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A ADMT (Advertising Museum Tokyo)
Free6218-2500Tue-Fri 11:00-18:30
Sat 11:00-16:30
The museum features about 135,000 advertisements that date back to the Edo Era.
Akihabara Electric District
FreeN/ADepends on shopsThe world biggest electric district.
Ameyoko Market Street
FreeN/AMorning to eveningAmeyoko is a busy market street along the Yamanote line tracks between Okachimachi and Ueno Station.
BBeer Museum Yebisu
Free5423-7255Tue-Sun 10:00-18:00The museum will take visitors to experience new world of the beer through the "MAGIC VISION THEATER"
Bridgestone Museum of Art
8003563-0241Tue-Sat 10:00-20:00
Sun 10:00-18:00
It has held exhibitions on a wide variety of themes, organized lectures and education programs, and published art-related texts.
Vary3477-324410:00-19:30This is the first and largest multi-media, cross-cultural complex of its kind in Japan.
D Diet Building
Free5521-7445Mon-Fri 9:00-17:00
Reservation needed
The legislature of the Japanese government.
E Edo-Tokyo Museum
6003626-9974Tue-Sun 9:30-17:30
Sat 9:30-19:30
The Museum was founded in 1993, as the place, where visitors come to learn more about Tokyofs history and culture.
G Gotoh Museum
7003703-0662Tue-Sun 9:30-16:30Private collection of late chairman of the Tokyu Corporattion. It hold premodern Japanese, Chinese and Korean art.
H Hama Rikyu Garden
3003541-02009:00-17:00The garden of a feudal lord's residence during the Edo Period, is one of Tokyo's most attractive landscape gardens.
Higashi Gyoen (East Garden)
Daily except Mon & Fri
The east garden of the Imperial palace.
I Idemitsu Museum of Arts
10005777-8600Tue-Sun 10:00-17:00
Fri 10:00-19:00
It displays the works of art collected over a period of more than 70 years by the founder of Idemitsu Kosan Co., Ltd.
Imperial Palace
Free3213-2050Tour 10:00 and 13:30
(Reservation needed: Weekdays only.)
Home to the emperor and his family, and Tokyo's geographical and spiritual heart.
J Japan Folk Crafts Museum
10003467-4527Tue-Sun 10:00-17:00It has over 17,000 items in its collection made by anonymous crafts people mainly from Japan.
Japan Traditional Craft Center
Free5954-606611:00-17:00It displays representative objects of the traditional craft designated by the Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry.
K Kabukiza
Vary3541-3131VarySince it opened in 1889,the Kabuki-za theatre with its diverse history, is now the center in traditional culture.
Kanda Myojin Shrine
Free3254-075324hours dailyThe general Tokugawa paid high respect to this shrine.
Koishikawa Korakuen Garden
3003811-30159:00-17:00This is one of the best traditional stroll gardens in Tokyo.
Kokugikan (National Sumo Stadium)
Vary3623-5111VaryThe sumo tournament will be held in this stadium.
Kyu Iwasaki-tei
4003823-83409:00-17:00This is probably the most well preserved and impressive early western style building in Japan.
M Meiji-jingu Shrine
Free3379-55116:40-16:00The Shinto shrine dedicated to the divine souls of Emperor Meiji and his consort, Emperor Shoken.
Museum of Contemporary Art
5005245-4111Tue-Sun 10:00-18:00Exhibits are by international and Japanese artists.
Museum of Maritime Science
7005500-1111Mon-Fri 10:00-17:00
Sat & Sun 10:00-18:00
It has excellent displays dealing with every aspect of ships and shipping.
N National Children's Castle
5003797-5666Tue-Fri 12:30-17:30
Sat & Sun 10:00-17:00
The purpose of the Castle is to offer a place where children can develop healthy, happy, energetic, sound minds and body.
National Museum of Modern Art
4203214-2561Tue-Sun 10:00-17:00
(10:00-20:00 on Fri)
It consists of paintings, sculptures, prints, watercolors, drawings, photographs, and other works dating roughly from the beginning of the 20th century.
National Museum of Western Art
4203828-5131Tue-Sun 9:00-17:00
Fri 9:00-20:00
It was established in 1959 around the core Matsukata Collection as Japan's museum specializing in Western art.
National Noh Theater
Vary3423-1331VaryIt is devoted to presenting classical noh and its accompanying comic drama form kyogen, training young actors and musicians, and documenting performances.
National Science Museum
5003822-0111Tue-Sun 9:00-17:00
Fri 9:00-20:00
It has fewer interactive exhibits but great deal more information.
Nihon Budokan
Vary3216-5100VaryVarieties of martial arts are held.
Nikolai cathedral
Free3291-1885Tue-Fri 13:00-15:00Founded by Nikolai Kasatkin who was chaplain to the Russian consulate in Hokkaido.
O Oedo Onsen Monogatari
Until 6pm 2872
After 6pm 1987
5500-112611:00-23:00Newly developed hot spring theme park.
FreeN/AMorning to nightA tree-lined boulevard often referred to as Tokyo's Champs Elysee's.
Omotesando Hills
Free3497-0310Shops 11:00-21:00Newly opened intelligent building designed by Tadao Ando.
P Palette Town
N/A3599-070011:00-21:00Vast shopping and entertainment complex.
