Take a train from Minato Mirai station (Minato Mirai line) to Yokohama staion (the main and the biggest transit point of Kanagawa area), and from Yokohama station about 25 minutes on Tokaido line. Tokyo station is one of Japan's busiest railway stations and the terminal of multiple shinkansen lines, the only "station-city" in the world, bending history, tradition, culture, art, science and business. One of the most prestigious business districts Marunouchi is bordering it. Gorgeous and pure beauty of Imperial Palace Gardens attract crowds of tourists in any season of the year. Akihabara, popular district for fans of Japanese anime, manga and electronic is located close to Tokyo station. Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo Disneysea are within 15 minutes access by Keiyo line from Tokyo station.
Take a train from MInato Mirai station (Minato Mirai line) to Yokohama station and from Yokohama station to Shinagawa station - one of the city's busiest stations, connecting many lines, icluding the Yamanote line and Tokaido shinkansen.Direct train connections to both Narita Airport and Haneda airport are provided by Keikyu railways and the Narita Express. It is a convenient place of departure and arrival for a great number of travel destinations. The surrounding area offers a big number of hotels, restaraunts, shops, cinemas and Epson Aqua Park Shinagawa aquarium to enoy during your trip. It offers a smooth access to Odaiba area, one of the most popular spots among local and foreign tourists.
Within 35 minutes ride from Minato Mirai station (Minato Mirai line) is the famous Shibuya station in Tokyo. Every day more than 500 thousand of people from all over the world are coming to the street, taking a walk across the famous "scramble" intersection outside Shibuya station. Surrounded by high-rise buildings covered with giant video screens and neon lightning at night, the street is packed with crowds of yourth, fashion boutiques, music venues and a nonstop nightlife. The country's most popular power spot Meiji shrine is located close to the area. Legendary statue of Hachiko, an Akita dog famed and loved worldwide for its loyality can be found on the northwest side of JR Shibuya station.
Tokyo's most vibrant commercial and entertainment center, popular with the tourists for its main highlights: "Robot restaurant", Tokyo's largest red-light district Kabukicho, Golden gai with its endless range of neon-drenched clubs, bizzare bars and lounges, Omoide Yokocho with its local and traditional taverns for any wallet and taste. The scale and range of goods and services offered on the street is uncountable and breathtaking. Nature lovers will enjoy a walk in Shinjuku Gyoen, especially beautiful in autumn, when the leaves change and in spring for the unforgettable scenery of cherry blossoms. Take a train from Minato Mirai station (Minato Mirai line) to Yokohama station, then transfer to Shonan Shinjuku line and within 30 minutes you'll arrive at Shinjuku station.
Located within easy and direct access from Minato Mirai station, Ikebukuro area offers everything a curious traveller is looking for. "Sunshine city" complex with its observation deck on the 60th floor, the Ancient orient museum, an aquarium, World Import Mart, Alpha, which boasts of cuisines from around the world, a planetarium and other leisure and shopping facilities, Prince Hotel within the complex make this area one of the favourite sightseeing spots among foreign tourists. . For anime and manga lovers Ikebukuro also has a reputation for being an otaku hub. Multiple anime and manga merchandise shops are located there.
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