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  • Tokyo Tourist Information Center
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    4.0
    188 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Shinjuku-ku Nishishinjuku 2-8-1 Tokyo Metropolitan Government first this government office building 1F
    This is a sightseeing information center established for tourists both domestic and foreign on the first floor of the North side of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government’s main building. The center details sightseeing routes and provides information on transportation, introduces accommodation within the city, and also sells merchandise and tickets. There is also a service that introduces volunteer sightseeing guides for foreign tourists. Open every day year-round and business hours are from 9:30–18:30.

    We found they staff very helpful. They gave us lots of very useful advice to help us make the most of our time in Tokyo and for our travels in Japan.

  • Mitake Visitor Center
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    4.0
    16 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Oumeshi Mitakesan 38-5
    Located at the top of Mt. Mitake in Ome City, this facility at the entrance to the Chichibu-Tama-Kai National Park offers visitors information about trails in the vicinity of Mt. Mitake as well as its nature. The center conducts guided walks (open-air explanations) as well as explanations via slide shows, and also features a classroom for making crafts. The center can also support groups such as for field trips or activities to experience nature.

    The people here are very helpful and they have area info, maps, in english, which really helps to better orient ones self. Right next to the Mitake train station and worth stopping in for directions...

  • Plat Tsukiji
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Chuou-ku Tsukiji 4-16-2 1,000 Furniture Building 1F
    This is a general information center in Tsukiji’s Outer Market that opened in 2012. The center provides a variety of services for tourists such as distributing maps, introducing shops, and giving sightseeing information on nearby sights. In addition, Plat Tsukiji also features a special event space for sales and PR functions, as well as coin lockers and a relaxation space, and it can even be used as a rendezvous point. The closest station is Tsukijishijo Station.
  • Tsukishima Monja Association
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Chuou-ku Tsukishima 1-8-1-103
    This is an association of shops selling monjayaki in Tsukishima. The office mainly works with participating shops. They are also stocked with souvenirs like T-shirts with the monjayaki logo, monjayaki sets, and items you need for making monjayaki like the metal spatulas. Tsukishima meal coupons are sold there. These coupons get you 10% off meals at participating stores.
  • Edo Tokyo Museum Tourist Information Office
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Sumida-ku Yokoami 1-4-1
  • Kagoshima Yurakukan
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    3.5
    2 Reviews
    Shopping
    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Yurakucho 1-6-4 Chiyoda Building 1F-3F
    This antenna shop sells Kagoshima Prefecture specialty goods and agricultural products, and relays tourism information. It sells food products and provides tourist information on the first floor, restaurants are on the second floor, and crafts are on display and sold on the third floor. There are a lot of sake and shochu that are unique to Kagoshima, and there are many products that can only be found here outside Kagoshima, such as items made from different ingredients including sweet potatoes, brown sugar and wheat, ones with different alcohol levels, and liqueur made from shochu. The popular menu item at the second-floor restaurant “Yushoku Tonsai Ichinisan” is their own black pork shabu-shabu finished with soba tsuyu soup base. Black pork shabu-shabu eaten with soba soup is an unlikely exquisite combination.

    さつまいも好きにはたまらない場所でしょう! 縦に長い店内は、お酒からパック製品、さつまあげのほか、季節柄か、焼き芋もありました。 あとは、白熊!夏なら買ってその場で食べたくなるものです!

  • Machi-no-eki Poppo Machida
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Machida-shi Haramachida 4-10-20
    This is the nickname for the building aimed at revitalizing the central area around Machida Station. “Poppo” means “center” in the Tama dialect. Because it is in the center of Machida City, this building was developed as a facility playing a central role in developing the area. Cafes and a wooden decked square are on the first floor facing the street, with many people taking breaks there while shopping. The building also houses many meeting rooms and event spaces, and farmers' markets and craft events are also held there on occasion.
  • Kameido Umeyashiki
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    3.5
    33 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Koto-ku Kameido 4-18-8
    "A seven-minute walk from Kameido Station on the JR Chuo-Sobu Line. This tourist information center and local specialty product showroom shop was opened in 2013. The estate which once stood here was nicknamed the Kameido Umeyashiki (""Kameido Plum Estate"") in the Edo period after its beautiful plum tree was featured in numerous ukiyoe prints and it became a renowned sightseeing destination. The facility which stands here today serves as a center for sharing with visitors the culture and history of Edo, Japanese Shitamachi working class neighborhoods, and stylish Kameido. Inside, you can purchase famous Kameido products and souvenirs from across Japan, or bring some food into the adjoining cafe space to enjoy. The facility is decorated with Edo kiriko glass and ukiyoe prints and holds local citizen events, traditional rakugo comedic storytelling performances, and a variety of other entertainments for visitors to enjoy."

