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Nearby Hotels

Nearby hotels

HotelWalk (Dist.)TAXI (Fare)
1. ROYAL PARK HOTEL Directly connected to T-CAT 2F -
2. Hotel Villa Fontaine Tokyo-Nihombashi Hakozaki 4 min. (300m) -
3. HOTEL AXAS Nihonbashi 4 min. (300m) -
4. S-PERIA INN Nihombashi Hakozaki 4 min. (300m) -
5. GATE STAY Nihonbashi Suitengumae 4 min. (300m) -
6. City Pension Zem 4 min. (300m) -
7. MIMARU Tokyo Nihombashi Suitengumae 4 min. (350m) -
8. HOTEL LiVEMAX Nihombashi Hakozaki 5 min. (400m) -
9. HAMACHO HOTEL 5 min. (400m) -
10. Pearl Hotel Kayabacho 7 min. (600m) 3 min. (500 yen)
11. Condminium Hotel Keyakian Tokyo Nihombashi 7 min. (600m) 3 min. (500 yen)
12. ALMONT INN Nihonbashi 8 min. (650m) 3 min. (500 yen)
13. Hotel Villa Fontaine Tokyo-Kayabacho 8 min. (650m) 3 min. (500 yen)
14. APA Hotel Nihombashi Hamacho-Eki Minami 8 min. (650m) 4 min. (600 yen)
15. Ito Ryokan *Reservation required 9 min. (650m) 3 min. (500 yen)
16. Sotetsu Fresa Inn Nihombashi-Ningyocho 9 min. (650m) 3 min. (500 yen)
17. LYURO Tokyo Kiyosumi 9 min. (700m) 4 min. (600 yen)
18. HOTEL LiVEMAX Nihombashi-Ningyocho 10 min. (750m) 3 min. (500 yen)
19. Toyoko Inn Tokyo Nihombashi Ningyocho 10 min. (800m) 3 min. (500 yen)
20. HOTEL LiVEMAX Nihombashi-Koamicho 10 min. (800m) 3 min. (500 yen)
21. KOKO HOTEL Premier Nihonbashi Hamacho 10 min. (800m) 3 min. (600 yen)
22. KEIO PRESSO INN Nihonbashi Kayabacho 12 min. (900m) 4 min. (500 yen)
23. Sotetsu Fresa Inn Nihombashi-Kayabacho 12 min. (900m) 4 min. (500 yen)
24. Smile Hotel Tokyo Nihombashi 13 min. (1,000m) 4 min. (500 yen)

Nearby restaurants

  • 01

    Soba, Katsudon, Curry

  • 32-8 Nihonbashi Hakozakicho
  • Soba restaurant, famous for katsudon (rice bowl with pork cutlet). Fried pork cutlet curry is also recommended.
  • 04

    Ten oto(天音)

  • 1-13-2 Kakigaracho Nihonbashi
  • King of tendon (Japanese tempura on a bowl of rice). Delicious, cheap, and a hearty meal. Fresh materials are purchased every day. Fresh fried food using good sesame oil.
  • 05

    Sushi Saishun(すし処 彩旬)

  • Seibundo Building 1F, 1-16-8 Nihonbashi Ningyocho
  • Very close to Toyosu market. Fresh materials are purchased every day. Seasonal foods are prepared.
  • 06

    Ohta sushi(太田鮨)

  • 1-5-2 Nihonbashi Ningyocho
  • The building is like a movie set made in the Showa era. This is one of the Sushi restaurants representing Ningyocho.
  • 08

    Shabu-shabu, Sukiyaki
    Ningyocho Tanizaki(にんぎょう町 谷崎)

  • Tsukakoshi Building 1F, 1-7-10 Ningyocho, Nihonbashi
  • The name Tanizaki comes from the birth place of the great writer TANIZAKI Junichiro. The speciality is shabu-shabu (beef shabu-shabu and pork shabu-shabu).
  • 09

    Shabu-shabu, Sukiyaki
    Ningyocho Imahan Honten(人形町今半 本店)

