Tokyo is the capital of Japan, and is also the city with the nation’s largest concentration of people. It is a center for economic, political, and cultural activities. Tokyo is the source of the economic, political, and cultural activities. Tokyo is the source of the latest fashion and cutting-edge technologies, while at the same time is a place where you can enjoy the time- honored, traditional culture of Japan. A steady stream of new talked-about spots are emerging, while the city continues to turn out new trends. The Olympic and Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020 are scheduled to be held here. People around the world look at Tokyo and see a place where all kinds of activites and preparations are in progress.

Kyoto & Osaka

Important places


The home of Japa’s youth culture. Look for shops selling kawaii(cute)items unique to Japan after experiencing the famous intersection with the diagonal crosswalk right outside Shibuya Station.

Tokyo Railway station

Tokyo Railway Station

Mt. Takao

Mt. Takao


You’ll find an entertainment district to the east and a high-rise office block to the west of Shinjuku Station, the busiest in Japan. One popular spot is the Omide Yokocho Side Street, an alley filled with small, old-fashioned bars.


A street for shopping lined with department stores and luxury brand stored from all over the world.
Many first-class restaurants offering department stores and luxury brand stores from all over the world. Many first-class restaurant offering a selection of global cuisine can be found here.

Asakusa / Ueno

This neighborhood is a place where people can enjoy the traditional atmosphere of Japan. One of the famous landmarks is the gigantic lantern hanging from the Kaminarimon Gate. Many tourists visit this area.

Imperial Palace

The Imperial palace is located in the heart of Tokyo, and serves as the residence of the Imperial Family of Japan. The Imperial Palace is surrounded by moats and castle walls, and a portion of the palace grounds are open to the public as a park space. The East Gardens of the Imperial Palace are open to the general public five days a week. In addition, people are allowed to enter the lnui-dori Street area to view the beautiful cherry blossoms in spring and colored leaves in fall.

Illumination in Roppongi​

Illumination in Roppongi

Tokyo Skytree

Tokyo Skytree