Built on what once used to be a Yebisu beer factory, Yebisu Garden Place is now a complex of commercial and office buildings, housing restaurants, a shopping mall, a Mitsukoshi department store, the Westin Tokyo Hotel, a concert hall, the Tokyo Metropolitan Museum and ...

As Toyota's very own car theme park, Mega Web offers visitors the opportunity to try out new vehicles, while finding out a bit more about what is currently the largest automaker in the world. The Toyota City Showcase zone displays 60 of the latest Toyota ...

LakeTown Outlet is aimed at families, with various international and local casual fashion stores, plus kids clothing, homeware shops and cafes.Aeon Lake Town is a large eco-friendly shopping mall and entertainment area split into three zones: LakeTown Kaze, LakeTown Mori and LakeTown Outlet LakeTown Kaze ...

Aeon LakeTown is a large eco-friendly shopping mall and entertainment area split into three zones: LakeTown Kaze, LakeTown Mori and LakeTown Outlet LakeTown Mori is advertised as Japan's longest shopping mall, contains fashion brands, restaurants, a supermarket, beauty zone, outdoor and sports zone and a ...

Aeon Lake Town is a large eco-friendly shopping mall and entertainment area split into three zones: LakeTown Kaze, LakeTown Mori and LakeTown Outlet LakeTown Kaze houses young fashion, sports and other clothing stores plus a cinema complex. LakeTown Mori is advertised as Japan's longest shopping mall, ...

Established in 1952, the International House of Japan is a private, non-profit organization created to promote and foster cultural exchange and intellectual cooperation between Japan and other countries. It was designated as a Special Corporation in the Public Interest by the Ministry of Foreign ...

A one-stop for shopping, dining and entertainment, Roppongi Hills houses various fashion, design and goods stores; Toho Cinemas; the Grand Hyatt Tokyo hotel; and a host of restaurants and cafes. With its strong emphasis on contemporary art, the building is also home to the Mori ...

Each floor of the Osaka Science Museum shows scientific principles in action. For example, kids can place their hands on the massive cords of metal wire used in industrial power cables, and then operate hand cranks and treadmills to see if they can generate ...

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