The list below is some of the spots you must visit around Shinbashi


A complex of small shops, restaurants, bars, and offices, located in front of Shinbashi station. Unlike Shiodome's new office buildings on the other side of the station, it's retro and sometimes nostalgic. Established in 1971, started building after the Tokyo Olympics. You could get lost in the maze like structure inside, but exploring the "maze" is the most fun part. Packed with Japanese businessman during weekdays.

Located in front of Shinbashi station.


Tsukiji Shijo is one of the most famous and largest fish market in the world. The market place was originally established in Nihonbashi but moved to Tsukiji after the big earthquake in 1923. The place is as big as 54 acres of land, and accomodates 15,000 people, handling over 2,000 tons of marine products per day. It is scheduled to move to a new site in Toyosu in late 2016.

15 minutes walking distance from Shinbashi station.


Imperial Palace is the center of Tokyo, where the Edo castle once stood. The palace, where the Imperial Family still resides, is inaccessible and wrapped round with moats and broad avenues. The palace is generally closed to the public except for New Year and Emperor's Birthday. You can visit the palace grounds and gardens any time to escape the hustle and bustle of the big city.

5 minutes distance from Shinbashi station by taxi.


Shiodome is the place where the original Shinbashi Station was built in the last 19th century. After the renovation for the last 15 years, Shiodome has been transformed into one of Tokyo's most modern areas. A collection of skyscrapers contains mostly offices, hotels, and restaurants, as well as a complex of cultural facilities and shops.

5 minutes walking distance from Shinbashi station.


Historically Ginza has been regarded as Tokyo's richest area. You can explore high-end, luxury fashion brand shops from around the world. On weekends, the main street of Chuo-Dori will become as pedestrian paradise and be swamped with visitors. No cars, and benches and umbrellas spring up in the street.

10 minutes walking distance from Shinbashi station.


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