meiji Shrine, and cheap shopping, and Shinjuku with full of electronic shops.
www.tosalsa.com /events/2001/event011109.html   (256 words)

Ebisu is the transit point for riders from the JR Yamanote line and Hibiya subway line.
The area offers a good array of eating and drinking establishments, including the Ebisu Garden Plaza - a pleasant, slightly Kremlin looking open-plaza area with a variety of shops and restaurants.
Ebisu's most casual eatery - with delicious healthy food, and open-air seating.
www.tokyopocketguide.com /area-ebisu.html   (156 words)

 Japan Reference - Tokyo Guide : Ebisu & ...
Ebisu is one of those places Tokyoites would like to live in.
If you are feeling hungry, go up to the restaurants on the 37th or 38th floor and admire the panorama from there.
This hilly residential area is one of the poshest place in Tokyo.
www.jref.com /practical/ebisu.shtml   (265 words)

 Tokyo/Shinjuku - Wikitravel   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
The North Observatory is open daily from 9:30 AM to 11:00 PM (closed second and fourth Mondays of each month), while the South Observatory is open daily from 9:30 AM to 5:30 PM (until 11:00 PM on the days the North Observatory is closed; closed on the first and third Tuesdays of each month).
The Kabukichō (歌舞伎町) district, to the northeast of JR Shinjuku station, is Tokyo's most notorious red-light district — although during the daytime you might not even notice, especially if you can't decode the elaborate Japanese codewords on the billboards.
To the south of Kabuki-cho is Shinjuku ni-chome (新宿2丁目), Tokyo's largest gay district.
www.wikitravel.org /en/article/Tokyo/Shinjuku   (1544 words)

 Stanford JGuide - Japan > Tokyo Area Preschools and Kindergartens
International preschool in Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo Japan, for bilingual and English students between the ages of 2.5 and 6 years old.
GILC is guided by developmentally appropriate principles in child development, as specified by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), an organization founded in the United States wherein the Director is a member.
International kindergarten and preschool located in Setagaya-ku, Tokyo, for children from 15 months to 6 years of age.
jguide.stanford.edu /site/tokyo_area_preschools_and_kindergartens_349.html   (288 words)

 RAHA: Botero Exhibition Continues at Yebisa Garden Place
EBISU, TOKYO.- Through this July 11, 2004, many of the most well-known larger-than-life monumental bronze sculptures of celebrated Columbian artist Fernando Botero will be on display at an outdoor exhibition of his work at Yebisu Garden Place in Ebisu, Tokyo.
In addition to the 20 monumental sculptures, two smaller sculptures will be on display at Mitsukoshi in Ebisu and in the lobby of the Westin Hotel Tokyo.
Supporting the event are the Columbian Embassy, the Tokyo Metropolitan Government, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
kabulpress.org /caltural15.htm   (622 words)

 Cloudband Magazine : Obis and Handbags. Japanese Textile Fairs in Tokyo   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
One of these, held in March and at the end of October, is devoted to the textile arts.
The 'Sixth Antique Textile Fair' in Ebisu Tokyo (25 October - 1 November 2000) featured 15 exhibitors, two-thirds of whom specialise in Japanese textiles, including folk weavings and kimonos.
Although there is a feeling that there are already too many art and antiques fairs for the Tokyo market, amazingly new fairs are launched every year.
www.cloudband.com /magazine/articles1q01/mark_yamamoto_letter1_0101.html   (749 words)

 Fodor's Travel Guides | Forums Messages
We are doing that in Tokyo and also in Kyoto.
I just think that the hotel is a little bit far to the station, comparing to other hotels in Tokyo.
But still OK! Ebisu itself is not very convenient...a little outside of the center.
www.fodors.com /forums/pgMessages.jsp?fid=27&tid=34484217&numresponses=6&start=0   (655 words)

 Shanghai - ultimatepubguide.com
Situated alongside the JR Ebisu station on the Yamanote Line, Shanghai is a bar, coffee shop and café, although externally it looks like a Garden Centre because of the greenery, flora and fauna that sits outside, surrounding the entrance.
The entire frontage of the bar opens onto the street and gives the bar an airy, breezy feel, ideal in the Tokyo heat, and the glass of iced water presented upon arrival is much needed.
If it were a Garden Centre there would be plenty of opportunity to demonstrate its Insect Repellent, as the bar teems with ladybugs, beetles, butterflies, dragonflies and other various roaches.
ultimatepubguide.com /pubs/info.phtml?pub_id=341   (419 words)

 Dictionary of Meaning www.mauspfeil.net   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
The Yebisu Garden Place ([http://www.gardenplace.co.jp/english/]) complex, connected to Ebisu Station by travellator, has been a meeting and sightseeing spot since its completion.
If it's necessary to merge it with anything, Shibuya, Tokyo Shibuya would be a better candidate.
There you find a list of all editors and the possibility to edit the original text of the article Ebisu, Tokyo.
www.mauspfeil.net /Ebisu,_Tokyo.html   (171 words)

 Space Punch - ultimatepubguide.com
Several shelves near the entrance to Space Punch are crammed with cult toys and sci-fi games; the overkill of figurines, statuettes and novelties continue along the entire length of the bar, underneath of which are orange lights that give it a sense of futuristic Tokyo's department stores.
When wandering around Ebisu's backstreets, Space Punch is obvious by its blue, neon hue and anomalous position within its surroundings.
The bar's airliner, tube-like design, in which the curved, metallic interior is reminiscent of an Anderson Shelter, gives its façade the appearance of a cheap gimmick used by tacky photographic stores, whereby their fascia resembles a large camera, its entrance the lens.
ultimatepubguide.com /pubs/info.phtml?pub_id=323   (410 words)

 Post-Crescent - Menasha visit enlightens Japanese kids   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
MENASHA — Even though she had visited the area two years ago, Michiko Kainuma of Japan was still overwhelmed by everything she saw during a recent visit to Menasha.
Kainuma, past president of the Rotary Club of Tokyo Ebisu, was in town as the driving force behind a cultural exchange program with the Rotary Club of Menasha.
She also is one of the charter members of the Tokyo Ebisu Club, a Rotary chapter comprised mostly of women.
www.wisinfo.com /postcrescent/news/archive/local_20913404.shtml   (657 words)

Tokyo Food Page - A complete guide to Japanese cuisine and eating in Tokyo, with recipes, culinary travel tips, restaurant listings and more.
Tokyo Q - Life in the Megalopolis - Good Tokyo Restaurants.
Tokyo Restaurant Reference - Over 350 Restaurants in the Tokyo Metropolitan Area with an English Menu.
chefmoz.org /Japan/Tokyo   (312 words)

 Comments about Roger & Marilyn's Photo Tour of Tokyo, Japan
I have had the opportunity to spend several months in Tokyo when I was in the Marines and loved it so much.
I just wanted to tell you that your site is helpful not only those who plan to go to Tokyo, but for someone like me who's been out of home for a while (I'm from Tokyo, Ebisu).
I was planning to spend a lot of time in Tokyo and you have helped me a great deal with places to go and things to do.
www.artisandevelopers.com /web/Tokyo/comments2.htm   (513 words)

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