Akihabara, Japan

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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
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Odaiba, Japan

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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
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Tokyo Tower, Japan

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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
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Akihabara Electric Town, Japan

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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
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Senso-ji Temple, Japan

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Senso-ji Temple is Tokyo’s oldest temple. It is a Buddhist temple founded in 628 AD in Asakusa after two fishermen fishing in Sumida River found a statue of Boddhisatva Kannon. The village headman then remade his home into a temple which was also rebuilt after destruction by the Second World War.

Senso-ji Temple, Tokyo, Japan
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Meiji Shrine, Japan

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These small wooden tablets are called Ema in Japanese. People write their wishes on these cards with the belief that the gods will receive them. These are sold around the shrine for various wishes including success, good health, and happiness.

Meiji Shrine, Tokyo, Japan
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