  • 2-9-12 Nihonbashi Ningyocho
  • Long-established restaurant started in 1895. Old-fashioned, sukiya-style building. Well-known Sukiyaki and shabu-shabu restaurant using Japanese beef.
  • 10

    Chicken dishes
    Tamahide(玉ひで)*Temporary closure

  • 1-17-10 Nihonbashi Ningyocho
  • Long-established restaurant of chicken dishes opened in 1760. It is also famous as the birthplace of oyako don (donburi with chicken and eggs)
  • 11

    Japanese Style Western Food

  • 1-9-6 Nihonbashi Ningyocho
  • Japanese Style Western Food.
  • 02


  • 2-4-2 Nihonbashi Ningyocho
  • Established in 1907. Carefully chosen ingredients and traditional handmade style.
  • 03


  • 2-11-3 Nihonbashi Ningyocho
  • This shop is famous for Taiyaki for which there is always a long line of customers.
  • 04


  • Gobangai Building 1F 1-15-6 Nihonbashi Ningyocho
  • Established in 1837. Famous for Anmitsu, sweets prepared using special ingredients.

Sightseeing spots

Marunouchi district, Tokyo Station

Marunouchi district, Tokyo Station

Marunouchi is a major commercial district accessible from Tokyo Station with state-of-the-art skyscrapers and commercial buildings as well as places of historical interest.

  • Tokyo Station

    *Tokyo Station

    In 2012, Tokyo Station was restored to its original appearance in a red brick building as it was about 100 years ago. There is a huge commercial area with event space, shopping area, cafés, and restaurants inside Tokyo Station, the surrounding area, and its underground shopping center.

  • Marunouchi


    The Marunouchi area is a business district with various sophisticated commercial facilities, fashionable restaurants, and cafés.

  • Imperial palace

    *Imperial palace

    The Imperial palace, which preserves the appearance of the former Edo Castle with its vast calm and natural landscape is a leading tourist destination in Tokyo. It is a repository of history, housing many sites of historical significance, such as Niju-bashi and Ote-mon Gate.

Nihonbashi Area

Nihonbashi Area

Nihonbashi was the starting point of 5 main roadways in the Edo era and flourished as a merchant town. This area is still a major business and finance center and has many offices, department stores, and long-established stores.

  • Nihonbashi Mitsukoshi

    *Nihonbashi Mitsukoshi

    Established in 1673, this is the first department store in Japan, which was officially declared to be a department store in 1904. The famous lion statue in front of the main entrance is a popular landmark and meeting point.

  • COREDO Muromachi 1・2・3

    COREDO Muromachi

    COREDO Muromachi is a new landmark developed along the concept of "Make a crowd of people in Nihonbashi" with many shops and famous stores.

  • Nihonbashi


    Nihonbashi, which means "Japan Bridge," was built in 1603 along with the start of the Edo Shogunate. The following year, it was established as the starting point of 5 main roadways that are connected to various parts of Japan. In 1998, it was designated as an important cultural property.

  • Suitengu


    Here, people commonly pray for divine favors, such as easy delivery of a baby, blessing with children, celebration of child's third, fifth, and seventh years, Hatsumiya-mairi (newborn's first visit to a shrine), and the expulsion of evil spirits.

Ningyo-cho area

Ningyo-cho area

The name Ningyo-cho is derived from the many craftsmen and merchants who made dolls (ningyo) as souvenirs of Kabuki,and puppet theater, performed in this area in the Edo era. There are also many long-established restaurants serving sukiyaki and Western food, as well as sweet shops specializing in anmitsu and ningyo-yaki. The area has the friendly atmosphere of a traditional commercial neighborhood.

  • Amazake Yokocho

    *Amazake Yokocho

    There are many long-established shops and famous shops in this area. Although it is new, the walkway has a nostalgic atmosphere of the Edo period.


Shinjuku area

The largest and busiest street in Tokyo. There are many different fascinating area, such as shopping areas with department stores and large electronics retail stores, business area with metropolitan offices, high-rise office buildings, and hotels, and Shinjuku Imperial Garden.

