Tokyo's stock exchange, while one of the largest in the world by capitalization, is now entirely automated, and the tiny building it resides in is mostly for show, featuring a small museum, exhibition hall, and broadcasting facilities.
Japan, 〒103-0026 Tōkyō-to, Chūō-ku, Nihonbashikabutochō, 2−1, 東京証券取引所ビル
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Tokyo Stock Exchange and Nearby Attractions on Map
Ryōgoku Kokugikan(2.1 km)
The largest sumo arena in Japan with a capacity for 10,000 spectators, this is where grand tournaments or basho are held in January, May and September, starting on the second Sunday of the month.
Kanda Shrine(2.3 km)
This shrine has a history dating back to the 8th century and had been highly regarded under the Edo shogunate.
Edo-Tokyo Museum(2.1 km)
One of the best museums in Tokyo, the Edo-Tokyo Museum is housed in a bizarre multi-storey building which is meant to evoke an old raised kurazukuri-style warehouse.
Tsukiji Fish Market(2.3 km)
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.
Kiyosumi Garden(1.7 km)
Not the most famous of Tokyo's gardens, but the Kiyosumi is quite lovely and uncrowded.
Hama-rikyu Gardens(2.7 km)
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.
San-ai Building(1.8 km)
The heart of Ginza is the intersection of Chuo-dori and Harumi-dori, dominated by the glass cylinder of this building.
The area houses thousands of shops selling every technological gadget you can imagine, from computers to gaming consoles and vacuums to DVDs, at reasonable prices.
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