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Fushimi Inari-taisha Shrine
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Kinkakuji Temple
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Fushimi Inari-taisha Shrine
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Kiyomizu-dera Temple
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Ogimachi Castle Old Site Observatory
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Kiyomizu-dera Temple
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Ogimachi Castle Old Site Observatory
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Only a short walk from Shinjuku Station (largest station in Tokyo) via an underground walking tunnel, this is an amazing FREE attraction on the 45 floor where you can view the city all the way to the mountains and...
First time we went up the south and had an amazing view of all the skyscrapers of Tokyo and a few parks, then right in the distance you can see a large mountain range which is in the direction of Mount Fuji.
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Breathtaking is the only word I can find to describe them: you will feel transported back to the salons and ballrooms of 19th century Europe and get a sense of the grandeur of the Meiji restoration period.
While sightseeing in Tokyo, I was heading back to my hotel on the subway and decided to jump off and take a look at the Akasaka Palace since I had some extra time before dinner, as it was a little after 4pm.
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It is located above Tochomae Station (on the Toei Oedo line), or is a comfortable 10 minute walk from Shinjuku Station (all other train lines including JR, Keio, Seibu, Odakyu and other subway lines).
What made it great was the informative and interesting display about the upcoming Olympic games on the first floor, as well as the unique souvenir shop on the observation deck (we went back a couple of times becau...
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We had good luck that Mint Museum park was opened before its schedule, the visit is very satisfied, we saw many kinds of Cherry trees showing their different colors at it full bloom.
There are lots of people but because you can only go one way through the cherry blossom trees it is easy to see.
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