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Guidebook for Katsushika-ku

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Guidebook for Katsushika-ku

Sightseeing
The wide windows of the observation decks offer panoramic vistas stretching all the way out to Mt. Fuji. Visitors will reach Tembo Deck—the first of the decks—via elaborately decorated elevators, which only take 50 seconds to travel the lofty 350 meters. For an even higher vantage point, there is a second deck, Tembo Galleria, at 450 meters. While the views are spectacular all day long, watching the sun set and the city lights come to life below is particularly romantic.
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Tokyo Skytree
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The wide windows of the observation decks offer panoramic vistas stretching all the way out to Mt. Fuji. Visitors will reach Tembo Deck—the first of the decks—via elaborately decorated elevators, which only take 50 seconds to travel the lofty 350 meters. For an even higher vantage point, there is a second deck, Tembo Galleria, at 450 meters. While the views are spectacular all day long, watching the sun set and the city lights come to life below is particularly romantic.
A short walk from Shinjuku Station, visit the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Office Building, home to the Tokyo Metropolitan Government. Less famous than its cousins the Tokyo Tower and the Tokyo Skytree, the building's twin towers each have an observation deck located at the whopping height of 202 meters. Better yet, they're completely free to visit. The Tokyo Metropolitan Government Office Building's upper floors are split across two towers, a north tower and a south tower. Each has an observation deck on the 45th floor. The South Tower is better for daytime views as you can see all the way to Odaiba in Tokyo Bay. Open until 10.30 p.m.
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Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building
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A short walk from Shinjuku Station, visit the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Office Building, home to the Tokyo Metropolitan Government. Less famous than its cousins the Tokyo Tower and the Tokyo Skytree, the building's twin towers each have an observation deck located at the whopping height of 202 meters. Better yet, they're completely free to visit. The Tokyo Metropolitan Government Office Building's upper floors are split across two towers, a north tower and a south tower. Each has an observation deck on the 45th floor. The South Tower is better for daytime views as you can see all the way to Odaiba in Tokyo Bay. Open until 10.30 p.m.
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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Tokyo Tower
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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.
Stretching across the Sumida River and connecting the Sensoji Temple area with Tokyo Skytree, the Azuma-bashi Bridge is one of Asakusa’s most historic icons. The first incarnation of the bridge was built in 1774, however the bridge has gone through a number of reconstructions over the years. The version you see today was built in 1931. Soak up the beauty of Asakusa in spring as the area’s 300 cherry trees bloom into life, bathing the riverside in the soft pink blossoms.
Azumabashi
Stretching across the Sumida River and connecting the Sensoji Temple area with Tokyo Skytree, the Azuma-bashi Bridge is one of Asakusa’s most historic icons. The first incarnation of the bridge was built in 1774, however the bridge has gone through a number of reconstructions over the years. The version you see today was built in 1931. Soak up the beauty of Asakusa in spring as the area’s 300 cherry trees bloom into life, bathing the riverside in the soft pink blossoms.
Eat, drink and be merry on a Japanese pleasure boat
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Eat, drink and be merry on a Japanese pleasure boat
Tokyo Cruise Asakusa Pier is the primary hub for these relaxing little cruisers, and they also go around Asakusa Harbor. If you're here in summer, consider taking the Tokyo Bay Yukata Cruise, a beer garden on the water that is one of the coolest places to be in every sense. If you wear a yukata, the price drops by almost half. These boats leave from Takeshiba Pier in Hamamatsucho.
Tokyo Cruise Asakusa Pier
Tokyo Cruise Asakusa Pier is the primary hub for these relaxing little cruisers, and they also go around Asakusa Harbor. If you're here in summer, consider taking the Tokyo Bay Yukata Cruise, a beer garden on the water that is one of the coolest places to be in every sense. If you wear a yukata, the price drops by almost half. These boats leave from Takeshiba Pier in Hamamatsucho.
An ultramodern area on Tokyo Bay, the Odaiba district is your go-to place for pleasure cruising, shopping and general seaside fun. The island built in Tokyo Bay was originally created by the Edo shogunate (1603-1867) to protect Tokyo from the threat of marine attacks. Today it serves a very different purpose—as a breezy entertainment hub with attractions for the entire family. Set aside a full day for maximum enjoyment.
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Odaiba
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An ultramodern area on Tokyo Bay, the Odaiba district is your go-to place for pleasure cruising, shopping and general seaside fun. The island built in Tokyo Bay was originally created by the Edo shogunate (1603-1867) to protect Tokyo from the threat of marine attacks. Today it serves a very different purpose—as a breezy entertainment hub with attractions for the entire family. Set aside a full day for maximum enjoyment.
