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  • Tsukiji Fish Market

  • Landmarks & Historical Places ( Tsukiji )
  • Tsukiji is not only Japan’s biggest seafood market but also the world’s biggest one. While there are divisions that specialize in fruits and vegetables, Tsukiji’s main focus is on everything tha...
  • Tokyo Midtown

  • Shopping Malls, Landmarks & Historical Places, Architecture ( Roppongi )
  • Tokyo Midtown opened its doors in 2007 and is a mixed-use development in Roppongi. The main tower has important companies as its tenants, such as Yahoo, Fuji Xerox, a clinic by Johns Hopkins Hospital ...
  • Roppongi Hills

  • Shopping Malls, Landmarks & Historical Places, Architecture ( Roppongi )
  • Roppongi Hills is a mixed-use development that opened its doors in 2003, with prestigious tennants like Goldman Sachs, Yahoo! and TV Asahi. The main tower and adjoining buildings house designer boutiq...
  • The Tokyo Metropolitan Government Buildi...

  • Night View Spots, Landmarks & Historical Places, Architecture ( Shinjuku )
  • For a fantastic view of Tokyo and, on a clear day, Mount Fuji, take the special elevator up to the 45th floor of the Tokyo Metropolitan Building (ie. Town Hall) in West-Shinjuku. The Metropolitain bu...
  • Omoide Yokocho: Shinjuku

  • Yakitori, Landmarks & Historical Places ( Shinjuku )
  • Omoide Yokocho preserves the feeling of the 1950s, when the area was a black market and food stalls were abundant. This small alley is full of yakitori bars serving beer, sake and chicken. Great atmos...
  • National Diet Building

  • Landmarks & Historical Places ( Tameikesanno )
  • Three buildings that stand at the center of Japanese politics are side by side in the heart of Tokyo: to the left the House of Representatives, to the right the House of Councilors and in the middle ...
  • Omotesando Hills

  • Shopping Malls, Landmarks & Historical Places, Architecture ( Harajuku )
  • Omotesando Hills is a luxurious shopping mall and residential space in Aoyama. Tadao Ando is the architect, who is best known for his use of natural light and because the buildings adapt to the landsc...
  • Tokyo Stock Market

  • Landmarks & Historical Places ( Nihombashi )
  • The Tokyo Stock Exchange is the biggest stock market in Japan. Commonly known as Tosho or TSE, the whole world watches the ups and downs of the thousands of shares and bond transactions that take pla...
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  • St.Mary's Cathedral

  • Churches-Catholic, Landmarks & Historical Places, Architecture ( Waseda )
  • St. Mary's Cathedral is run by the Tokyo Korean Catholic Church. Sunday mass is held at noon and is in Korean. The building dates back to 1899, but was destroyed and replaced in 1964 with the current ...
  • Nikko

  • Landmarks & Historical Places, Temples, Shrines ( Kita-Senju )
  • Nikko is home to a spectacular complex of shrines and temples which together are a World Heritage Site and the impressive Nikko National Park, with good views and hiking trails. It can be reached in u...
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  • Keio University Mita Campus

  • Food Courts, Landmarks & Historical Places ( Azabu-juban )
  • This has been the main site of Keio University since it was moved in 1871 from the site of Yukichi Fukuzawa's private school for Dutch studies, founded in 1858. The gothic, red-brick library built in ...
  • Tokyo International Forum

  • Architecture, Landmarks & Historical Places ( Tokyo Station )
  • The Tokyo International Forum is one of Japan's largest convention and cultural centers. It is home to halls that can seat 5,000 people, restaurants, theatres, convention space, etc. The building was ...
  • Hakone

  • Landmarks & Historical Places ( Machida )
  • One of the most popular weekend getaways from Tokyo, Hakone offers hot springs, art galleries and museums, and abundant nature.
  • Sankeien

  • Japanese Gardens, Landmarks & Historical Places ( Yokohama )
  • One of Yokohama's major tourist attractions, this traditional Japanese landscape garden houses a collection of well-preserved Edo era buildings.
  • Marunouchi Building

  • Shopping Malls, Landmarks & Historical Places, Architecture ( Tokyo Station )
  • The Marunouchi Building (often shortened to Maru-Biru) is at the heart of the urban renewal around Tokyo station. The two towers have brought new life to Tokyo station, with a great many shops, world-...
  • Tokyo Tower

  • Night View Spots, Landmarks & Historical Places ( Azabu-juban )
  • Tokyo Tower was completed in 1958 and stands at 333 meters high. There are two platforms at 150 meters and 250 meters from where you can enjoy a panoramic view of the city. On clear days, you can see ...
  • Tokyo University

  • Landmarks & Historical Places ( Ueno )
  • Tokyo University is Japan’s most prestigious post-secondary institution and a world leader in several fields. Its graduates include politicians, scientists, writers and entrepreneurs that have gone ...
  • Kabukiza

  • Theaters, Landmarks & Historical Places ( Ginza )
  • The Kabukiza theater is over 100 years old, and is one of the most emblematic theaters of Japan. The architecture reflects the high standing of the theater. Kabuki plays change every month, with two s...
  • Akasaka Sacas

  • Landmarks & Historical Places, Architecture ( Akasaka )
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