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Sunday, 23 March 2014

Tokyo 1-Day Sightseeing

Source: Tokyo 1-Day Sightseeing
Website: Tokyo Transfer

Ginza, Nihonbashi


Ginza, Nihonbashi has flourished as the center of Tokyo since Edo era. There are many well-established stores in this area, and it is also known as the paradise of gourmet. On the one hand lines of the skyscrapers and luxury department stores, and on the other hand, shops full of Edo era atmosphere are scattered in the alley.In recent years, the spot such as Maru building which is attracting to young people has been built. It is the perfect area for all ages to enjoy the combination of new and old Japan.

Asakusa Kannon Temple


Asakusa Kannon Temple is a Buddhist temple located in Asakusa. It is one of Tokyo's most colorful and popular temples. Hondo is ferro-concrete structure of the Showa 33 reconstruction. When approaching the temple, visitors firstly enter through the Kaminarimon (Thunder Gate), the symbol of Asakusa and the entire city of Tokyo. Ameyoko is a busy market street. The name "Ameyoko" is a short form for "Ameya Yokocho" (candy store alley), as candies.

 Fuji TV Building


About 5.0km away from Ginza, Fuji TV building is a new landmark building in Tokyo.There are restaurants, Fuji TV related goods and a spherical panoramic waterfront view room from 100m above the ground. Odaiba is a popular shopping and entertainment district on a man-made island in Tokyo Bay. It is one of Tokyo's most popular tourist attractions and date spots with a wide selection of shopping, dining and leisure options.There are about 180 stores, shops and restaurants, amusement centers in Odaiba.

Shinjuku


Shinjuku is the shopping quarter centering on Shinjuku Station in southwestern Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, and is also a name of a town of the same district.It is one of the three major newly emerging city centers on a par with Shibuya and Ikebukuro, and is one of shopping quarter and the business districts representing Japan. As a name of a town, it exists from Shinjuku 1-chome to Shinjuku 7-chome. Especially after Tokyo Metropolitan Government Office relocates to the West Shinjuku, and it may also be called a "new urban core." The name originates from the town of Naito-Shinjuku and the syukuba town of Koshu Highway.

Tokyo Disneyland

Tokyo Disneyland is divided into 7 areas according to the its theme and it is called "theme land."For the attraction, the shops, the restaurants, and ornaments which are arranged at each theme land, are unificated for the image according to the theme.All the facilities except for the attraction in Disneyland are all directly managed by OLC. Many spotbilled ducks inhabit in the lawn of the places except for the world bazaar to the Cinderella castle. There are many shops, restaurants, and service facilities in the park.

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