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Best things to do in Chiyoda City

Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Neighbourhood
“ Ginza, lined with high-end brand stores and famous restaurants, is popular as a walking spot for adults. In recent years, large commercial facilities such as “GINZA SIX”, “GINZA PLACE”, and “Tokyu Plaza Ginza” have continued to open, and this has become even more lively. On Saturdays and Sundays, it becomes a pedestrian paradise and you can enjoy “silver bra” shopping.”
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Neighbourhood
“The Biggest Electric city in Japan^^. SEGA, made cafe, Gundam cafe, Yodobashi camera building~ Please try to see the special electric street. Access: Nishinippori stn(JR Yamanote line)--Akihabara stn”
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Track
“The Imperial Palace is home to the Imperial Palace and the Imperial Palace where the Imperial Houses and the Imperial Palace are held. Visitors can visit the archaeological site of Edo Castle, the residence of the Tokugawa family, the palace east garden, which is the venue for general saga, and the main gate iron bridge (double bridge). Visits are also accepted on a first-come-first-served basis (first-come-first-served basis), but advance application via the web is recommended. The sidewalk of the Imperial Palace Gaien about 5km is crowded with many runners as a sacred place for running. This course is easy to challenge even for beginners, so it is recommended to enjoy the Imperial Palace run on a business trip or business trip.”
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Theatre
“A theater dedicated to Kabuki was born in 1889. In 2013, it was newly reborn in the form of being combined with the Kabukiza Tower. “One-act theater” is recommended because travelers with limited time can enjoy Kabuki casually. In addition, the souvenir shop on the 2nd basement floor directly connected to Higashi Ginza Station, where you can purchase souvenirs related to Kabuki, such as food and miscellaneous goods, is recommended because it can be enjoyed without tickets.”
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Shopping Mall
“With free entry to the premises and minimal waits, the Tokyo Dome City Attractions area allows you to enjoy as much or as little of its 21st century amusement park as you like. Start with the pulse-pounding Thunder Dolphin roller coaster, which weaves through various structures including the "centerless" Big-O Ferris wheel. The wheel itself is another top attraction where you can relax for a scenic 15-minute ride or make the most of the unique karaoke setup inside your gondola. The sheer variety of attractions ensures that there's something for everyone. The Wonder Drop plunges three stories down a track into a pool of water. ”
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Department Store
“Ginza Mitshukoshi (Access) Right next to Ginza Station, on the Tokyo Metro Ginza, Marunouchi and Hibiya lines Ginza is a world famous shopping district, highly evolved into a concentration of high-end brands. The depachika of Ginza Mitsukoshi, in front of Ginza Station, offers an array of items you can’t get anywhere else, like wafashi that originated in the district, and limited-edition sweets. It’s the ideal place to look for souvenirs of tourism in Ginza.”
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Garden
“One of Tokyo's Hidden Gems! Enjoy this peaceful quaint Japanese garden, especially during the Autumn Foliage and Spring Seasons”
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Colloquial Area
“Controversial war shrine. Worth visiting because you can see the bad, military part of Japan (that their Prime Minister Abe just loves). They used to have videos in the back room showing Japanese villagers in Okinawa jumping off cliffs to commit suicide because the American army was about to invade. Deep stuff. ”
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Electronics Store
“An excellent showcase of a large-scale Japanese electronics store. Yodobashi Shinjuku West, the flagship, houses an abundant variety of cameras, appliances, televisions, watches, video games, and more”
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Sublocality Level 2
“'Imperial Palace Garden' This site with scenic gardens & tours of the grounds is the main residence of the emperor of Japan. ”
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Sublocality Level 1
“Historic merchant district featuring traditional goods and local foods.Mitsukoshi, Japan's first department store and many smaller shops with centuries-long histories. Access: 10mins for walk from Tokyo stn.”
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Sublocality Level 2
“Fashionable shopping and dining district along a sloping street in Tokyo.Bariety of French cafes and restaurants can be found throughout the district. Access: Nippori stn(Yamanote line)--Akihabara stn(Chuo-Sobu local line)--Iidabashi stn. ”
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Train Station
“Destination of Shinkansen.One of biggest station.Marunouchi Building offers a variety of nice restaurants on its top two floors with views out over the city. Access: NishiNippori stn(Yamanote line)-Tokyo stn”
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Park
“One of Tokyo's most lovable parks, right next to the Marunouchi-Shiodome Business District”
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Park
“Hibiya Park (日比谷公園 Hibiya Kōen) is a park in Chiyoda City, Tokyo, Japan. It covers an area of 161,636.66m2 between the east gardens of the Imperial Palace to the north, the Shinbashi district to the southeast and the Kasumigaseki government district to the west.”
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Art Museum
“[museum]The Tokyo National Museum of Modern Art is the foremost museum collecting and exhibiting modern Japanese art. There is a big shop called "Souvenir From Tokyo"”
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