R Rikugi-en Garden
3003941-22229:00-17:00It is one of Tokyo's most beautiful, Japanese style landscape gardens.
Roppongi Hills
Tour 1500
6406-6677Tour 10:00-17:00Japan's most famous intelligent building with shopping mall, cinemas, offices and restaurants.
S Science Museum
6003777-85449:30-16:50Exhibits are mostly interactives. You are invited to manipulate and play with them.
Sensoji Temple
Free3842-0181always openThe temple was completed in 645, making it Tokyo's oldest temple.
Shinagawa Aquariun
13003762-3433Wed-Mon 10:00-17:00Tokyo's finest aquarium.
Shinjuku Gyoen Garden
Closed on Mon
Constructed on the site of a private mansion belonging to Lord Naito, a feudal lord of the Edo era.
Shitamachi Museum
Closed on Mon
It displays relics relating to the lives of these people, including utensils, toys, costumes, and tools, most of which you can pick up and examine more closely.
Sony Building
Free3573-237111:00-19:00A place where the real and virtual worlds link together,as broadband service make and ever-expanding impact on our lives.
Sumida River Cruise
Vary0120-977-311(tool free)Hamarikyu 10:20-16:20
Asakusa 9:45-15:45
The most famous river cruise in Tokyo.
Sword Museum
5253379-1386Tue-Sun 10:00-16:00It is full of fine Japanese swords dating back to the 12th century.
T Takeshita-dori Street
FreeN/AMorning to nightShopping street with thousands of fashionable teenagers.
TEPCO Electric Energy Museum
Free3477-1191Thu-Tue 10:00-18:00It has seven floors exhibits relating to electricity.
Tobacco and Salt Museum
1003476-2041Tue-Sun 10:00-17:30It is a many-sided institution that specializes in the collection and study of materials relating to tobacco and salt.
Toguri Museum of Art
10303465-0070<10:00-19:30Displays Edo-era and Chinese Ming dynasty ceramics.
Tokyo Big Sight
Vary5530-1111VaryThe International Exhibition Center in Tokyo.
Tokyo City View
15006406-66529:00-1:00Offering 360-degree vistas of the bustling metropolis.
Tokyo Disney Land
3595-17779:00`22:00The first Disney theme park opened outside the United States.
Tokyo Disney Sea
3595-17779:00`22:00It has become one of the world's most visited theme park and one of the most popular Disney Parks in the world.
Tokyo Dome
Vary5800-9999VaryIt is Japan's first domed stadium. Baseball games and various other events are held at the dome throughout the year.
Tokyo Dome Amusement Park
Vary5800-999910:00-22:00The Amusement Park next to the Tokyo Dome.
Tokyo Dome Baseball hall of Fame and Museum
4003811-3600Mar-Sep 10:00-18:00
Oct-Apr 10:00-17:00
Closed on Monday
Its purpose is to contribute to the development of baseball in Japan through dedication of baseball greats.
Tokyo Dome@Spa LaQua
25653817-417311:00-9:00It is the most sophisticated of Tokyo's bathing complex.
Tokyo International Forum
Free5221-90008:00-23:00Tokyo's first convention and art center is a magnificent venue embracing a glass atrium and four buildings each housing a unique hall.
Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum
Closed first and third Mon
It provides art lectures and workshops, with the open use of its art library to the public.
Tokyo Metropolitan Children's Hall
Free3409-63619:00-17:00An excellent government sponsored facility for kids, including a rooftop playground, library, music room and craft -making activities.
Tokyo Metropolitan Goverment Building
Free5321-11119:00-4:30243 meters (797 ft) high with forty-eight stories above and three stories below ground.
Tokyo Metropolitan Photography Museum
Vary3280-0031Tue-Sun 10:00-18:00
Thu & Fri 10:00-20:00
It has excellent changing exhibitions of shots by major Japanese and Western photographers.
Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum
2003443-020110:00-18:00This building preserves for the modern viewer the Art Deco style which took the European art world by storm in the 1920's and 30's.
Tokyo National Museum
6003822-1111Tue-Sun 9:30-17:00
Apr-Sep Fri until 20:00
World's largest collections of Japanese art, plus an extensive collection of Oriental antiquities.
Tokyo Stock Exchange
Closed on Sat & Sun
It list around 2500 companies, making it one of the world's top five.
Tokyo Tower
8203433-51119:00-22:00Since its opening in 1958, the Tokyo Tower has been the world's tallest self-supporting steel tower.
Tsukiji Fish Market
Closed on Sun
The world biggest whole sale market.
U Ueno Zoo
6003828-51719:00-17:00Ueno Zoological Gardens is the oldest zoo in Japan. Founded in 1882.
Y Yasukuni-jinja
Free3261-8326Any timeIn total 2.5 million souls (of whom died for Japan) are sleeping in here.
Yasukuni-jinja Yushukan
8003261-8326Mar-Oct 9:00-17:30
Nov-Feb 9:00-17:00
Japanese military museum established in 1882.
Yebisu Garden Place
Free5423-7111Morning to eveningComplex of shops, restaurants and a tower.
Yoyogi-koen Park
Free3469-6081Summer 5:00-20:00
Winter 5:00-17:00
A vast expanse of trees and grass, Yoyogi-koen lies between the Meiji Shrine grounds and the NHK Broadcasting Center.

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