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Senso-ji Temple

   Legend to the year 628, two brothers have brought a statue of Kannon, the god of mercy, the Sumida River. Even if the brothers put the statue back into the river, she was returning to her always. The temple was complete in 645, making it the oldest temple in Tokyo. When approaching the temple, visitors first pass through Kaminarimon (Thunder Gate) outside the temple gate and the symbol Sensoji Asakusei.      A shopping street of over...

Ginza

 Ginza, district and a street with the same name, a consumer paradise for luxury shops, the most famous brands, the most outstanding restaurants and modern nightclubs. Here you will find the most expensive stores in the world, artistically decorated windows using the latest technologies. Ginza is considered a museum of economic progress in Japan. Saturdays and Sundays and during festivals, the street is closed and became a great pedestrian traffic....

Odaiba

  Odaiba is the city of the future. Fuji TV building is one of the most representative buildings in the area, the 25th floor observation Haiti, a gigantic globe of glass where sedeschide a unique view where you can see Tokyo as of any other party. Venus Fort - "a city within a city" created especially for women. Outside is not attractive at all, seems more like a warehouse for military aircraft, but inside you will find a modern shopping center, exclusively decorated in It...

Roppongi Mall in Tokyo, Japan

   Along the famous Museum of Art Mills, the complex comprises of brand designers such as Ann Sui, Christian Lacroix and Escada. The mall also has an impressive list of restaurants, which include among others the famous "L’atelier" of Joel Robuchon. There are a number of massage parlors, s┼čli force or playgrounds for children....

Meiji Shrine in Tokyo, Japan

   Tokyo is the capital and also largest city of Japan. Is a megalapalopolis. Tokyo, "eastern capital" and capital "rising sun country, in 1869, turned into a brilliant city.    Tokyo Meiji Shrine Temple was built in memory of emperor Meiji who led Japan between 1867-1912. Meiji Shrine is the most visited shrine in Japan, being visited by several million people annually. The complex is built in a traditional Japanese style in the centre of Tokyo...

Asakusa

  Asakusa is the largest district of the city, situated on the Sumida River. It is famous for numerous shops, cinemas, night life and clubs, and recreation centers. The historic center of the district is Sensoij Temple, the oldest Buddhist temple, in Japan 83% of the population by religion are Buddhist. This temple was built for the goddess of Kannon, the most respected and beloved goddess, symbol of kindness and compassion for all who suffer. The ensemble consists of 10 buildings o...

Imperial Palace

  Japanese imperial dynasty dynasty is the oldest known, according to chronicles of the first emperor ascended the throne in 660 IHR. Imperial Palace, a symbol of Japanese culture, is located in the city, surrounded by a park with high cliffs, protecting the entire area from the rest of Megalopolis. If you want to visit the Palace, is open only two times a year: on January 2nd (when the new year) and on December 23 (the birthday of the king). Palace actually dates from late 16th cen...

Shinjuku Gyoen National Park

  In Japan, the beauty of nature is a sacred thing and appreciated that in any other part of the world. Tokyo has an impressive number of parks, over 7000, most of them Shinjuku Gyoen, occupying 58.3 hectares and has approximately 20,000 trees, 1500 of them cherry. From mid February to April, offers a novelty, and trees in bloom is the most visited area in Japan. In the month of November tourists come to admire blooming chrysanthemums, cultivated by traditional techniques....

Tokyo Tower

  After the war the government sought a monument to symbolize the rebirth of Japan as a world superpower, so they decided to build its own Eiffel Tower in the heart of the capital. Its construction was completed in 1958 and entered the Guinness Book of Records as the tallest tower of steel....


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