・Kiyosumi Garden: The Kiyosumi Garden is a beautiful Japanese garden designed in the Meiji era. A large pond is at the center of the garden, and other highlights include a Japanese style building, stones from all over Japan, and a rock formation that represents mountain shape.
・Joshinji Temple: This temple is a 400-year-old temple built in the Edo period. It has an old Indian style main hall, which was unusual at the time, and you can feel the different historical backgrounds from other temples.
・Blue Bottle Coffee Kiyosumi-Shirakawa Fragship: It looks like a warehouse, but once you get inside, the cafe is a baptized, modern and beautiful space. The cafe is designed to provide visitors with a great experience and a great cup of coffee.
・The Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo: Opened in 1995 and renovated in 2019, this public art museum is dedicated to contemporary art. With an excellent collection that provides an overview of Japan's post-war art, this museum is the perfect place to get acquainted with contemporary art.
・Fukagawa Edo Museum: This is a museum that recreates a life-size replica of the streets of Edo, with grocery stores, rice shops, boat lodges, and row houses that were used as homes for people who lived in the era. You can learn about the lifestyle of the time. It's like a time warp to the Edo period!