A public park representative of Japan, a nature-filled metropolitan oasis.
- Showa Memorial Park
- Shitamachi Museum
A museum that allows you to experience Tokyo's way of living from 100 years ago through the history of Ueno and Asakusa.
- Shinjuku Golden Gai
It’s an old with a hint new - an authentic bar district from the Showa period.
Enjoy Shinjuku to the fullest, Tokyo's No.1 downtown area that almost never sleeps!
- Shibuya Crossing
The biggest intersection in Japan with about 500 thousand people crossing everyday - quite interesting to see a variety of people crossing the street.
- Shibamata Taishakuten
A temple where you can get immersed into the world of the movie "O tokowa Tsurai yo."
Investigating the attractions of Sensoji which prides on having an international and domestic popularity!!
- Sanrio Puroland
Various characters from Sanrio are here! Dive into a world of fantasy!
- Ryogoku Kokugikan
The heartland of sumo where tournaments are held thrice a year. There are many souvenir shops as well!
- Roppongi Hills
The cultural and commercial facilities that represent Roppongi, many open until late at night for visitors to enjoy art and events.
- Rikugien Fukiage Chaya
A Japanese-style cafe located in a beautiful Japanese garden, Rikugien, where you can enjoy a set of matcha and jo-namagashi.
A famous garden with a 300-year history. It is one of Japan's greatest garden in Tokyo that took seven years to build.