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Points of Interest
Outsiders might view Hibiya as a sleepy, leafy district, but this is power central. Located immediately west of Ginza, Hibiya is the seat of Japan's federal government. Footsteps from the sprawling Hibiya Park is Japan's Diet Building, where the nation's House of Representatives and House of Councilors convene. The park itself hosts festivals and other cultural activities almost weekly. West of the Diet are many of the nation's ministries and other government facilities, along with the prime minister's residence. The Imperial Palace and a section of its moat is located immediately north of the Hibiya district, though most will access the gardens of the Palace through the Marunuchi district to the northwest.
Read more about Tokyo's Hibiya on Hipmunk's Hibiya Neighborhood Guide.
Past, present and future are only subway stops apart in Tokyo, where you can stroll past Buddhist temples in Asakusa and the imperial palace in Marunuchi, recall geisha days in Roppongi bars and hostess clubs, see the latest in startups and street fashion in Shibuya, and glimpse ahead of the curve with gadgets and underground anime in the Electric Town of Akihabara.
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