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Shibuya, Omote-sando, Ebisu Area

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  • Shibuya Station
  • Shibuya Sta., etc.
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Situated adjacent to Shibuya and Harajuku, this hotel makes a perfect base for exploring the city. In the vicinity is Yoyogi Park with its lush green spaces. The hotel also has a restaurant that offers authentic Chinese cuisine.

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Shibuya, Omote-sando, Ebisu Area

  • Shibuya Station
  • Shibuya Sta., etc.
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With direct access to Shibuya Station, this hotel offers convenience for business travelers and tourists. Japanese and French restaurants located on the 25th floor offer a stunning view of the city of Shibuya.

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Shibuya, Omote-sando, Ebisu Area

  • Shibuya Station
  • Shibuya Sta., etc.
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Located a five-minute walk from Shibuya Station, it offers cafés, restaurants and shops on the first and second floors of the Shibuya Subway Bldg. It is also directly connected to subways via an underground passage.

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Shibuya, Omote-sando, Ebisu Area

  • Omote-sando Station
  • Minami-Aoyama-Gochōme
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Echika is a shopping mall located inside the station and is directly connect to Omotesando Station. The mall is lined with trendy shops and restaurants offering fashion accessories, cosmetics, and dining.

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Shibuya, Omote-sando, Ebisu Area

  • Meiji-jingumae <Harajuku> Station
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The Hangout Where The Future Is Made
A New Stage in Tokyo for Global Culture and Creation
The subcultures born here today will become the mainstream styles of thefuture,spreading through Japan and then to the world.It's the creative mindset and subcultural identity of people who gather here,that have created this distinctive culture.Harajuku doesn't simply follow the ever-changing latest trend.People here believe in their passions and communicate their ideas beyond borders.We will create the future of this city from here.

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Shibuya, Omote-sando, Ebisu Area

  • Meiji-Jingumae(Harajuku) Station
  • Omotesandō
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This is a Harajuku’s iconic fashion building lined with nearly 130 shops. This building remains at the forefront of Harajuku culture for young people.

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Shibuya, Omote-sando, Ebisu Area

  • Meiji-Jingumae(Harajuku) Station
  • Omotesandō
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One of Japan’s famous museums specializing in Japanese woodblock prints, ukiyoe. The location houses original paintings and woodblock prints of world-famous ukiyoe artists such as Katsushika Hokusai and Utagawa Hiroshige. Exhibitions are changed every month according to the theme.

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Shibuya, Omote-sando, Ebisu Area

  • Aoyama-itchome Station, etc.
  • Kokuritsu-kyogijo Station, etc.
  • Shinanomachi Sta. Minamiguchi
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This museum displays paintings about the accomplishments of Emperor Meiji. Known as the symbol of the Shrine Outer Garden, the building has a dignified atmosphere and was designated an Important Japanese Cultural Property.

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Shibuya, Omote-sando, Ebisu Area

Study room at the former Koga residence after restoration and reconstruction.

  • Yoyogi-uehara Station
  • Tomigaya, etc.
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This museum is dedicated to composer Koga Masao, who contributed actively to Japanese popular music. It exhibits a number of historical records about Japanese songs and popular music.

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Shibuya, Omote-sando, Ebisu Area

  • Yoyogi-uehara Station
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This shopping center is located underneath the elevated railway tracks of Yoyogi Uehara Station. The center is lined with 28 establishments offering a variety of restaurants and shops to choose from.

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Shibuya, Omote-sando, Ebisu Area

  • Meguro Station
  • Meguro Station
  • Meguro Sta.
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In this hotel, there are restaurants and a wedding venue on the premises, under the concept of an extraordinary, glamorous space, the gallery displays nearly 2,500 artworks, mainly Japanese paintings. The Hyakudan Kaidan (all these rooms were formerly used as banquet ones) is registered as a tangible culture property. This wooden structure is open to the public for special occasions, such as exhibitions held several times each year and guided tours with a meal.

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Shibuya, Omote-sando, Ebisu Area

  • Ebisu Station
  • Hiroo-Kōkō, etc.
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This is Japan’s first museum dedicated to Japanese-style paintings (nihonga). Its collection consists of over 1,800 works mainly modern and contemporary nihonga , also includes classic calligraphy, early modern paintings, ukiyo-e, and Western-style paintings.

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Shibuya, Omote-sando, Ebisu Area

  • Shirokanedai Station
  • Shirokanedai Station
  • West Entrance of The Institute of Medical Science, The University of Tokyo
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The Matsuoka Museum of Art is a private art museum founded by businessman Seijiro Matsuoka in 1975. The museum has about 1,800 works of art in its collection, including ancient Orient art, modern sculpture, ancient Asian sculpture, ceramics, Japanese paintings, and modern French paintings.

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Shibuya, Omote-sando, Ebisu Area

  • Shirokanedai Station
  • Shirokanedai Station
  • Shirokanedai-Gochōme
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In the heart of the "Tokyo"city, this botanical garden offers rich natural which covers 20hectares and is a habitat for many creatures.

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  • Tokyo Metro
  • TOEI TRANSPORTATION

Check the websites for Tokyo Metro and TOEI TRANSPORTATION for more details on eligibility for the CHIKA TOKU and a railway map to see zones for unlimited rides.

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