    道の駅と称して、お土産物飲食店が立ち並ぶスポット。ちなみにコインパーキングに駐めるシステムです。個人的におすすめは文芸館。13時から寄席のライブが楽しめます。そんな下町らしい雰囲気が、粋なサービスでした。

  • Okutama Visitor Center
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    4.0
    26 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Nishitama-gun Okutamamachi Hikawa 171-1
    A two-minute walk from Okutama Station and a 50-minute drive from the Ome Interchange. This visitor center is located right on the first intersection walking along the main road outside the station. The center provides useful information on mountain climbing and hiking in the Okutama area and also has exhibits on the animals and plants which can be seen in the vicinity. In addition, the center provides maps and is a great place to check out before going sightseeing in the area. The center can also be used as a lounge to take a break and it holds various events and activities. Lastly, the center offers a full range of services for international tourists.

    駅から3分ほど歩いた場所にあります。外見はとても立派です。ただし、見るものなどは特になく、賑やかさにも欠けます。パンフレットも駅近くの案内所にあるので寄る必要はないかもしれません。 This is not in front of the station, 3-minute walk takes you to the building. It looks big, however, there...

  • Hachijo Visitor Center
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Hachijomachi Okago 2843
    This facility introduces the nature of Hachijojima Island. The visitor center was constructed with the island itself as a motif. Here you can learn about the nature of the island, the origin of the island, the history, the lifestyle and living things. Because there is an approximately 22-hectare large botanical garden next door, many tourists visit both facilities. Aside from the displays, events allowing you to experience nature, such as treks across Mt. Mihara and tide pool exploring, are regularly held.
  • Oshinari-kun no Ie
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    4.0
    4 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Sumida-ku Narihira 2-15-6
    "This tourist information center and rest area is located in front of Tokyo Skytree about a three-minute walk from Oshiage Station. ""Oshinari-kun"" was designed to greet visitors, guide sightseeing in Sumida Ward and energize the local area by using the building which was vacant at the time. Oshinari-kun is a local character which was named from ""Oshi"" and ""Nari"" from the Oshiage and Narihirabashi areas. Its motif is Ariwara no Narihira, a waka poet of the Heian period, whose name became the origin of the name of Narihira Bridge, and it is characterized by his wearing an eboshi cap (a type of headgear worn by court nobles) with the Tokyo Skytree design. Original Oshinari-kun goods such as hand towels and cellphone straps are available for sale."

    おしなりくんはこのあたりのゆるキャラのようです。館内は学校の教室のような感じです。なんか懐かしいですね。大きなおしなりくんが置いていました。数種類の飲み物が飲めます

  • TURKISHAir&Travel
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Sarugakucho 30-8 Twin Building Daikan-yama B Building 402
  • Arakawa Tourist Hospitality Salon
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Arakawa
  • Nippori Tourist Information Office
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Arakawa Nishi-nippori 2-19-1 Nippori Eki Keisei Kitaguchi Kaisatsu Mae
  • Ginza NAGANO
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    4.0
    19 Reviews
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Chuo-ku Ginza 5-6-5 NOCO 124F

    Go here to get your local foods, pickles, and whatnots from Nagano. Even better, go in and hang out at the little standing bar out front, get a glass of sake (or wine, or beer), have a little...

  • S . S . tea
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Minato-ku Minamiaoyama 2-2-15 Wynn Aoyama 1040
  • Wako Tourist Service Tokyo Sales Office
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Itabashi-ku Misono 1-21-9
  • Travel tack
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Minato-ku Daiba 2-3-2 Daiba Frontier Building 16F CREECO CORPORATION
  • Tokyo Tourist Information Center Keisei-Ueno
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Taito-ku Uenokoen 1-60 Keisei Ueno Ticket Gate Mae
  • Tokyo Tourist Information Center Haneda Airport
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    4.0
    36 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Ota-ku Haneda Airport 2-6-5 Haneda International route Passenger Terminal 2F

    one who like to know and explore the ideas they can find it very useful. the information provider was well updated and greet you with warm welcome and gesture.

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