• Futako Tamagawa

    Quality time at a sophisticated town, Futako Tamagawa.

  • Edo-Tokyo Open-Air Architectural Museum

    An open air museum where you can see historically valuable buildings.

  • Edo-Tokyo Museum

    The museum provides full resources and models of Edo-Tokyo from the Edo Period up until the post-war period.

  • Daiba Itchome Shotengai

    It's a theme park conceptualized after the Japanese working class neighborhood during the 1950s. There are various souvenirs available.

  • Chinzanso

    A place where history and nature come together in perfect harmony, "Chinzanso Tokyo."

  • Azabu Juban

    Traces of an old red-light district, perfect for a walking food tour.

  • Asakusa Samba Carnival

    Samba dancers gather in Asakusa from all over Japan! An authentic samba carnival just like the original Rio Carnival.

  • Asakusa Hanayashiki

    The oldest amusement park in Japan, it enjoys a popularity because of its downtown, nostalgic atmosphere.

  • Asakusa Culture Tourist Information Center

    It's a great free tourist information center for those who don't know Asakusa. Information is available in 4 languages.

  • Asakusa

    Must see place in Tokyo -a Japanese traditional area.

  • Ameyoko

    Welcome to a bustling street overflowing with shops including food, clothing, and general stores.



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