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  1. Tokyo/Chiyoda

    Chiyoda () Ward is the center of Tokyo and in many ways the center of all Japan. A mere 12 km² houses the Imperial Palace, the Diet, the ministries of Kasumigaseki, the corporate headquarters of Marunouchi, the controversial Yasukuni Shrine...

  2. Tokyo (prefecture)

    Tokyo Metropolis ( Tōkyō-to) covers the city of Tokyo, a bulk of the plain of Kanto and a chain of islands extending thousands of kilometers south.

  3. Tokyo/Akihabara

    Akihabara (秋葉原) is Tokyo]'s "Electric Town", located on the eastern side of the central [[Tokyo/Chiyoda|Chiyoda ward. The area houses thousands of shops selling every technological gadget you can imagine, from computers to gaming consoles and vacuums to DVDs, at reasonable prices.

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  4. Tokyo/Ginza
  5. Tokyo/Shinbashi

    Shinbashi (also Romanized as Shimbashi) (新橋) is a district of central Tokyo which is a significant business center and commercial area, although not quite as busy as Shinjuku or Shibuya to the west.

  6. Tokyo/Shiodome

    Shiodome (汐留) is a district of the Minato ward of central Tokyo, Japan.

  7. Tokyo/Akasaka

    Akasaka (赤坂) is one of Tokyo's central business districts, full of corporate headquarters and expensive hotels. The area is directly adjacent to Nagatacho, one of Tokyo's prime concentrations of bureaucracy, and only a stone's throw from the Imperial Palace in Chiyoda.

  8. Tokyo/Chuo
  9. Tokyo/Minato

    Minato (港区) is a ward in central Tokyo. The name means "port", referring to its seaside location, although due to reclamation many areas in the district are quite far from the sea these days.

  10. Tokyo/Roppongi

    Roppongi (六本木) is an expensive section of Tokyo's Minato ward famous for its nightlife, much of which is geared towards foreigners. It is also a major daytime attraction, with two massive shopping and dining complexes, and various museums.

  11. Tokyo/Bunkyo
  12. Tokyo/Ueno

    If you want to get a feel for old Tokyo, Ueno () in the Taito district is a good place to start. Entirely lacking in high-rise condos or whiz-bang shopping malls, by Tokyo standards it's distinctly downmarket, in contrast to places like Ginza, but that means that eating, shopping and drinking are all affordably priced.

  13. Tokyo/Taito
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  15. Tokyo/Harajuku

    For the young and fashionable teenager, spending time in Harajuku (原宿) on the weekends is practically a necessity. Even older folks will want to visit the area, though, to see Meiji Jingu shrine and Yoyogi Park.

  16. Tokyo/Shinjuku

    Shinjuku (新宿) is a central ward of Tokyo, known as the metropolis' second center (副都心, fukutoshin). The area surrounding Shinjuku Station is a huge business, commercial, and entertainment center located atop the world's busiest railway station complex.

  17. Tokyo/Asakusa

    Asakusa () is a part of Tokyo's downtown Taito district best known for its many temples, particularly Sensōji.

  18. Tokyo/Toshima

    Toshima (豊島) is a ward in northwest Tokyo, Japan. This guide incorporates Ikebukuro (池袋), a section of Toshima and one of the three major metropolitan sub-centers on the Yamanote Line, along with Shinjuku and Shibuya.

  19. Tokyo/Shibuya

    Shibuya (渋谷) is a shopping and eating district popular with a lot of young Tokyoites. It's within walking distance from two other large shopping districts - Omotesando and Harajuku - as well as being quite close to Yoyogi Park and the Meiji Jingu shrine.

  20. Tokyo/Ebisu

    Ebisu (恵比寿, archaically also Yebisu) is a district of Tokyo, Japan.

  21. Tokyo/Odaiba

    Odaiba (お台場) is a large artificial island in Tokyo, Japan, featuring many hypermodern and just plain strange buildings memorably described as the result of an acid-soaked pre-schooler's architecture class. Administratively a part of the Minato, Koto and Shinagawa districts, the area is now a very popular shopping and entertainment destination.

  22. Tokyo

    thumb|240px|The bulk of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building, [[Tokyo/Shinjuku|Shinjuku]]

  23. Tokyo/Sumida

    Sumida Ward (墨田区, sumida-ku) lies east of central Tokyo. It is home to a famous cherry blossom viewing area (along the Sumida River near Asakusa Station) in spring, the Sumida River Fireworks Festival (Hanabi Matsuri) in summer, and Tokyo's main sumo stadium (Ryogoku Kokugikan) where tournaments are held three times a year.

