Ryogoku Kokugikan

Ryogoku Kokugikan is an indoor sporting arena that hosts the three sumo tournaments that take place in Tokyo each year (in January, May, and September).

Yokoamicho Park

Small park that commemorates the victims of the 1923 Great Kanto Earthquake and the air raids of World War II.

Great Kanto Earthquake Memorial Museum

Just before midday on 1 September 1923, an earthquake with a magnitude of 7.9 struck the Kanto region…

Edoyu Onsen

Well-known spa in Ryogoku that offers a wide variety of baths and saunas, and many other services.

Former Yasuda Garden

Garden with a pond in the shape of a heart that is filled directly with water from the Sumida River, and thus rises and falls with the river’s tide.

Ryogoku

Ryogoku (両国) is the home of sumo in Tokyo. The Ryogoku Kokugikan where three of the six annual…

Kiyosumi Shirakawa

A traditional Edo period area that has seen something of a revitalization in recent decades with the inflow of art museums and, more recently, artisan coffee roasters.

NEUTRAL [Bikes・Art・Music]

NEUTRAL is a full-day open-air event, combining motorcycling, art & music, bringing a wave of inspiration to the…

Tokyo Solamachi

Shopping and entertainment complex at the base of Tokyo Skytree. It contains over 300 shops, a postal museum, a small planetarium, and Sumida Aquarium.

Sumida Aquarium

Sumida Aquarium opened in 2012 and is home to over 10,000 sea animals. The indoors tank where you can observe penguins and seals at play is the largest in Japan. The aquarium is located within the Solamachi commercial complex.

Mukojima-Hyakkaen Gardens

Mukojima-Hyakkaen (向島百花園) was the idea of a wealthy antique dealer by the name of Sahara Kiku who wanted…

Moon Viewing at Mukojima-Hyakkaen 2022

Towards the end of the Japanese Clover Festival, the Mukojima-Hyakkaen garden extends its opening hours until 9pm for the…