Nihonbashi is the town at the heart of Tokyo, with traditions and trades dating back more than 300 years. Experience the fusion of history and modernity characteristic of Japan in Nihonbashi.Access
Visit our comprehensive tourist information center to get the best and latest on exploring Nihonbashi. English help is available so please drop by. Location: COREDO Muromachi, B1F, Directly connected to Mitsukoshimae Station Phone: ＋81-3-3242-0010 Hours: 10:00am - 9:00pm More>
Sanno Festival, one of the most famous festivals in Tokyo, begins on June 7. Locals come together to carry beautifully decorated Dashi floats and Mikoshi portable shrines in an increasingly impressive parade that takes place over multiple days. You can watch the parade on June 13 and 14 in Nihonbashi. This iconic event is a must-see. More>
Traditional Japanese aesthetics say there are 72 seasons. Come to Nihonbashi and experience them all.
The birthplace of modern Tokyo, Nihonbashi offers a glimpse into the vibrant culture and heritage of Japan.
Cruise the waterways and experience the waterside attractions vital to life and commerce since early Tokyo.
Discover unique sights in the heart of Tokyo, where tradition and modernity co-exist.
Taste gourmet cuisine from shops, restaurants and cafes, dating back 100 years to Edo Tokyo.
Shops from ancient Tokyo still exist today. Enjoy the artisan work that Nihonbashi has to offer.
Find Japanese omotenashi-hospitality from the heart-anywhere you stay.
Visit ancient shrines to gods of harvest amidst skyscrapers.
The spirit of Old Tokyo lives on in festivals and events celebrated through history to today.
Seeing is believing. This is Nihonbashi.
From kabuki and other stage arts, to blockbusters and the big screen.
Nihonbashi is a treasured part of Tokyo’s history. Join locals in showing their affection.