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Monument / Point de repère
“The Tokyo Skytree is a television broadcasting tower and landmark of Tokyo. It is the centerpiece of the Tokyo Skytree Town in the Sumida City Ward, not far away from Asakusa. With a height of 634 meters (634 can be read as "Musashi", a historic name of the Tokyo Region), it is the tallest structure in Japan and the second tallest in the world at the time of its completion. A large shopping complex with aquarium is located at its base.”
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Landmark
“Bearing a significant resemblance to the Eiffel Tower in Paris, this bright orange tall radio tower was built in 1958 to symbolize the country's recovery after the destruction of World War Two. Rising up to 333 meters, Tokyo Tower used to be the tallest tower in Japan until the completion of Tokyo Skytree in 2012. You can choose to take the elevator or walk up 600 steps to the main deck, located 150 meters above the ground. If you are lucky, on sunny days you can even catch a glimpse of Mt. Fuji rising in the distance. If you are not afraid of heights, try standing on the glass floor sections and look directly down to the ground—almost 145 meters under your feet. ”
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Buddhist Temple
“Sensoji is perhaps the most famous and photographed of Tokyo's temples. It is the oldest Buddhist temple in the capital, and the five-story pagoda, trails of incense and vast eaves will take you back to a Tokyo of time gone by. The approach to Sensoji, known as Nakamise Dori, is lined with about a hundred shops selling crafts, souvenirs and plenty of sweet and savory snacks. Throughout the year you can come across seasonal events held on the temple grounds. Some of the most popular include Asakusa-jinja Shrine’s Sanja Festival collaboration event in May, the hozuki (Chinese lantern plant) market in July and the photogenic hagoita decorative paddle market in December.”
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Donburi Restaurant
“It was the biggest Tokyo fish market,but it was moved to Toyosu. However,still there are many fish shops & fish industry restaurants nearby such as Sushi restaurant.”
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Theme Park
“Tokyo Disney Sea/Disneyland: a loop bus leaves from Tokyo Disney Sea → Tokyo Disneyland → Kasai Station → Kinshicho Station → Tokyo Skytree. The bus to Tokyo Skytree stops at Kasai Station, but only to pick passengers up, not let them off, and at Kinshicho Station, but only to let passengers off, not pick them up. The bus from Tokyo Skytree to the Disney resorts stops at Kinshicho Station, too, but only to pick passengers up, not let them off, and at Kasai Station, but only to let passengers off, not pick them up. The first bus leaves Tokyo Disney Sea at 6:50 am, and the last bus leaves the Tokyo Skytree at 9:40 pm. 720 yen for adults. ”
  • Recommandé par 94 habitants
Parc
“perfect big park, Cherry blossom in Spring, Japanese red maple in Autumn, Lotus blossom in Summer, 4 seasons enjoyable. surrounded by naturals, arts, museums, zoo, 100 years+ universities, events.... Populated by family or single traveler. ”
  • Recommandé par 143 habitants
History Museum
“The Tokyo Metropolitan Edo-Tokyo Museum opened its doors in March 1993 as a space to reflect on the history and culture of Edo-Tokyo and envision the city and life of the future. Housed in a unique building modeled after an elevated-floor type warehouse, the museum has been a landmark and popular tourist attraction in Tokyo since its opening. The permanent exhibition, showcasing original objects and replicas, offers visitors a journey through the 400-year history of Edo-Tokyo since Tokugawa Ieyasu entered Edo. In addition to the permanent exhibition, the museum holds special exhibitions at the first-floor gallery five to six times a year and carries out various other events, including lectures and workshops on the history and culture of Edo-Tokyo. We hope that the museum can be Tokyo’s center for the creation of new culture and a place of respite for visitors. Special Exhibition Samurai – Peacekeeping Contributors in Edo Period 2019.09.14(Sat)〜2019.11.04(Mon) Opening time: Sun 9:30 AM - 5:30 PM Tue - Fri 9:30 AM - 5:30 PM Sat 9:30 AM - 7:30 PM”
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Zoo
“Ueno Zoo became a big topic in 2017 with the birth of Shanshan, a giant panda. It is an urban zoo full of nature in the city center of Tokyo. It is the oldest zoo in Japan, raising about 2,500 animals of about 350 species. The admission fee is free for elementary school students, and it is a nice point that it is affordable for adults at 600 yen.”
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Stadium
“Ryogoku (両国, Ryōgoku) is a district of Tokyo where the sumo stadium, many sumo stables, chanko restaurants and other sumo related attractions can be found. It is the center of the sumo world. Sumo events have been staged in this area for a long time, but until the beginning of the 20th century, sumo tournaments were held outdoors at shrines and temples. In 1909, the first permanent sumo hall was built in the Ryogoku area. Today's sumo stadium, the current Kokugikan, is the fourth built in Tokyo and has been in use since 1985. It seats over 10,000 visitors and hosts three of the six annual sumo tournaments (in January, May and September).”