  24. Tokyo 2020
  25. Tokyo/Gotanda

    Gotanda (五反田) is part of Shinagawa and a Yamanote Line station between Osaki and Meguro. This quiet business district has transformed from a manufacturing district to a residential and business area with several corporate headquarters for international firms in Japan.

  26. Tokyo/North

    Nerima (練馬), Itabashi (板橋), and Kita (北) are a trio of suburban wards in north and northwestern Tokyo, bordering Saitama and outer Tokyo's Tama region. All three lie well beyond the central Yamanote line – nearby Ikebukuro is as close as it gets.

  27. Tokyo/Meguro

    Meguro (目黒) is a largely residential district in southwest Tokyo, named after the Meguro River.

  28. Tokyo/Nakano

    Nakano (中野) ward (often called Nakano city in English), adjacent to Shinjuku, is the near edge of the endless urban sprawl of western Tokyo.

  29. Tokyo/Shinagawa

    Shinagawa (品川) is one of the 23 wards of central Tokyo, and is also a major railway station in south-central Tokyo. Historically, parts of this ward were known as Shimazuyama.

  30. Tokyo/Setagaya
  31. Tokyo Haneda Airport

    Haneda Airport (羽田空港 ), officially known as Tokyo International Airport, in Ota is the second busiest airport in all Asia despite a majority of flights being domestic. International flights include Frankfurt, Munich, Paris, London, Los Angeles, Seattle, Singapore and Toronto.

  32. Tokyo/East

    Eastern Tokyo covers the wards of Adachi (足立), Katsushika (葛飾), Edogawa (江戸川), Kōtō (江東) and Arakawa (荒川). Neighboring Sumida (墨田) is covered in its own article.

  33. Kawaguchi
  34. Tokyo/Ota

    Ota (大田) Ward is a suburban area of Tokyo, located between Shinagawa and Kawasaki.

  35. Tokyo/Suginami
  36. Tokyo Disney Resort
  37. Kawasaki

    Kawasaki (川崎) is a city in Kanagawa, Japan, sandwiched between Tokyo and Yokohama.

  38. Matsudo

    Matsudo ( Matsudo-shi) is located east of Tokyo, in the northwestern part of Chiba prefecture. It has about 400,000 inhabitants.

  39. Kichijoji
  40. Misato (Saitama)
  41. Mitaka

    Mitaka ( Mitaka-shi) is a city in western Tokyo. The main attraction for foreign visitors is the Ghibli Museum, while for Japanese the main attraction is Inokashira Park, in which the museum is located, particularly during cherry blossom (hanami) season.

  42. Musashino
  43. Saitama

    Saitama (さいたま) is the capital of Saitama prefecture in the Kanto region of Japan. It came into existence after the merging of 4 former cities, including Urawa, the former capital, in 2001.

  44. Chofu

    Chofu ( Chōfu-shi) is a western suburb of Tokyo, and the main draws are Jindaiji Temple and Jindai Botanical gardens. These twin attractions are next to each other, making a reasonable day trip from central Tokyo.

  45. Nishitokyo
  46. Funabashi
  47. Koganei
  48. Fuchu (Tokyo)
  49. Yokohama

    Located on the western coast of Tokyo Bay directly south of Tokyo, Yokohama (横浜) is the second largest city in Japan and one of the cities most used to seeing foreigners.

  50. Kokubunji
  51. Kodaira
  52. Kashiwa

    Kashiwa (柏) is a city in Chiba prefecture], [[Japan. It is locally known as "Little Shibuya" due to the shopping.

  53. Tama
  54. Tokorozawa
  55. Futamatagawa

    Futamatagawa is a city in Kanagawa prefecture, part of Yokohama city.

  56. Kinugawa

    Kinugawa (鬼怒川) and Kawaji (川治) are twin hot spring towns in Tochigi Prefecture], [[Japan.

  57. Machida

    Machida ( Machida-shi) is a city in Tokyo, Japan. The city is located to the west of Tokyo's 23 downtown wards, bordering on Kanagawa.

