Harajuku

Shopping in the neighborhood where the “Kawaii” culture began

Daiso Harajuku Store

Daiso, specializing in 100-yen shops, has made inroads overseas. The Japanese products that have been perfect as souvenirs are very popular with forei...

Omotesando Hills

With notable Japanese brands, brands with a high sense of fashion inside and out of Japan, and popular cafés and restaurants, this is a commercial fac...

Meiji Jingu Shrine

Meiji Shrine is located in the Shibuya district of Tokyo. A large number of visitors from all over Japan come for “hatsumode” or the first shrine visi...

Omotesando

A sophisticated sense of high class engulfs the pedestrians walking there. From the main street to the back streets, there is a variety of shops. Even...

Yoyogi Park

An urban park that has been loved for years as a daily resting area for Tokyo citizens which holds concerts and many events. If you’re tired of the ci...

NHK Studio Park

At the Japanese national broadcaster’s NHK Studio Park, you can find out about the production studio for TV programs. You can look at live broadcasts...

Blue Note Tokyo

Top-caliber artists centering around jazz perform on stage within the relaxing environment of Blue Note Tokyo where you can also enjoy delicious dishe...

Tokyu Hands, Shibuya branch

The store is filled with a lineup that includes outdoor goods, craft supplies, and other goods and equipment. It is focused on household products but...

Shibuya

The famous intersection in Shibuya is the busiest in the world. Everyday, about 500,000 people cross this intersection. Besides shopping and the cuisi...

Shibuya Center Gai

Center Gai, a place where the young get together, is right next to the famous crossing in Shibuya. There are stores for the youth lining the narrow s...

Shibuya Crossing

Shibuya is the neighborhood where fashion buildings are built in close distance and advertisements are shown on giant LCD screens. The main intersecti...

Jingu-Gaien Fireworks Festival

Starting from Jingu-Gaien Park, the fireworks festival that takes place from 4 sites is a sight to behold as a collaboration between big-name guests a...

Nezu Museum

Nezu Museum is located in the fashionable and refined neighborhood of Minami-Aoyama. Don’t just go to see the famous collection of old Asian art but a...

Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden

The word “gyoen” means a garden for the Imperial family. It’s only a 10 minute walk from JR Shinjuku Station (South Exit). So, this quiet and lush gar...

Shinjuku Expressway Bus Terminal (Busta Shinjuku)

A transportation terminal centering on the expressway bus boarding area directly connected to JR Shinjuku Station, Busta Shinjuku is Japan’s largest b...

The National Art Center

The fifth National Art Center to be established in Japan is a huge exhibition space of 14,000㎡. It is filled with things to see with several special...

Shinjuku

Golden Gai in Shinjuku, which is situated in the middle of a commercial district, has recently become very popular with foreign tourists. You can expe...

Roppongi

Roppongi had the image of a nighttime entertainment district for adults, but recently it has changed into a modern area. It has become a place to show...

21_21 DESIGN SIGHT

An exhibition space that was designed by Tadao Ando, one of Japan’s prominent architects. There are many exhibitions focusing on design which can be e...

Tokyo Government Building

Shinjuku is one of the most bustling districts in Tokyo. The view of Shinjuku has changed dramatically with the emergence of skyscrapers. Enjoy the dy...