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The Nihonbashi is an old bridge (1911) in an area that has the same name. It is was the zero point of the japanese street network and it marks the start point of the famous Tokaido and Nakasendo; the old highways to Kyoto.
Stumbled across this bridge on my first trip to Tokyo walking to the Kokugikan and was the only one around. Past by here in Dec-18, and it's covered with people at all hours as it's a big Pokemon Go stop. I was travelling with a...More
Plenty of eating places. Close to railway stations. Easy access to many attractions like Sky Tree, Ginza, Tokyo station and Imperial Palace. Convenience stores and supermarkets are handy. Not too crowded. Nice to just walk around and look at the river if you want a...More
During our recent visit to Tokyo, my husband and I spent our last afternoon in Nihombashi shopping. Great walking district with amazing department and speciality stores. Lots of coffee shops like Excelsior Caffé.
The plus is this is an historic landmark in Japan. During the Edo period, it was the point from which all road distances were measured, and it marked the starting points of different 'pilgrimage' routes to Kyoto, as memorialized in Hiroshige's woodblock prints: 53 stages...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