Enjoying Tokyo, the Capital of Water

Start from Tokyo Station!!
To go & see

Tokyo Station


Tokyo Station is the gateway to Tokyo. It offers direct access to Narita and Haneda airports, and is also convenient for taking the Shinkansen. The red brick exterior of the station is impressive, and in the basement of the ticket gates is Gransta Tokyo, with nearly 150 stores.
DATA:Tokyo Station
Address/ 1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0005
From Tokyo Station to Ginza
2 minutes on the Marunouchi Line
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Ginza is a sophisticated district with famous restaurants, luxury brand stores and department stores. On weekends and holidays, the main street is pedestrian-only, allowing visitors to enjoy shopping in a relaxed atmosphere. In Higashi-Ginza, you can enjoy a powerful kabuki performance at the theater.
Address/ Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-0061
From Ginza Station to Tsukiji
15 minutes on foot / 1km
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Tsukiji Outer Market


Although the Tsukiji market has been relocated to Toyosu, the Tsukiji Outside Market is still bustling with activity, with over 400 stores, including specialty tuna stores, fresh fish and shellfish, egg ovens, dry food stores. There are also numerous restaurants, so you can enjoy a meal in the morning.
DATA:Tsukiji Outer Market
Address/ 4-16-2 Tsukiji, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-0045



Nigiri-zushi, also known as Edomae-zushi, was the prototype for today's sushi. Sushi was fast food in the Edo period! Edo people used to have a quick meal at a food stall. Enjoy fresh seafood sashimi♪
From Tsukiji to Hamarikyu
12 minute’s walk / 0.8km
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Hama Rikyu Garden


The Hamarikyu Gardens are a Japanese garden that was owned by the Tokugawa Shoguns during the Edo period, and by the Tokyo Government after the war, and was eventually opened to the public. Visitors can enjoy matcha green tea at the Nakajima Tea House across the bridge and take a leisurely stroll through the garden, which blooms with seasonal flowers throughout the year.
DATA:Hama Rikyu Garden
Address/1-1 Hamarikyu-teien, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-0046
TEL/ 03-3541-0200
From Hamarikyu to Odaiba
12 minutes by taxi / 7.6 km
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A seaside park using breakwaters and inlets. There is also an approximately 800-meter-long sandy beach, and at night the Rainbow Bridge and Tokyo Tower are a must-see when illuminated. Visitors can enjoy shopping at the shopping mall, as well as Joypolis with its attractions and a giant Gundam statue.
Address/ 1-4 Daiba, Minato-ku, Tokyo 135-0091
From Odaiba to TeamLab
Yurikamome 20min. / 7.5km
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Team Lab Planets


Team Lab is popular around the world. Team Lab Planets in Toyosu is based on the concept of "Body Immersive." Visitors can enjoy an immersive experience of becoming one with the art as they move barefoot through the museum, moving through river-like and pond-like areas. Relax and enjoy the fantastic artworks.
DATA:Team Lab Planets
Address/ 6-1-16 Toyosu Koto-ku, Tokyo 135-0061
From Team Lab to Tsukishima



Monja Street in Tsukishima, Tokyo, is home to many famous monja restaurants. The ingredients are similar to those used for okonomiyaki, but the unique method is to put it on a griddle in the shape of a doughnut. It is fun to try making it yourself, and the waiter's skills are also an entertainment!
Go to Tokyo Station area where the hotel is located
Check in at the hotel

Mitsui Garden Hotel Kyobashi


Conveniently located within walking distance from Tokyo Station, Mitsui Garden Hotel Kyobashi offers a "safe" and "relaxing" stay in a space with dignified decoration and elegance. All guest rooms are over 20 square meters in size, allowing you to relax and unwind a little from the bustle of Tokyo.
DATA:Mitsui Garden Hotel Kyobashi
Address/ 1-3-6 Kyobashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-0031
TEL/ 03-3231-3131
To go & see

Pokemon Center Tokyo DX

ポケモンセンタートウキョーDX & ポケモンカフェ

The five Pokémon Centers in Tokyo are official stores that sell card games and software as well as original goods. The Nihonbashi store also has a café! Pikachu plates and Pokémon lattes are too cute to eat!
DATA:Pokemon Center Tokyo DX
Address/ 2-11-2 Nihonbashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 103-0027


To an entertainment town that continues for more than 200 years.

