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Amazing tourist attractions that are a must-see when visiting Minato Ward.

Cypress Hill

Between 6-19 and 9-7 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo

In the Edo period, it was a slope that climbed toward the house of the feudal lord Hotta. Due to the large number of cypress trees, it was in accordance with the Nagato Hagi Clan Mouri House (Hinokimachi Park), which was called the Cypress Mansion.

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Roppongi Intersection

Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo

Roppongi and Gaien-Higashi-Dori are Majiwaru at the intersection and are connected to Roppongi subway station. It is also known as a meeting place. There is also a police box, so let's hear it if you are lost.

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Roppongi Keyakizaka Street

6-12 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo

Roppongi Keyakizaka Street is about 400 meters from the center of Roppongi Hills. It is known as a leading walking course in Tokyo, creating the scenery of the Four Seasons by the keyscape trees and flower beds. If you walk along the streets lined with beautiful trees and fashionable shops, you will feel as if you were the hero of the drama.

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Namohana Home Office

1-8-14 Azabu-Juban, Minato-ku, Tokyo

It is said that it is the shop which invented the first baked in Japan, and hit song ' Swim! It is also famous as a model of the want and Kikun. It is popular, and the procession which waits for the burn up is not interrupted easily though the bean jam of the plain taste wants to enter to the tail. Since 2007, we have a new store, the first floor is a grill shop, and the second floor has 20 dining spaces with a sweet and meal menu.

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Between 1-10 Akasaka and Toranomon, Minato-ku, Tokyo

At the beginning of the Edo period, the East Zen Temple of Takanawa was here as the Ling Nan-an, and it took the name of the founder Ling Minami Osho, but one day the ridge became a spirit.

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Ryuzawa-ji Temple (Azabu ward office Ruins)

3-10-5 Motoazabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo

In the current port area, Akasaka-ku, Azabu-gu and Shiba-gu were established in the district by the municipal organization of the municipality on July 22, Meiji 11. The range of Azabu-ku is mainly present in Azabu and Roppongi. In Ryuzawa-ji temple, the second district of December, Meiji 6, was placed in the ward office of 12 small, but it was decided to open the office of the Azabu Ward as a ward office on November 4, Meiji 11. The first mayor was appointed by Toshimitsuru Maeda. The number of units at the time of the opening was 7813 units and the population was 26000. On March 15, 1947, the Akasaka-ku, Azabu-ku and Shiba-ku were integrated, and the current Minato-ku was born.

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Thunder Yama Children's Park

6-5-10 Shirokane, Minato-ku, Tokyo

Thunder Yama Children's Park is a hidden cherry blossom attraction. Originally, there was a Thunder shrine which dedicated the Thunder, and it was the origin of the Thunder Mountain. The trees of the cherry tree grow large branches in the park, and when the cherry Tree row which was the approach of the shrine is full bloom, the Arch of cherry blossoms is shaped. In the precincts of Gwanglin-ji temple, the cherry blossoms are spread out every year and the flowers are beautiful. This day was blessed with the weather, and the cherry blossoms in the blue sky were shining.

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Equestrian statue of the king of fiery Arisugawa Iya

5-7-29 Minami-Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo

The bronze statue of Fiery Arisugawa is located in the square on the hill in the Arisugawa Palace Memorial Park in Minami-Azabu. It became the residence of Mino Mamoru in the southern part of the Morioka clan in the place where there was originally the shimoyashiki of the Asano family, and it became a place of the Royal Arisugawa Miyan House in Meiji 29. King Fiery was scheduled to spend his later years here, but he died without residency. The equestrian statue of King fiery was erected in the former staff headquarters in Meiji 36, but it was relocated to this park, which was deeply related to Prince in 1962.

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Arisugawa Palace Memorial Park

5-7 Minami-Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo

It is a Japan garden with a very good nature in the place where there was the shimoyashiki of the Asano family famous for Chushingura. It became the shimoyashiki of the Morioka clan Southern House in the Edo period, and went through the site of the Arisugawa Miyagai and Takamatsu House, and was lift down as a park site in Tokyo City at that time in 1934. More than 100 sakura trees are planted in the park, and all 11 types of Someiyoshino and Satcherry are introduced to the Guide board next to the Tokyo Metropolitan Central Library, "Sakura of Arisugawa Omiya Memorial Park". In the park, you can enjoy seasonal flowers such as dogwood and hydrangea, as well as plum blossoms and flower Kiyotaka Shobuda.

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Arisho-in Mausoleum 2 Tenmon gate

3-3 Shiba Koen, Minato-ku, Tokyo

In Zojoji Temple, Arisho-in Mausoleum 2 Tenten Gate is an important cultural property. There is a god on the left and right of the gate. It is a wide point to defend the west to the right to defend the north to the left. Buddhist Guardian God.

