4.Explore our neighborhood.

See, hear, taste, smell, touch...

4.Explore our neighborhood.

See, hear, taste, smell, touch...

Tokyo Skytree
Tokyo Skytree Tokyo Skytree

The Tokyo Skytree is a television broadcasting tower and landmark of Tokyo. With a height of 634 meters , it is the tallest structure in Japan. Tokyo Skytree Town, a large shopping complex, is located at its base. International pop star Lady Gaga visited Tokyo Skytree in 2012, and said that she had never seen such a beautiful view.

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Tokyo Skytree Town
Tokyo Skytree Town Tokyo Skytree Town

Tokyo Skytree Town is a shopping and entertainment complex in the Sumida District of Tokyo, opened in May 2012. Around the base of Tokyo Skytree lies Tokyo Solamachi, a commercial complex with over 300 shops and restaurants. Tokyo Solamachi also features several plazas and green spaces from where you can admire the tower, as well as a planetarium and the Sumida Aquarium.

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Shitamachi
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Once you’ve seen all of Tokyo’s major sightseeing spots and stocked up on souvenirs, you may wonder: what to do next? Tokyo’s nostalgic, old town areas, called “Shitamachi” in Japanese, spreads around the hotel. You can experience the daily life of Tokyo locals in Shitamachi.

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Sumo
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Sumo is a Japanese style of wrestling and Japan's national sport. It originated in ancient times as a performance to entertain the Shinto deities. Many rituals with religious background, such as the symbolic purification of the ring with salt, are still followed today. Matches take place on an elevated ring (dohyo), which is made of clay and covered in a layer of sand. The rules are simple, the wrestler who first exits the ring or touches the ground with any part of his body besides the soles of his feet loses. The huge tournaments take place three times a year in Tokyo in January, May, and September, and this is your chance to see it. Each tournament starts and ends on a Sunday and lasts 15 days.

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