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Marunouchi has prestigious office landmark and historical monument.

Visit Marunouchi

The area in and around Marunouchi, which stretches between Tokyo Station and the Imperial Palace, has a little bit of everything to it: there are the newly built Hibiya Midtown and Ginza Six shopping centers, the expansive grounds of Hibiya Park, and the upscale shops and restaurants of Ginza. Sports fans aren’t left out, as they can find great bars among the down-to-earth izakaya and classy restaurants of the Yurakucho neighborhood.


Access from Narita Airport to Tokyo Station

・Keisei Skyliner to Nippori Station; Change to the Yamanote Line and go to Tokyo Station (about 1h.)
・JR Narita Express to Tokyo Station (about 1h 30min.)
・Airport Limousine Bus to Tokyo Station (about 1h 40min.)

Access from Haneda Airport to Tokyo Station

・Monorail to Hamamatsucho Station; Change to the Yamanote Line and go to Tokyo Station (about 35 min.)

Things To Do


  • Tokyo Station Gallery

    Marunouchi - Art

    Tokyo Station Gallery

    The Tokyo Station Gallery was built to offer tourists and residents the opportunity to enjoy an impressive array of art exhibitions right in the middle of one of the most historic buildings in the city.

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  • National Showa Memorial Museum

    Marunouchi - Art

    National Showa Memorial Museum

    The National Showa Memorial Museum / Showa-kan is a facility for collecting, preserving, and exhibiting historical materials related to the hardships of Japanese citizens (including bereaved families) during and after World War Ⅱ. It offers a fascinating glimpse into a pivotal time in the country’s history.

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Nature & Park

  • Tokyo Imperial Palace

    Marunouchi - Nature & Park

    Tokyo Imperial Palace

    The East Imperial Gardens are next to the Imperial Palace, home of the Emperor of Japan. These traditional Japanese-style gardens are open to the public and make for a great walk.

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  • Hibiya Park

    Marunouchi - Nature & Park

    Hibiya Park

    You can relax both mentally and physically in this tranquil space where one could easily forget that they were in the middle of the city.

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  • Yurakucho Under Guard *Andy's

    Marunouchi - Nightlife

    Yurakucho Under Guard *Andy's

    Down in Yurakucho under the railway tracks Shin Hinomoto (locally known as Andy’s Izakaya) offers a great atmosphere and some of the best seafood in Tokyo!

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  • Sports Bar: <a href="/sports_bars/#sports-bar_marunouchi-hub">HUB</a>, <a href="/sports_bars/#sports-bar_300-bar">300BAR NEXT</a>

    Marunouchi - Nightlife

    Sports Bar: HUB, 300BAR NEXT

    Yurakucho has plenty of izakayas, restaurants and bars under the subway tracks, including some great sports bars where you can eat, drink and watch a Rugby match on the big screen!


  • Tokyo Great Kayaking Tour

    Marunouchi - Experience

    Tokyo Great Kayaking Tour

    Most people associate kayaking with the great outdoors, but these small vessels do just as well in the canals and rivers that run through Tokyo. Seeing parts of the city from the water is a great way to spend part of the day!

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For more insights on how to get the most out of your time in Marunouchi, make sure to visit GO TOKYO.

In Marunouchi and not sure where to eat? Check out EAT TOKYO, which features comprehensive listings of restaurants by location, type of cuisine and more.