(marunouchi) HOUSE on the 7th floor of Shin-Marunouchi Building: This is the start to the Maru secret sight seeing spot tour! Take a look at the illuminated Tokyo Station from the top of the towering building on the opposite side.
Gyoko-dori: Next return to ground level, and admire Tokyo Station from the open square infront of the station. Whether it is evening or night, the redness of Tokyo Station will shine!
Marunouchi Building: A famous commercial building. along with Shin Marunouchi building, infront of Tokyo Station. The observation deck on the 35th floor can be entered for free! The artwork on the first floor is also a great photo spot!
KITTE: It is a post office with a garden roof, food court and museum. What a romantic spot to send an air-mail from? The entrance and garden are great photo spots!
Mitsubishi Ichigokan Museum: Let's move along to a museum located quietly in the city. This is a courtyard often used for drama sets. Enjoy the harmony of the green garden and red bricks.
Meiji Seimei Kan: It is almost like an European Palace! Used as an office building today, it was once a place where historical events occurred.
The 7th floor of Glass Building at Tokyo International Forum: A beautiful glass covered building in the shape of a spaceship. A contemporary style building which is often a popular photo spot! We also recommend the observation deck to admire a different take of the night view seen so far.
The self-service printer on the B2 floor of Bic Camera: An electronics store that you must not miss on your trip to Tokyo. However this time, we'll take you to a spot to print photos! Print out some photos of your trip memories, or why not even make a photo book in 5 minutes?
KIRIKO TERRACE on the 11th floor of Tokyu Plaza Ginza: Head to the gorgeous city of Ginza where we will show you the bright sight of Ginza! It is a city that continues to glow from dusk til dawn.
Public art "Paradise (Oasis in Ginza)": The last spot is the stained glass in the station underpass. Although many people pass by, it is a very beautiful piece of public art!