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Ueno Zoological Gardens

The Ueno Zoo is the most historical zoo in Japan, opening in 1882. About 3,000 animals of 500 specie...

Address : Taito-ku

TEIKOKU DATABANK Historical Museum

The history of “credit research” is explained in an easy-to-understand way, with panels and digital ...

Address : Shinjuku-ku

The Basho Museum

The museum is a memorial hall built in a place connected with Matsuo Basho, a haiku poet of the Edo ...

Address : Koto-ku

Daigo Fukuryu Maru Exhibition Hall

A wooden ship caught in a U.S. hydrogen bomb test in 1954 and showered with radioactive fallout is p...

Address : Koto-ku

The Center of the Tokyo Raids and War Damage

The center is a facility to know about disaster provoked by the Great Tokyo Air Raids and the traged...

Address : Koto-ku

Tsukishima Monja

The union office of 63 monja-yaki shops. The office receives reservations for school trips and group...

Address : Chuo-ku

Ameyoko Shopping Street

A traditional shopping district bustling with excitement, where various products such as perishable ...

Address : Taito-ku

Metro Museum

This is a participation-type museum where visitors can learn the history and the latest technologies...

Address : Edogawa-ku

Museum of Logistics

The Museum of Logistics introduces the history of logistics from the Edo to the Showa period. The sy...

Address : Minato-ku

Tokyo Cruise

From the Hinode Pier located an 8-minute walk from JR Hamamatsucho Station, there are several public...

Address : Taito-ku

Old Shimbashi Station

The building exterior of Old Shimbashi Station, opened in 1872, was accurately recreated exactly on ...

Address : Minato-ku

The Yomiuri Shimbun

After going through a video presentation, an explanation of newspaper production, and a visit to the...

Address : Chuo-ku