Arts & Culture
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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Sensō-ji
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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.
Parks & Nature
Once part of an Edo era (1603-1867) feudal lord's home, this massive green space was turned into a public park in 1949. Since then it has been a beloved refuge for Tokyoites looking to enjoy a bit of nature in the center of the city. Despite only being a short walk away from bustling Shinjuku, the leafy walkways and seasonal flowers make this a tranquil spot for a morning or afternoon stroll. After paying the small entrance fee, you will soon find that the noise of the city drops away and is replaced by bird song. Shinjuku Gyoen combines three distinct types of gardens-Japanese traditional, French formal and English landscape with sprawling lawns and quiet groves.
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Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden
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Once part of an Edo era (1603-1867) feudal lord's home, this massive green space was turned into a public park in 1949. Since then it has been a beloved refuge for Tokyoites looking to enjoy a bit of nature in the center of the city. Despite only being a short walk away from bustling Shinjuku, the leafy walkways and seasonal flowers make this a tranquil spot for a morning or afternoon stroll. After paying the small entrance fee, you will soon find that the noise of the city drops away and is replaced by bird song. Shinjuku Gyoen combines three distinct types of gardens-Japanese traditional, French formal and English landscape with sprawling lawns and quiet groves.
The Hama-rikyu Gardens are built around the a central pond. In the middle of the pond is a teahouse, where you can sit down to enjoy a cup of matcha tea throughout the year. The garden's pond is connected to the sea, and water flows in and out with the tide, meaning the park is in a permanent state of flux. Throughout the park there are a number of plum and cherry trees, which blossom throughout spring. You can see autumn foliage from the end of October, peaking in early to mid-November.
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Hamarikyu Gardens
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The Hama-rikyu Gardens are built around the a central pond. In the middle of the pond is a teahouse, where you can sit down to enjoy a cup of matcha tea throughout the year. The garden's pond is connected to the sea, and water flows in and out with the tide, meaning the park is in a permanent state of flux. Throughout the park there are a number of plum and cherry trees, which blossom throughout spring. You can see autumn foliage from the end of October, peaking in early to mid-November.
The history of the site provides a compelling glimpse into Japan’s modern development from fascist military power, to developing democracy, to booming capitalist society. The grounds initially gained attention as the site of Japan’s first powered aircraft flight in 1910. As the nation grew into a mighty military power in the following decades, the Imperial Army used the area to stage nationalist parades. In an ironic twist of fate, after Japan lost the war, US forces converted the grounds into a military housing development called Washington Heights. Two decades later the area was transformed yet again, this time to host the 1964 Olympics.
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Yoyogi Park
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The history of the site provides a compelling glimpse into Japan’s modern development from fascist military power, to developing democracy, to booming capitalist society. The grounds initially gained attention as the site of Japan’s first powered aircraft flight in 1910. As the nation grew into a mighty military power in the following decades, the Imperial Army used the area to stage nationalist parades. In an ironic twist of fate, after Japan lost the war, US forces converted the grounds into a military housing development called Washington Heights. Two decades later the area was transformed yet again, this time to host the 1964 Olympics.
Inokashira Park is loved among locals for providing a luscious green space, with plenty of recreational facilities, a shrine and a bucolic pond. Inokashira Pond is located in the center of the park, where you can hire rowing boats. In the spring, the edge is surrounded by cherry blossom, and the fleeting season of white-pink petals is a great time to come and picnic under the flowers. The Gotenyama area of the park contains a wood, leading to the traditional Japanese garden, “Shizen Bunka-en Gardens.” The Studio Ghibli museum is located in the park too. It often booked far ahead, so check out the website before you go.
Inokashira Onshi Park Sports Properties Management Center
Inokashira Park is loved among locals for providing a luscious green space, with plenty of recreational facilities, a shrine and a bucolic pond. Inokashira Pond is located in the center of the park, where you can hire rowing boats. In the spring, the edge is surrounded by cherry blossom, and the fleeting season of white-pink petals is a great time to come and picnic under the flowers. The Gotenyama area of the park contains a wood, leading to the traditional Japanese garden, “Shizen Bunka-en Gardens.” The Studio Ghibli museum is located in the park too. It often booked far ahead, so check out the website before you go.
The Rikugien Gardens are located in a residential part of Bunkyo City, in the north of Tokyo. Nearby attractions include Ueno Park, Nezu-jinja Shrine, and the University of Tokyo's Koishikawa Botanical Garden. If visiting in autumn or spring, consider spending an entire day exploring these seasonally gorgeous attractions.
