|Above, the Himalayan cedar planted by President U.S. Grant at Zojo-ji temple. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
Roppongi, Tokyo (especially Roppongi Hills) is known for its nightclubs and bars as it is close to many embassies.
One has to pay for most activities in Roppongi. However, Tokyo Cheapo has a list of ten free things to do in Roppongi for the budget-minded. One of which is pictured above.
They start with:
Roppongi—the heart of boutiques, brands and top designers. It may not seem like it has much to offer the cheapo in us, but deep in the depths there are some delights that won’t cost you a penny, and make for far more interesting stories than what’s in your shopping bag…To read more, go here.