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A quiet but trendy area close to Shibuya and Daikanyama. It's more fashionable streets are along the river, which is a popular hanami-spot during spring.

You'll find many stylish cafés ans stores here, ones similar to the Harajuku area, but a bit more relaxed and mature. It's one of my favourite areas in Tokyo, and well worth a visit.

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This guided day tour takes you to majestic Mt. Fuji and Hakone. It stops at the Fuji Visitor Center, a trip up to Mt. Fuji's 5th station (2,300m), a cruise on Lake Ashi, and a ride on the Komagatake Ropeway which boasts great views of the surrounding Hakone National Park and Mt. Fuji. Includes transportation to Mt. Fuji and Hakone by chartered bus with tour guide, return to Tokyo by Shinkansen (bullet train) and a Japanese-style lunch.

JPY 16,000! Great value and a fantastic day out!

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An artificial island built in the middle of the XIX century by the Tokugawas that turned into a futuristic residential area during the 80's. After the 90's crisis no many people was able to buy a house there, so it became a big commercial area. Includes the Fuji TV building (and its museum), several malls and a seafront with a small replica of the Statue of Liberty. It's connected to Tokyo by the Rainbow bridge and has the best views of the Tokyo skyline. Go by the Yurikamome automated train!

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