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The crossroads of Shibuya (Tokyo) is one of the emblematic places of the district.

The Shibuya District

Shibuya is, without doubt, the most fascinating and most vibrant district of Tokyo.

The kamiramon, thunder gate marks the entrance to the Senso-ji temple in Asakusa (Tokyo).

Asakusa district

One of the capitals most popular districts, both tourists and locals shop here before going to Senso-ji temple.

Temple géant des otakus, Akihabra regorge de salles de jeux vidéo.

Akihabara: Tokyo's "electric" district

Located in the east of Tokyo, Akihabara is famous for its manga and animation stores.

Although he appears quiet suburban area, is home to the Ghibli Kichijoji and Inokashira Onshi Koen museum.

Kichijoji

To the west of Tokyo, Kichijoji is one of the favorite neighborhoods of Tokyo inhabitants, polls put it at the head of the most popular places of residence.

The Rainbow Bridge in Tokyo

Odaiba

An artificial island reclaimed from the waters of the Pacific Ocean, this futuristic neighborhood was born and raised as a place of leisure.

Kanda is a giant bookstore frequented by students from many prestigious universities.

Kanda

With its renowned schools, its higher education institutions and Meiji University, the Kanda district concentrates more than one hundred and fifty bookstores!

The Cocoon Tower

The Mode Gakuen Cocoon Tower is one of the most innovative buildings in Tokyo. Completed in 2009, it stands out in the relatively sober architectural landscape of Shinjuku.

The Antiquated Arakawa Tramway

Why not visit Tokyo aboard a charming old retro tram retro, and discover all the picturesque sites the city has to offer.

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