Ochanomizu University (お茶の水女子大学, Ochanomizu Joshi daigaku) is one of only two national women's universities in Japan. The other is Nara Women's University.
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Namco Namja Town is an indoor theme park in the Sunshine City shopping complex in east Ikebukuro, Toshima, Tokyo, Japan. The park was opened in 1996 by Namco, a Japanese company best known for producing video games, although the park itself does not…
Musashino Art University (武蔵野美術大学, Musashino Bijutsu Daigaku, MAU) is a university in Kodaira, western Tokyo, founded in 1962 and having roots going back to 1929.
The Ministry of Justice (法務省, Hōmu-shō) is one of the cabinet level ministries of the Japanese government. It is responsible for the judicial system, correctional services, household, property and corporate registrations.
Tokyo Metropolitan Hibiya High School (東京都立日比谷高等学校, Tōkyō Toritsu Hibiya Kōtōgakkō) is a Japanese high school founded in 1878 as the Tokyo First Middle School or Tokyo First Junior High School (東京府立第一中学校, Tōkyō Furitsu Daiichi Chūgakkō).
Ōtemachi Station (大手町駅, Ōtemachi-eki) is a subway station in Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan, jointly operated by Tokyo Metro and Toei Subway.
The Tokyo Detention House (東京拘置所, Tōkyō Kōchisho) is a correctional facility in Katsushika, Tokyo.
The Shinjuku Park Tower (新宿パークタワー, Shinjuku Pāku Tawā) is the second-tallest building in Shinjuku, Tokyo. It was designed by Kenzo Tange and completed in 1994. Shinjuku Park Tower has 3 elements; S tower, which is 235 m (771 ft) tall with 52 storeys…
Ōmiya (大宮区, Ōmiya-ku) is a ward of Saitama city, Saitama Prefecture, Japan. It is in the Greater Tokyo Area and about 25 km north of central Tokyo.
Yūrakuchō (有楽町) is a neighborhood of Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan, situated in between the Ginza and Hibiya Park, near the neighborhood of Shinbashi. Unlike its tonier neighbor Ginza, Yūrakuchō provides a glimpse of Japanese life from the early postwar per…
Toyo University (東洋大学, Tōyō Daigaku) is a university with several branches in Japan, including Bunkyō, Tokyo, Asaka, Kawagoe, and Itakura.
Tokyo Gakugei University (東京学芸大学) or Gakudai (学大), for short, is a national university in Koganei, Tokyo.
The Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum (江戸東京たてもの園, Edo Tōkyō Tatemono En, lit.
The Ōoku (大奥, great interior) refers to the harem of Edo Castle, the section where the women connected to the reigning Shogun resided.
Yaesu (八重洲) is a neighborhood in Chūō, Tokyo, Japan, located north of Ginza, west of Nihonbashi and Kyōbashi, and adjacent to the east side of Tokyo Station.
Ryōgoku (両国?) is a neighborhood in Sumida, Tokyo. It is surrounded by various neighborhoods in Sumida, Chūō, and Taitō wards: Yokoami, Midori, Chitose, Higashi Nihonbashi, and Yanagibashi.
Rikugien Garden (六義園, Rikugi-en) is a Tokyo metropolitan park in Bunkyō-ku. The name Rikugi-en means Garden of the Six Principles of Poetry which comes from the idea of the six elements in waka poetry while en means garden or park. The park consists…
Koishikawa Kōrakuen Garden (小石川後楽園?) is in Koishikawa, Bunkyō, Tokyo, adjacent to Tokyo Dome City. It is one of two surviving Edo period clan gardens in modern Tokyo, the other being Kyu Shiba Rikyu Garden, and one of the oldest and best preserved p…