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Sunshine 60 was once the tallest building in Japan and it remains the most prominent building within the Sunshine City complex.
Sunshine 60 was once the tallest building in Japan and it remains the most prominent building within the Sunshine City complex. The surrounding Sunshine City complex includes shops, restaurants, an aquarium, and an observatory at the top of the Sunshine 60 building.
Japan, 〒170-0013 Tōkyō-to, Toshima-ku, Higashiikebukuro, 3 Chome−1−２
One of 6 stores dedicated to the cute popular Pokemon characters
A unique shop on the top floor of the Tokyu Hands building where you pay ¥600 entry fee and pet or play with the 20+ cats that live on the premises
Probably Tokyo's best-preserved early Edo-era Western-style mansion, designed by English architect Josiah Condor
The final resting place of Lafcadio Hearn is about the most exciting attraction in this neck of the woods
Has the world's longest escalator and offers various exhibits and concerts
Seat of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Tokyo
This temple is known for a fire called Meireki-no-Taika, an inferno 400 years ago which killed over 100,000 people
A classical Japanese park with ponds, hills and teahouses, originally built in 1695 by Yanagisawa Yoshiyasu, a Tokugawa daimyo
The Toyo Bunko is a special library and a research institute of Oriental studies