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Kabuki-za

Kabuki is Japanese traditional dance and drama. They rebuild the building due to damage and aging. It's 4 floors with 1,964 seats. There is a kKabuki-za gallery (toll fee) where costumes and props used for kabuki are displayed on the 5th floor, and many tourists are visiting. 

 Nearest Station: Ginza Line, Marunouchi Line, Hibiya Line, "Ginza" Station
Address: 4-12-15 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Website: http://www.kabuki-za.co.jp/

Tsukiji Fish Market

It has an old history as fish and fruit market. There are also grocery stores and dining halls other than the market. A market where professionals such as eating and drinking establishments come to buy, but recently many people visit from home and abroad as sightseeing spots. It is planned to relocate in Toyosu area due to aging and overcrowding.

Nearest Station: Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line Tsukiji Station 
Address: 5-2-1 Tsukiji, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Website: http://www.tsukiji-market.or.jp

Ginza Main Street

It is one of the leading downtown areas in Japan and one of the most exclusive shopping streets in Tokyo. A well-established store that overseas famous brands and traditions and techniques to the present has a store. It is also a city of history and culture including the Kabuki-za.

Nearest Station: Ginza Station (Tokyo Metro Ginza, Marunouchi, Hibiya Line) 
Address: 4-1-2 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Website: http://www.ginza.jp/

Imperial Palace / Kokyo Gaien National Garden

Kokyogaien National Gardens is together with the Imperial Palace grounds.  There is the single largest green area in the center of Tokyo and, combined with the moats, they represent a very important nature reserve and recreation area in Tokyo.

Nearest Station: Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line Nijūbashimae Station and Tokyo Metoro Hibiya Line Hibiya Station
Address: 1-1 Kokyogaien, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Website: http://fng.or.jp/koukyo/

Tokyo Station

Terminal station which should also be called the front door of Tokyo. The red brick Marunouchi entrance station building was designed by Kingo Tatsuno. Completed in 1914, it was designated as an important cultural property of the country in 2003. In October 2012 storage restoration work was completed and it was reproduced after a building from 100 years ago. In the station premises and underground shopping districts, eating establishments and commercial facilities spread and become a large-scale commercial area.

Nearest Station: Tokyo Station
Address: 1-9-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Website: http://www.gotokyo.org/jp/tourists/topics_event/topics/120918/topics.html
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