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Joypolis is a chain of indoor amusement parks created by Sega and ran by CA Sega Joypolis.
This bathing facility utilizes a hot spring located in Koto. You can choose from foot, rock or sand baths to heal your mind and body.
Shiokaze Parkı, Japonya'nın başkenti Tokyo'nun Shinagawa semtinde bulunan bir parktır.
DiverCity Tokyo Plaza is a shopping mall in Odaiba, Tokyo, Japan. It is a commercial facility located in DiverCity Tokyo, operated by Mitsui…
The Museum of Maritime Science is a marine science museum located in Higashiyashio, Shinagawa, Tokyo on Odaiba island, Japan.
Fuji Television Network, Inc.,, Daiba, Minato, Tokyo, Japonya merkezli bir Japon televizyon kanalı.
Shinagawa İstasyonu, Japonya'nın başkenti Tokyo'da bulunan bir tren istasyonudur.
The Hara Museum of Contemporary Art was one of the oldest contemporary art museums in Japan.
Etkileyici bir çeşitlilik ve deniz yaratıkları ve ilgi çekici yerlerin sayısına sahip olan orta büyüklükteki bir su parkı - sürüngenleri ve…
The Meguro Parasitological Museum is a small medical museum in the Meguro Ward in central Tokyo, Japan.
The Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum is an art museum in Tokyo, Japan.
The Hatakeyama Memorial Museum of Fine Art is a private museum established in October 1964 in Tokyo, Japan.
Un'yō was a Taiyō-class escort carrier originally built as Yawata Maru, one of three Nitta Maru-class cargo liners built in Japan during…
Sōya is a Japanese icebreaker that serves as a museum ship in Tokyo after a long and storied service spanning some of the 20th century's…
The Port of Tokyo is one of the largest Japanese seaports and one of the largest seaports in the Pacific Ocean basin having an annual…
Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology, abbreviated as Kaiyodai, is a national university in Japan.
Ohi Racecourse, also known as Tokyo City Keiba, is located in Shinagawa, Tokyo, Japan.
Keikyū Kamata Station, is a railway station in Ōta, Tokyo, Japan, operated by the private railway company Keikyu.