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Presentation of regional spots and neighborhood access around Suidobashi, a town area thriving with many people, for business or for visiting!

Tokyo

Tokyo

Tokyo

The center of Tokyo: in the underground town and the buildings around the station, there are popular shops and elegant restaurants, featuring charming spots together with frontline functions.

On one hand here line up sky scrapers and deluxe department stores, and on the other hand there is the Imperial Palace, a sightseeing spot full of green.

Required time
About 10 minutes by train

Akihabara

Akihabara

Akihabara

Akihabara may be called the sanctuary of anime and comics culture, a cultural field that has evolved to a worldwide influence.

Akihabara is also charming as a sightseeing spot where visitors gather from over the world, being also famous for its Electric Town with large electric appliance Shops lining up.

Required time
About 4 minutes by train

Shinjuku

Shinjuku

Shinjuku

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.

Required time
About 14 minutes by train

Oshiage

Oshiage

Oshiage

Oshiage, a spot that is attracting attention due to the birth of Tokyo Skytree. Starting with Skytree itself, the neighboring area is full of shopping and entertainment facilities.

By contrast with this state-of-the-art sightseeing spot , the downtown of Oshiage has a special atmosphere, swarming with people who enjoy it.

Required time
About 12 minutes by train

Tokyo Dome City

Tokyo Dome City

Tokyo Dome City

Tokyo Dome City is a Large Scale Complex Facility centered on Tokyo Dome.

It is a metropolitan-type entertainment zone that features facilities for "seeing", "playing" and "relaxing", starting with the Commercial Complex LaQua, together with a great variety of restaurants.

Required time
About 7 minutes by train

Kudanshita (Nippon Budokan)

Kudanshita (Nippon Budokan)

Kudanshita (Nippon Budokan)

Built as a Judo Competition Hall for Tokyo Olympic Games in 1964 upon the vestiges of Edo Castle-- the residential castle of Tokugawa Shogun Family in the vicinity of the Imperial Palace, Nippon Budokan is the Mecca of Japanese Martial Arts.

The octagonal form of the building --designed to clearly express main cardinal points North-South-East-West -- and its outlines, which was conceive by pursuing Japanese spiritual symbols, such as the "Giboshi" decorations on the top of the roof.

Required time
About 9 minutes by train

*The required time is rough indications.

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