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First opened in 1935, the historic Tsukiji fish market created an outer market region, thanks to its massive popularity. Known as the Tsukiji Outer Market, this vibrant landmark sells a variety of items like fresh produce, fish, utensils as well as ready to eat food. The market came into existence as a need to cater to non-wholesale customers, who were initially barred from entering the area for it was solely commercial. Even though the historic inner market has shut shop, you can still enjoy the unique shopping culture at the Outer Market.
Built as a tribute to the soldiers and war heroes of Japan, the Yasukuni Shrine is a notable Shinto Shrine of the country. The shrine commemorates 2,466,532 people comprising of civilians and military and also including those from Taiwan and Korea who once served under the Japanese Emperor. Chinreisha, a separate shrine on the premise houses memorials for the soldiers who fought in opposition to Japan. The architecture of the wooden shrine is remarkable with green and gold embellished roofs and massive courtyards and quadrants dappled with cherry blossoms. The shrine has been a center of conflict, however, is also the hub for several festivals and events of the city. An intriguing site, the Yasukuni Shrine has garnered a lot of attention from locals as well as tourists.
Con un nombre que hace alusión a la iluminación colorida que lo caracteriza, el Puente Arcoíris cubre la bahía desde el Muelle Shibaura hasta Odaiba, una de las principales zonas gastronómicas de Tokio. Este puente de ocho carriles y doble vía para trenes también cuenta con un sendero peatonal y torres de observación. Inaugurado en 1993, el puente de suspención mide unos 918 meros de largo y tiene una distancia de 570 metros entre las torres. Otra manera de disfrutar de este puente espectacular es mediante uno de los monorrieles Yurikamome que salen de Shimbashi. Si prefieren las aguas, pueden subirse a un crucero y recorrer el río desde el Muelle Hinode hasta Asakusa.
If you wish to see a beautiful view of Tokyo, this is one of the best places! There is an artificial sandy beach, and you can see the sunset and a night view of Tokyo over the sea. In the spring, you can see cherry blossoms along the streets in this park. In the summer, you can see the Odaiba fireworks events. You can enjoy this place in any season!
Rikugien is another of Tokyo's most beloved gardens - it has inspired poetry for nearly four centuries and, indeed, contains poetry within its grounds; 88 landscapes from traditional waka poetry have been lovingly recreated here, within the huge 24-acre area. It is laid out in traditional kaiyu style (from the Edo period), with paths winding around a central pond, and small hills built in as features. It's a magical place to sit on a bench and look at the burnished copper of the maple leaves, or relax under the shade of one of the evergreens. It is also home to one of the most famous iconic trees in Japan, the Cherry Blossom, which is one of the first things that comes to mind when one thinks of Japan. Also housing a cafe within, you can enjoy some matcha tea and biscuits while you admire the tranquil pond and the trees in vicinity.
Este parque lleno de bellezas naturales se encuentra junto al Altar Meiji Jingu y hasta 1996 recibió a las bandas de rock amateur de Tokio todos los domingos. Después de un tiempo las bandas comenzaron a reunirse en Omotesando y el Parque Yoyogi recobró su tranquilidad innata. Ahora es uno de los sitios favoritos de las familias, que se acercan para caminar entre los estanques repletos de las famosas carpas japonesas, llamadas koi, los domingos por la tarde. Durante los meses de verano es posible alquilar bicicletas dentro del parque.
Shimokitazawa is one of the birthplaces of subculture in Tokyo. This place is especially famous for the second-hand clothing stores, clubs, theaters, and cafes that are typical hot spots in this area. This place guarantees a good time for tourists with never-ending shopping, sightseeing, and dining options. Some of the old cafes have been local favorites for years and still continue to function. You can feel the atmosphere of vintage Tokyo in Shimokitazawa.