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Introduction of sightseeing spots in the areas in and around "Yutenji" with easy access to Shibuya, Daikanyama and Jiyugaoka and access to the surrounding areas

Jiyugaoka

Jiyugaoka

Jiyugaoka

A lot of stores and cafes with good sense, and variety stores are lined up in Jiyugaoka, where you can enjoy walking around in the town while do shopping in a relaxed atmosphere.

In Jiyugaoka you can enjoy shopping in an exotic environment including the water way where small boats float and the stone pavement "Mari Claire Street" reminiscent of the cityscape of Europe.

The place is close to "Shibuya" Station, so the area around the station is lively and busy but there is a quiet residential area a bit away from the station.

Required time
About 5 minutes by train

Shibuya

Shibuya

Shibuya

Large fashion buildings such as Parco, 109, Seibu Department Store and Hikarie are lined up in Shibuya.

This spot is very popular with shoppers of the age of 10-20 and foreign tourists, and the town is always crowded with many people walking from and to the terminal station. When going a bit further into any back road, you will find stylish roadside stores and lots of bars and cafes like a secret hideaway.

There are also a variety of small and large cinemas and galleries such as theaters and mini theaters in the area, so it is popular among art lovers.

Required time
About 6 minutes by train

Shinjuku-sanchome

Shinjuku-sanchome

Shinjuku-sanchome

There are a variety of Japanese, Western and Chinese restaurants lined up in the streets. The spot is well located for access to Department Stores Isetan and Marui or to cinemas, the storytellers' theater Shinjuku Suehirotei and Shinjuku Gyoen (Shinjuku Imperial Garden). You can enjoy various activities such as dining at a gourmet restaurant, shopping and sightseeing.

When going a bit further into a busy boulevard, you will find attractive streetscapes with a calm and nostalgic atmosphere of old downtown.

Required time
About 14 minutes by train

Ikebukuro

Ikebukuro

Ikebukuro

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 (Chinese style noodle) shops and stylish cafes with a gallery space.

Required time
About 23 minutes by train

Yokahama

Yokahama

Yokahama

Red brick warehouse and Ferris wheel, and Yokohama Landmark Tower and Intercontinental. If you look in the other direction, you will find many famous spots in Bay Bridge and Yokohama. Any part of the town presents a picturesque scene.

A beautiful night view is one of the attractions, especially the Minato Mirai area in the vicinity of Sakuragi-cho is a popular night view spot.

There are ocean beaches nearby, and also natural parks and aquariums, so people of various ages can enjoy their free time there.

Required time
About 25 minutes by train

*The required time is rough indications.

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