Tokyo Stock Exchange
About this sight
The Tokyo Stock Exchange, also known as "Kabuto-cho" due to its location, is the 3rd largest stock exchange in the world. It is open to the general public and prior reservations lets visitors experience virtual stock trading games.
Edobashi Bridge or "Edo Bridge" spans the Nihonbashi River, and has been immortalized in the ukiyo-e print "Nihonbashi Bridge and Edobashi Bridge (Nihonbashi Ed
Museum exhibiting kites with typical Japanese designs and also kites from other Asian countries. Closed on national holidays.
Hounenmanpuku is a Japanese restaurant just east of the metro station Mitsukoshi Mae and a short walk north of Nihonbashi station.
Sake Bar Kawaguchi Saketen
Across two floors, guests can enjoy the real sake experience at this sake bar located in Nihonbashi. Several kinds of rice liquor and two different food courses
Riverboat Mizuha offers tours along the rivers around Nihonbashi, all departing from Nihonbashi pier. Twilight & Evening Cruise: 3500 JPY Landmark Cruise: 3200
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