The Ginza is Tokyo's most famous upmarket shopping, entertainment and dining district, featuring numerous department stores, boutiques, cafes, night clubs, restaurants, and art galleries.
The main intercity rail terminal in Tokyo, and the busiest station in Japan in terms of number of trains per day (over 4,000). The starting point and terminus for most of Japan's Shinkansen and is served by many local and regional commuter lines of Japan Railways and the Tokyo Metro network.
Situated between Tokyo Station and Tokyo Imperial Palace, Japan's most prestigious business district of Marunouchi with neighboring Otemachi, is home to the headquarters or Tokyo branches of many of Japan's largest companies, particularly from the financial sector.
Literally meaning "Japan Bridge", this business district that has enjoyed much prosperity over the centuries. Currently the location of the Bank of Japan headquarters, the Tokyo Stock Exchange, HSBC, Merrill Lynch, and commercial stores such as Coredo, Mitsukoshi and Takashimaya.
Upscale grocery store with a wide selection of local and imported goods. Meat, fish, alcohol, vegetables, fruits, bakery selection are very impressive.
The first Disneyland Park to be opened outside the US. Disney Sea is also located in the vinicity of Tokyo Disneyland. Only 13 min from Tokyo Station to the closest station to Tokyo Disneyland, Maihama.