Japanese Restaurant, Tokyo
Nihonbashi has prospered as the center of Japanese distribution and culture from Edo period.
Nihonbashimuromachi Hounen Manpuku is a Japanese-style restaurant that reappears the kura storehouse of Edo period along Nihonbashi river.
1-8-6 Nihonbashimuromachi,Chuo-ku, Tokyo
CALL : 81-3-5786-0026Dinner Time
・Week Day｜17:00 to 23:00
・Week End｜17:00 to 22:00Lunch Time
・11:00 to 14:30【Google Map】
Chiyada-ku, TokyoTokyo Station
Tokyo Station is a railway station in the Marunouchi business district of Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan,
near the Imperial Palace grounds and the Ginza commercial district.
Served by Shinkansen high-speed rail lines, Tokyo Station is the main intercity rail terminal in Tokyo.
CALL : 81-50-2016-1603【Google Map】www.jreast.co.jp
Senso-ji is Tokyo's oldest temple. Known affectionately to people all over Japan as the temple of the Asakusa Kannon, it draws some 30 million visitors every year, remaining an important center of worship.
2-3-1 Asakusa Taitou-ku, Tokyo
CALL : 81-3-3842-0181【Google Map】www.senso-ji.jp
Sumida-ku, TokyoTokyo Skytree
TOKYO SKYTREE is designed in an original color, "SKYTREE White", representing harmony with the surrounding scenery, its name and the design concept: "The creation of city scenery transcending
time: A fusion of traditional Japanese beauty and neo-futuristic design".
1-1-2 Oshiage, Sumida-ku, Tokyo
CALL : 81-570-55-0634【Google Map】www.tokyo-skytree.jp
Ameyoko Shopping StreetAmeyoko
This discount shopping street, famous throughout Japan for its wide variety of products, is centered in
the area under the railway line from JR Ueno Station to Okachimachi Station. The street is full of all kinds
of shops selling fresh fish, clothes, dried goods, precious metals and imported goods.
Immediate access from JR Okachimachi Station
or JR Ueno Station【Google Map】
The place to go for your computer or Internet needs. This is also a district for subcultures of interest to
anime fans the world over.
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo【Google Map】
Sumo Town, Sumida-kuRyogoku Kokugikan
Ryogoku Kokugikan is a venue for contests in Japan's national sport, sumo. Three of the six official sumo tournaments that take place nationwide each year are held here, in January, May, and September.
1-3-28 Yokoduna, Sumida-ku, Tokyo
CALL : 81-3-3623-5111【Google Map】www.sumo.or.jp
Tokyo Imperial PalaceImperial Palace
The Imperial Palace with its grounds is located on the site of the former residential palace of the successive Tokugawa Shoguns in the Edo Period. Following the Meiji Restoration in 1868, Emperor Meiji moved here from Kyoto which had been the imperial capital for more than a thousand years.
The Imperial Palace is a 10 minute walk from Tokyo Station.
CALL : 81-3-3213-1111【Google Map】http://sankan.kunaicho.go.jp/english/
Chuo-ku, TokyoTsukiji Fish Market
Tokyo Central Wholesale Market handled 787,782 tons (2,888 tons a day) of marine products, 748 billion yen (2.8 billion yen a day) total in 1993. Some 450 kinds of fish are received. Tsukiji is one of the biggest markets in the world.
1-8-16 Nihonbashimuromachi,Chuo-ku, Tokyo【Google Map】www.tsukiji-market.or.jp
Shopping Area, GourmetOdaiba
Odaiba is a popular shopping and entertainment district on a man made island in Tokyo Bay.
One of the must-visit tourist destinations in Tokyo right now. Opening onto the waterfront, Odaiba is very popular with families and couples.
Decks Tokyo Beach
DiverCity Tokyo Plaza
Oedo Onsen Monogatari
National Museum of Emerging Science
Palette Town【Google Map】www.tokyo-odaiba.net
Minato-ku, TokyoTokyo Tower
This 333 meter tall radio tower was built in 1958. There is an observation platform at 150 meters and a special observation platform at 250 meters. The way it is illuminated at night changes by season and for events.
4-2-8 Shiba Park, Minato-ku, Tokyo
CALL : 81-3-3433-5111【Google Map】www.tokyotower.co.jp
The many stylish commercial complexes and restaurants make this a must see sightseeing spot.
Many visitors from overseas come to Roppongi, giving it an international ambiance.
From Tokyo Station
15 minutes, 170 yen by Marunouchi and
Hibiya Subway Lines via Kasumigaseki Station.【Google Map】
Shopping Area, GourmetShibuya
A youth district full of kawaii (cute) Japanese products. Famous places include the all-time favorite meeting place, the Hachiko statue, and the “Shibuya Scramble Crossing.”【Google Map】
Shibuya Tourist Information Centerhttp://shibuyakukanko.jp.e.ea.hp.transer.com
Shopping Area, GourmetHarajuku
You can enjoy the best of both worlds in these locations. Harajuku, a hotbed of youth culture, with its affordable, fashionable items and Omotesando, which has a more mature atmosphere, with its rows of designer boutiques.
Famous Streets：Takeshita Dori, Omotesando
Shopping：Omotesando Hills, LaForet
Other Attractions：Meiji Shrine, Yoyogi Park【Google Map】
Shopping Area, GourmetShinjuku
This charming, diverse district centered around Shinjuku Station, which serves the most passengers in Japan, includes the shopping area of the East Exit and the business area of the West Exit.
Districts：Shinjuku Skyscraper District, Kabukicho
Attractions and Parks：Shinjuku Gyoen
Department Stores：Isetan, Takashimaya【Google Map】