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  • Katsushika-ku
    Shibamata

    Shibamata

    Have you heard of [Shibamata] in Katsushika ward? If you are a fan of some retrospective Japanese films, you might have seen the long-running series of “Otoko-wa-tsuraiyo”

  • Sumida-ku
    Ryogoku

    Ryogoku

    Needless to say, Ryogoku is well known as a “Sumo” town. The Annual Matches are held at the sumo stadium, Kokugikan.

  • Adachi-ku
    Kita-senju

    Kita-senju

    Have you heard of “Kita-senju” in Adachi ward? It is becoming a very popular and cost-effective place to live,

  • Edogawa-ku
    Nishi-kasai

    Nishi-Kasai

    Nishi-Kasai station is a railway station on the Tokyo Metro Tozai Line in Edogawa, Tokyo. Since the area is close to Chiba prefecture, it gives a certain impression as a suburban area,

  • Taito-ku
    Okachimachi

    Okachimachi

    The JR Okachimachi station is between Ueno and Akihabara stations.These areas are each highly specialised. For example, Akihabara is famous for being “The electronic city”, while Okachimachi is known as “Jewelry town”.

  • Taito-ku
    Uguisudani

    Ueno

    Ueno is a terminal station with access to bullet and express trains. It is a busy, major terminal that connects Tokyo and the northern Kanto region. The station area is complete with shopping malls and various cultural institutions.

  • Taito-ku
    Asakusabashi

    Asakusabashi

    Asakusabashi, a commoner’s town popular since the Edo Period (1603-1868 CE), features various retailers that have been selling goods like toys, stationery, and fireworks since long ago. In particular, an old shop selling Japanese dolls, with a history of over 300 years,

  • Taito-ku
    Uguisudani

    Uguisudani

    When you ask people about the image of Uguisudani, most of them would answer “a glittering neon nightlife district”. Since it is near to Yoshiwara, a traditional pleasure district from the Edo period, hotels and elegant shops stand side by side around Uguisudani station.

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