The Ariake Garden is a large mixed-use complex opened in June 2020, on a vast 10.7 hectare tract in central Ariake district along the Tokyo Bay. As an integrated facility, it aims at revitalizing the local community by enhancing living, improving visitors’ convenience and creating liveliness through promoting culture and art, etc.
It comprises a large shopping mall with over 200 tenants at its core, and a variety of facilities such as theater style multipurpose hall, a hotel, a spa, an exclusive theater for the Shiki Theatre Company, as well as a high-rise condominium tower, open space, etc.
Ariake Garden is designated as an area plan of National Strategic Special Zone, as a project to strengthen MICE functions and foreign tourism in the Tokyo waterfront city.
Sumitomo Fudosan Shopping City “Ariake Garden”
This large-scale retail facility houses more than 200 stores, based on the theme of "savoring richness, enjoying experience, and living wonderfully". A variety of restaurants and food courts are available for families to relax and enjoy their stay.Ariake Garden website (JP)
Tokyo Garden Theater
This theater-style hall has a maximum capacity of about 8,000 people. It can accommodate a wide range of functions, from powerful live events to international conferences and other gatherings.Tokyo Garden Theater website (JP)
Villa Fontaine Grand Tokyo Ariake
A high-grade hotel with 749 rooms, a variety of rooms to suit wide variety of guests for tourism, business, school trip, etc. accommodating up to 4 people.Villa Fontaine Grand
Tokyo Ariake website(EN/JP)
Izumi Tenkuu-no-yu Ariake Garden (Spa)
A spa with a rich variety of baths including natural hot spring, saunas, bedrock bathing, relaxation space, etc.Izumi Tenkuu-no-yu website (JP)
Ariake Shiki Thatre
A new theater exclusive for SHIKI THEATRE COMPANY. The opening show will be “The Lion King” – a musical by Disney.Shiki Theatre Company website (EN/JP)
Ariake Garden Park
A total of approx. 6,800 sq. meters green area. On the large open lawn space, you can enjoy walking and picnic.
City Towers Tokyo Bay
33-floor/1,539-unit, seismically isolated triple tower
Total of 11 spaces for various events such as concerts, workshops, etc. within the facility.