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Edo-Tokyo Museum is a great place to learn about the history and culture of Tokyo. Established in 1993, the museum tells the story of the development of Japan through historical events. Japan has a long history and the replicas and models display Western effects America and Europe had on the Meiji Era, the conversion from the Edo Era to the Tokyo Era, the effects of World War II, and much more. The museum holds life-size replicas of the Edo Castle and Nihonbashi Bridge. Lifestyles during the Edo Era are also portrayed in displays to depict how life in Japan was centuries ago. Its futuristic building was designed after an elevated-floor type warehouse. It rises 62.2m, the same high of the top tower of Edo Castle. It has a total area of about 30,000m², 2.4 times larger than Tokyo Dome. This museum is a great place to visit for those hoping to learn more about the unique history of Japan.
Rural German life-theme park and popular winter illuminations
The only surviving seaside garden of Edo Period in Tokyo
Japan's most prestigious university and ranks in the top schools in the world.
Sacred Mountain to meet the
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Modern Design Aquarium in The Tokyo SkyTree Town
The sacred place of Otaku culture - Anime, Manga, Game, Costume Shops
The Largest Anime Festival in the World