Marunouchi has prestigious office landmark and historical monument.
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.
Toyo(Marunouchi) to Shinjuku
Chuo Line Express towards Takao (About 15 minutes, ¥200)・Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line towards Shinjuku (About 20 minutes, ¥200)
Access from Shinjuku to Tokyo Stadium
Keio Line Limited Express from Shinjuku to Chofu: change to the Keio Line local train to Tobitakyu Station (About 30 minutes, ¥240). 10-minute walk.
Things To Do
Ginza - Shopping
Shopping （GINZA SIX）
If shopping is on your to-do list as a tourist, Ginza Six is an 13-floor, block-wide shopping complex. Easy to get lost in, you can easily spend an entire day there!
Art : Ginza Sony Park
Ginza Sony Park is a new addition to the Ginza area. The multi-level park is available to the public and hosts a range of events!
Hibiya - Nature
Hibiya Park / Hibiya Midtown
Tokyo Midtown Hibiya sits right across the street from Hibiya Park, which features a large expanse of gardens and some lovely seclusion from city life!
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.
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!
Sports Bar for rugby games : 300 bars
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!
True Japan Tour Karate Experience
Originally based on Chinese combat, karate was developed in Japan as a martial art that doesn't rely on weapons (karate means “empty hand” in Japanese). The program teaches both karate skills and the creed of the dojo.
Tokyo Dome Bowling Center
Did you know that bowling is very popular in Japan, and there are many bowling alleys all across the country? You can enjoy both bowling and beverages at Tokyo Dome Bowling Center.