Tokyo Pop Culture
Tokyo is famous for its new icon Anime, Manga.. Pop Culture.
Ghibli Museum Mitaka
Japan's leading animation producer is without a doubt Studio Ghibli, having produced 6 of the 10 highest-grossing films in Japan. The studio is known for...
One of the best experiences that can be enjoyed in Japan at a technological level is the exhibition of lighting and art by teamLab. There are two versions of this exhibition, one is in the Toyosu area, and the other is in the Odaiba area.
Animate sells a wide variety of anime goods including comics, light novels, dojinshi (self-published magazines), CDs, DVDs, character goods, figures, video games, trading cards, and costumes
Tokyo One Piece Tower -closed-
At the foot of Tokyo Tower, the second-highest tower in Japan which looks like the Eiffel Tower, you will find the indoor theme park One Piece Tower. This indoor theme park was built in 2015.
Are you a One Piece fan, or looking for an old Godzilla figure? Would you like to buy your costume for the next Comic-Con? For all of this and lots more you only need to stop by Nakano Broadway! This amazing shopping center is regarded as a sanctuary for 'otaku', the Japanese version of nerds.
A little different from what its name might suggest, the Robot Restaurant in Shinjuku is not actually a restaurant. You will not be served by robots (you will need to go to Shibuya Fukuras for that) but you will be treated to a spectacular show.
Akihabara Super Potato
Super Potato specializes in those nostalgic games that meant the childhood of today's adults, and it attracts visitors from all over the world due to its interesting collection of classic games and consoles.
hexaRide VR in Odaiba
Hidden within a magnificent shopping center in Odaiba is an attraction that is for those who are looking to dive into the world of virtual reality. hexaRide is a fun virtual reality ride that lets you watch a 10-minute anime movie in VR.
Cafe Owl Village in Harajuku
In the Harajuku area near Takeshita Street, there is a special store that allows the visitor to be in direct contact with real owls.
Unicorn Gundam Statue
On the futuristic island of Tokyo, Odaiba, in front of the modern “DiverCity” shopping center, is the life-size statue of one of the most iconic characters in Japanese animation, the giant robot “Gundam”.