Departure from the hotel

From Tokyo Station to Sky Tree
30 minutes by subway
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Tokyo Sky tree


The Sky Tree is 634 meters high! From the observation deck, you can see the meandering Sumida River, the city of Tokyo, Tokyo Bay, and even Mt. Fuji. At the foot of the tower is Tokyo Solamachi, a commercial facility with over 300 stores. There are also many other attractive facilities, such as a planetarium and an aquarium, where you can enjoy the whole day.
DATA:Tokyo Sky tree
Address/ 1-1-2 Oshiage, Sumida-ku, Tokyo 131-8634
TEL/ 0570-55-0634
To Sky Tree or Asakusa
3 minutes by subway
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Kaminari gate


Kaminarimon is an impressive sightseeing spot with large red lanterns. The God of Wind and the God of Thunder are enshrined on both sides of the lanterns. Passing through the huge lanterns, you will see souvenir shops on both sides, and then head for Sensoji Temple.
DATA:Kaminari gate
Address/ 2-3-1 Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032
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Sensoji temple


Senso-ji Temple is one of the oldest temples in Tokyo, dating back 1,400 years. After purifying yourself in the water house with a statue of the dragon god, go to the "Jokoro" (evergreen incense burner) where smoke billows out. It is said that if the smoke hits the bad part of your body, it will get better.
DATA:Sensoji temple
Address/ 2-3-1 Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032
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Shopping Street


There are many shopping streets in Asakusa! On the west side of Sensoji Temple, each street has its own name and is packed with small stores as you turn down the street! There are izakaya where you can have a drink in the morning, rakugo theaters, amusement parks, and the "Kappabashi Shopping Street" where you can make eating and drinking utensils and food samples, and there is a lot of variety.



The spread of tempura also originated from fast food. As oil production increased during the Edo period, tempura food stalls became popular. Later, with the establishment of specialty stores and ryotei (Japanese-style restaurants), tempura gradually established itself as a luxury food.
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Tokyo from cruise


Tokyo, the city of water, has many narrow rivers, although many are now culverted. Why not enjoy Tokyo from a boat? A cruise on a yakatabune while enjoying tempura or kaiseki cuisine is a beautiful way to see the night view of Tokyo reflected on the river surface. We also recommend taking a water bus. Boats come in a variety of designs and can travel to Asakusa, Odaiba, Nihonbashi, Hamarikyu, Hamamatsucho, Toyosu, and more!
From Asakusa to Ueno
5 minutes by subway

Ameyoko(Ameya Yokocho)


The shopping street that runs along the railroad tracks from Ueno Station to Okachimachi Station was once a prosperous black market after World War II and is still crowded with shoppers. The products range from marine products to fruits and daily necessities. There is also a Korean town lined with yakiniku restaurants and stores selling products of the U.S. military.
Address/ 4-6 Ueno, Taito-ku, Tokyo 110-0005
TE L/ 03-3832-5053
From Ameyoko to Akihabara
5 minutes by train
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Akihabara is overwhelmed by huge, gaudy billboards. As the name "Electric Town" suggests, this city is lined with stores selling home appliances, audio products, and PC-related items, but it is also a mecca for pop culture, including anime, games, and concept cafes, and is popular among foreigners.
Address/ Hanaokacho, Kannda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 101-0028
Akihabara to Tokyo
5 minutes by train

Back to Hotel

Overnight stay at Mitsui Garden Hotel Kyobashi (2nd night)


To the West of Tokyo, to the World of Ghibli♪

Morning walk to the Imperial Palace
10 minutes walk from the hotel
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Tokyo Imperial Palace


The Imperial Palace is the residence of the Emperor and Empress and the palace where various events are held. Some areas are open to the public. The sidewalks around the Imperial Palace are also perfect for running.
DATA:Tokyo Imperial Palace
Address/ 1-1 Chiyoda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0001
Return to the hotel, have breakfast, and depart!

From Tokyo Station to the Tatemono-en
1 hour by train and bus
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Edo Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum


The Edo-Tokyo Open-Air Architectural Museum is a museum that exhibits buildings built from the Edo period to the Showa period. In addition to the buildings, there are relocated lanterns, electric lights, and Showa-era streetcar exhibits that will make you feel like you have stepped back in time! There is also a building that was used as a model for a Ghibli movie. Visitors can experience the transition of Japanese buildings through all five senses.
Data:Edo Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum
Address/ 3-7-1 Sakuracho, Koganei, Tokyo 184-0005
TEL/ 042-388-3300
From Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum to Kichijoji
Approximately 40 minutes by bus and train
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Inogashira Park


