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Yasukuni Shrine  


A shrine that enshrines those who have died since the end of the Edo period.

It was founded in 1869 at the request of Emperor Meiji.

It enshrines more than 2,466,000 war dead from the end of the Edo period to the previous war. It has been known as a famous spot for cherry blossoms since ancient times, as there are sample trees of cherry blossoms in Tokyo designated by the Meteorological Agency.

The Yushukan museum on the grounds displays treasures and relics of the enshrined deity.

Approximately 5 million people visit the shrine every year for New Year's visits, annual festivals in the spring and autumn, and the Mitama Festival in the summer.


TokyoDaijingu Shrine


A matchmaking shrine that connects happy relationships.

Built in 1880 as a hall of worship for the Ise Grand Shrine in Tokyo, it is affectionately known as the "Ise-sama of Tokyo."be.

The first Shinto shrine in Japan to hold a Shinto wedding ceremony, it is famous for its blessings for marriage.

Tokyo Dome City



"Tokyo Dome City Attractions" is an amusement park in the middle of the city attached to Tokyo Dome. Not only are there plenty of attractions, but various events are held in the park, so it's a recommended facility for families as well as dates.


Kitanomaru Park


Kitanomaru Park is located on the north side of the Imperial Palace Gardens. Surrounded by Shimizu moat, Ushigafuchi, and Chidori-ga-fuchi, it was the site of Kitanomaru, a part of the inner walls of Edo Castle, during the Edo period. There is a building where the wife of the shogun family lived after retirement, and historical figures such as Senhime and Kasuga no Tsubone spent the rest of their lives.

The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo


The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo houses works of art from the Meiji period to the present. There are works by not only Japanese artists but also foreign artists, so you can feel the influence of Western art on Japan. Right next to the museum is a brick craft museum, so why not visit them together?

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