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Major Districts

Tokyo Disney Resort
Two theme parks, A wide variety of shopping area. One of the biggest visitor attraction in Tokyo area. Free shuttle buses are available to the hotel.
http://www.tokyodisneyresort.jp/en/
   
Odaiba
A newly developed waterfront and island area in Tokyo bay. There are many interesting attractions like an unique hot spring spa facility, major TV station, shopping malls and much more.
* 25 minutes from Maihama station.
Maimaha Sta.(JR Keiyo Line) - Shinkiba Sta.(Rinkai Line) - Tokyo Teleport Sta.
Odaiba
   
Asakusa
Get a glimpse of old-world Japan in this lively area that preserves its Edo roots. Asakusa's a good place to buy handcrafted souvenirs and to try traditional food. Don't miss the impressive Sensoji Temple.
* 30 minutes from Maihama station.
Maihama Sta.(JR Keiyo Line) - Hachobori Sta.(Hibiya Line) - Ningyocho(Asakusa Line) - Asakusa Sta.
Asakusa
   
Ginza
This tony entertainment and shopping district is famous for its retail shops and high-class bars and restaurants. Try out the latest playthings in the Sony Building, or take in a traditional stage performance at the gorgeous Kabukiza Theater.
* 30 minutes from Maihama station.
Maihama Sta.(JR Keiyo Line) -Hacchobori Sta.(Hibiya Line) - Ginza Sta.
Ginza
   
Akihabara
You'll find every gadget imaginable at this world-famous consumer electronics Mecca. Note: Tourists can buy duty free items on the upper floors of most of the larger stores.
* 35 minutes from Maihama station.
Maihama Sta.(JR Keiyo Line) - Tokyo Sta.(JR Yamanote Line) - Akihabara Sta.
Akihabara
   
Shinjuku
A business area of Tokyo that has the Tokyo City Hall and many high-rise complexes. In the Kabukicho area, there is one of the biggest amusement squares in Japan. Shinjuku also has a good variety of restaurants with reasonable prices.
* 50 minutes from Maihama station.
Maihama Sta.(JR Keiyo Line) - Tokyo Sta.- (JR Chuo Line) - Shinjuku Sta.
Shinjuku
   
Shibuya
A shopping and eating district of Tokyo. Shibuya is also known as one of the fashion centers of Japan, particularly for young people, and as a major nightlife area.
* 45 minutes from Maihama station.
Maihama Sta.(JR Keiyo Line) - Shinkiba Sta.- (Rinkai line) - Shibuya Sta.
Shibuya
   
Roppongi
It's been a melting pot in Tokyo. Roppongi Hills opened in Spring 2003, Roppongi Hills is also home to approximately 200 shops, restaurants, hotels, offices and museums.
* 38 minutes from Maihama station.
Maihama Sta(JR Keiyo Line) - Hacchobori Sta.(Hibiya Line) - Roppongi Sta.
Roppongi

Travel Information & Tourist Spots

Japan National Tourist Organization (JNTO) http://www.jnto.go.jp/
A tourist information center providing travel information for Tokyo and the rest of Japan.
 
Tokyo Tower http://www.tokyotower.co.jp/eng/
Tokyo Tower is one of the city's most recognizable landmarks and offers breathtaking views of the city. The height of Tokyo Tower is 333-meter. Since its opening in 1958, the Tokyo Tower has been the world's tallest self-supporting steel tower. The Eiffel Tower in Paris is 320m high.
 
Ryogoku Kokugikan Sumo Arena http://www.sumo.or.jp/en/index
This is the main arena where Sumo tournaments are held. Sumo tournaments are held 6 times annually in Japan and are hosted 3 times at the Ryogoku Kokugikan Arena. These Tokyo tournaments are held in January, May and September. The length of each tournament is 15 days.
 

International Conference Halls

Tokyo International Forum http://www.t-i-forum.co.jp/en/
A large convention complex which includes various types halls used for exhibitions, trade shows, and for concerts of International musical acts and musicians. The complex also contains a small museum, and provides shops and a restaurant.
 
