Tokyo’s most famous Shinto shrine found in Shibuya is dedicated to the late 19th-century emperor of the same name and his wife, Empress Shoken. Along the way are some barrels of wine displayed which are donated by sake brewers around Japan.
Meiji Shrine, Tokyo, Japan
Akihabara is located in the eastern side of Chiyoda ward. The Electric Town is just a short walk from the station. It is one of the must-visits while in Tokyo. The area is famous for its maid cafés, anime and manga goods, and video games. Some names can be identified by many, including the Sega Game Center.
Akihabara Electric Town, Tokyo, Japan
Jiufen is one of the most visited tourist spots outside of Taipei. It is usually a daytrip destination, which can be visited together with Keelung. To go to this area, people can ride a train from Taipei to Ruifang Station, and ride another bus bound to the old street.
Jiufen, New Taipei City, Taiwan
Odaiba is an artificial island popular for its shopping and entertainment district, which lies in Tokyo Bay. The Rainbow Bridge, as seen at the back, is the line that connects the island to the rest of Tokyo. It supports a highway, a rail line and a walkway.
Odaiba, Tokyo, Japan
Located in Minato Ward, Tokyo Tower is the second tallest structure in Japan. It is known for its Eiffel-Tower appearance and white-and-orange color. It is a major sightseeing spot which offers main and special observatories area for tourists to enjoy a panoramic view of the city.
Tokyo Tower, Tokyo, Japan
Zhujiajiao, located in the suburb of Shanghai, is the best among the four preserved ancient towns in the area. An hour away from the city centre takes you to a place of more than a thousand years of history, with its old bridges around the water town. Fangsheng Bridge is one of the main attractions among the 36, spanning five arches at 70 meters length.
Zhujiajiao Ancient Town, Shanghai, China
The Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall is a popular tourist attraction and a national monument in Zhongzheng District in the capital city of Taiwan. It was built in memory of the former president of the Republic of China, Chiang-Kai Shek after his passing in 1975. Within its area in the Liberty Square, the National Theatre and National Concert Hall can also be found.
Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall, Taipei, Taiwan