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Tokyo Skytree

The Tokyo Skytree (東京スカイツリー) marks a point in Tokyo where tradition and innovation meet. It is the tallest tower in the world which serves as a broadcasting, restaurant and observation tower all in one. Built with cutting-edge Japanese technology, there's no fears about the safety of this huge structure....

Would you like to see the urban landscape of Tokyo from a bird's-eye view? Would you like to experience one of Japan's many impressive artificial landmarks? Don't miss Tokyo Skytree, located in Sumida-ku (墨田区) in Tokyo. Tokyo Skytree Skytree is the "tallest free-standing broadcast tower in the world as of 2011"...

Tokyo is the capital of Japan and one of the most glamorous cities in Asia. With its low crime rate, countless bars and restaurants, and numerous cultural and historical sites, it's no wonder that it sees millions of tourists every year. The Tokyo 2020 Olympics are coming and an even...

The Sumida River (Sumidagawa 隅田川), one of Tokyo’s classic waterways, is a photographer’s dream. With waterside terraces, appealing atmosphere, and breathtaking views, it’s a definite “must” on any tourist’s list. Yet sadly, many fail to take advantage of this fun, free opportunity. Originating in Chichibu (秩父), Saitama (埼玉), the Sumidagawa...

Did you know that there are a variety of activities in Japan that you can participate in to mark the momentous occasion of the new year coming in? Other than letting your hair down during countdown parties or reflecting on the past year and making New Year's resolutions, why...

Many fans of Japan and the Japanese culture, be it new or old, are familiar with the '90s game of Pokémon (ポケモン) – traveling around a 2D world collecting Pocket Monsters (ポケットモンスター). Even though we may have grown up, as we have seen from the recent release of Pokémon...

Asakusa is known for being one of the few areas of Tokyo which have retained a sense of a bygone era with the Sensoji Temple, Tokyo's oldest, attracting a daily influx of tourists. One way to escape the tourists but still enjoy the area is to head to Bar...

Tokyo Solamachi, which is the name of the complex that is attached to the Tokyo Skytree, offers an enormously wide variety of souvenir shops that are definitely great places to pick up souvenirs from for anyone. This article concentrates on some of the more traditional Japanese shops that can...

Why yes, not only is there an amusement park in Asakusa, but one so close to Senso-ji Temple! The Hanayashiki Park was initially conceived as a flower garden themed park in 1853 near the end of the Edo period, but it is now best known for being Japan’s oldest...

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