Ueno

Ameya Yokocho: Ameya Yokocho is a busy market street that sells various products such as clothes, bags, cosmetics, fresh fish, dried food and spices. Opening & Closing Hour: Normally depend on the individual shops but typical daily business from 10.00am to 8.00pm. Many stores closed on Wednesday. Directions: Ameya Yokocho is very close to Ueno Station.…

Ikebukuro

Sunshine City: Sunshine City is Tokyo's first city within the city. The main focus of the complex is the 240 meter tall Sunshine 60 skyscraper. The complex contains shops, restaurants, an aquarium, planetarium, museum, indoor theme parks, as well as the Sunshine Prince Hotel and offices. Opening & Closing Hour: Shops: 10.00am - 8.00pm Restaurants: 11.00am…

Sumida

Tokyo Skytree:       Tokyo Skytree have two observation decks which offer amazing views over Tokyo. The two enclosed decks are located at heights of 350 and 450 meters respectively which make them the highest observation decks in Japan and some of the highest in the world.       Opening & Closing Hour: 8.00am -…

Hibiya

Hibiya Park: Hibiya Park is a good place to take a breather. The park have cherry blossom trees which make it a definitely must see during the cherry blossom season. Beside the cheery blossom, there is the Christmas Market where the park have many food stalls with beautiful Christmas illumination and of course crowded with…

Asakusa

Nakamise Shopping Street: Nakamise Shopping Street is usually really crowded during the festive season but that shouldn't stop you from visiting this place since the shops offer local specialties and the usual array of tourist souvenirs.       Opening & Closing Hour: Normally depend on the individual shops but typical daily business from 9.00am to…

Nihonbashi

Currency Museum of the Bank of Japan: Currency Museum of the Bank of Japan display detailed historical currency from Japan and there are plenty of interesting historical coins and bills on display such as Koban (Gold Coins) use in the Edo period. The museum also have a section of Currency of the World. Despite the section…

Odaiba

Venus Fort:       Venus Fort is a shopping complex. The unique thing about Venus Fort is that despite having a normal outer appearance like any other shopping complex in Tokyo. The interior design's of the shopping complex has the style of 18th century South European Town. Venus Fort features over a hundred shops, fashion…

Yurakucho

Hokkaido Dozanka Plaza: The most intriguing thing about Hokkaido Dozanka Plaza is that it specialize in selling Hokkaido items such as standard souvenir confectioneries, hair crabs, seafood, cheese, butter, yogurt, local liquor, beer, and wine. Every three months, it introduces a new item, and some of them become hit items. You can even enjoy fresh ice cream…

Marunouchi

Gransta: Gransta is a shopping complex located though the ticket gate of Tokyo Station in basement level. Gransta consist of shops that sell from foods like cakes, biscuit and sweets to restaurants or cafe where you can wine and dine there to a simple fast food chain.       Opening & Closing Hour: 10.00am…

Nakano

Nakano Sunmall: Nakano Sunmall is a shopping street that has a wide variety of shops which consist of food joints, cafes, watch dealers, jewelers, fashion boutiques, pharmacies, game centers, book stores and others. Opening & Closing Hour: 10.30am - 8.00pm Directions: Nakano Sunmall is located in front of Nakano Station. Nakano Broadway: Nakano Broadway is…