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Tokyo Skytree®

Tokyo Skytree, the world's tallest observation tower at a height of 634 meters, is one of the most popular tourist spots in Tokyo today. It stands tall in the middle of Tokyo Skytree Town®, a giant shopping and entertainment center.

Senso-ji Temple

Senso-ji Temple is known as Asakusa Kan'non. The statue of Kan'non Bosatsu, the Bodhisattva of compassion, is housed in the altar located at the center of the inner sanctuary of the main hall. You can pay a visit during the day when the main hall is open.

Kappabashi Dogu Street

Kappabashi Dogu Street is a shopping street, where you can find pots, plates, cooking utensils, and fun plastic food samples often seen at the entrance of restaurants in Japan. Kappabashi Dogu Street is very popular because it has a wide variety of high quality products.


The name Akihabara is now world famous. More than 250 electrical appliance and electronic shops of all sizes are located in a small area. The shop assistants have a wealth of knowledge and are able to answer all sorts of questions. Many of them speak English.

5minutes by Train

The Imperial Palace

The Imperial Palace is in Chiyoda Ward, Tokyo, and contains the Gosho residence of the Emperor and Empress, and the Kyuden main palace for various events. It is the former Edo castle. The castle was designated as the Imperial Palace in 1868, making Tokyo the location of the palace in place of Kyoto, the location of the palace for more than 1,000 years.

30minutes by Train


A world-renowned shopping district,Ginza is a fascinating place where the latest trends and the oldest traditions meet. It encompasses an area from 1-Chome (block) to 8-Chome, where well-established Japanese shops and famous brand name shops from around the world stand side by side on Chuo-dori, the district's main street, Namiki-dori which runs parallel to Chuo-dori, Suzuran-dori and other streets.

25minutes by Train

Tokyo Tower

Tokyo tower is a radio tower which is one of the most popular sightseeing spots in Tokyo. It is 332.6m high and is the highest self-standing iron tower in the world. From the observation decks, you can enjoy a panoramic view of Tokyo metropolitan area.

23minutes by Train


The Roppongi district is filled with popular nightspots packed with visitors from abroad. There are also many international restaurants, so it should be easy to find something to suit your taste. Two popular attractions in Roppongi are Roppongi Hills and Tokyo Midtown.

30minutes by Train


Shinjuku is the center of Tokyo culture.One of the district's landmarks is the Tokyo Metroporitan Government Building, the center of Tokyo's administration. The vicinity of the station's East Exit is full of busting streets such as Kabuki-cho and shopping areas such as department stores and large-scale stores.

30minutes by Train

Asakusa Shrine

Asakusa Shrine is loved and called "Sanja-sama (shrine of the three gods)." It is dedicated to and nicknamed after the three men who founded the Senso-ji Temple, Haji-no-Matsuchi, Hinokuma-no-Hamanari, and his brother, Hinokuma-no-Takenari.

Asakusa Engei Hall

Asakusa Engei Hall is well-known to offer fun performances such as rakugo, (classic Japanese art of storytelling), manzai, (Japanese-style double act stand-up comedy), and impersonation. A lot of star comedians have been born at the hall. It has two shows daily at 11:00 a.m. and 4:40 p.m. You can stay and see the both shows with one ticket if you want!

Funayado Tsurishin

Funayado Tsurishin offers a roofed pleasure boat cruise departing from its dock by the Umayabashi Bridge. Enjoy delicious seasonal Japanese dishes such as popular monkfish hot pot in winter during the cruise.

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