Tama Zoological Park
The Tama Zoological Park (多摩動物公園, Tama Dōbutsukōen, Tama Zoo for short) is a zoo, owned by the government of Tokyo Metropolis, and located in Hino, Tokyo, Japan. The Tama Zoo was opened on May 5, 1958, originally as a branch (分園, satellite facility) of the Ueno Zoo.
Tokorozawa Aviation Memorial Park
Tokorozawa Aviation Memorial Park (所沢航空記念公園, Tokorozawa Kōkū Kinenkōen) is a park located in Tokorozawa, Saitama Prefecture in Japan. It contains the Tokorozawa Aviation Museum.
Koganei Park (小金井公園, Koganei Kōen) is a metropolitan park in Tokyo, having entrances in Koganei City, Kodaira City, Nishitokyo City, and Musashino City.
Yabo Tenman-gū (谷保天満宮) is a Shinto shrine in Kunitachi, Tokyo, Japan.
Keio Rail Land
Keio Rail-Land (京王れーるランド, Keiō Rēru Rando) is a railway museum located next to Tama-Dōbutsukōen Station on the Keio Dōbutsuen Line in Hino, Tokyo, Japan. It is operated by the private railway operator Keio Corporation.
Tokyo Fuji Art Museum
Tokyo Fuji Art Museum (東京富士美術館, Tōkyō Fuji Bijutsukan) was established by Daisaku Ikeda and opened near the Sōka University campus in Hachiōji, Tokyo, Japan, in 1983. The new wing was added in 2008.
Ome Railway Park
The Ome Railway Park (青梅鉄道公園, Ōme Tetsudō Kōen) is a railway museum in Ōme, Tokyo, Japan. It opened in 1962, and is operated by the East Japan Railway Culture Foundation, a foundation established by East Japan Railway Company.
Tokorozawa Aviation Museum
The Tokorozawa Aviation Museum (所沢航空発祥記念館, Tokorozawa Kōkū Hasshō Kinenkan) is a museum located in the city of Tokorozawa, Saitama dedicated to the history of aviation in Japan. It contains aircraft and other displays (many of which are interactive) and an IMAX theatre.
Musashi Imperial Graveyard
Musashi Imperial Graveyard (武蔵陵墓地, Musashi ryōbochi) is a mausoleum complex of the Japanese Emperors in Nagabusa-machi, Hachiōji, Tokyo, Japan. Located within a forest in the western suburbs of Tokyo and named for the ancient Musashi Province, the site contains the mausolea of Emperor Taishō and Emperor Shōwa, as well as those of their wives, Empress Teimei and Empress Kōjun.
Tama Forest Science Garden
The Tama Forest Science Garden (多摩森林科学園, Tama Shinrin Kagakuen, 57 hectares), formerly the Asakawa Experiment Forest and sometimes also known as the Tama Botanical Park, is an arboretum located at the foot of Mount Takao, 1833-81 Todori, Hachiōji, Tokyo, Japan. It is open daily except Mondays; an admission fee is charged.
Tokorozawa Shimei Shrine (所澤神明社, Tokorosawa shinmei-sha) is a Shinto shrine in Tokorozawa, Saitama, Japan.
Noyamakita Rokudoyama Park
Noyamakita-Rokudōyama Park (野山北・六道山公園, Noyamakita-Rokudōyama Kōen) is a public park located in the Sayama hills and stretching from the city of Musashimurayama to the town of Mizuho in Tokyo, Japan. With an area of 1,323,900 m2, it is the second-largest park in the prefecture of Tokyo.
Fuchū Prison (府中刑務所, Fuchū keimusho) is a prison in Japan. It is located in the city of the Fuchū, Tokyo to the west of the center of Tokyo Metropolis.
Ono Jinja (小野神社) is a Shinto shrine in the Ichinomiya neighborhood of the city of Tama in Tokyo Metropolis, Japan. It is one of the two shrines claiming the title of ichinomiya of former Musashi Province.
Sayama Prefectural Nature Park
Sayama Prefectural Natural Park (都立狭山自然公園, Toritsu Sayama shizen kōen) is a Prefectural Natural Park in Tokyo, Japan. The park was established in 1951 and derives its name from the Sayama Hills (狭山丘陵).
Tokorozawa Civic Cultural Centre Muse
Tokorozawa Civic Cultural Centre Muse (所沢市民文化センター ミューズ, Tokorozawa Shimin Bunka Sentā Myūzu) is a concert hall complex consisting of the main "Ark Hall", with a pipe organ, and other facilities, located in Tokorozawa, Saitama, west of Tokyo, Japan. It opened in 1993, and is operated by the Tokorozawa Cultural Foundation.
Mount Takao (高尾山, Takao-san) is a mountain in the city of Hachiōji, Tokyo, Japan. It is protected within Meiji no Mori Takao Quasi-National Park.
Arena Tachikawa Tachihi
Arena Tachikawa Tachihi is an arena in Tachikawa, Tokyo, Japan. It is the home arena of the Alvark Tokyo of the B.
Iruma Air Base
Iruma Air Base (入間基地, Iruma-kichi) (ICAO: RJTJ) is a Japan Air Self-Defense Force (JASDF) base located in the city of Sayama, Saitama Prefecture, north of western Tokyo, Japan. It was the airfield for the Imperial Japanese Army Air Force Academy until 1945, when it became Johnson Air Force base of the United States Air Force during and after the occupation of Japan.
National Institute of Japanese Literature
The National Institute of Japanese Literature (国文学研究資料館, Kokubungaku Kenkyū Shiryōkan), or NIJL, was established in May 1972. Its primary purpose is to preserve manuscripts and books relating to the study of Japanese literature.
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Tokyo Fuji Art Museum
Tokyo Fuji Art Museum (東京富士美術館, Tōkyō Fuji Bijutsukan) was established by Daisaku Ikeda and opened near the Sōka University campus in Hachiōji, Tokyo, Japan, in 1983.View more
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Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo is a five star hotel in Bunkyō, Tokyo.View more
Mount Takao (高尾山, Takao-san) is a mountain in the city of Hachiōji, Tokyo, Japan.View more
Tama Forest Science Garden
The Tama Forest Science Garden (多摩森林科学園, Tama Shinrin Kagakuen, 57 hectares), formerly the Asakawa Experiment Forest and sometimes also known as the Tama Botanical Park, is an arboretum located at the foot of Mount Takao, 1833-81 Todori, Hachiōji, Tokyo, Japan.View more