Aquarium located in the Bay Area. Must see exhibits of tuna swarms and penguin tank.
- Kasai Rinkai Aquarium
- Kasai Rinkai Park
A coastal park where you can enjoy the biggest ferris wheel in Japan and a very popular aquarium
- Kappabashi Dougu Street
Japan's best shopping street where you can find any kitchen implements. The street has a nostalgic atmosphere of the Showa era.
Having gone through a glorious past, followed by damages due to war, this temple is filled with an air of melancholy.
- Kanda Shrine
Built in 730, a shrine worshiped for the protective god of Edo.
A Buddhist temple situated amidst nature, a town for adults who would like to enjoy festivals, soba and onsen.
The 9-story department store main building and annex offer fantastic goods with a food floor that is also worth a visit.
- Inokashira Park
Popular park in West Tokyo with lots of greenery.
An all-time source of the latest trends of Japanese youth culture.
- Hanazono Jinja
The guardian deity of fertility, matchmaking, and public entertainment.
- Hamarikyu Gardens
A collaboration of Japanese garden and the modern Tokyo metropolis.
- Hachiko Statue
Hachiko is a statue of a famous dog, and this spot is a popular meeting place in Shibuya.