Shinagawa and Odaiba, Tokyo
Shinagawa Station is one of the city’s busiest stations. Its convenience as a transportation hub has attracted many hotels, offices, restaurants and shops to the area. Shinagawa has been catering to travellers since the Edo Period (1603-1867), when it was the first stop on the main road linking Tokyo with Kyoto. Odaiba is a large, modern, waterfront area that has become one of Tokyo’s most popular shopping and entertainment districts.
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