Shinjuku / Shibuya / Roppongi
Full of energy and power, Shinjuku is flourishing as the core of the Tokyo Metropolis. The west area of is neatly lined up with skyscrapers. The east side is the most crowded one in Tokyo. The south area is scattered with new tourist spots. Shinjuku is a district of entertainment.
Shibuya / Harajuku, Tokyo
Shibuya is a place where many trend conscious youngsters love to gather. This fashionable and stimulating area continues to set the latest trends of the young generation at a fast rate. If you take a little walk from the station, you will find a quite artistic area. Something a bit different from the usual Shibuya is also good.
Roppongi is an international town that houses many foreign embassies, and offers a number of shops and restaurants designed for foreign customers. You can enjoy shopping and eating gourmet foods around Roppongi Hills and Tokyo Midtown. The route to the National Art Center Tokyo (NACT), the Mori Art Museum and the Suntory Museum of Art, known as the “Art Triangle”, is a great place to stroll by. You can also enjoy a walk to the Azabu-Juban shopping district to check out the atmosphere of the old days. Enjoy delicious food and the traditional courtesy at long-established shops serving Soba noodles and Taiyaki pancakes.