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Nezu Shrine is said to have been established over 1,900 years ago and the Edo-era style architecture is designated as a nationally Important Cultural Property.
One of Japan's first parks, this central Tokyo 133-acre park contains various facilities such as museums and art museums, small lakes with boats for rent (row boats, cycle boats and swan boats), a zoo and more. Ueno Park is a popular destination for visitors f
A Japanese treat called Ichigo Daifuku is this store's specialty. Ichigo is Japanese for strawberry and Daifuku is a mochi treat usually filled with anko, a red bean paste, but here a strawberry is added. Literally translated, the kanji for Daifuku mean "great
Tama Sushi (Tsukiji)
Tama Sushi is a long-established chain of sushi restaurants in Japan. This one in Tsukiji was the first to open its doors in 1924. They take great pride in their sushi and are careful to keep old traditions alive. However, they have also realised that to survi
Aritsugu (Tsukiji Main Store)
This shop is known for the high-quality chef's knives they have on offer. All knives are hand-crafted and made with great care and attention to detail. The staff in the shop will gladly help visitors pick a knife that fits their needs in the kitchen. As most o
Cat Street in Omotesando is a pedestrianised road lined with many fashionable shops, boutiques, cafes and snack spots.
Nakamise Shopping Street
The Nakamise Shoten-gai or shopping street is a popular shopping area with food stands as well as novelty and souvenir shops.
The symbol of Asakusa, Sensoji Temple is known as the oldest temple in Tokyo, founded in 628 after two fishermen hauled up a small golden statue of Bodhisattva Kannon from the Sumida River and despite trying to get rid of it, it kept surfacing in their nets, s
Shibuya station's Hachiko Gate leads out towards the famous Shibuya Crossing and to the statue of Hachiko, the dog who waited patiently at this station for its deceased owner for many years.
Tokyu Hands (Shinjuku)
Tokyu Hands is a chain of department stores dotted around Tokyo, selling a variety of hardware goods, arts and craft supplies, and many other types of products.
Shibuya Crossing is one of the most famous spots in Tokyo. It is located just outside the Hachiko exit of Shibuya station.
Pokemon Center Mega Tokyo
Pokemon Center Mega Tokyo is a Pokemon specialty store located in the Eastern part of Ikebukuro. The store contains many Pokemon related goods, card games and limited edition merchandise.
Mandarake Complex (Akihabara)
Mandarake Complex is a 8-storey shop selling used mangas, figurines and video games.
Shibuya 109 is a women's fashion mall and a true landmark of the Shibuya area. Its brother, the 109 Men's mall, is located just on the other side of the street.
The Rainbow Bridge crosses over Tokyo Bay between Shibaura Pier and Odaiba. At night, the bridge is illuminated using solar power. It also has a walkway which you can use at certain times during the day.
Gundam Front Tokyo
Gundam Front Tokyo is an anime theme shop and theme park located inside Diver City Mall in Odaiba. Just outside is a life-sized Gundam statue that has daily shows. The free area is opened until 21:00.