Tokyo International Exhibition Center (Tokyo Big Sight) http://www.bigsight.jp/english/index.html
A large convention building with 230,000 square meters. This complex includes exhibition halls and meeting facilities. It is also known as one of the largest international exhibition halls in Japan, showcasing many interesting trade shows, like the Tokyo Anime Fair.
 
Makuhari Messe http://www.m-messe.co.jp/en/index.html
A large exhibition complex composed of 3 major facilities; the International Exhibition hall, the International Convention hall and the Makuhari Event Hall. The Makuhari Messe is also know as the exhibition center where the Tokyo Mortor Show is held.

Tours

JTB Sunrise Tours http://www.jtb-sunrisetours.jp/index.aspx
One of the most popular travel agency offering business travel in Japan, for over 40 years. JTB Sunrise Tours offers over 100 different types of tours.
 
Hato Bus (Coach Trips in Tokyo and Suburbs) http://www.hatobus.com/en/index.html
From regular sightseeing tours to specialized tours, many types of tours of Tokyo and the surrounding areas are available.
 
Sea Line Tokyo (Tokyo Bay Cruise) http://www.symphony-cruise.co.jp/english/
The cruise going around major spots around in Tokyo bay, such as Rainbow Bridge or Odaiba. Various cruise plans with lunch or dinner are available.

Areas around Tokyo

Hakone
One of the most popular natural hot spring resort areas in Japan. Hakone is located in the center of the Fuji Hakone Izu National Park where you can enjoy seasonally wonders of the area.
* Travel time 1 hour and 20min. by train
JR Tokyo Station (Shinkansen Bullet Train) to Odawara (Hakone Tozan Railway) to Hakone Yumoto Station.
For more information about Hakone
http://www.hakone.or.jp/en/
 
Izu
A popular seaside resort area filled with various sea attractions and views of mountains. Izu is also well known as an Onsen hot spring resort area.
* Travel time Approx. 2 hours 10 min.
JR Tokyo Station (Shinkansen Bullet Train) to the Atami Station (Izu Kyuko Line) to the Izukogen Station.
For more information about Izu
http://www.izushi.info/english/index.html
 
Kamakura
A historical old city retaining the beautiful temples and shrines of the past, as well as the location of the Daibutsu in Kotokuin Temple.
* Travel time Approx. 70 minutes by train
JR Tokyo Station(JR Yokosuka Line) to the Kamakura Station
For more information about Kamakura
http://en.kamakura-info.jp/
 
Nikko
One of the most popular sightseeing spots in Japan. In Nikko you will find lakes, waterfalls and the Nikko Toshogu Temple, a UNESCO national heritage site. A must-see!
* Travel time Approx. 2 hours by train
JR Tokyo Station (Shinkansen Bullet Train) to the Utsunomiya Station (JR Nikko Line) to the Nikko station.
For more information about Nikko
http://nikko-travel.jp/english/
 
Mount Fuji
The highest mountain in Japan, attracting many visitors each year. A revered mountain that dramatically changes in appearance according to the season. In the appropriate season, you can enjoy climbing, and scale Mt. Fuji.
* Travel time Approx. 3 hours by train
JR Tokyo Station (JR Chuo Line) to the Shinjyuku Station (JR Chuo Line Tokkyu Express) to the Otsuki Station (Fuji Kyuko Line) to the Fuji Yoshida Station.
For more information about Mt. Fuji
http://mtfuji-jp.com/

Other Areas

Kyoto
Travel time Approx. 2 hours and 40 minutes by train.
JR Tokyo Station (Shinkansen Bullet Train) to the Kyoto Station.
For more information about Kyoto
http://kyoto.travel/enl
 
Nara
Travel time Approx. 3 hours 30 min.
JR Tokyo Station (Shinkansen Bullet Train) to Kyoto (JR Miyakoji Kaisoku Line) to Nara Station.
For more information about Nara
http://narashikanko.or.jp/en/
 
Osaka
Travel time Approx. 3 hours by train
JR Tokyo Station (Shinkansen Bullet Train) to the Shin Osaka Station (JR Tokaido honsen) to the Osaka Station
For more information about Osaka
http://www.osaka-info.jp/en/
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