Asakusa and
Ueno areas

  • Asakusa and Sensoji Temple

    Asakusa and Sensoji Temple

    The gigantic red lantern of Kaminarimon Gate at Senso-ji Temple leaves a lasting impression.
    The same characters used in the name “Senso-ji” are used for Asakusa, which was the domain of Senso-ji Temple until the Edo period.

  • Ueno Park

    Ueno Park

    Ueno Park is famous for Shinobazu Pond.
    Cultural facilities here include the National Museum of Western Art, the Tokyo National Museum, the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, and more.

  • Ameyoko Shopping Street

    Ameyoko Shopping Street

    A famous shopping street lining the underpass from JR Ueno Station to Okachimachi filled with unbelievably cheap stops.
    This area bustles throughout the year with people shopping and dining.

  • Tokyo Skytree®

    Tokyo Skytree®

    Towering 634 meters high, this is one of the tallest radio towers in the world.
    There is an observation deck at 350 meters that commands a view of the city of Tokyo.

ginza areas

  • Imperial Palace

    Imperial Palace

    The outer gardens of the Imperial Palace contain many remnants of Edo Castle.
    Highlights include Fushimi-Yagura castle keep and Nijubashi Bridge.
    General tours of the Imperial Palace are held twice a day (excluding specified dates).

  • Akihabara


    This area is teeming with theaters for idol groups, maid cafes, and shops selling anime merchandise and military items. The consumer electronics and computer parts shops Akihabara is famous for are still thriving.

  • Ginza


    A high street famous for well-renowned department stores such as Ginza Mitsukoshi and Matsuya Ginza as well as fashion shops and new shopping centers such as GINZA SIX and Marronnier Gate Ginza 2.
    Ginza is also home to a variety of restaurants and bars.

  • Kabukiza Theatre 画像提供:松竹(株)・歌舞伎座(株)

    Kabukiza Theatre

    This theater has continued to fascinate audiences with Kabuki performances since its opening in 1889. The theater has reached its current form after four major renovations. Restaurants and souvenir shops are available on the second floor.

Shinjuku and
Roppongi areas

  • Tokyo Dome City

    Tokyo Dome City

    An entertainment zone with all kinds of facilities surrounding the famous baseball stadium Tokyo Dome.
    With an amusement park and natural hot springs, people of all ages will have fun here.

  • Roppongi Hills

    Roppongi Hills

    This complex includes the sprawling, 4,300 m² Mohri Garden, the Mori Art Museum, shops, restaurants, a movie theater, and more. Tokyo City View, an indoor observatory 250 meters above sea level offers sweeping views of the city of Tokyo.

  • Shinjuku Fukutoshin Buildings

    Shinjuku Fukutoshin Buildings

    This area boasts many cultural centers, including Tokyo Opera City, the New National Theatre, Tokyo, and the NTT InterCommunication Centre museum, with the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building at its center.

  • Kabukicho


    A colorful entertainment district full of gourmet dining and entertainment.
    This district is on the cutting edge of entertainment with VR amusement and robot restaurants.

Shinagawa and
Rinkai areas

  • Odaiba


    A major sightseeing spot facing Tokyo Bay.

  • Tokyo Tower

    Tokyo Tower

    A radio tower standing 333 meters high.
    The 150-meter-high Main Deck and 250-meter-high Top Deck command panoramic views of Tokyo.

  • Tsukiji Outer Market Shopping Street

    Tsukiji Outer Market Shopping Street

    Tsukuji Outside Market still bustles with tourists and shoppers in search of the freshest fish, even after the market was moved to Toyosu.
    There are all kinds of sushi restaurants as well as new sweets shops.

  • Maxell Aqua Park Shinagawa

    Maxell Aqua Park Shinagawa

    A fusion of marine life and technology.
    There are all kinds of surprises to be found here, jellyfish rumble with sound and light,and dolphin performances that vary with the season, day and night, which uses special lighting to create a spectacular show.