Yebisu Garden PlaceFree: All time

Yebisu Garden Place is essentially the main tourist attraction in the Ebisu neighborhood of Tokyo. This buildings in this neighborhood is strikingly more European than Japanese, giving a feel of a city of its own within Tokyo. Ebisu was founded around 1928 as a community developed around the Japan Beer Brewery Company, Yebisu. The area adopted its name from the train station built to facilitate the distribution of Yebisu beer. Today, Ebisu is home to many bars and restaurants, from izakaya-style restaurants to English-style pubs. From the train station, Yebisu Skywalk covers moving walkways, which leads to various site within the Garden Place including the headquarters of Sapporo Breweries, the Museum of Yebisu Beer, and the Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography (not free).

Address: 4-20 Ebisu, Shibuya, Tokyo 150-0013
Direction: Train JR Yamanote Line to Ebisu Station east exit

Photo credit: Stéfan Le Dû