New Pamphlet Showcasing Tokyo's Unique Venues Released!

The Tokyo Metropolitan Government is working to promote the use of venues such as art museums and gardens and MICE*1 facilities in Tokyo as unique venues*2. In line with this effort, the Tokyo Convention & Visitors Bureau has created pamphlets aimed at local and overseas businesses, showcasing these unique venues and the aspects of Tokyo's charm they reveal.

*1 Meeting, Incentive, Convention, Exhibition/Event
*2 Describes venues with a unique appeal, such as historic buildings and museums, that are also suitable venues for meetings, receptions, etc.

1. Features

  • Two pamphlets introducing municipally managed facilities and private facilities
  • Bilingual English and Japanese pamphlets rich with photos to give a clear outline of facilities, and complete with practical information such as conditions of use of facilities.

2. Municipally managed facilities pamphlet

Eight facilities introduced including gardens, museums and Government buildings.

Gardens

Hama Rikyu Imperial Garden, Kiyosumi Garden

Museums

Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, Edo-Tokyo Open-air Architectural Museum

Aquariums

Tokyo Sea Life Park

Other

Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building South Observatory

3. Private facilities pamphlet

Fourteen facilities including museums, shrines, temples and theme parks

Museums

Sumida Hokusai Museum, The Ueno Royal Museum

Shrines/temples

Nogi Shrine, Ikegami Honmon-ji temple

Outdoor spaces

Fukutoku Garden, TOKYO SKYTREE TOWN®, Roppongi Hills Arena, Mori Garden, Toranomon Oval Plaza, ARK Karajan Place

Theme Parks

Madame Tussaud's Tokyo, KidZania Tokyo, Yomiuriland

Other

3×3 Lab Future, TERADA Warehouse

4. Use of pamphlets

Pamphlets will be distributed widely among local and foreign companies, and used in Tokyo Convention & Visitors Bureau MICE promotion activities.

Inquiries

Bureau of Industrial and Labor Affairs Tourism Division, Planning Section
Email:S0000571@section.metro.tokyo.jp