Location

Local Attractions

Asakusa

Asakusa

For centuries, Asakusa has been a center of urban life for ordinary people in Tokyo. This lively quarter, which retains a feel of old Edo, is very …

Akihabara

Akihabara

Akihabara is well-known as a sprawling district full of shops selling PCs, electrical appliances, electronic components, and other products. …

Ginza

Ginza

The exclusive shopping district where land is more expensive than anywhere else in …

Shinjuku

Shinjuku

Shinjuku is a vibrant district with many different faces. If you go out the West Exit of Shinjuku Station, you can see the impressive Tokyo …

Hama Rikyu

Hama Rikyu

A typical feudal lord’s garden from the Edo period, that contains seawater ponds and two former duck hunting grounds. Seawater ponds change with …

Odaiba

Odaiba

A new hotspot on the Tokyo seaside. There are many attractions at Odaiba, including Odaiba Kaihin Koen (seaside park), Shiokaze Koen (park), …

Roppongi/Roppongi Hills

Roppongi/Roppongi Hills

This area is home to one of the best entertainment districts in Tokyo, as well as the business developments of Roppongi Hills, Tokyo Midtown, Izumi …

Shiba Daijingu Shrine

Shiba Daijingu Shrine

According to shrine records, this is one of the oldest shrines dedicated to a branch deity of the Ise Shrine during the mid-Heian …

Tokyo Tower

Tokyo Tower

Tokyo Tower, symbol of …

Water Bus

Water Bus

A tourist boat that cruises from Odaiba to Asakusa and other …

Zojoji Temple

Zojoji Temple

A historic temple that was the family temple of the Tokugawa dynasty. There are many traditional structures in the temple …