An 800-meter-long shopping street with retractable roof for all-weather shopping. An area that continues to develop while retaining its old-world charm.
A complex with a tree-like architecture combining public and private facilities.
A unique back street of Akihabara Electric Town, full of stores selling PC peripherals.
From its152-meter-high observation platform, the Tokyo Tower can be seen right in front of you. This building is a skyscraper that houses various facilities.
You can have multiple enjoyments, such as shopping and leisure inside the safe, quality, and comfortable urban environment.
Southern Osaka's hippest place, where the all the trendy young people go
Akihabara Electric Town or Akihabara Denki Gai is an area crowded with stores that handle various electrical goods. There are many stores that carry anime and figurine-related goods as well.
One of Kobe's busiest areas
Popular with tourists, check out this shopping district and its old Japan feel
Shibuya is a very popular town for younger generations, and this crossing is one of the biggest scramble crossings in the world. It is a famous spot that appears in many movies.
Marunouchi Naka-Dori Street connects Yurakucho and Otemachi. Large buildings such as Marubiru (Marunouchi Building) line the street, giving it the atmosphere of a business district.
Shibuya's top commercial district right near the Shibuya scramble crossing. Has a wide variety of shops including restaurants and karaoke stores.
Sapporo's northern entertainment district: ”The district that never sleeps”