Asakusa

A Tour of Asakusa (Old and New Japan)

Sanja Matsuri (Sanja Festival)

Asakusa’s Sanja Festival boasting 700 years of history. Mikoshi (portable shrines) and floats are pulled through the streets while loud shouts accompa...

Maiko geisha oiran henshindokoro Cocomo

The venue provides a variety of kimono for rent, to wear and walk around the town of Asakusa. They have several plans, including one that includes Mai...

Tokyo Water Bus

There are many tourist spots along the Arakawa and Sumida Rivers. Moving by train is fine, but how about going by water bus while viewing the scenery...

Sensoji Temple

Sensoji Temple is Tokyo’s oldest temple. Surrounding the main temple is a 5-story pagoda, as well as various shops along Nakamise-dori street leading...

Asakusa Samba Carnival

Top teams gathering from all over Japan take part in a genuine samba dance contest competing for top scores. Enjoy this samba carnival which is said t...

Asakusa Hanayashiki

An amusement park that has been loved for decades with Japan’s oldest existing roller coaster. An atmospheric place that has melted into the streets o...

Edo Tokyo Museum

Edo refers to the former name for Tokyo. It is at the Edo Tokyo Museum where various documents relating to the culture of the Edo period and Tokyo’s h...

Kamata Hakensha

On Kappabashi Street which is famous for kitchen goods, there is Kamata Hakensha, a shop which specializes in cutlery. With a large stock of over 800...

Ganso Shokuhin Sample-ya

Iwasaki Co. Ltd which pioneered the food samples that are displayed in restaurant storefronts now has cuter and smaller versions on display. The class...

Kappabashi

Kappabashi is the street located between Ueno and Asakusa with shops dealing in cookware. With over 100 years of history, customers from all over Japa...

Sky Duck

Get on the Sky Duck amphibious bus for a tour of Tokyo Sky Tree and other famous sites. Look forward to the thrill of heading straight into the river...

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...

Sumida Aquarium

Sumida Aquarium, which is located in the shopping mall at Tokyo Skytree, has been highly praised for its art-like beautiful exhibits as an urban aquar...

Tokyo Solamachi

The commercial complex of Tokyo Solamachi opened in May 2012 together with Tokyo Sky Tree. Its 312 shops always provide the latest information while r...

Tokyo Skytree

In 2012, the Tokyo Skytree took the place of the Tokyo Tower, which had been Tokyo’s main radio tower since 1958. The Tokyo Skytree has received recog...

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...

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...

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 National Museum

Japan’s oldest national museum has a collection of 110,000 items including 89 National Treasures and 639 Important Cultural Properties. Experience the...

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...