It is the base of us "Sparkle". Sensoji is the most important Buddhist temple in the Japan and is one of the top tourist sites in the country. It is located in the heart of Asakusa. Asakusa has so many things to see and do, so if you're planning a visit, consider booking an Asakusa Private Walking Tour.
The Center Gai is a street in Udagawacho in the Shibuya district of Tokyo. It is basically, as the name suggests, the "center" of Shibuya, and contains lots of shops, restaurants, bars and clubs. It is reached immediately after crossing the "scramble crossing," or the busy pedestrian crosswalk Shibuya is known for.
Shinjuku Golden Gai is a small area of Kabukicho, Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan, famous both as an area of architectural interest and for its nightlife. It is composed of a network of six narrow alleys, connected by even narrower passageways which are just about wide enough for a single person to pass through. Over 200 tiny shanty-style bars, clubs and eateries are squeezed into this area.
From 1935 to late 2018, Tsukiji was home to the most famous fish market in the world. The inner section has since relocated to nearby Toyosu, but the outer market is still in place and as intriguing as it ever was. The Tsukiji area, on Tokyo Bay and walkable from Ginza, is a must-see for visitors. You can feast on the freshest sushi for breakfast at the surrounding restaurants or pick up some unique souvenirs, from seaweed to sushi knives and handmade ceramics.
「Life in Tokyo」 東京都内在住外国人数は約55万人（都内人口の約4％。令和2年7月現在）となり、今後も増加が予想される。 東京都では、「東京都多文化共生推進指針」（平成28年2月策定）に基づき、東京で初めて生活を始める方向けの生活情報冊子「Life in Tokyo: Your Guide」の発行や、在住外国人向け生活情報を一元的にまとめたポータルサイトの開設など、外国人が東京で安心して暮らすことができ、また生活をより楽しむことができるような情報を提供している。
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