Presentation of regional spots and neighborhood access around Ikebukuro, a town area thriving with many people, for business or for visiting!
Shinjuku - a terminal station of the New Metropolitan Center- has in its eastern part one of the most famous downtown areas in Japan, densely populated with old department stores, specialized stores and restaurants, and in its western part a forest of sky scrapers that constitute the New Metropolitan Center.
Its southern part, the famous entertainment district Kabuki-cho is also charming and colorful, with lots of people coming and going.
Shibuya - a gathering of large fashion buildings, such as Parco and 109, Seibu Department Store, or Hikarie.
It is a favorite place of shopping for people in their teens and twenties, and also a favorite spot of foreign visitors, its terminal station bustling with people in the streets. If you just enter a back street, you can find fashionable street stores, and also many bars and coffee shops that seem like hidden.
Shibuya is popular also among art lovers, as here are located many galleries and cinema theaters of various sizes, including mini-theaters.
In Ueno one can find the first art galleries, museums and zoo founded in Tokyo, such as Mori Art Museum or The National Museum of Science. It is a very attractive area for people interested in the history of Tokyo downtown, that retains a nostalgic atmosphere. Being permanently crowded with tourists, Ueno also ranks among first gourmet areas in Tokyo with an abundance of restaurants.
Narita Airport - air entrance to Japan Narita Airport has attracted attention as lately it has become more and more convenient: now it serves also as a domestic airport for domestic low cost companies, not only for trips overseas.
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