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Rikugien Gardens
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The Rikugien Gardens are located in a residential part of Bunkyo City, in the north of Tokyo. Nearby attractions include Ueno Park, Nezu-jinja Shrine, and the University of Tokyo's Koishikawa Botanical Garden. If visiting in autumn or spring, consider spending an entire day exploring these seasonally gorgeous attractions.
Mt. Gozen is one of the many mountains in Tokyo's Okutama area. This moderate-level hike takes about 5 hours from Sakaibashi bus stop, a short 10-minute bus ride from Okutama Station, to the finish at Lake Okutama. At the peak, you can see beautiful views of Lake Okutama to the northwest and Mt. Fuji to the southwest. The mountain is especially pleasant during fall when the trees turn shades of gold and vermillion.
Mt Gozenyama Trailhead
Mt. Gozen is one of the many mountains in Tokyo's Okutama area. This moderate-level hike takes about 5 hours from Sakaibashi bus stop, a short 10-minute bus ride from Okutama Station, to the finish at Lake Okutama. At the peak, you can see beautiful views of Lake Okutama to the northwest and Mt. Fuji to the southwest. The mountain is especially pleasant during fall when the trees turn shades of gold and vermillion.
Forest therapy, or Shinrin-yoku, is the practice of immersing oneself in an environment full of trees. It is scientifically proven to reduce stress, lower blood pressure and improve one's overall well-being. With its giant trees and lush greenery, Okutama was the first area in Tokyo to be approved as a site for forest therapy. Let town-certified forest therapists assist you as choose one of the five available therapy roads. You can also enjoy yoga in the woods or take relaxing classes such as pottery or making soba noodles. Bask in the sunlight filtering through trees and feel rejuvenated as nature takes your worries away.
Sakai
Forest therapy, or Shinrin-yoku, is the practice of immersing oneself in an environment full of trees. It is scientifically proven to reduce stress, lower blood pressure and improve one's overall well-being. With its giant trees and lush greenery, Okutama was the first area in Tokyo to be approved as a site for forest therapy. Let town-certified forest therapists assist you as choose one of the five available therapy roads. You can also enjoy yoga in the woods or take relaxing classes such as pottery or making soba noodles. Bask in the sunlight filtering through trees and feel rejuvenated as nature takes your worries away.
Crystal clear waters, playful dolphins, and enormous trees
Mikura-jima
Crystal clear waters, playful dolphins, and enormous trees
Vacation inside the crater of a volcano
Aogashima
Vacation inside the crater of a volcano
Coral, tropical fish, and underwater ruins just a few minutes from the heart of Chichijima Island
Sakaiura Beach
Coral, tropical fish, and underwater ruins just a few minutes from the heart of Chichijima Island
Swim and sunbathe on Tomari Beach before visiting Shikinejima's rugged hot springs
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Swim and sunbathe on Tomari Beach before visiting Shikinejima's rugged hot springs
Laid-back beach days and luxurious starry nights
Kominato Beach
Laid-back beach days and luxurious starry nights
Entertainment & Activities
The zoo, attached to the north of Ueno Park, is split into two sections, a west and east park with varying collections of animals. The two areas are connected by a short monorail. In the east area you'll find Japan's most famous couple, the giant pandas Ri Ri and Shin Shin and their cub Xiang Xiang. Also in the east park are Asiatic elephants, a wide collection of bears and greater mammals such as gorillas, tigers and lions. The west area is home to the petting zoo, which is a must-visit if you have young kids who'd like to get hands-on with the animals. The west park also focuses on animals from the African continent: rhinos, hippos, giraffes and zebras, and home to the Small Mammal House
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Ueno Zoo
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The zoo, attached to the north of Ueno Park, is split into two sections, a west and east park with varying collections of animals. The two areas are connected by a short monorail. In the east area you'll find Japan's most famous couple, the giant pandas Ri Ri and Shin Shin and their cub Xiang Xiang. Also in the east park are Asiatic elephants, a wide collection of bears and greater mammals such as gorillas, tigers and lions. The west area is home to the petting zoo, which is a must-visit if you have young kids who'd like to get hands-on with the animals. The west park also focuses on animals from the African continent: rhinos, hippos, giraffes and zebras, and home to the Small Mammal House
Located on the rooftop of the nine-story World Import Mart Building near Ikebukuro Station, Sunshine Aquarium is an oasis of water in the heart of the city. Its tropical resort atmosphere and futuristic design, give the aquarium concept a new and interesting twist. Sunshine Aquarium occupies the top three floors of Ikebukuro's Sunshine City office and shopping complex. It has around 80 tanks with 37,000 fish representing 750 species. Exhibits include the Sunshine Lagoon, a tank that holds 240 tons of water; the Jellyfish Tunnel; and the Sunshine Aqua Ring for views of sea lions, penguins and other animals
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Sunshine Aquarium
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Located on the rooftop of the nine-story World Import Mart Building near Ikebukuro Station, Sunshine Aquarium is an oasis of water in the heart of the city. Its tropical resort atmosphere and futuristic design, give the aquarium concept a new and interesting twist. Sunshine Aquarium occupies the top three floors of Ikebukuro's Sunshine City office and shopping complex. It has around 80 tanks with 37,000 fish representing 750 species. Exhibits include the Sunshine Lagoon, a tank that holds 240 tons of water; the Jellyfish Tunnel; and the Sunshine Aqua Ring for views of sea lions, penguins and other animals
Machida Squirrel Garden is an outdoor enclosure tucked away in the quiet residential neighborhood of Machida, about half an hour south of Shinjuku by train. Populated by around 200 adorable, very energetic squirrels, here you can see the cute bushy-tailed critters up close as you stroll through their quaint neighborhood dotted with small, colorful squirrel houses. To draw the squirrels in, buy a bag of seeds from the front desk. They’re not shy, so don’t be surprised if they try to eat straight out of your hands. The garden is also home to some other adorable occupants including guinea pigs, tortoises, rabbits, chipmunks and prairie dogs.
