Videos in Tokyo


A Tour of Asakusa (Old and New Japan)

Meiji Jingu Shrine

Feel the mystical energy of the Meiji Shrine


Find everything from idols to electronics in Akihabara


Shopping in the neighborhood where the “Kawaii” culture began


Shibuya, Tokyo's Youth Center

Tokyo Tower

End your day at Tokyo Tower and enjoy the amazing view


At Golden Gai in Shinjuku, experience the atmosphere of Japan’s olden days

Ueno Park

A park filled with cherry blossom trees, museums, and a zoo

Imperial Palace

Take a refreshing moment in the greenery of the Imperial Palace

Tokyo Skytree

A 360 degree landscape from Japan’s Tallest Tower

Tsukiji Outer Market

Find the freshest ingredients in Japan’s famous kitchen


Enjoy shopping for made in Japan goods


Get a glimpse of old Japan in Yanaka with its 70 temples


Odaiba is one of Tokyo’s most entertainment filled places. It’s full of fun from morning to evening.

Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden

Enjoy nature at Tokyo’s version of Central Park in the middle of the city

Sensoji Temple

Get a glimpse of Japanese culture at Sensoji Temple, the oldest temple in Tokyo, and Nakamise-dori with its many shops


A downtown area which has everything from fashion and entertainment to subculture


Get a taste of the extraordinary in Roppongi, an urban artistic area.


Kagurazaka still has the atmosphere of the entertainment district from the good old days. Take a stroll along the stone-paved roads and find a restaur...

Shibuya Crossing

The crossing in front of Shibuya Station is a landmark of the area. On weekends, 3000 people cross it at once.

Tokyo Government Building

See the night view of Tokyo for free! Relax and enjoy a glass of wine served 202 meters above ground, in the Tokyo Government Building.

Don Quijote Akihabara

The Mecca of subculture and an Akihabara landmark

Shinjuku Golden Gai (Golden Street)

Shinjuku’s back street. 200 bars and restaurants are filled into a maze of narrow streets.

Robot Restaurant

An incredible 90-minute experience with robots, tanks, and fighters


It’s not just for shopping and dining. There are plenty of amusement facilities including a casino.


A trendy area. A neighborhood where you can encounter cutting-edge fashion and various other items

Yodobashi Akiba

A multiple facility filled with specialty shops and restaurants to be enjoyed by the entire family

Shibuya Center Gai

A shopping street where the youth gather. It’s just beyond the famous scramble intersection of Shibuya


A very low-priced market where you can find everything from foods to miscellaneous goods

Rainbow Bridge

The landmark of the Tokyo waterfront. The night view is spectacular!

Asakusa Samba Carnival

An exciting samba parade with dazzling costumes and impressive dancing

Owl-no-Mori (Forest of Owl)

A café where you can enjoy cute owls to your heart’s content

Roppongi Hills

An example of an urban multipurpose complex, Roppongi Hills has plenty of services for people to enjoy with their children.

Tokyo Camii & Turkish Culture Center

A beautiful mosque in Japan where you can feel the culture of Turkey

Sumida Aquarium

Enjoy the view at Skytree and then enjoy the world of the sea at Solamachi.

Yasukuni Shrine

A shrine dedicated to the war dead which is also a famous place for cherry blossoms. The festival stalls are a must-see.

Suginami Animation Museum

A museum where you can learn and experience about anime, an art form that is enjoyed across generations

Shinjuku Expressway Bus Terminal (Busta Shinjuku)

Japan’s largest bus terminal with access from Tokyo to 39 prefectures

Edo Tokyo Museum

A museum where you can thoroughly learn about Edo and Tokyo

Arashio Sumo Stable

Witness the practice of sumo wrestlers tackling each other so amazing that you’ll lose track of time


Kappabashi, the Kingdom of Cooking. Japan’s No. 1 street for kitchen utensils

Koishikawa Korakuen Garden

The feeling of a lord at the most fashionable garden in the Edo Era, Koishikawa Korakuen Garden

Haneda Airport Terminal 2

The story behind the evolution of Haneda Airport. Enjoy a good time at the airport as recreation.

Tokyo Joypolis

Experience the digital at the nation’s largest indoor theme park

Tokyu Hands, Shibuya branch

The huge home center with all of your household needs


Sugamo is a friendly neighborhood for regular folks which retains the atmosphere of the good ol’ days.

Tokyo Midtown

Tokyo Midtown, a mix of art, people and nature


An automobile theme park where everyone from children to adults will “see, ride and feel”

Ganso Shokuhin Sample-ya

What artistry! A shop specializing in food samples that look exactly like the real thing


Yurakucho is a place for adults, that is both reasonable and expensive. Enjoy it as much as you like.

Kamata Hakensha

A cutlery shop with 90 years of experience specializing in sharpening techniques passed down over the decades

Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum

The old architecture from the Edo to Showa Eras preserved. Feel the old times of Japan from their building

Tokyo Ramen Street

A ramen battle site with famous ramen shops all in a row

Jingu-Gaien Fireworks Festival

A collaboration that brings together entertainment and 10,000 fireworks lighting up the sky over Tokyo

@home Café

At @home Café, maids will welcome their masters and mistresses home

National Museum of Nature and Science

Past and modern science of world-leading Japan can be found in this museum

Sanja Matsuri (Sanja Festival)

A thrilling festival of Asakusa tradition with vigorous shouts accompanying the parade of mikoshi through the streets

Tokyo Solamachi

Tokyo Solamachi, a new shitamachi. A place where you can get limited-edition goods as souvenirs sparkling with craftsmanship.


A delicately designed garden is truly a work of art. Landscapes of every season allow visitors the luxury of experiencing through all five senses the...


It’s not enough to merely see it! This is an exhibition space where you can find, touch and discover.

Tokyo Game Show

The biggest event gathering the latest technology of the video game industry!


Ryogoku is the place for sumo. See the full intensity of the sumo wrestlers (rikishi) up close!

Comic Market (Comiket)

Your source for the sub-cultures of Japanese manga, anime and games

The National Art Center

There are no collections here. This is the new National Art Center

Haneda International Passenger Terminal

The rejuvenated airport is not just for catching flights anymore

Tokyo National Museum

The history of Japan flows from its cultural properties. Knowing about the history will also increase your interest.

Tokyo Station

The terminus representing Japan, Tokyo Station is tops in the nation for scale and beauty.

Omotesando Hills

A landmark of Omotesando broadcasting the fashion and culture of Japan

Tokyo Art Aquarium

A limited time underwater art exhibition to enhance the beauty of goldfish through light and video

Sunshine Aquarium

An aquarium on top of a skyscraper with the theme of a sky oasis


Tokyo, Japan’s capital city, is the metropolis that never sleeps where cutting-edge culture and old traditions cross.

The National Museum of Western Art Tokyo

A permanent exhibition is just one of the attractions. This is a national museum of art singularly devoted to the exhibition of Western art


Time travel to the Edo Era just 10 minutes away on foot from modern Shinagawa Station!?

National Diet Building

Experience the grand center of Japanese politics

Neko no Iru Kyukeisho Ni-Kyu-Kyu (Cat Café 299)

A cat café where you can leisurely relax with some cute kitties

Samurai Museum

Feel the samurai spirit in TOKYO! A museum with plenty of attractions

Nishirokugo Park (Tire Park)

A park with amusements made from old tires including a giant monster and a robot