Must See Spots in Tokyo

Asakusa

  Senso-ji Temple Senso-ji Temple, the oldest temple located in Tokyo, and Nakamise-dori connecting the Kaminarimon entrance to the main hall,...

Akihabara

Akihabara Electric Town Akihabara has gained a widespread reputation as Japan’s largest area for electronics. Taking advantage of the period of...

Tokyo Skytree

  Tokyo Skytree Tokyo Skytree was constructed in 2012 and since then, it has become a new symbol for Tokyo. Not only does it serve a functional...

Tsukiji Outer Market

A market buzzing with activity and presence Tsukiji Market is the world’s largest when it comes to the amounts transacted in seafood. As a fis...

Hamarikyu

A feudal lord garden designed with creative ideas and arrangements During the Edo period (1603 – 1868), feudal lords across Japan had second h...

Sensoji Temple

  Sensoji at the centre of the Edo Period culture During the Edo period, Sensoji Temple was used as the main temple of prayer for the Tokugawa...

Tsukiji Fish Market

Tsukiji Fish Market Tsukiji is one of the world’s greatest fish markets in a nation whose fisheries industry is irreplaceable for the Japanese...

Chidori-ga-fuchi

The moat surrounding the Imperial Palace is a famous place for cherry blossoms   This area has a moat which surrounds the Imperial Palace. Part of...

Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum

Go back in time to the old era of Japan The Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum that was first opened in 1993 is an open-air museum that is locat...

Sanja Matsuri (Sanja Festival)

The history of the Sanja Festival The origins of the Sanja Festival lay with the Hinokuma brothers who discovered a statue of the Bodhisattva Kannon...

Ryogoku

Enjoy sumo in Ryogoku In the Edo Era, Ryogoku became an area comparable to Ueno and Asakusa due to the development of Ryogoku Bridge. Sumo started t...

Tsukiji Market Tuna Auction Tour

The incredible live auctions As the kitchen for Japan, Tsukiji Market has about 40,000 people working daily. Boasting the world’s largest amou...

Sanno Festival (Tokyo)

Hie Shrine’s great annual festival safeguarded by Edo Castle The Sanno Festival has a history which began from the Edo Era, and is said to be o...

Shinjuku Kabukicho