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Conference Elite welcomes all the delegates and participants to the Conference on Pathology  being held in  Tokyo, Japan. They will be provided comfortable accommodation with all the facilities that go with a 5-star treatment. The delegates and participants are provided with luxury amenities at their place of accommodation with breakfast, tea, sumptuous lunch, supper, and dinner. Transportation facilities such as car pool, from hotel to the conference locale and back.

Tokyo, Japan

Conference Dates : Oct 21, 2019 - Oct 23, 2019

Tokyo, Japan

Tourist Attractions

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Ueno Park

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Sensoji Temple

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Meiji Shrine

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Tsukiji Market

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Shibuya Pedestrian Crossing

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Beautiful Places to Visit in Tokyo of Japan


Make Your Trip to Tokyo, a Memorable One 

Tokyo, the capital city of Japan is famous for its ancient temples; numerous museums; theaters; festivals; traditional Japanese pursuits like sumo wrestling and martial arts;  internationally noted cuisine; and professional sports clubs, including baseball, football. Tokyo is also famous for its rich cultural heritage like music and theater, drama, symphonies, and pop and rock concerts. The famous places to visit while you are in Tokyo which include. 

Ueno Park

Ueno Park was built on the lands of a former temple. Designated as a public park toward the end of the 19th century, Ueno is the most visited during the spring when the cherry blossoms are in full bloom. However Ueno Park is an incredible Tokyo attraction throughout the year thanks to the several museums contained within. You'll also find ponds, shrines, gardens and over 9,000 trees. Ueno Park is free to all and open day or night, making it an incredibly popular spot for both locals and travelers from around the world.

Sensoji Temple

Japan is home to thousands of temples but the oldest of them all is the Sensoji Temple in Tokyo. By most accounts the temple's history dates back to the year 645 AD, making it over 1,400 years old. During the Second World War, much of the temple was destroyed, but it was rebuilt afterwards in the original style. This makes Sensoji Temple a reminder of the resiliency of the Japanese people and an example of new beginnings. The entrance to the temple is the enormous Thunder Gate with hanging lamps, and it is the base of an annual festival held there each spring.


Meiji Shrine

The Meiji Jingu or Meiji Shrine is one of the most important tourist attractions in Tokyo. The shrine is Shinto and it is dedicated to the spirits of the Emperor Meiji as well as his Empress. It was founded in 1920 as a way to honor the death of the Emperor who was responsible for the Meiji Restoration. Made of copper and Japanese cypress, the shrine is now just a small part of the overall complex. Visit to admire Meiji Shrine, tour the incredible works in the Meiji Memorial Picture Gallery or visit the Treasure Museum.

TSukiji Market

Sukiji Market Seafood and sushi are big staples of the Japanese diet. Tsukiji is a wholesale fish and seafood market, and it is the largest on the planet. The inner market is where wholesalers purchase seafood in tremendous amounts, but the outer market is where you can snag just enough fish for dinner, or you can dine at sushi restaurants that truly do have the freshest fish possible. For the best chance at experiencing the full bustle of the market, get there early. 

 

Shibuya Pedestrian Crossing

The ward of Shibuya in Tokyo is known for its busy and its abundance of shops, restaurants and nightlife that operates virtually 24/7, 365 days a year. A must-see part of Shibuya is the enormous pedestrian crossing directly in front of the Shibuya Station's Hachiko Exit. Giant neon screens above display advertisements in bold colors with flashing lights, and the pedestrian crossing is flooded with people at every change of the stoplight. You might recognize the Shibuya area from films or television shows. It speaks volumes of the enormous population density of this city.

There are several other places of interest to visit in Tokyo such as Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden, Tokyo Tower, Tokyo Imperial Palace, Akihabara, Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building, and many more. What better opportunities you need to visit these magnificent places than International Conference on pathology being held in Tokyo, the capital city of Japan from October 21-23, 2019.