The Imperial Palace, Tokyo's symbolic centre, cosies up to Marunouchi, a high-powered business district that's also home to Tokyo Station. Neighbouring Nihombashi is a historic neighbourhood with shops and restaurants that date to the era of the shogun. East of Nihombashi, towards the Sumida-gawa, is Ningyōchō, named after the dolls (ningyō) and puppets that were once made there, while northeast is the wholesale district of Bakurochō, lately a hub for hostels, cafes and small galleries.
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