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Ghost Hill

Between 4-11 and 4-12 Mita, Minato-ku, Tokyo

The temple is lined up on both sides of the hill, and because it is a lonely hill, this name seems to have attached, and there is a theory of Arisaka slope, too. There are Nagamatsu-ji temple with the tomb of Hagou Sorai, Tamhouji temple with a makeup Jizo, and a temple with a Morning Glory mound. There are about seven ghost slopes in Tokyo.

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Between 4-17 and 7-1, Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo

The middle is named because the high form on both sides of the recess resembles the drug lab which breaks the medicine. It was called the Emon Hill by the name of nearby residents.

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Between 3-10 and 3-13 Minami-Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo

There was a medicinal garden of the shogunate in the west of Sakaue in the early Edo period (the predecessor of the herb cultivation plant and the Koishikawa Botanical Garden). It is called the official slope and the officer slope.

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Between 5-7 and 5-8 Minami Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo

On the north side, there is a mansion of the daimyo Kinoshita family, and it is a slope which came to be called because it faced the gate.

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Public art using wooden stairs

Motoazabu 3-10, Minato-ku, Tokyo

There is a public art exhibition on the stairs of the tree in the Sakashita Elementary school, including "Nuno" by Mr. Takebu Igarashi.

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Mori Garden

Roppongi Hills, 6-10-1 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo

The site of Roppongi Hills, the newest city in Tokyo, was the house of Mori-Kai Mamoru until the end of Edo. With a large area of 4300 square meters, the pond is centered on a waterfall, mountain stream, river babble, cherry blossoms, ginkgo trees, cherry blossoms in the spring, autumnal leaves in autumn, and seasonal taste. A stroll through the Japan garden is a special viewing. While you are in the city center, you can stroll through the garden Japan a full-fledged excursion ceremony. Christmas Illumination (December)

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Between 6-10 and 6-16 Shirokane, Minato-ku, Tokyo

It is told that it was called Meiji-Zaka from the first year of the Taisho era although it was a road which existed from old times.

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Meiji Gakuin University

1-2-37 Shirokanedai, Minato-ku, Tokyo

Founded in October, Meiji 19. Dr. Hebon, who became the first president, was the inventor of the Roman alphabet. At a cram school in Yokohama, I was teaching English to students, such as Masjiro Omura and Kiyoshi Takahashi. Dr. wrote the first Japanese-English dictionary Japan, but the copyright transfer fee was about 10,000 yen, and the Hebon Pavilion that the tower which hit the fifth floor in the center of the wooden four stories building was erected. The Hebon Museum was burnt down on September 21, Meiji 44, but the same day, Dr. Hebon, who lived in the United States, died. The tree of the memorial tree Kusunoki, which was planted in Meiji 24 by Shimazaki Fujimura and was carved with the initials in the boyhood, was cut down because it withered in 1968, and the San Dam Pavilion that Shimazaki Fujimura learnt was lost, too, but the Inbury Pavilion (National Important Cultural Property), Memorial Hall (GU) , the Warlis design Chapel (GU), the school song of the Showa 12-Ken Shimazaki-Fujimura, and the monument of his autograph in existence.

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Name Mitsusaka

Between Takanawa 1 and Shirokane 2, Minato-ku, Tokyo

It is said that the name of the famous light was able to be found in Firefly. It was read and it wrote, and it was written na Mitsusaka. The name Mitsusaka of the Meiji period remains in the east side.

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Azabu Playground

5-6-33 Minami-Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo

The "Motoazabu 2-chome" bus stop immediately has a "Azabu playground", which has a softball baseball field and four tennis courts.

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Azabu-Dori Street

Higashi-Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo

The street continues from Higashi-Azabu 1-chome to 2-chome. The shop of Higashi-Azabu Shopping Association is lined up.

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This ice Kawasaka

Between 6-10 and 6-19 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo

On the east side of the slope, this Hikawa Myojin became the name of the hill.

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Hotta, Saka

Tokyo, Minato-ku, Nishi-azabu 4-8 and Shibuya-ku

In the Edo period, it was a slope to climb towards the Shimoyashiki house of daimyo.

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Kitasato Institute Hospital

5-9-1 Shirokane, Minato-ku, Tokyo

Japan The first infectious Research institute was born in the corner of Fukuzawa Yukichi House in Shiba Park in October, Meiji 25. It was the one that the talent of "Hokri of the World" was buried in the Japan and Fukuzawa Yukichi offered it to the Kitasato Shizaburo. After that, the Tong staff resigned with the director's Kitasato as opposed to having transferred the research Institute from the Interior Ministry to the Ministry of Education in Taisho 3, and it moved to Shirokanedai after the national government. In November 1921, the Kitasato Institute, which was founded by Kitasato in the role of private property, was completed in this area. It was opened on December 11, after the birth of Koch.

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Between Nishi-Azabu 3 and Minami-Azabu 5, Minato-ku, Tokyo

This name was attached to the south side near the Sakashita because there was a mansion of the daimyo Hojo House.

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