Sky High Juice Bar - Organic juice bar with enzyme-packed, cold-pressed juices, smoothies, raw salads and sweets in Aoyama.
Plus Veganique - Vegan, organic and macrobiotic café and restaurant in Jiyugaoka.
Takao Mountain - Popular hiking spot an hour from Tokyo, with various temples and trails away from the hustle and bustle.
T's Tan Tan - Inside Tokyo Station, this ramen joint, a branch of T's Restaurant, sells vegan salads, curry and ramen noodles.
DevaDeva Café - Vegetarian and vegan restaurant for hearty salads, burgers, pizzas and curries in Kichijoji. Perfect for takeaway eating at neighboring Inokashira Park.
Yoyogi Park - Adjacent to Harajuku Station and the Meiji Shrine, this sanctuary of ginko trees and green is where bustling bands of Tokyo's youth convene.
Be Yoga Japan - Offering Hatha yoga classes in English and Japanese, along with ISHTA teacher training and workshops, Be Yoga is situated in Minato-ku, near Roppongi Hills.
Kagurazaka - Meaning ``God Music Slope,`` the city's French district is an enclave with quaint cobblestone streets, shrines and shops.
Takagiya-rouho - Japanese sweets shop selling sticky rice dumplings with Japanese mugwort, red beans and other treats. No additives.
Cosme Kitchen Adaptation - Vegan-friendly fare served in chic surroundings on level BF2 in Omotesando Hills.
Okutama - West of Tokyo, in Japan's Kanto region, is Okutama, an oasis of lakes, hiking trails, mountains and shrines.
Spa LaQua - Bath house concept in Tokyo Dome City complex with natural hot springs bubbling up from 1,700 metres underground.
Tokyo City View - This observation and rooftop sky deck at the Mori Art Museum in Roppongi Hills offers unobstructed views of Tokyo from over 250 metres high.
Undercover - Jun Takahashi's edgy, contemporary designs of radical fashions and Japanese cool are found in his Aoyama store.
Shiro - Hokkaido skincare line using Gagome kelp, red beans, sake, ginger and other natural products.
CHI - The Spa at Shangri-La - Award-winning massages and treatments, most notably, the Kisetsu rituals and therapies are on offer with six private spa suites.
Ooedo Onsen - Japanese bath house with an Edo-era design and natural hot spring park in Odaiba.
Enherb - Herbal specialty shop owned by Tokyo-based Connecto. Co.
Ritz-Carlton Spa - High atop the 46th floor of the Ritz-Carlton Tokyo, is its luxurious spa with dry and steam saunas, treatment rooms, spa suites, fitness studio and services using Sodashi products.
Kamome Books - Jun Takahashi's edgy, contemporary designs of radical fashions and Japanese cool are found in his Aoyama store.
Three - Creative, holistic beauty and skincare line made of natural and botanical elements and oils from Japan.
Tsukiji fish market - The world's largest fish market also sells an array of fresh produce and local eats, with tucked-away food stalls and coveted sushi shops.
Sacai - Visit the Aoyama flagship store of designer Chitose Abe for her cult favorite womenswear and menswear gems that are deconstructed and impossibly chic.
Aman Spa Tokyo - Come to this sun-soaked sanctuary with an eagle-eye view of Tokyo's skyline, for treatments and therapies drawing on Japanese tradition, nature and balance. The 30-metre-panamoric pool is also a main draw.