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This popular spot is the quintessential pub in Tokyo, offering a wide assortment of beers and hearty portions of homemade English favorites, such as steak and kidney pie. Live music ...
On display are over 300 species of fish and sea-life covering almost every aspect of marine life divided into sea-surface and sea-floor levels. The most interesting ...
There is a conglomeration of toys, both western and Japanese, the bulk of which are in crowded cases. It is tempting to try and pick the toys up and see ...
If you are a Jungle Book fan then, Tokyo's oldest zoo: the Ueno Zoological Gardens is the place to head to. Come and see tigers, lions and bears in natural ...
If you want to see ultra-modern art, the Hara is a good choice. The functionally experimental architectural design (Bauhaus) of the building is striking. Artists ...
The Ginza is Japan's (and perhaps Asia's) most prestigious shopping area. Many high-end retail shops have their flagship stores here. Ginza attracts smart and elegant ...
With simple knitted sweaters starting from JPY10,000, Tsumori Chisato's range is affordable and well made. The colors are neutral or dusky, the cuts ...
This is the place to learn about Tokyo's 19th century common folk. In those days, the city was known as "Edo," and native Tokyoites ( Edo-ko ) pride themselves on their ...
This temple was built in 1393 to thwart attacks from the South. It is known as the mortuary temple of the Tokugawa family. The temple is now an important cultural property and the ...
In 1950, the Oji Paper Manufacturing Company established this museum to display its impressive collection of paper and paper-related items. Separate exhibits show the ...