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Discover Tokyo’s must-see attractions in just one day on this bus tour. Orient yourself to the vast city and travel around with ease—without the hassle of public transportation or car rental. Visit the Meiji Shrine, Asakusa Temple, and many other landmarks. Unlike other Tokyo sightseeing tours, a cruise on Tokyo Bay, pickup from select hotels, and the Tokyo Skytree’s first observation deck admission ticket are included. You can also upgrade to include a sumo-style lunch.
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The house is currently under repair with around 80% covered in scaffolding. I’m afraid you’ll get no pictures of the exterior of the house or hsve access onto the balconies. There is an entrance fee but you do get information given to you in English if required. Please be
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Went here because I assumed it had some nice gardens which it turned out it didn’t.. however the buildings were really interesting to look around and totally random in the middle of Tokyo. Great style & architecture and a lot of history. Worth making a detour to visit.
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This is a rather unusual place... which likely is overlooked... industrialist from 1920th... decided to put some real estate on his property... so we have Swiss-style billiard room, western (colonial????) style main building and Japan-style building -- all together.... do they
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I was pleased to finally have a chance to visit this historic house designed by Josiah Condor. It's wonderful that the city of Tokyo is preserving it. The staff were friendly and provided English materials that helped us understand what we were looking at. Although it would
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This is a fascinating example of Meiji "western-style" architecture. The house was designed by British architect Josiah Condor for the Mitsubishi corp family. It was used as a guest house and the family lived in the attached Japanese house. The architecture exemplifies Japan
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