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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..
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
A massive, modern exhibition centre used for concerts, conventions and the like
Not the most famous of Tokyo's gardens, but the Kiyosumi is quite lovely and uncrowded
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
A Jodo Shinshu temple just a few blocks away from the fish market, worth seeing because of its unique, South Asian-inspired architecture
Fresh from a recent renovation, this intimate museum features a wonderfully recreated Tempo-period (1830-1843) neighbourhood - complete with homes, shops, narrow alleyways, and even the local rubbish dump
Has a noteworthy collection centering on Japanese traditional arts
The heart of Ginza is the intersection of Chuo-dori and Harumi-dori, dominated by the glass cylinder of this building
The Sony Showroom has four floors of the latest Sony products, with a small shop on the 3rd floor
The Imperial Palace in Tokyo is the official residence of the Emperor of Japan, built on the site of the former Edo Castle