Hotel
The Peninsula Tokyo
Hotel

The Peninsula Tokyo

Conrad Tokyo
Hotel

Conrad Tokyo

The Tokyo Station Hotel
Hotel

The Tokyo Station Hotel

Dai-ichi Hotel Tokyo
Hotel

Dai-ichi Hotel Tokyo

Dai-ichi Hotel Annex
Hotel

Dai-ichi Hotel Annex

Imperial Hotel, Tokyo
Hotel

Imperial Hotel, Tokyo

Palace Hotel Tokyo
Hotel

Palace Hotel Tokyo

Marunouchi Hotel
Hotel

Marunouchi Hotel

Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo At Marunouchi
Hotel

Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo At Marunouchi

Mandarin Oriental Tokyo
Hotel

Mandarin Oriental Tokyo

Sightseeing
Tsukiji Market
Sightseeing

Tsukiji Market

Tokyo International Forum
Sightseeing

Tokyo International Forum

The East Gardens of the Imperial Palace
Sightseeing

The East Gardens of the Imperial Palace

Kitanomaru Garden
Sightseeing

Kitanomaru Garden

Hibiya Park
Sightseeing

Hibiya Park

Hama-rikyu Gardens
Sightseeing

Hama-rikyu Gardens

Shopping
Ginza Mitsukoshi
Shopping

Ginza Mitsukoshi

Matsuya Ginza
Shopping

Matsuya Ginza

KITTE
Shopping

KITTE

Tokyu Plaza Ginza
Shopping

Tokyu Plaza Ginza

Mitsukoshi Nihonbashi Main Store
Shopping

Mitsukoshi Nihonbashi Main Store

Daimaru Tokyo
Shopping

Daimaru Tokyo

Wako
Shopping

Wako

Nihombashi Takashimaya
Shopping

Nihombashi Takashimaya

COREDO Nihonbashi
Shopping

COREDO Nihonbashi

COREDO Muromachi1,2and3
Shopping

COREDO Muromachi1,2and3

Sony Building
Shopping

Sony Building

Tokyo Character Street
Shopping

Tokyo Character Street

Marunouchi Building
Shopping

Marunouchi Building

Shin-Marunouchi Building
Shopping

Shin-Marunouchi Building

Art/Culture
The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo
Art/Culture

The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo

Crafts Gallery, The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo
Art/Culture

Crafts Gallery, The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo

The National Film Center
Art/Culture

The National Film Center

Bridgestone Museum of Art (Closed; under reconstruction)
Art/Culture

Bridgestone Museum of Art (Closed; under reconstruction)

Idemitsu Museum of Art
Art/Culture

Idemitsu Museum of Art

Imperial Theatre
Art/Culture

Imperial Theatre

Kabukiza Theatre
Art/Culture

Kabukiza Theatre

Shimbashi Enbujo Theatre
Art/Culture

Shimbashi Enbujo Theatre

Tokyo Takarazuka Theater
Art/Culture

Tokyo Takarazuka Theater

Park/Amusement
Kitanomaru Garden
Park/Amusement

Kitanomaru Garden

Hibiya Park
Park/Amusement

Hibiya Park

Hama-rikyu Gardens
Park/Amusement

Hama-rikyu Gardens

Tokyo Takarazuka Theater
Park/Amusement

Tokyo Takarazuka Theater

Hotel
The Peninsula Tokyo
Conrad Tokyo
The Tokyo Station Hotel
Dai-ichi Hotel Tokyo
Dai-ichi Hotel Annex
Imperial Hotel, Tokyo
Palace Hotel Tokyo
Marunouchi Hotel
Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo At Marunouchi
Mandarin Oriental Tokyo
Sightseeing
Tsukiji Market
Tokyo International Forum
The East Gardens of the Imperial Palace
Kitanomaru Garden
Hibiya Park
Hama-rikyu Gardens
Shopping
Ginza Mitsukoshi
Matsuya Ginza
KITTE
Tokyu Plaza Ginza
Mitsukoshi Nihonbashi Main Store
Daimaru Tokyo
Wako
Nihombashi Takashimaya
COREDO Nihonbashi
COREDO Muromachi1,2and3
Sony Building
Tokyo Character Street
Marunouchi Building
Shin-Marunouchi Building
Art/Culture
The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo
Crafts Gallery, The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo
The National Film Center
Bridgestone Museum of Art (Closed; under reconstruction)
Idemitsu Museum of Art
Imperial Theatre
Kabukiza Theatre
Shimbashi Enbujo Theatre
Tokyo Takarazuka Theater
Park/Amusement
Kitanomaru Garden
Hibiya Park
Hama-rikyu Gardens
Tokyo Takarazuka Theater

Tokyo/Nihonbashi/Ginza

Tokyo ( Marunouchi / Yaesu )


The surrounding areas of Tokyo station is the center of Japan and can be divided into the Marunouchi area and Yaesu area across the station.

