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.
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
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.
Nature & Park
Marunouchi - Experience
VR Ninja Dojo
Within walking distance of the Imperial Palace - the symbolic heart of all things Japanesque - this VR martial-arts experience offers cost-performance like nowhere else. A ninety-minute course takes you through four disciplines before you test your mettle in a virtual arena.