Best visited on a sunny day for its seaside feel and boardwalk, Tennozu Isle offers both great dining options and art entertainment.
Start your tour at Pigment, one of Tokyo’s premier color pigment stores (and certainly the city’s most beautiful) where you can choose your favorite color out of what seems like thousands of pigments.
Now, make your way over to Tennozu Isle’s two most interesting streets: Bond Street and the wooden boardwalk.
Check out the exhibitions at IMA Gallery and B&C Hall which have contemporary photography and art exhibitons on pretty much all the time.
Once a month, Tennozu Isle becomes host to the monthly Tennoz Harbor Market featuring 200m of stalls selling anything from food and drinks to vintage items and clothes. If you are in for more art, head over the bridge to Terrada Art Complex, another repurposed warehouse home to a selection of galleries, pop-up spaces and art events.
End your day with cocktails at T.Y. HARBOR’s beer bar or head over to Tennozu Pier and take a seat on one of the stairs by the water.
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