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Chiyoda is the historical and modern home to political power in Japan, housing the Tokyo Imperial Palace and modern government buildings including the National Diet Building. Chiyoda ward only covers 12 km², but it also manages to fit in several parks including the very beautiful Imperial Palace East Gardens and Kitanomaru Park. Chiyoda also includes many corporate headquarters in the Marunouchi section, along with the famous electric town of Akihabara.

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    Akihabara

    Akihabara is famous for its high tech shopping (electric town), entertainment and meido cafe. Akihabara district is home to hundreds of shops selling every technological gadget you can imagine, from cameras, to robots and wifi just about everything. Akihabara built its reputation as the place to go in Tokyo for very technically advanced hobbyist style parts and read more

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    Tokyo Imperial Palace

    Tokyo Imperial Palace, Kokyo, is the primary residence of the Japanese Head of State, the Emperor of Japan. The Tokyo Imperial Palace, which includes beautiful gardens that can be toured by the public.

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    Akihabara Dai Building

    Akihabara Dai Building is half of a pair of buildings opened in 2006 called “Akihabara Cross Field” with the other building being Akihabara UDX Building. The focus of the two buildings, in Akihabara is to re- energize Japan’s IT industry. The Akihabara Dai Building (also Known as the Akihabara Daiburi Building) is 31 stories and read more

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    Akihabara Station

    Akihabara Station services Akihabara, which is Tokyo’s ‘Electric Town’, on the eastern side of the central Chiyoda ward. The area houses thousands of shops selling every technological gadget you can imagine, from computers to PlayStations and vacuums to DVDs. Akihabara Station serves JR East: Keihin-Tohoku, Yamanote, Chuo-Sobu, Tokyo Metro: Tokyo Metro Hibiya and Metropolitan Intercity read more

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    Akihabara UDX Building

    Akihabara UDX Building is half of a pair of buildings opened in 2006 called “Akihabara Cross Field” with the other building being Akihabara Dai Building. The focus of the two buildings, in Akihabara is to re- energize Japan’s IT industry. The fourth floor of the Akihabara UDX Building features an Animation Center which provides the read more

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