Kudanshita, Korakuen, Komagome Area
Focusing on Kudanshita, Korakuen and Komagome.
Showa era (1926.12.25-1989.1.7)
1 minute walk from Exit 4 of Kudanshita Station on Tokyo Metro Tozai Line and Hanzomon Line.
The National Museum preserves the materials of the people during and after the war, including the bereaved families of the war dead.
The museum exhibits the nakedness of the labor and hardship of the people who lived through the turbulent Showa period.
The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo
Tokyo Metro Tozai Line Takebashi Station Exit 1b, 3 minute walk from the Honkan, 8 minute walk from the Crafts Gallery
The Honkan and the Crafts Gallery are located in Kitanomaru Park.
The Crafts Gallery was renovated in 1977 from the Konoe Division Headquarters Office, which was completed in 1908.
It is designated as an Important Cultural Property and hosts permanent and special exhibitions on industrial design.
The former main building still exists as the National Film Center of the National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo in Kyobashi.
Like the Kogei Kan, it is designated as an Important Cultural Property.
3 minute walk from Exit A7 of Jimbocho Station on the Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line.
A stylish and fun Yoshimoto Kogyo theater located on the 2nd floor of Jimbocho Theater.
Seating capacity is approximately 120.
Tokyo Metro Tozai line Takebashi station 1b exit main building 7 minutes walk, Hanzomon line Kudanshita station 2 exit 10 minutes walk.
The science museum is located in Kitanomaru Park.
The theme of the museum is to widely disseminate and enlighten knowledge about science and industrial technology from the present day to the near future.
The main feature of the museum is that there are many hands-on exhibits.
Myogadani Station MF Building
1 minute walk from Exit 2 of Myogadani Station on Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line.
The building is directly connected to Myogadani Station and is a complex of bakery-cafes, pubs, offices and other facilities.
8-minute walk from Exit 2 of Korakuen Station on the Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line and Nanboku Line.
This is a Japanese garden in the upper residence of the Mito Tokugawa family, famous for Mito Komon.
The garden is designated as a Special Historic Site and a Special Place of Scenic Beauty as a daimyo’s garden of the Kaiyushiki Tsukuyamansui style.
It is designated as a Special Historic Site and a Special Place of Scenic Beauty.
The garden is designated as a Special Historic Site and a Special Place of Scenic Beauty.
Metro M Korakuen
Directly connected to Korakuen Station on the Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line and Nanboku Line
A convenient and fun shopping center directly connected to Korakuen Station.
It offers a wide variety of goods for daily life, books, fashion, fast food and restaurants.
Tokyo Dome City
1-7 minute walk from Exits 1 and 2 of Korakuen Station on the Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line and Nanboku Line.
Tokyo Dome, Tokyo Dome City Attractions (formerly Korakuen Amusement Park), Tokyo Dome Hotel and other facilities are located in this comprehensive urban entertainment area.
The long-running and popular TV show “Laughing Point” is recorded at Korakuen Hall.
Old Furukawa Garden
Tokyo Metro Namboku Line Nishigahara Station Exit 1, 7 minutes walk.
The Western-style garden of roses is famous.
The garden, designated as a national place of scenic beauty, is open to the public after the Tokyo Metropolitan Government leased the former Furukawa Zaibatsu Residence, a national property, free of charge.
Tokyo Metro Namboku Line Komagome Station Exit 2, 7 min. walk
Rikugien is said to have been visited by Tsunayoshi Tokugawa, the 5th Shogun of the Tokugawa Shogunate, who often visited the garden.
It is designated as a special place of scenic beauty by the government.