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Majpr 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.
*Approx. 25 minutes from Maihama Station.
Maimaha Station(JR Keiyo Line) - Shinkiba Station(Rinkai Line) - Tokyo Teleport Station

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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.
*Approx. 30 minutes from Maihama Station.
Maihama Station(JR Keiyo Line) - Hachobori Station(Hibiya Line) - Ningyocho(Asakusa Line) - Asakusa Station

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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.
*Approx. 30 minutes from Maihama Station.
Maihama Station(JR Keiyo Line) - Hacchobori Station(Hibiya Line) - Ginza Station

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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.
*Approx. 35 minutes from Maihama Station.
Maihama Station(JR Keiyo Line) - Tokyo Station(JR Yamanote Line) - Akihabara Station

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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.
*Approx. 50 minutes from Maihama Station.
Maihama Station(JR Keiyo Line) - Tokyo Station(JR Chuo Line) - Shinjuku Station

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Shibuya

Famous for its "scramble crossing", Hachiko Statue, and numerous fashion-oriented shopping centers such as Shibuya 109, this area is well-known as the hub of Japanese pop culture. In recent years however, Shibuya has continued to evolve and attract older people with the opening of many multi-use complexes.
*Approx. 45 minutes by train from Maihama Station
Maihama Station(JR Keiyo Line) - Shinkiba Station(Rinkai Line) - Shibuya Station

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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.
*Approx. 38 minutes by train from Maihama station.
Maihama Station(JR Keiyo Line) - Hacchobori Station(Hibiya Line) - Roppongi Station

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