With rows of stores that specialize in electronic devices and components, this area has become the world's most prominent "electric town."
Anime and video game stores have also flourished in recent years, and the district attracts a large number of visitorsas the epicenter of Japanese subculture.
【Access】Approximately five minutes by train and on foot from the hotel
A commercial district that grew rapidly during the Edo period in an area just outside Edo Castle. Nihonbashi, the starting point of the five main highways of the Edo period, remains a symbol of the district to this day. The area hosts many long-established shops, but many new stores have also opened as redevelopment has progressed. The annual goldfish Art Aquarium exhibition is becoming increasingly popular.
【Access】An approximately 10 minute walk from the hotel
A theme park with Tokyo Dome at its center.
Tokyo Dome and Korakuen Hall play host to many events, and features many shopping and entertainment facilities including an amusement park and public baths.
【Access】Approximately 11 minutes by train and on foot from the hotel
The palace where the Emperor and Empress normally reside.
The Imperial Palace can be toured if a request is made in advance.
During cherry-blossom season Kokyoinui-dori, a key road through the grounds is open to the public, and many come to see the flowers.
【Access】An approximately 20 minute walk from the hotel
The deity enshrined at this shrine had the huge role of protecting the Omote Kimon Gate of Edo Castle.
The Kanda Festival held at the shrine is one of the three major festivals of Edo and Japan, and officials from the Edo government and the general populace came to revere this shrine.
Bookstore district that deals mainly in used books and is said to be among the largest of its kind in the world. Famous for the Kanda Used Book Festival, which is held every autumn.
Around 180 bookstores line the area, including specialty bookstores that carry all sorts of genres: music, contemporary literature, art, manga, performing arts, etc.
1-9-2 Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo, 111-0032
1-9-5 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, 104-0061
3-20-4 Hatchobori, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, 104-0032