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Sightseeing

  • Hibiya Park
    walk5 mins

    Hibiya Park

    Opened to the public in 1903, the first "modern western park" in Japan. Starting with the iconic "large fountain", there is an outdoor music hall, library, gardens with seasonal flowers and many events which take place on the weekends. An oasis full of nature at the center of the metropolis.

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  • The Imperial Palace
    walk10 mins

    The Imperial Palace

    Where the Edo castle used to stand, there now is the "Gosho" where the imperial family resides, the "Kyuden" or palace where official ceremonies take place, and the Imperial Housing Agency. With general viewing (advanced reservation or first-come-first served), Niju-bashi (bridge) and Fushimi-yagura (tower) as well as the Hasu-ike-bori (moat) can be viewed while taking a stroll. Provide photos: The Imperial Palace Gaien(Photo Album)

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  • TOKYO TOWER
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    TOKYO TOWER

    Built in Showa 33 (1958), this comprehensive broadcast tower stands 333 meters tall. The cityscape can be viewed from the observation deck and the tower is lit up in different colors to commemorate events throughout the year.

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  • Tsukishima
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    Tsukishima

    The Nishi Naka-dori shopping district in Tsukishima is known for the nationally popular food "Monja-yaki". Monja-yaki was originally a snack when it appeared during the Meiji-era. Having evolved, many shops in Tsukishima serve it as a tasty meal.

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  • Roppongi
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    Roppongi

    A cultural intersection, where domestic and foreign, modern and retro exist side-by-side. With the embassies of many countries, skyscrapers such as the Roppongi Hills and Tokyo Midtown, and select shopping and delicious foods available. Step into the back streets and find all the charm of years gone by.

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  • Harajuku/Omotesando
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    Harajuku/Omotesando

    The old town of "Harajuku", restructured as the main walk "Omotesando" in 1919 which will take you to the Meiji Shrine. From this select, high class shopping avenue, "Omotesando", take a detour into the back streets to find a district popular among the youth, "Harajuku".

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  • Shibuya
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    Shibuya

    While leaving the influences of old Japan, you can also find the "modern" in this "youthful district". With galleries and clubs, not only is this an area for the youth, but it continues to change as the district for art and music. Always providing a new experience.

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  • Meiji Shrine
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    Meiji Shrine

    This is a shrine where people offer prayers to the Meiji Emperor and Empress Shoken, continuously having the largest turn out for the first prayers of the year in Japan. At the Kagura-dance structure, prayers are offered for the removal of bad luck, disaster prevention and calling in good luck, home safety, academic success and other wishes. The garden has the Well of Kiyomasa, said to have been excavated by Kiyomasa Kato

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  • Asakusa
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    Asakusa

    The historic commercial district of Edo spreads out from the Sensoji temple. Sumida park with a view of the TOKYO SKYTREESM, Japan's oldest amusement park, "Hanayashiki" as well as the "Kappa-bashi" sales district, famous for their wax food sample models are all in this well known tourist area.

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  • Shinjuku
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    Shinjuku

    A lodging district that was made along the Koshu highway during the Edo era, "Shinjuku". A large number of department stores, specialty shops, theaters and restaurants fill this area, the business center of western Tokyo.

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  • Hama-rikyu Gardens
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    Hama-rikyu Gardens

    An "oasis in the city" surrounded by buildings. This representative garden of the Edo era, changes its appearance with the rising and ebbing tide. Showing a new look, not only for every season, but also throughout the day.

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Theater/Museum

  • Tokyo Takarazuka Theater
    walk4 mins

    Tokyo Takarazuka
    Theater

    A theater where the "Takarazuka Revue", which was established in 1914, shows their performances. The actresses known as Takarasienne play the parts of both men and women, presenting their powerful singing performances in glamorous surroundings.

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  • 日生劇場
    walk4 mins

    Nissay Theatre

    A theater situated in the Nihon Seimei Hibiya Building, noe of the buildings that represent the Showa era. Operas, calssic concerts are among the wide variety of performances which take place at the Nissei Theater.

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  • Imperial Theatre
    walk6 mins

    Imperial Theatre

    Created as the first western style theater in Japan in 1911, reopened on July 25th, 2018 as a comfortable space where tradition and history can be felt. Now recognized as the Mecca of Japanese musicals.

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  • Mitsubishi Ichigokan Museum, Tokyo
    walk8 mins

    Mitsubishi Ichigokan
    Museum, Tokyo

    This museum in Marunouchi, Tokyo, opened in the spring of 2010, in the Marunouchi BRICK SQUARE. Three time a year, a rotating exhibit featuring modern art is held at this location.

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  • Edo Tokyo Musen
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    Edo Tokyo Museum

    A unique museum where you can learn the history of Tokyo from Edo period to today, through elaborately made exhibitions. The realistic diorama of Edo town takets you back in time to Edo period.

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Shopping

  • Tokyu Plaza Ginza
    walk1 mins

    Tokyu Plaza Ginza

    A retail facility in Ginza with the newest trends and excellence in taste, created with the concept of "Creative Japan ~ From here, the world becomes interesting ~". The 13 floors are filled with a wide variety of shops offering quality goods.

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  • Tokyo Midtown
    walk4 mins

    Tokyo Midtown

    A large sized multi-purpose complex which opened in March, 2018. 60 distinctive businesses such as restaurants, shops and a cinema fill the structure from the basement up to the 7th floor. The 6th floor terrace offers a view of Hibiya park and the outer gardens of the Imperial palace.

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  • Kyukyodo
    walk5 mins

    Kyukyodo

    Established in 1663 as a retailer of incense, stationery and washi (traditional Japanese paper) products. Inside the store, many functional yet playful products with a Japanese theme fill the limited space. Picture postcards and Japanese trinkets from this shop are popular gift items.

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  • Ginza Mitsukoshi
    walk6 mins

    Ginza Mitsukoshi

    After a major overhaul in 2015, this department store continues to be a trendsetter for Japan and the world. In addition to shops which provide the newest trends, the 9th floor has a terrace garden and shrine, making it a location to relax in Ginza.

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  • Matsuya Ginza
    walk7 mins

    Matsuya Ginza

    Opening their doors in 1925, a department store that deals only with the best products, with a large selection of luxurious goods for women in their 30s and 40s.

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  • GINZA SIX
    walk7 mins

    GINZA SIX

    A retail complex of the largest scale in Ginza which opened in 2017, with over 200 shops and ground breaking art works displayed throughout the facility.

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  • Ginza Itoya
    walk9 mins

    Ginza Itoya

    An office supply store which portrays the feeling of "a new value, one step ahead". Expressing the values that a person holds, through office supplies that everybody is familiar with. Office supplies for a beautiful and creative age.

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Travel Time

  • Tsukiji5 mins
  • Tsukishima5 mins
  • Akihabara6 mins
  • Harajuku/Omotesando10 mins
  • Roppongi10 mins
  • Shinjuku15 mins
  • Shibuya15 mins
  • Ryogoku15 mins
  • Asakusa20 mins
  • TOKYO SKYTREESM20 mins
  • Odaiba25 mins
  • MaihamaTokyo Disney Resort30 mins
  • Kawagoe60 mins
  • Kamakura60 mins
  • Hakone80 mins
  • Nikko140 mins
  • Mt. Fuji150 mins
  • Kyoto160 mins
  • Osaka180 mins

2-2-3 Yurakucho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0006, Japan / +81-3-6263-8233

2-2-3 Yurakucho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0006, Japan / +81-3-6263-8233

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