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View of Rainbow Bridge and Minato, from Odaiba in Tokyo

Minato

Tokyo's international district.

Roppongi

It’s post-war reputation as a somewhat seedy entertainment district popular among foreigners has had a recent overhaul, with the building of several large-scale, upmarket commercial centers that have transformed the area into a classy and cosmopolitan meeting place for young professionals...

Meguro

Often overlooked for its more show-stopping next door neighbour, Shibuya, Meguro’s mix of seasonal scenes, traditional festivals and highbrow culture still brings a lot to the Tokyo table...

Jimbocho

Tattered (meaning well-loved) boxes of second-hand fiction can be rifled through as part of a store’s outside display, with many items going for as little as 100 yen...

Mejiro

It's upscale yet understated, offering a bit of residential respite but not a whole lot else in terms of sightseeing...

Uguisudani

For seasonal exploration, this is a good stop to catch some cherry blossoms in the spring...

Kanda

It’s filled with high-rise office buildings that become more prominent as you make your way toward Shin-Nihonbashi, Otemachi and Tokyo station 10-minutes away in either direction...

Osaki Station

Architecture and shopping Osaki New City is connected to the station by a walkway and is host to office buildings, a shopping mall and an art museum...

Shinagawa

The station services 11 train lines and is also a major stop for buying tickets and boarding the Tokaido-Sanyo shinkansen (bullet train)...

Otsuka

The station itself is not too big...

Tokyo Station

Tokyo station is in the heart of Japan’s business and finance areas because of its convenient location, easy access and economical significance...

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