  58. Ageo
  59. Tachikawa
  60. Kawagoe

    Kawagoe (川越) is an old trading outpost of the ancient capital Edo. Located in Saitama prefecture, the city is now a small suburban city of around 33.

  61. Kisarazu
  62. Chiba

    Chiba (千葉) is the largest city in Chiba prefecture, Japan. Practically speaking, it can be considered a large suburb of Tokyo.

  63. Chiba (prefecture)
  64. Sagamihara

    Sagamihara (相模原) is a city in Kanagawa. And part of Sagamihara city in Hashimoto (east), Fujino(north), Saagami Ono(south).

  65. Kamakura

    Kamakura () is a small city in Kanagawa Prefecture, south of Tokyo, Japan.

  66. Tone
  67. Hachioji
  68. Fujisawa
  69. Zushi

    Zushi () is a small city in Kanagawa, Japan about an hour by train south of Tokyo. It is often visited for its beach, marina, and summer events.

  70. Yokosuka
  71. Atsugi
  72. Tsukuba
  73. Enoshima

    Enoshima (江ノ島) is both a small island and a small seaside town next to the island in Kanagawa prefecture Fujisawa city, to the south of Tokyo. It's a popular beach destination and, on a nice summer day, has a bit of a laid-back California surfer vibe.

  74. Boso Peninsula

    Boso Peninsula (房総半島), and its main city Tateyama (館山) are at the very South of the Chiba prefecture, a great area to relax and enjoy the beach.

  75. Narita

    Narita () is a city in Chiba prefecture, Japan, some 70 kilometers to the northeast of Tokyo.

  76. Tsuchiura

    Tsuchiura () is a city located in the southern part of Ibaraki Prefecture. Tsuchiura faces Lake Kasumigaura, the second largest lake in Japan.

  77. Oyama

    Oyama (小山, ) is the second most populous city in southern Tochigi prefecture], [[Japan.

  78. Tokyo Narita Airport

    Narita International Airport () is the primary international airport serving Tokyo, Japan.

  79. Okutama

    Okutama () is a mountainous region located along the Tama River, at the extreme western end of Tokyo.

  80. Japan

    Japan, known as Nihon or Nippon (日本) in Japanese, is an island nation in East Asia. Its insular character has allowed it to develop a very unique, intricate culture, while its closeness to other ancient Far Eastern cultures, in particular China, has left lasting influence.

  81. Tochigi
  82. Ashikaga

    Ashikaga (足利) is a city in Tochigi prefecture], [[Japan, near the prefecture's border with Gunma.

  83. Odawara

    Odawara (小田原) is a city in Kanagawa, Japan. Located on the coast, Odawara is near Hakone, a major is a hot springs destination.

  84. Chichibu
  85. Onjuku

    Onjuku (御宿) is a fishing town on the Pacific coast of Chiba prefecture], [[Japan and a popular spot with surfers and holiday beachgoers.

  86. Otsuki

    Otsuki ( Ōtsuki-shi) is a small city in Yamanashi. It is a mix of small town, light local industry (including a Tokyo hydroelectric plant) and expensive bedroom community.

  87. Kiryu

    Kiryū (桐生) is a city in Gunma prefecture in the Kanto region of Japan.

  88. Mashiko
  89. Utsunomiya
  90. Hakone

    Hakone (箱根) is a mountainous area west of Tokyo in Japan. The Hakone checkpoint on the historical Tokaido road marks the beginning of the Kanto region.

  91. Atami
  92. Fuji Five Lakes

    The Fuji Five Lakes (富士五湖 Fuji-goko) are a group of five small lakes in Yamanashi prefecture, on the North side of Mount Fuji in Japan. From East to West, they are Lake Yamanaka (山中湖), Lake Kawaguchi (河口湖), Lake Sai (西湖), Lake Shoji (精進湖) and Lake Motosu (本栖湖).

  93. Izu Ōshima
  94. Fuji Yoshida
  95. Maebashi

    Maebashi (前橋) is the capital city of Gunma] prefecture in [[Japan|Japan's Kanto region.

  96. Mito

    Mito ( Mito-shi) is the capital of Ibaraki prefecture, Kanto region, Japan.

  97. Mishima
  98. Mount Fuji
  99. Niijima

    Niijima (新島) is a fairly small island (24 km²) and one of the Izu Islands. It is administered as part of Tokyo, but it is about 160km south of the city.

  100. Izunokuni