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Tokyo Subway Navigation
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We’ve established travel information desks with regular staff who can provide information in English and Chinese at Ueno, Ginzo, Shinjuku, Omote-sando and shibuya Station! (Only English is available at Shibuya Station)
Tokyo Sightseeing Spots
Takeshita Dori Harajuku
Shop the latest kawaii and hip fashion items at Harajuku! Their clothes are relatively cheap and they are the center of fashion town in Tokyo. While you’re here, don’t forget to try their oh-so-famous Harajuku crepes too.
Shibuya 109 (Shibuya St)
Other than being famous for their “busiest crossing in the world”, they are also famous among young Japanese girls for having a huge building just for shopping! In Shibuya 109 (Ichimarukyu), you’ll see cheap clothings for teenagers to expensive clothings for office ladies.
Ginza District (Ginza St)
If you’re looking to experience a luxurious shopping trip, Ginza is for you! Almost all the department stores and shops gives out this “expensive” feel even if it is just Uniqlo!
Denkigai, Electric Town Akihabara (Akihabara Station)
The shopping heaven for most guys (and girls)! If you’re looking to buy cheap electronics, new or used, Akihabara is the perfect place for you. And of course, if you’re an Anime fan, this is where you want to be for your whole trip!
Sensoji, Asakusa Temple (Asakusa Station)
Take some time off your trip and make a stop at Asakusa Temple or known as Sensoji! Compared to other parts of the city, you’ll feel like you traveled back in time in Asakusa with traditional shops, buildings and temples.
Outer Gardens of the Imperial Palace (Otemachi St)
Did you know you can visit the garden of the Imperial Palace? It was once the former site of Edo Castle back in history, but now it is a lovely garden that changes it looks along the season. A must visit especially during spring and autumn.
Ueno AmeYoko (Ueno St)
Ameyoko is the place for you to experience local wet-market scene! Here you get to see all kind of fresh seafood selling at a super cheap price! And if seafood is not your thing, you can try out their fresh fruits at the market too. The sweet melon is definitely a must!
Tokyo Marunouchi Exit (Tokyo Station)
Tokyo Station is not perfect for you to change trains, but also to admire the architectural design of the building that was restored to its original state that allows visitor to travel back in time. Since Tokyo Station is so big, make sure you exit from Marunouchi exit for this view!
Panga Yakiniku (Shin-Okachimachi Station)
Panga Yakiniku is one of the best place in Tokyo to have Halal Japanese-style BBQ! Its a few minutes walk from the station but it is certainly worth it. We suggest you to try out their Beef set group if you don’t know what to order!
Sushiken Asakusa (Tawaramachi Station)
The very few places in Tokyo where you can Halal sushi and it is at Sushiken Asakusa! Don’t need to worry if they add mirin/alcohol in your sushi anymore and enjoy Japanese finest sushi here!
Curry House Coco Ichibanya (Akihabara Station)
Coco Ichibanya is Japan’s most famous curry chain store and they finally made special Halal shop so that their Muslim customers can taste it too! Our favorite is the Chicken Katsu Curry Rice with cheese and the best part about Coco Ichibanya is you can choose spicy level from 1 to 10.
Honolu Ramen Ebisu (Ebisu Station)
Calling all ramen lovers! Honolu Ramen is the place you have to visit if you’re in Tokyo as their chicken ramen is very rich and spicy. Don’t forget to add on Karaage while you’re here too!