Produced in the traditional Japanese production site of Hamamatsu, these shirts are made from leno cloth and voile, which have been used as cooling fabrics for clothing from a long time ago.
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Visitors to Tokyo should take advantage of the many convenient tourist information centers scattered around the city; they are great sources for information in English, Chinese and many other languages for traveling around the metropolis.
They can usually be found in or around major stations, airports and other popular places. They can provide information on sightseeing spots and events taking place in Tokyo, as well as offer instructions on using the various forms of transportation. They often will have discount coupons to visit tourist spots.
Below are some of tourist information centers in Tokyo.
Tokyo Tourist Information Center (Tokyo TIC) is just one minute from the Nihonbashi Exit of Tokyo Station. It is also two minutes from the B7 Exit of Otemachi Station and four minutes from the A3 Exit of Nihonbashi Station.
Marunouchi Trust Tower North 1F, 1-8-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku
OPEN 10:00-19:00 (excluding year-end holidays and days specified by the building)
Tokyo TIC Yurakucho is in the JTB Travel Gate’s Yurakucho outlet, just outside Yurakucho Station. The center also has a currency exchange service.
2-4-10 Yurakucho, Chiyoda-ku
OPEN 11:00-19:30 (Weekdays) 11:00-19:00 (Weekends and public holidays)
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