Introduction of sightseeing spots in the areas in and around "Shinjuku" crowded with many people for business trips and sightseeing activities and access to the areas
People often say, "Ikebukuro is a great place to live in." Ikebukuro is an attractive city which provides "a variety of amenities people would need for a rich and full life."
There are the head office of Seibu Ikebukuro, Sunshine City, Tokyu Hands near the east exit of Ikebukuro Station, and Ikebukuro Nishiguchi Park, Tokyo Art Theater and Rikkyo University near the west exit. This place is lively and busy with many people on weekdays as well as weekends.
There are also a variety of 'ramen' shops and stylish cafes with gallery space.
Akihabara is well known as the Mecca of animation and comics, an entertainment culture that has had a great influence on people around the world.
The spot is also famous as a town of electric appliance with many large electronics retailers and a very popular and attractive town as a sightseeing spot attracting tourists from all over the world.
When you step out of the center of the city, you will come across quiet residential areas such as Shoto, and many unique museums as well. If you take a walk, you may find a new side of Shibuya.
Roppongi is well known for Roppongi Hills, Tokyo Midtown and National Art Center. In this area various types of development is going on, from commercial to cultural facilities.
This is now one of the most spotlighted areas to enjoy a lively and fun night life. It is also an important center for international relations where many embassies are scattered.
*The required time is rough indications.