  • Isetan Shinjuku head office

    *Isetan Shinjuku head office

    Isetan is a representative Japanese department store dealing in a wide range of carefully chosen goods, including fashion, food, and miscellaneous goods, from standard to state-of-the-art. A wide selection of goods are available here.

  • Shinjuku Imperial Garden

    *Shinjuku Imperial Garden

    Shinjuku Imperial Garden was completed in 1906 as an imperial garden and re-designated as a national garden after the Second World War when it was opened to the public. It blends three distinct styles, French Formal Garden, English Landscape Garden, and Japanese Traditional Garden, and is considered one of the most important gardens of the Meiji era. It is also famous for cherry trees in spring and autumnal shades in fall. The garden is a place of recreation and relaxation as an oasis in the city center.

  • Observation room of the Metropolitan Government Office

    *Observation room of the Metropolitan Government Office

    The Metropolitan Government Office is the center of government in Tokyo. The north observation room/south observation room on the 45th floor (202 m above the ground) of the main government building is always crowded as a site to enjoy panoramic views and nighttime views of Tokyo.

Shibuya area

Shibuya area

Shibuya is an epicenter of youth culture with many fashionable restaurants and live music venues. There are many large-scale fashionable buildings and cinemas, live music houses, and concert facilities to follow the trends in culture and fashion. Shibuya is a fabulous place to come for "kawaii" items as well as fashionable cafés and affordable dining. Highlights of this area include the statue of Hachiko, the faithful dog, and the scramble crossing in front of Shibuya Station. Yoyogi Park is located a short distance from Shibuya Station.

  • Scramble crossing

    *Scramble crossing

    Shibuya scramble crossing is said to be the busiest crossings in the world. Huge numbers of pedestrians cross the road at the same time, which attracts foreign tourists.

  • Statue of Hachiko, the faithful dog

    *Statue of Hachiko, the faithful dog

    The bronze statue of Hachiko, the faithful dog, can be seen in front of Hachiko Exit of JR Shibuya Station. This famous statue is a popular meeting place in Shibuya.

  • Meiji Shrine

    *Meiji Shrine

    Meiji Shrine, which is surrounded by lush greenery, is popular as a healing spot. The number of worshippers visiting this shrine in the New Year period is the largest in Japan.

Akihabara area

Akihabara area

Akihabara is famous both within and outside of Japan as a geek culture spot and has many large electronics retail stores.

Asakusa area

Asakusa area

Asakusa is known for Senso-ji Temple, which is a typical sightseeing spot in Tokyo. It has many long-established restaurants, souvenir shops, and entertainment halls, with a rich nostalgic atmosphere of the Edo period.

  • Senso-ji Temple

    *Senso-ji Temple

    Senso-ji is Tokyo's oldest temple established in 628, with a Main Hall, Five-Story Pagoda, and other halls. It is popular as the temple of Kannon at Asakusa and draws some 30 million visitors every year from both within and outside of Japan.

  • Kaminarimon Gate

    *Kaminarimon Gate

    The marker of Kaminarimon Gate is a large red lantern in front of the main entrance of Senso-ji. There are statues of Fujin (wind god) on the right and Raijin (thunder god) on the left. Formally, it is called Furaijinmon Gate.

  • Nakamise street

    *Nakamise street

    Nakamise is the main street of Asakusa, and is known as the oldest shopping street in Japan. On the street of about 250 m stretching from Kaminarimon Gate to Hozomon Gate, there are about 90 specialty shops, including many long-established stores, such as those selling kaminari okoshi and ningyo-yaki (doll cakes), sweets popular in the downtown area, and smart goods from the Edo era, such as fans, hair ornaments, and toys.

Oshiage area

Oshiage area

Oshiage is a downtown area located between the rivers of Sumida-gawa and Arakawa. This area is expected to develop in the future, focusing on Tokyo Skytree.

  • Tokyo Skytree

    With a height of 634 m, Tokyo Skytree is the world's highest free-standing communication tower. The observation deck 350 m above the ground has views of Mt. Fuji. The higher observation hall at a height of 450 m houses the "Tokyo Soramachi" commercial facility, with more than 300 shops and restaurants, as well as planetarium and aquarium facilities.


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