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The city of Tokyo, awaiting its turn to host the 2020 Olympic Games, is creating its own unique style, via the concept of "a city that promises a diverse array of enjoyment, by constantly generating new styles, while intersecting traditional ways with innovation.
Tokyo is a city bursting with individuality and products, while districts such as Asakusa have become famous throughout the world. In this article, we will introduce products related to the various districts of Tokyo.

Asakusa

Asakusa

Asakusa, the exemplar of downtown Tokyo, where the elegant atmosphere of old Edo still remains. Here we introduce popular souvenir items unique to this traditional downtown district, populated by craftsmen who continue traditions that have been passed down for over 100 years.

Shibuya

Shibuya
Harajuku

Shibuya/Harajuku, districts crowded with young people, serve a growing role as launchpads for major trends. Here we introduce surprising and inventively fun products.

Akihabara

Akihabara

Akihabara, formerly thrived as the electronics district, and now with the changing times, has become a mecca of otaku culture. Here we introduce home appliances, consumer electronics, and even products that represent otaku culture.

Ginza

Ginza

While Ginza is known for its luxury brands streets with a mature stratum, it also has a very traditional side with Kabukiza Theater being located there. Here we introduce Kabuki, and products with a slightly mature theme.

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