Chiyoda-ku Things To Do (102 results)




  • Yasukuni Shrine

    Controversies and political tension have arisen due to the enshrinement at Yasukuni of many war criminals from World War II and the shrine's association with historical revisionism, and intensified fo

    Religious Site, Landmark, Memorial, Historical Place, Monument, Museum

  • Marunouchi


    Marunouchi is a commercial district of Tokyo located in Chiyoda between Tokyo Station and the Imperial Palace. The name, meaning "inside the circle", derives from its location within the palace's

    Neighborhood

  • National Diet Library

    The is the only national library in Japan. It was established in 1948 for the purpose of assisting members of the in researching matters of public policy. The library is similar in purpose and scope t

    Library

  • New Otani Art Museum

    The New Otani Art Museum (ニューオータニ美術館) is an art museum founded in 1991 and housed on the sixth floor of the Hotel New Otani's Garden Court office building. The Hotel, located in Tokyo's Chiyoda Ward,

    Museum, Garden

  • Holy Resurrection Cathedral

    , also known as, in Chiyoda, Tokyo, is the main cathedral of the Japanese Orthodox Church.

    Church, Landmarks, Historical Place

  • Nissay Theatre

    The is a theatre in Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan. Originally constructed in 1963, it has staged various program of musicals and operas.

    Theater, Performance, Opera

  • Marunouchi Building

    The is a skyscraper located in Marunouchi, Tokyo, Japan. Construction of the 180-metre, 37-storey skyscraper was finished in 2002.

    Shopping, Shopping Mall, Landmarks

  • Nippon Budokan

    The, often shortened to simply Budokan, is an indoor arena in central Tokyo, Japan. This is the location where many "Live at the Budokan" albums were recorded, including those of Bob Dylan, Cheap Tric

    Concert Hall, Stadium, Theater, City Hall, Convention Center

  • National Diet Building

    The is the place where both houses of the Diet of Japan meet. It is located at 1-chome, Nagatachō, Chiyoda, Tokyo. Sessions of the House of Representatives take place in the left wing and sessions of

    City Hall, Government Building

  • Hie Shrine

    The is a Shinto shrine in Nagatachō, Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan. Its June 15 Sannō Matsuri is one of the three great Japanese festivals of Edo (the forerunner of Tokyo). Other names for the shrine include

    Shrine, Historical Place, Religious Site

  • Chidorigafuchi National Cemetery

    The recovery of remains from the Pacific War presented an unprecedented problem for the Japanese government, as some soldiers could not be identified due to harsh battlefield conditions, and the famil

    Cemetery

  • Tokyo International Forum

    The is a multi-purpose center in Tokyo, Japan. One of its halls seats 5,000. In addition to seven other halls, it includes exhibition space, a lobby, restaurants, shops, and other facilities. Designed

    Building, Landmarks, Convention Center

  • Hibiya Park

    The land was occupied by the estates of the Mōri clan and Nabeshima clan during the Edo period, and was used for army maneuvers during the Meiji period. It was converted to a public park in 1903. The

    Park

  • Tokyo Anime Center

    The Tokyo Anime Center (東京アニメセンター) is a permanent facility that has been created, to market anime to residents of Japan, as well as Western visitors. The facility will host regular events, live radio

    Museum, Specialty Store

  • Tokyo Daijingu
  • The National Museum Of Modern Art Tokyo Craft Gallary
  • Tokyo Metropolitan Hibiya Public Hall
  • Kitanomaru Park
  • Minami Machibugyosho Site
  • Hibiya Chanter

    Landmarks



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