Akihabara

Find everything from idols to electronics in Akihabara

Yodobashi Akiba

Beginning with the multimedia Yodobashi with all of its household electronics, there is also a wide variety of establishments such as a bookstore and...

Don Quijote Akihabara

Don Quijote is a discount store with a wide lineup of products including daily goods, food, medical items and brand-name products. It is also famous f...

Owl-no-Mori (Forest of Owl)

Spend a relaxing time in a café where you can encounter up to 30 owls. Children are of course welcome. You can meet rare species and some of the world...

@home Café

@home Café is Akihabara’s first maid café. Maids warmly greet their masters and mistresses, and there you can take a souvenir photo with the maid of y...

The Kanda Festival

Peerless in both The Three Great Festivals of Japan and The Three Great Festivals of Edo, the Kanda Festival boasts a 1300-year history. The festival...

Kanda

Kanda is the town for Edokko who live that stylish life while treasuring both the old and new. The Kanda Festival celebrates the area.

Ameyoko(Ameya-Yokochō)

After the war, Ameyoko, was a place indispensable for survival even though it was called a black market. It’s the closest shopping district in Tokyo f...

Tokyo Art Aquarium

Held every year between July and September, this is a vividly colored art exhibition specializing on goldfish as created by artist Hidetomo Kimura

Ueno Park

Ueno Park is a park full of culture and art. Popular art presentations and other famous exhibitions are held here. You enjoy the turning of the season...

University of Tokyo

In addition to the historical buildings, the University of Tokyo’s Hongo Campus has some beautiful nature spreading out. Tourists can leisurely take a...

The National Museum of Western Art Tokyo

This is a museum that was constructed to answer Japan’s ability to introduce Western art. It is filled with works from a personal collection centering...

Arashio Sumo Stable

The practice at the sumo stable starts early in the morning when everything is still dark. You can observe and appreciate from up close the sight of y...

Ueno Zoo

Japan’s first zoo. The giant panda is particularly popular but the interior of the zoo with its lush greenery preserving nature and scenery in the mid...

Ryogoku

Encountering the many wrestlers during a sumo tournament in Tokyo feels like you’ve slipped back in time to the Edo Era. You can see their lifestyle a...

Tokyo Dome City

You can enjoy watching sports, an amusement park, restaurants, a spa and a hotel within the same area. Tokyo Dome City is a general amusement facility...

National Museum of Nature and Science

This is a national museum pursuing natural history and science. Let’s avidly learn about science under the theme of “Human Beings in Coexistence with...

Tokyo Ramen Street

Ramen can be said to be the national dish of Japan. Compare the different types of ramen at very popular restaurants at Tokyo Station with easy access...

The Imperial Palace East Gardens

The Imperial Palace East Gardens is a historical park located to the east of the Imperial Palace. It reminds you Central Park in New York. Although it...

Kokugikan

Sumo is the national sport of Japan, beloved for a long 1500 years. While feeling the excitement and enthusiasm for traditional competition, head for...

Nihonbashi

Nihonbashi has been Japan’s premier economic center since the Edo Era. While stores of long standing continue to thrive, new establishments have appea...