The entire area of Akasaka in the Minato- ku area was developed around the Akasaka Station and Akasaka- Mitsuke Station. Located right by the government district of Nagatacho and Kasumegaseki, noteworthy the National Diet building and where most of the political functioning buildings are located. Amongst all this are the very serene tranquil shrines of Nogi and Hikawa shinto shrines.
Many large upscale complexes such as ARK HILLS, AKASAKA SACAS, AKASAKA GARDEN CITY, AKASAKA AIR and TOKYO MIDTOWN are walking distance to each other, all having good greenery, high-end fashion stores, wonderful restaurants,bars, museums and food stores. Suntory Hall has special concerts and events all year round. Organic marches open at Ark Hills every Tuesday. InterContinental ANA Hotel, Ritz Carlton, Capitol Hotel Tokyu and one of the oldest establishments, The Okura Hotel to mention some that are in the area.
Only steps away from all the complexes are the quiet high end residential areas, with tall apartment to low-rise buildings housing many forgien residents. Such as Homat Viscount and Residence Viscountess, and Homat President.
Living in these high quality residences, having everything around the corner makes residing in Tokyo a great experience.