While Toyosu is a relatively quiet area compared to the rest of Tokyo, the largely industrial district has its fair share of attractions. It is best known for having the world’s largest seafood market, where you can taste fresh sushi at a reasonable price and watch the famous tuna auction. There is also the TeamLab Planets digital art museum and Kidzania.
Toyosu is about to get more exciting with the opening of an Ibiza-inspired resort with dining and outdoor barbecue facilities. Scheduled to begin operating on August 26, the Kiranah Resort Toyosu occupies a prime waterfront lot the size of a football field, and it’s designed to feel like a hip vacation in the city. The outdoor barbecue area can accommodate up to 1,000 people, with comfortable sofas for you to relax. Also, there is no need to bring any equipment with you – the facility will provide everything you need, including food and drink.
Kiranah Resort Toyosu is pet-friendly, as it has a small dog park, where your children can relax while you dine. There is also a DJ booth, bonfire, lawn and entertainment stage for special events.
When the sun is too strong during the day, you can retreat indoors to the main dining room, which will open later in mid-September. This F&B space will offer a variety of dining options as well as a spectacular view of the iconic Rainbow Bridge. Advance reservations are required to dine here.
In September, the resort will also unveil unique accommodation, where you can spend the night in egg-shaped capsules called – yes, you guessed it – the egg hotel.
More information about Kiranah Resort Toyosu here.
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