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Exploring Akihabara Electric Town
Akihabara is a district located in the Chiyoda ward of Tokyo. It was nicknamed Akihabara Electric Town because this area became a main shopping centre for electronic goods. Today, you will find it to be the premier shopping district for video games, anime, manga, and computer goods.
Accommodations near Akihabara Electric Town
There is a range of options for all travellers such as Wifi equipped amenities, gym, fitness centres, and complimentary breakfast. The most popular hotel in Chiyoda is the Guest House Kamata 1 - Hostel, which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Kagaribi Kitasenju Guesthouse in Chiyoda as it has been reserved 5 times.
Sightseeing near Akihabara Electric Town
Referred to as Tocho for short, this is the headquarters of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government which governs Tokyo's 23 wards, its cities, towns and villages. The complex itself is very big, made up of three strutures, with each one taking up an entire city block.
This prestigious research university has five campuses and offers courses across 10 faculties. It has produced many prominent alumni including 15 prime ministers of Japan and Nobel Prize and Fields Medal winners.
Transportation near Akihabara Electric Town
Despite its size, getting around Tokyo is convenient. Its clean-cut transportation system is the world's most extensive, boasting numerous subway lines and elevated commuter railways along with a substantial bus network. Stored value fare cards make transactions easier, and the Japan Rail Pass allows for unlimited transport on local JR lines.