JCII Camera Museum
Among the hundreds of vintage cameras on display here is a 1839 Giroux daguerreotype, the world's first camera. Japan wasn't far behind:...
Built on a site once inhabited by feudal lords, Japan’s current parliament building was completed in 1936 and houses two chambers – the...
Hotel New Ōtani
The New Ōtani was a showplace hotel when it opened in 1964 to coincide with the Tokyo Olympics. Even though this is no longer considered...
This chain izakaya (Japanese pub-eatery) specialises in Tosa-ryōri , the food of Kōchi Prefecture in Shikoku. It is easily spotted by...
4-1 Hayabusa-chō · interesting places nearby
National Theatre information
This is the capital's premier venue for traditional performing arts with a 1600-seat and a 590-seat auditorium. Performances include kabuki, gagaku (music of the imperial court) and bunraku (classic puppet theatre). Earphones with English translation are available for hire (¥650 plus ¥1000 deposit). Check the website for performance schedules.