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Tokyo Metropolis

Tokyo Metropolis is the largest metropolitan in the world and Japan's political capital. It comprises of 23 special wards covering the former City of Toyko, municipalities west of the city and two outlaying island chains.

City Centre :

Taito Special Ward

Location:
City centre, within former City of Tokyo
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Kaminarimon

Sensoji Temple

Sensoji Temple

Sensoji Temple

Ueno Park

Sumida Special Ward

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City centre, within former City of Tokyo
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Sumida Cityscape

View of Tokyo Skytree and Asahi Breweries Headquarters. The 634m Tokyo Skytree is the tallest tower in the world.

Chiyoda Special Ward

Location:
City centre, within former City of Tokyo
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Tokyo Station

The red brick station is in use since 1914.

Mitsubshi Ichigokan Museum

A reconstruction of the first red brick office building in the area in 1894.

Shinjuku Special Ward

Location:
City centre, within former City of Tokyo
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Street Shopping

Chuo Special Ward

Location:
City centre, within former City of Tokyo
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Ginza Landmark

Toyko's most popular upscale fashion, shopping and dining district. San-ai Building and Ginza 4-chrome Intersection.

Wako Departmetnal Store and Clock Tower

Ginza

Minato Special Ward

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City centre, within former City of Tokyo
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Roppongi Hills

Ota Special Ward

Location:
City centre, within former City of Tokyo
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Haneda Airport

Bunkyo Special Ward

Location:
City centre, within former City of Tokyo
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Tokyo University Akamon Gate

The school compound was the former residence of the Maeda family. The gate was built in 1827 when the daughter of a Shogun married into the Maeda family.

Tokyo University

The best university in Japan and one of the top in Asia and world. The Honbgo Campus is in this ward.

Shibuya Special Ward

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City centre, within former City of Tokyo
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Takeshita Street

A shopping street in Harajuku.

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