As striking as its famous counterpart in the town of Nikko, this Tokyo shrine boasts over 200 huge lanterns made of stone. ... More
As striking as its famous counterpart in the town of Nikko, this Tokyo shrine boasts over 200 huge lanterns made of stone. Many were donated by feudal vassals. Iemitsu Tokugawa, the third shogun, is responsible for the erection of the main building - which is beautifully embellished in gold - in 1651. The shrine is listed as a national treasure.
Tokyo Dome City is like a dream come true for any tourist. A day is too short to conquer the
whole place. Complete with an amusement park containing rides like Thunder Dolphin and Wonder Drop, the kids can have ...
Opened in 1873 at the top of Ueno Hill, Tokyo's first public park houses several world class museums, a popular
zoo, shrines, temples, a rental boat lake, historical monuments, hundreds of cherry blossom trees, and a lotus pond. Ueno ...
So named because of its colorful lights, Rainbow Bridge spans the bay from Shibaura Wharf to Odaiba, one of Tokyo's
premier wining and dining areas. Comprising eight traffic lanes and two railways, the bridge also has a pedestrian walkway ...
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