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Akigawa Valley

Akigawa Valley is a 20 kilometer area stretching from Akiruno City to Hinohara Village in Tokyo, centered on the Akigawa River. Akigawa River is the largest tributary of the Tama River (a first-class river flowing through Yamanashi, Tokyo, and Kanagawa


Akihabara, known as Akiba, refers to the shopping district around Akihabara Station in Chiyoda City, Tokyo. In Sundays, the main street will be turned into a pedestrian paradise called Hokoten. The hours are as follows October – March: 13:00 –

Ueno Park

Ueno-onshi-koen, commonly known as Ueno Park, is located in Ueno, Taito city, Tokyo, adjacent to Ueno Station. It is the first urban park in Japan. Ueno Park is rich in nature, and has approximately 800 cherry trees. It is a


Ameya-Yokocho, commonly known as Ameyoko, is a lively shopping street in Ueno, Taito city. And is famous for being crowded with people, especially during the year-end and new year holidays. Ameyoko began as a black market after the war, and