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Colloquial Area
“Odaiba (or Daiba) is a leisure and entertainment area in Koto ward, Tokyo, that covers part of two islands in Tokyo Bay. As a leisure spot, Odaiba has something for everyone, day and night, from sports facilities and stadiums, elaborate shopping malls, museums, concerts, hotels, to great views of Tokyo Bay and Tokyo itself. Odaiba's fun and cutting-edge, yet outdoorsy, vibe makes it popular with the young and dating couples. a loop bus leaves from Oedo Onsen Monogatari → Grand Nikko Hotel Daiba → Tokyo Teleport Station → Hotel-East 21 Tokyo → Kinshicho Station → Tokyo Skytree. The bus to Tokyo Skytree stops at Kasai Station, but only to pick passengers up, not let them off, and at Kinshicho Station, but only to let passengers off, not pick them up. The bus from Tokyo Skytree to the Disney resorts stops at Kinshicho Station, too, but only to pick passengers up, not let them off, and at Kasai Station, but only to let passengers off, not pick them up. The first bus leaves Oedo Onsen Monogatari at 8:45 am (next one 12:55), and the last bus leaves the Skytree at 5:40 pm. 600 yen for adults.”
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Quartier
“Biggest animations toys area in Japan, AKB48 cafe, Gandam cafe, biggest 9 storeys electricity mall... from house to Akihabara area 8 minutes by walk.”
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Quartier
“Ginza is Tokyo's most famous upmarket shopping and dining district, and is also home to some of the most expensive real estate in Japan. Access: Nippori stn(Yamanote line)--Yurakucho stn(walking 7mins)--Ginza”
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Aquarium
“The Sumida Aquarium is one of the main attractions of the Tokyo Skytree Town.Moderately sized, and beautifully designed. Access: Nipporistn(Yamanote line)--Ueno stn(Ginza line)--Asakusa stn.”
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Landmark
“Asakusa is Tokyo's best known shitamachi ("low town") - with an old-time, ramshackle feel, yet as clean and safe as anywhere in Tokyo. This must-see district is where kimono-clad visitors enjoy a retro Tokyo experience, athletic rickshaw drivers hawk rides around the district, and atmospheric stalls and restaurants offer a huge array of traditional foods and souvenirs.”
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Store
“a lot of interesting, reasonable Japanese food, snacks, souvenirs, shops, Japanese food market, special in end of year, you could enjoy and understand why the overseas and local people like this interesting market. walkable distance 8 minutes by walk.”
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Théâtre
“The Kabuki-za was originally opened by a Meiji era journalist, Fukuchi Gen'ichirō. Fukuchi wrote kabuki dramas in which Ichikawa Danjūrō IX and others starred; upon Danjūrō's death in 1903, Fukuchi retired from the management of the theater. The theater is now run by the Shochiku Corporation which took over in 1914. The original Kabuki-za was a wooden structure, built in 1889 on land which had been either the Tokyo residence of the Hosokawa clan of Kumamoto, or that of Matsudaira clan of Izu. The building was destroyed on October 30, 1921, by an electrical fire.[3] The reconstruction, which commenced in 1922, was designed to "be fireproof, yet carry traditional Japanese architectural”
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Meilleurs restaurants

Bar
“This is the oldest bar in Japan. This restaurant will be opened from 11:00 to 22:00. If you wanna drink before sightseeing or the lunch time, I recommend you to go there. You can enjoy almost 130 years history taste and beer.”
  • Recommandé par 35 habitants
Restaurant
“Imahan is definitely an upscale place, good for a fancy dinner. Just across the street from Hitsumabushi, it’s located at the corner of Kokusaidori and Kappabashihondori. You are greeted by ladies in perfect make-up and coiffure wearing kimono. If you are seated upstairs, you leave your shoes and are ushered into an elevator with tatami on the floor. Prices start at 8000 Y, but it’s worth the experience.”
  • Recommandé par 24 habitants
Restaurant
“六義園は、歴史深い景観と、季節が織りなす自然を持ち合わせた東京の観光名所です。非日常の空間・都立 文化財庭園で、和の癒しを感じて下さい。紅葉の季節には夜間ライトアップもありとてもロマン チックですよ! Rikugien (六義園) is often considered Tokyo's most beautiful Japanese landscape garden.Built around 1700. Literally means "six poems garden" and reproduces in miniature 88 scenes from famous poems. The garden is a good example of an Edo Period strolling garden and features a large central pond surrounded by manmade hills and forested areas.”
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Restaurant
“とても有名な豚骨ラーメン屋さんです。 This is a must-eat Ramen. Its a chain so you can find other area too. You might have to wait in a queue but its worth it. It will be your favorite one for sure ! ”
  • Recommandé par 12 habitants
Restaurant
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Kaiseki Restaurant
“The spacious interior with Japanese garden has a serene and calm atmosphere. We serve kaiseki cuisine using seasonal ingredients and tofu.”
  • Recommandé par 22 habitants
Restaurant japonais
“A long - established history with a wide range of classical architecture has been prepared from the seats to the table seats and is available in a variety of styles.”
  • Recommandé par 12 habitants
Restaurant
“Offering a bowl of rice bowl including tempura with fish and vegetables, Tennis Bowl menu such as Ryuko Tennis Bowl, Kakiedake Bowl and others. Alcohol and one dish are served.”
  • Recommandé par 8 habitants

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