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ODAIBA SEASIDE PARK

Enjoy a walk on the quiet beach, feeling the gentle sea breeze. Climb up to the observatory, for a magnificent view that covers the Rainbow Bridge and Fuji T…

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KOISHIKAWA KORAKUEN GARDEN

Created during Edo period, Koishikawa Korakuen Garden is a traditional style park, registered as a special historic site. It is known to possess an exception…

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MEIJI JINGU GAIEN

Meiji Jingu Gaien is the garden of Meiji Jingu Shrine, built in the 15th year of Taisho (1926). With amenities like Meiji Memorial Picture Gallery and many s…

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Nezu Museum

It goes without mention that the vast art collection is outstanding, but the beautiful Japanese garden should not go unnoticed. There are four teahouses scat…

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Epson Aqua Park Shinagawa

On the ground floor, you can find combinations of fish tanks, sound, light, and image, bringing you a novel and innovative form of aquarium experience. On th…

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Ueno Park and Zoo

The park prides itself on its size, which is as large as 530,000 square meters, and houses multiple facilities such as museum, art gallery, and zoo. It is a …

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IKSPIARI

It is always filled with people who come visit on their way back from Disney Land. As it is indoors, the super popular entertainment facility is also the per…

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Museum of Yebisu Beer

Ever since its establishment in 1890, Yebisu beer has continued to be loved by the Japanese people. The Museum of Yebisu Beer was established as a way for pe…

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INOKASHIRA PARK

Inokashira Park is located at just five minutes on foot from Kichijoji station. The public park has been one of the central attractions of the area since 191…

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SHINJUKU GYOEN

During the Edo era, the land of Shinjuku Gyoen belonged to a feudal lord. It was later transformed into a park, but was not open to the public until post-war…

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Rikugien Garden

Rikugien is a daimyo teien, or feudal lord’s garden, which was created by Yanagisawa Yoshiyasu, who was an official in the Tokugawa shogunate of the Edo peri…

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Daikanyama T-SITE – “Tsutaya Books” & “DAIKANYAMA T-SITE GARDEN”

Daikanyama T-SITE is a facility that houses both Tsutaya Books and DAIKANYAMA T-SITE GARDEN. At Tsutaya Books, there are not only a variety of books availabl…

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KAPPABASHI DOUGU-GAI

Kappabashi Dougu-gai, or “Kappabashi Kitchenware Town”, is a shopping street aligned on both sides with an array of shops specializing in kitchen utensils an…

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ROBOT RESTRAURANT

In Shinjuku Kabukicho, you can find the “Robot Restaurant”, where enormous robots put on a show (yes, it is basically as crazy as it sounds). Although it is …

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Ryogoku Kokugikan

For a sneak peak into the world of Japan’s national sport, sumo, Ryogoku Kokugikan is the place to go. Also known as Ryogoku Sumo Hall, it is an indoor sport…

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