Odaiba is a man-made island in the Tokyo Bay that was created at the end of Edo Period to protect Tokyo against possible attacks from the sea under Commodore Perry. In fact, you can still find the ruin of daiba (the gun battery) in Odaiba Park, located just a short walk from Odaiba Beach. Nowadays,... View tour
Raise your hand if you’re someone who loves to enjoy the city view from the top! Unlike many other cities, Tokyo doesn’t have just one iconic skyline but instead. multiple ones.. this isn’t by chance due to the fact that Tokyo is the world’s largest city. Unique architecture, parks, the bay, neon lights, and Mount... View tour
Harajuku, the center of kawaii and teen fashion in Tokyo, is known for its vibrant landmark – Takeshita Street. Takeshita Street, the heart of all things trendy and weird, is a must visit in Tokyo that’s featured in every guidebook. There are plenty of fun things to do at Takeshita Street (or Takeshita Dori) from... View tour
Various art installations are placed throughout the trendy neighborhood of Roppongi Hills, Tokyo Midtown and the National Art Centre. The weekend also showcases live acts and performances. Brochures are available at the venue in both Japanese and English.