Machida Squirrel Garden
Machida Squirrel Garden is an outdoor enclosure tucked away in the quiet residential neighborhood of Machida, about half an hour south of Shinjuku by train. Populated by around 200 adorable, very energetic squirrels, here you can see the cute bushy-tailed critters up close as you stroll through their quaint neighborhood dotted with small, colorful squirrel houses. To draw the squirrels in, buy a bag of seeds from the front desk. They’re not shy, so don’t be surprised if they try to eat straight out of your hands. The garden is also home to some other adorable occupants including guinea pigs, tortoises, rabbits, chipmunks and prairie dogs.
This artsy aquarium houses over 10,000 sea creatures, including a group of feisty African black foot penguins. It is conveniently located on the 5th and 6th floors of Tokyo Solamachi, the shopping complex attached to the unmissable Tokyo Skytree. While the Sumida Aquarium is not very large, it offers an impressive menagerie of sea life, with modern glass habitats which recreate the underwater worlds of Tokyo Bay, the Izu Islands and the Ogasawara Islands.
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Sumida Aquarium
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This artsy aquarium houses over 10,000 sea creatures, including a group of feisty African black foot penguins. It is conveniently located on the 5th and 6th floors of Tokyo Solamachi, the shopping complex attached to the unmissable Tokyo Skytree. While the Sumida Aquarium is not very large, it offers an impressive menagerie of sea life, with modern glass habitats which recreate the underwater worlds of Tokyo Bay, the Izu Islands and the Ogasawara Islands.
The Adachi Park of Living Things is part-park and part-petting zoo. Perfect for families, the Park of Living Things is home to a variety of creatures big and small that children and adults can interact with up-close. A bus ride away from Kitasenju Station, the park has a greenhouse and garden, plus other small facilities. You can enjoy hours exploring the park and its inhabitants. You'll find mammals, reptiles, birds and insects. See everything from kangaroos and squirrel monkeys to butterflies and turtles. Make sure not to miss the park's seasonal events, including a firefly event in June, for a one-of-a-kind experience during your trip to Japan.
Adachi Park of Living Things
The Adachi Park of Living Things is part-park and part-petting zoo. Perfect for families, the Park of Living Things is home to a variety of creatures big and small that children and adults can interact with up-close. A bus ride away from Kitasenju Station, the park has a greenhouse and garden, plus other small facilities. You can enjoy hours exploring the park and its inhabitants. You'll find mammals, reptiles, birds and insects. See everything from kangaroos and squirrel monkeys to butterflies and turtles. Make sure not to miss the park's seasonal events, including a firefly event in June, for a one-of-a-kind experience during your trip to Japan.
With free entry to the premises and minimal waits, the Tokyo Dome City Attractions area allows you to enjoy as much or as little of its 21st century amusement park as you like. Start with the pulse-pounding Thunder Dolphin roller coaster, which weaves through various structures including the "centerless" Big-O Ferris wheel. The wheel itself is another top attraction where you can relax for a scenic 15-minute ride or make the most of the unique karaoke setup inside your gondola. The sheer variety of attractions ensures that there's something for everyone. The Wonder Drop plunges three stories down a track into a pool of water.
