Meiji Jingu Gaien
Meiji Jingu Gaien is an outer garden that was created by volunteers as a facility to commemorate Emperor Meiji and dedicated to the Meiji Shrine in 1926. The vast site in Aoyama, Minato-ku, is decorated with various kinds of trees, including the famous ginkgo trees, making it the perfect park for a stroll. The park is also known for its many sports facilities and is the stage for professional baseball and other sports events.
Aoyama and Omotesando
The Aoyama-Omotesando area is known as one of Tokyo's most sophisticated shopping zones. The elegant streets lined with buildings designed by world-famous architects will make you feel gorgeous just walking around. There are also many museums and galleries, and if you go into the back streets, you will find unique stores, antique stores, and stylish cafes. The area is perfect for strolling around, with new discoveries every time you walk.