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station is unreal, huge n busy wit a gallery, hotel on 1 side facin imperial palace. great for takin pics in n out of station, marunouchi side as wide spaces to sit n take pics, yaesu side all business n near Ginza. follow signs n...More
This place was very difficult to find. We spent time on Google Maps just trying to find this place and we were already in the Tokyo Station! Finally, I got some friendly help from the JR service center and located it. This place in my...More
The Tokyo station has a small but rather long gallery that features beautiful picture of famous and historical train station from all over the world.
It’s a really nice gesture and touch to the station; it’s like an art gallery which exclusively features famous and...More
One of the big ticket things on my list is a visit to Chiyoda, the imperial centre of Japan. This ward in the centre of Tokyo houses the power centre of Japan. Right at the centre is the Imperial Palace and surrounding it are key...More
The huge train station has a small art gallery. I have visited this gallery twice.
Recent visit, they had Chagall exhibition. The place had the full of Chagall and related arts. It took for more than 2 hours to walk around. The gallery also shows...More
Huge and busy, although there are signs of directions posting, I still have to rely on GPS to find a particular location in the Station Gallery. An exhibition gallery can also be found in the building. Crowds of people flowing here and there, of course...More
Visited in November 2016. The Tokyo Station is modeled after the Centraal Station in Amsterdam and it has a lovely exterior. I found the station to be super busy (of course) and massive (I will say I got turned around several times and had to...More
A majestic station building and superb interior architectures make the Tokyo station a place worth visiting. Tourists will be transiting numerous times through this station if using the Japan Railways (JR) routes but do spend some time admiring the station architecture.
There is an exhibition...More
Ginza is famous for being a trendy hotspot, but it's also a downtown area with shops that were founded over a hundred years ago. Department stores and luxury boutiques line the route from Nihonbashi to Ginza. It's a long established tradition to shop and stroll while the road is closed to traffic. Luxury hotels, world class cuisine from talented chefs, and a collection of glitzy clubs will make this area popular