Tokyo National Museum

The largest and oldest museum in Japan, the Tokyo National Museum has an impressive collection of 89,000 objects! Art and archaeology are the two main themes and the treasures have

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Tokyo Skytree

Tokyo Skytree opened in May 2012 and has become a major symbol of Tokyo, which is the center of Tokyo Skytree Town, which also includes Tokyo Solamachi, a complex with

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Tokyo Station

Tokyo Station or Tokyo eki (東京駅) is the main rail transportation interchange in the capital of Japan. In addition, it also serves as a departure point for a number of

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Akihabara

Akihabara, or simply Akiba, is the electronic district of Tokyo. The area is home to many electronics stores, some of which have multiple floors, and is the ideal place for

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Tokyo Imperial Palace

The Tokyo Imperial Palace or Kōkyo (皇居) is located right next to Tokyo Station and is the official residence of the Japanese imperial family. The current Imperial Palace is located

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Tokyo Edo Museum

The Edo-Tokyo Museum is the oldest museum in Japan dedicated to the history of Japan’s capital, Tokyo. Located just east of the Ryogoku Kokugikan in Tokyo’s Ryogoku district, near the

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Tokyo National Art Center

The Tokyo National Art Center is located in the Roppongi district of central Tokyo. Roppongi is a downtown area known for its many great restaurants, stores, foreign offices, and for

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Gotokuji Temple

Gotokuji Temple (豪徳寺) is a place to visit if you love cats, as it is considered the birthplace of the famous maneki-neko amulet. You know, the little cat with its

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The Statue of Liberty

The Statue of Liberty is a well-known icon throughout the world. In 2011, it celebrated its 125th anniversary. At least the one in New York, of course. But you don’t

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The Ghibli Museum

Opened since October 2001 in Inokashira Park in Mitaka, Tokyo, is a museum dedicated to the animated works of Studio Ghibli. The museum is the perfect excuse to visit the

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