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Odaiba

As a modern city, Now Odaiba is developed into one of Tokyo`s most popular tourist attractions and date spots with a wide selection of shopping dining and leisure options. Including Tokyo Big Sight, Fuji TV Building and Telecom Center, many Tokyo`s boldest architectural creations are grouped in this district.

Access
Taxi: Approx. 45-Minutes
Public Transportation: Take JR Keiyo Line from Kaihin Makuhari Station to Shinkiba Station and transfer to Rinkai Line from Shinkiba Station to Tokyo Teleport Station. 8-minute walk.

Additional Information
The official website of Tokyo Convention & Visitors Bureau:

http://www.gotokyo.org/en/tourists/areas/areamap/odaiba.html

Tokyo Sky Tree

As one of the most impressive figures of Tokyo, Sky Tree is the tallest free-standing broadcasting tower in the world. For visitors who want to take an overall view of Tokyo City, Sky Tree can be a wonderful place. The area under the Sky Tree is a multi-functional town incorporating commerce, culture and business facilities.

Access
Taxi: Approx. 60-MinutesM
Public Transportation: Take JR Keiyo Line from Kaihin Makuhari Station to Hatchobori Station and transfer to Hibiya Line from Hatchobori Station to Ningyocho Station and transfer to Subway of Asakusa Line from Ningyocho Station to Oshiage Station.

Additional Information
The official website of Tokyo Convention & Visitors Bureau:
http://www.gotokyo.org/en/tourists/areas/areamap/asakusa.html

Ginza

Ginza is the most famous upmarket shopping, dining and entertainment district in Tokyo city. Most shops in Ginza are open every day. The most pleasant trip of Ginza must be on weekend afternoons (12:00-17:00 until 18:00 from Apr to Sep) when the central Chuo Dori Street is closed to automobile traffic and become a large pedestrian zone.

Access
Taxi: Approx. 60-Minutes
Public Transportation: Take JR Keiyo Line from Kaihin Makuhari Station to Hatchobori Station and transfer to Hibiya Line from Hatchobori Station to Ginza Station.

Additional Information
The official website of Tokyo Convention & Visitors Bureau:

http://www.gotokyo.org/en/tourists/areas/areamap/ginza.html

Shinjuku

Shinjuku is one of the 23 cities of Tokyo, it refers to the very large entertainment, shopping and business district, many of Tokyo`s tallest building are locating in the center party. Here you can see the most developed and modern scene of Japan`s society.

Access
Taxi: Approx. 60-Minutes
Public Transportation: Take JR Keiyo Line from Kaihin Makuhari Station to Tokyo Station and transfer to JR Chou Line [Rapid Service] from Tokyo Station to Shinjuku Station. Or Take JR Keiyo Line from Kaihin Makuhari Station to Shinkiba Station and transfer Rinkai Line from Shinkiba Station to Shinjuku Station.

Additional Information
The official website of Shinjuku Convention & Visitors Bureau:
http://www.kanko-shinjuku.jp.e.xm.hp.transer.com/

Asakusa

It is the center of Tokyo`s downtown, where an atmosphere of the Tokyo of last decades survives very well, you can experience traditional Japanese foods and culture in Asakusa. It has great many famous and attractive sightseeing spots, such as Kaminari Gate, Sensoji Temple and Sumida Park which can be one of the best Cherry Blossom Viewing spots in Japan. The best way to explore Asakusa is on foot or man powered vehicle.

Access
Taxi: Approx. 60-Minutes
Public Transportation: Take JR Keiyo Line from Kaihin Makuhari Station to Hatchobori Station and transfer to Hibiya Line from Hatchobori Station to Ningyocho Station and transfer to Subway of Asakusa Line from Ningyocho Station to Asakusa Station.

Additional Information
The official website of Tokyo Convention & Visitors Bureau:

http://www.gotokyo.org/en/tourists/areas/areamap/asakusa.html

The Imperial Palace

The location of current Imperial Palace is on the former site of Edo Castle, with a large park area surrounded by massive stone walls in the center of Tokyo, visitors can walk to the Imperial Palace from Tokyo Station in short distance.

Access
Taxi: Approx. 40-Minutes
Public Transportation: Take JR Keiyo Line from Kaihin Makuhari Station to Tokyo Station, 10-minute walk.

Additional Information
The official website of The Imperial Household Agency.
http://www.kunaicho.go.jp/eindex.html

Roppongi

It is said that Roppongi is where Tokyo meets the world. Under the Tokyo Tower, the very classical impressive figure of Japan, great many stylish commercial and dining facilities make Roppongi a must see sightseeing spot. Every day thousands of foreign visitors come to Roppongi from all over the world and make it an international ambiance.

Access
Taxi: Approx. 60-Minutes
Public Transportation: Take JR Keiyo Line from Kaihin Makuhari Station to Hatchobori Station and transfer to Hibiya Line from Hatchobori Station to Roppongi Station.

Additional Information
The official website of Tokyo Convention & Visitors Bureau:

http://www.gotokyo.org/en/tourists/areas/areamap/roppongi.html