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A small modern museum of the history of advertising in Japan, run by Japan's biggest ad company Dentsu.
A small modern museum of the history of advertising in Japan, run by Japan's biggest ad company Dentsu. Probably the most interesting section is war-time propaganda, with posters exhorting the populace to grow pumpkins and apply for permits before listening to the radio. Most exhibits annotated in English.
Japan, 〒105-0021 Tōkyō-to, Minato-ku, Higashishinbashi, 1 Chome−3−1, ＯＤＡＢＬＤＧ．Ｎｏ．２ 8-
Originally built by 17th century daimyo Matsudaira Tsunashige as a private residence and duck hunting grounds at the mouth of the Sumida River, Hama-rikyu is now a public walking garden with an all-season range of flowers and flowering trees
Officially known as the Tokyo Metropolitan Central Wholesale Market, the famous Tsukiji Fish Market is worth a visit for its 1600 stalls of exotic and delicious marine animals, including large blue fin tuna, live shell fish, deep sea crabs, eels, and salmon
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A Jodo Shinshu temple just a few blocks away from the fish market, worth seeing because of its unique, South Asian-inspired architecture
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Has a noteworthy collection centering on Japanese traditional arts
A massive, modern exhibition centre used for concerts, conventions and the like
Founded by Yūyo Shōsō in the 14th century, the Zōjō-ji is the headquarters of the Chinzei branch of Jōdo-shū Buddhism
Soaring to a height of 332