Marunouchi was originally a residential site for Shinpan and Fudai Daimyos who were lords that were relatives of the Tokugawa family. Currently it serves as Japan’s center of politics, economics and international business. There are a lot of Head Offices of various companies, sophisticated commercial facilities and restaurants. In addition, it takes only 15 minutes’ walk from Marunouchi to the Imperial Palace.

On the other hand, Yaesu has not only a business area but a downtown distinct with Karaokes and electrical appliance stores. The Gran Roof, which is a shopping mall designed in the motif of a light sail completed in 2013, is popular among people as a new landmark.

Recommended route to the main spot (Wheelchair accessible route)

Imperial Palace (Ootemon Gate)
First, go out of Tokyo station Marunouchi South Exit ticket gate and go down the right side slope, then turn left along the slope and go straight. When you get to an intersection in front of KITTE, turn right and cross a crosswalk. When you come to the Gyoko Street, turn left and go straight to Hibiya Street. Once you get to Hibiya Street, turn right, cross a crosswalk, turn left and cross the next crosswalk ahead. Walk with the moat on your right side, cross a crossroad at Uchibori Street and turn right. Go straight along the Oote moat on your left side and you’ll arrive around the Imperial Palace.

The station guide of Tokyo Station is here


Nihonbashi

Nihonbashi first emerged in the 17th century, the same era when the first shogun Tokugawa Ieyasu established the Edo shogunate and improved the waterways where Nihonbashi served as a key bridge. It became Japan's main avenues of transportation and acted as the starting point for Japan's five Gokaido roads. The Nihonbashi area has been truly the center of commerce, financial markets, and business. There are still many historical buildings and traditional shops that boast an over 100-years history

Recommended route to the main spot (Wheelchair accessible route)

Nihombashi Mitsukoshi Main Store / COREDO Muromachi

Both Nihombashi Mitsukoshi Main Store and COREDO Muromachi 1,2,3 are directly connected with the underground passage of Mitsukoshimae Subway Sta. on the Ginza line (ORANGE) / Hanzomon line (PURPLE).
Main Bldg.: Exit A5, Annex Bldg.: Exit B4

Nihombashi Takashimaya


Nihombashi Takashimaya is directly connected with Exit B2 of Nihombashi Subway Sta. on the Ginza line (ORANGE) / Tozai line (SKY). Alternatively, you can walk there through Sakura-dori St. from JR Tokyo Station (Yaesu gate) in about 10 minutes

Ginza

Ginza is an area earlier westernized in central Tokyo and now Tokyo's most polished leading shopping district. Ginza features traditional department stores, brand name shops, and luxury retailers. You can enjoy "Gin-bura", which means wandering in Ginza, particularly around Chuo-dori Ave. and Harumi-dori Ave. Chuo-dori Ave. is a pedestrian mall from 12:00-17:00(18:00) on weekends.

Recommended route to the main spot (Wheelchair accessible route)

Directions to the ground level (Recommendation) Ginza Subway Station
Ginza line / Hibiya line: The elevator at the left of the underground entrance of Ginza Mitsukoshi is convenient.
Marunouchi line: The elevator located between exit C5 and C7 is recommended

Ginza Mitsukoshi

Ginza Mitsukoshi is directly connected with Ginza Subway Sta. on the Ginza line (ORANGE) / Hibiya line (SILVER). If you take the Marunouchi line (RED), go to the ground level first because there are stairs on the way to the Ginza line from the Marunouchi line. Go straight for four blocks to the intersection of Chuo-dori Ave. and Harumi-dori Ave.

Kabukiza Theatre

Kabukiza Theatre is directly connected with Higashi-ginza Subway Sta. on the Ginza line and Hibiya line (SILVER) / Asakusa line (ROSE). It is about 5 minutes’ walk from Ginza Subway Station.

TokyoJR Line
Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line
GinzaTokyo Metro Ginza Line
Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line
Tokyo Metro Hibiyai Line