As a famous cherry blossom viewing spot, Inokashira Park is crowded with cherry blossom viewers in spring and is popular among families and couples. There is also a zoo, a small shrine, Boats, cafes, and restaurants, so you can spend a whole day here on a warm day.
Data:Inogashira Park
Address/ 1-18-31 Gotenyama, Musashino city, Tokyo 180-0005
Short walks
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The Ghibli Museum


The unique building of the Mitaka no Mori Ghibli Museum of Art is a magical space even inside. The building itself is like a movie world. There are many attractions such as a small movie theater, an exhibition room, and a library. Admission is by appointment only. Visitors can experience the world of Studio Ghibli's works, and original goods are also available as souvenirs! Photo: © Studio Ghibli
Data:The Ghibli Museum
Address/ 1-1-83 Shimorenjaku, Mitaka, Tokyo 181-0013
TEL/ 0570-055777
To Kichijoji Station area
10 minutes on foot

Harmonica Yokocho


Harmonica Yokocho, with its narrow frontage packed with small stores, is a popular place for people from overseas as well, with a wide variety of stores ranging from the izakaya to bars and international cuisine. There are also many small restaurants serving small dishes, making it the perfect place for bar-hopping!!
Data:Harmonica Yokocho
Address/ Kichijoji Honcho, Musashino city, Tokyo 180-0004



Yakitori is now a staple menu item at izakaya. A yakitori restaurant located near Inokashira Park is famous in the city, and the smoke and aroma are so strong that one cannot help but stop! Yakitori, varies in texture and taste depending on the part of the chicken. Enjoy them!!
From Kichijoji to Tokyo
30 minutes by train

Back to the hotel

Overnight stay at Mitsui Garden Hotel Kyobashi (3rd night)


Bathe in the latest Tokyo culture!

Check out of the hotel
20 minutes by train from Tokyo Station to Shibuya
To go & see

Shibuya Crossing


The Shibuya Crossing is said to be the No. 1 symbolic scenery of Tokyo. It is the busiest intersection in the world, with up to 3,000 people passing through the intersection at one time. When you come here, you can fully enjoy the atmosphere of Tokyo! No matter which street you go down, you will find fun stores going on. Also check out the statue of loyal dog Hachiko in front of the station!
Data:Shibuya Crossing
Address/ 2-2-1 Dogenzaka, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0043
Head to Miyashita Park
3 minutes walk
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MIYASHITA PARK is a newly renovated complex that stretches 330 meters from Shibuya station toward Harajuku and Omotesando. 1-3 floors house stores and restaurants, and the rooftop is a grassy plaza that seems to reach for the sky! On sunny days, you can spend a pleasant time here. It also has a hotel on the north side.
Address/ 6-20-10 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0001
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Harajuku Takeshita-dori and Omotesando have completely different street atmospheres, with a condensed teenage pop culture atmosphere, crammed with small general stores and trendy sweets stores. Omotesando is a spacious street lined with zelkova trees and, in contrast to Takeshita-dori, is lined with sophisticated and fashionable stores.
10 minutes walk from Omotesando to a sacres shrine
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Meiji Shrine


Meiji Jingu Shrine, located in the midst of a vast forest, is said to attract the largest number of visitors for the first visit of the year in Japan. The forest that leads from the approach to the shrine is a sacred atmosphere that purifies the mind. It is so quiet and peaceful that it is hard to believe that you are in the heart of the city.
Data:Meiji Shrine
Address/ 1-1 Yoyogi Kamizonocho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 151-8857
From Meiji Shrine to Shinjuku
5 minutes by train
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Shinjuku is a city with a variety of faces: the west side is lined with skyscrapers including the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building, the east side is lined with department stores and movies, the south side is Shinjuku Gyoen with its vast nature, and the north side is Kabukicho with its neon lights, each area has a completely different atmosphere.
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Kabukicho Tower


Kabukicho Tower, which opened in 2023, is one of the largest entertainment facilities in East Japan! There are live houses, theaters, cinemas, and galleries, and various events such as Kabuki, concerts, entertainment shows, and talk shows are held here. There is also a hotel and a food hall, so you can enjoy yourself until late at night.
Data:Kabukicho Tower
Address/ 1-29-1 Kabukicho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 160-0021
End of Tour


Tour Fee
Per Person
Off Season (1 room for 2 people) 50,000 JPY~
Peak Season (1 room for 2 people) 72,000 JPY~
3 nights’ accommodation / tax

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