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This is a true green oasis in the middle of Tokyo. The park is famous, in particular, for being shown in the anime "Garden of Fine Words", so if you also liked this anime, I recommend visiting it during the rain.
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One of the most beautiful crater in the world. It is also one of the best thoroughfares in Japan. In addition to the amazing view and driving, the weather is really unpredictable. Even when the forecast says it will be sunny, it may not be so.
Great place for a young family with children or people who like rabbits. The scenery is beautiful. When you arrive on the island, be prepared to pay the attack with cute little balls of fur. They will come bouncing after you. You can buy rabbit food from the main island pier to feed them. Alternatively, you can take your feed of cabbage, carrots. The landscape is also beautiful. There are some walking routes where to go and marvel at the fluffy inhabitants who will have jumped up from the bushes to greet you. However, there is a very large selection of food for people and it will be windy and cold if you visit in winter.
Tokyo Disneyland is an amusement park with an area of 465,000 m² located in the city of Urayasu Chiba Prefecture near Tokyo. Opened April 15, 1983. Disneyland lies inside the Tokyo Disney Resort, which also includes Tokyo DisneySea Park, hotels and a shopping mall.
Louis Vuitton has opened a store in the Ginza district, with the facade of the building imitating the surface of the water
The reconstruction was carried out by architects Jun Aoki and Peter Marino. Jun Aoki's modern exterior interprets the surface of the water as a material phenomenon. The facades curve to create a three-dimensional effect that is enhanced by a dichroic film that creates endless color variations.
Inside, Peter Marino's design emphasizes the building's organic aesthetic, with a central staircase in carved oak framed by glass.
The colors for the interior are completely different - here you can see the contrasting shades of furniture by Pierre Polen and Stefan Leo.