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Places to See

Ikebukuro Ueno Asakusa Akihabara, Kanda Nihombashi, Ningyocho Marunouchi, The Imperial Palace Odaiba Ginza Shibuya Akasaka, Roppongi, Aoyama Shinjuku
Tokyo Station City
Tokyo Station City is a complex development project including a station basement area and two high-rises around the Yaesu Exit. It contains department stores, business offices, stores, and hotels. English speaking staff members are positioned and foreign currency exchange and purchasing tickets for foreigners are available at the JR EAST Travel Service Center near the North Exit of the Marunouchi side. At GranSta on the basement floor, English speaking staff and foreign currency exchange is also available.
Tokyo Station City
Yaesu, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Depends on facility
Depends on facility
- http://www.tokyostationcity.com/ (Japanese version only)
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Shin-Marunouchi Building
The Shin-Marunouchi Building was opened in April, 2007. It is a business and commercial building located in front of the Marunouchi Exit of Tokyo Station. High-quality and unique shops targeting adult men and women are popular for their sophisticated atmosphere. There are also a goods shop selling tenugui, or Japanese towels, chopsticks and other traditional goods.
Shin-Marunouchi Building
1-5-1, Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
Shop: 11am-9pm (Mon.-Sat.), 11am-8pm (Sun.and Holi.), Restaurant: 11am-11pm (Mon.-Sat.), 11am-10pm (Sun.and Holi.)
Depends on shop
- http://www.marunouchi.com/e/
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The Imperial Palace
General Ohta Dokan built this palace in 1457 and for 264 years after the first Shogun Tokugawa Ieyasu entered the city at the start of the Tokugawa Shogunate the palace was known as Edo Castle. The focal point of the Meiji Restoration, the castle changed name to The Imperial Palace when the then Meiji Emperor took up residence in the new capital of Tokyo.
The Imperial Palace
Chiyoda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
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- http://www.kunaicho.go.jp/
03-3213-1111
(The Imperial Household Agency)
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Kitanomaru Park
To the north of the Imperial Palace is an area rich in greenery known as Kitanomaru Park. The Science Museum, the Nippon Budokan, The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo and National Archives of Japan can all be found in the park.
Kitanomaru Park
Kitanomaru-koen, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
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- http://www.env.go.jp/nature/nationalgardens/ (Japanese version only)
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The East Gardens of the Imperial Palace
These gardens are the only gardens in the Imperial Palace open to visitors. The gardens have a total area of around 210,000 square meters and a walk in the gardens enjoying the history of the area is well recommended.
The East Gardens of the Imperial Palace
Chiyoda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
9am-4pm (Mar.-Oct.), 9am-3.30pm (Nov.-Feb.)
Mon. (If Mon. is a national holiday, Tue. will be closed), Fri., Dec.23, Dec.28-Jan.3
Free http://www.kunaicho.go.jp/
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JR Tokyo Station
The Marunouchi exit of Tokyo Station was constructed 80 years ago with over 7.6 million red bricks to produce a facade that is known throughout Japan and is similar in style to the main station in Amsterdam.
JR Tokyo Station
1-9-1, Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
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Marunouchi Building
This building was opened in 1923 and featured shopping areas on the first floor with the second floor reserved for public use. As such, it attracted a lot of interest at the time; the end of the Taisho period. The building was reconstructed in 2002 with 37 floors and is now a business-cum-culinary-cum-retail symbol of Marunouchi as Japan enters the 21st century.
Marunouchi Building
2-4-1, Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
Shop: 11am-9pm (Mon.- Sat.), 11am-8pm (Sun. & holidays)
Restaurants: 11am-11pm (Mon.- Sat.), 11am-10pm (Sun. & holidays)
Depends on shop
- http://www.marunouchi.com/e/
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Marunouchi Oazo
Marunouchi Oazo, a commercial complex built just north of JR Tokyo Station, opened September in 2004. A commercial building in the complex houses 31 restaurants and bars from the B1 Floor to the sixth floor, and a bookstore boasting an inventory of about 1.2 million books, one of the biggest in Japan run by Maruzen Co. It also houses the 205-room Marunouchi Hotel, from the seventh floor to the 17th floor.
Marunouchi Oazo
1-6-4, Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
5F-6F: Restaurants 11am-11pm
1F-4F: Book Store 9am-9pm
B1F-2F: Restaurants 9am-9pm, Shops 10am-9pm
Jan.1, 3rd Sunday on Feb.
- http://www.marunouchi.com/e/
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Marunouchi-Naka-Dori Street
Naka-Dori Street runs from Yuraku-cho to the Marunouchi district and contains a large number of exclusive outlets including brand boutiques and fashionable restaurants. The street is a continual hive of activity and along its length many different aspects of Marunouchi can be seen.
Marunouchi-Naka-Dori Street
Tokyo International Forum
Tokyo International Forum is the convention and art center of Japan. Four buildings and a glass atrium each house unique halls and can be used as theaters, conference rooms or exhibition halls. This is a spot where cultures around the world and information are gathered.
Tokyo International Forum
3-5-1, Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
7am-11:30pm
Open 365 days a year
- http://www.t-i-forum.co.jp/
03-5221-9000 03-5221-9011
Imperial Theater
The Imperial Theater was opened in 1911 as the first Western style theater in Japan. Various programs, such as musicals and plays are continually shown and the theater has been a leader in the performing arts of the nation since its founding.
Imperial Theater
3-1-1, Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
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- http://www.toho.co.jp/ (Japanese version only)
03-3213-7221 03-3212-4623
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