FOODtech Week Tokyo
20 - 22 November, 2024
Makuhari Messe, Japan

Tokyo Sightseeing


How about wandering around Japan after the show?

The show will be held at a modern venue named Makuhari Messe. It is located in Chiba prefecture, but very accessible to Tokyo. It takes about 30 minutes by train from the Tokyo metropolitan area where you can experience day & night life in Tokyo.

Popular Area for Tourist in Tokyo

Ginza

Are you a shopping lover? If so, your destination should be Ginza. From fast-fashion to high brand, you can find clothes, bags, shoes, etc. at flagship stores and department stores. Also, Ginza is famous for its expensive restaurants with tasteful worldwide cuisine. 

Shibuya

At Shibuya & Harajuku―mecca for youngsters, you can feel the pop culture in Japan. See & walk through the world-famous scramble crossing in Shibuya. With 3 stops from Shibuya on Yamanote Line, Shinjuku is the business area with skyscrapers and is also known as the entertainment area that never sleeps.

Asakusa

If you would like to see old Japan, the Asakusa area is a good choice. Visit Tokyo's oldest temple "Sensoji" and its gate called "Kaminarimon." At "Nakamise," the small shopping street, you can find and buy goods like Kanji T-shirts, Sushi key chains, etc. You can also visit the Ueno area with a 20mins walk.

Akihabara

Are you an Anime, Manga, or Video games lover? If yes, Akihabara, often abbreviated as Akiba, must be your paradise! Akiba is also known for hundreds of electronics shops, ranging from tiny stalls specialising in a particular electronic component to large electronics retailers.

Area Suggestions for Foodies

Ginza

Fine restaurants and bars

Toyosu

Sushi (New fish market is located)

Roppongi

Cozy restaurants and bars

Shinjyuku

pub district (Golden Gai) and Izakaya

Shimbashi

Taverns, cheap Izakaya, bars

Ebisu

Casual but cozy restaurant and bars

Ueno

long-established dining place

Tsukishima

Monjya street

Take Deep Breath in Nature in Tokyo

Imperial Palace

Located on the site of Edo Castle and surrounded by moats and stone walls

Shinjuku Gyoen

A huge national garden located a short walk from Shinjuku-Gyoenmae St.

Ueno Park

A large public park with multiple museums and a zoo

Meiji Jingu

A shinto shrine surrounded by quiet forest

Go a Little Further

Kamakura

Kamakura - a historic place with lots of temples and shrines, including Daibutsu (giant Buddha)

Mt. Fuji

Mt. Fuji - a symbol of Japan which has been selected as a World Heritage

Nikko

Nikko - the place Nikko Toshogu Shrine (World Heritage) is located, and famous for hot springs

Mt. Takao

Mt. Takao  - rated as a “must-see” in the travel guide book “Michelin Green Guide Japon,” and is located within an hour of downtown Tokyo. 

Area Info and Event Schedule in Tokyo
   - Plan your day by what you want to do.

Food & Restaurant Info
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Guided Tours
   - Join tours!  Some are in multiple languages.

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The numbers of exhibitors/countries (including co-exhibitors) and visitors (including concurrent shows) on this website are forecasts. These numbers may differ from the actual numbers at the show.