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Tokyo Dome City
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With free entry to the premises and minimal waits, the Tokyo Dome City Attractions area allows you to enjoy as much or as little of its 21st century amusement park as you like. Start with the pulse-pounding Thunder Dolphin roller coaster, which weaves through various structures including the "centerless" Big-O Ferris wheel. The wheel itself is another top attraction where you can relax for a scenic 15-minute ride or make the most of the unique karaoke setup inside your gondola. The sheer variety of attractions ensures that there's something for everyone. The Wonder Drop plunges three stories down a track into a pool of water.
Tokyo One Piece Tower is an indoor theme park centered on the wildly popular manga series, One Piece. The park is located on the fourth and fifth floors of the Foot Town building, from where you can access iconic Tokyo Tower's observatory decks. The theme park invites you to jump in and experience this fictional world, with live shows, restaurants and souvenir shops all featuring the lovable characters. Foot Town offers a day of fun for children and adults alike, with an aquarium on the first floor and plenty of casual eateries to choose from.
One Piece Tower Tokyo
Tokyo One Piece Tower is an indoor theme park centered on the wildly popular manga series, One Piece. The park is located on the fourth and fifth floors of the Foot Town building, from where you can access iconic Tokyo Tower's observatory decks. The theme park invites you to jump in and experience this fictional world, with live shows, restaurants and souvenir shops all featuring the lovable characters. Foot Town offers a day of fun for children and adults alike, with an aquarium on the first floor and plenty of casual eateries to choose from.
A short stroll from the popular Samurai Museum and a hit robot-themed restaurant, the Ninja Trick House is hidden on the fourth floor of a small building down a back alley. It's tricky to find, but worth the effort. Once inside, you'll pass under a passageway of vermillion torii gates, immediately transporting you worlds away from the neon of the city. Wait in the traditional-style tatami mat room and it won't be long before you are greeted by your ninja guide, who will take you on a scavenger hunt and teach you about ninja history, all while arming you with an arsenal of ninja skills and secrets. This intimate experience is limited to four guests at a time.
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Ninja Trick House In Tokyo
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A short stroll from the popular Samurai Museum and a hit robot-themed restaurant, the Ninja Trick House is hidden on the fourth floor of a small building down a back alley. It's tricky to find, but worth the effort. Once inside, you'll pass under a passageway of vermillion torii gates, immediately transporting you worlds away from the neon of the city. Wait in the traditional-style tatami mat room and it won't be long before you are greeted by your ninja guide, who will take you on a scavenger hunt and teach you about ninja history, all while arming you with an arsenal of ninja skills and secrets. This intimate experience is limited to four guests at a time.
Sanrio Puroland is a theme park dedicated to Hello Kitty and the world of Sanrio. Although small, it has all of the bright colors, flashing lights, and overwhelming cuteness you'd expect. The park's nine rides are small and safe for kids of all ages, but its the shows, animated films and parades, which include Hello Kitty performances, that are perhaps the biggest draw. At the House of Hello Kitty, you can take a tour of the cute cat's home and learn more about her life. The park also has themed restaurants and shops devoted to specific Sanrio characters, selling exclusive special edition goods.
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Sanrio Puroland
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Sanrio Puroland is a theme park dedicated to Hello Kitty and the world of Sanrio. Although small, it has all of the bright colors, flashing lights, and overwhelming cuteness you'd expect. The park's nine rides are small and safe for kids of all ages, but its the shows, animated films and parades, which include Hello Kitty performances, that are perhaps the biggest draw. At the House of Hello Kitty, you can take a tour of the cute cat's home and learn more about her life. The park also has themed restaurants and shops devoted to specific Sanrio characters, selling exclusive special edition goods.
Mega Web is an automotive-focused theme park where you can explore Toyota’s history and learn about its newest technological developments. The park is divided into three sections titled ‘look,’ ‘ride,’ and ‘feel’ each offering a different perspective on the company. Begin by wandering through Toyota city car showcase, and inspecting the latest display models, before heading over to the history garage to get a feel of the company by learning about their most historically significant designs. For a more immersive experience don't miss the chance to test-drive your favorite car.
MEGAWEB TOYOTA City Showcase
Mega Web is an automotive-focused theme park where you can explore Toyota’s history and learn about its newest technological developments. The park is divided into three sections titled ‘look,’ ‘ride,’ and ‘feel’ each offering a different perspective on the company. Begin by wandering through Toyota city car showcase, and inspecting the latest display models, before heading over to the history garage to get a feel of the company by learning about their most historically significant designs. For a more immersive experience don't miss the chance to test-drive your favorite car.
Summer fun for kids of all ages at Hamura Water Park
Hamura City Water Park Pool
Summer fun for kids of all ages at Hamura Water Park
Tokyo-Disney Sea
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