Tokyo St. Ginza Akihabara
Tokyo station is the gateway to Tokyo. Close by there are many shopping buildings, such as Marunouchi, Marunouchi Oazo, and KITTE. While the streets are full of open cafes and restaurants. The Imperial Palace gardens and the brick Mitsubishi Ichigokan Museum are also close by. While Ginza is a town that combines the latest trends with well-established tradition. There are world leading shopping streets, with department stores, leading brand shops, and also the long-established well-known shops. There is also world class dining to be enjoyed. Lastly, there is Akihabara, nicknamed Akiba, which is known as the worlds largest electronics town. Where you can get all the latest tech gadgets, smartphones, and computers. It has developed its own culture and become the Holy land for Otaku, with fans visiting from all over the world. There are manga, anime, figurines, idol fan goods, and even maid cafes. It is also packed with Ramen shops.
Most popular courses
1 Strolling from Tsukiji to Marunouchi
Enjoy fresh seafood at Tsukiji, and shopping at Ginza and Marunouchi. Experience Japanese cultures such as the tea ceremony, drawing a sword etc. Also if you have time, take a side trip to the Imperial Palace which is an oasis of the city.