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Akihabara, Tokyo. A world-renowned area of intertwining cultures and stimulating experiences.

Akihabara has always been at the forefront of Japanese culture - a place where various people,
information and products converged.
Once assembling nationwide resources as an harbor, the area was reclaimed to a freight terminal in the late 1800s. In the 1920s, it was home to grocery wholesale market, while radio and wireless component merchants began to prosper, which eventually evolved into an area of home electronics, audio mechanics, and vinyl records. Nowadays,
it is renowned of subculture and many other aspects as well surviving through generations.

Creativity is what identifies the place's spirit. We guide guests with numerous stories and experiences
in depth to understand this city, which has attracted people from all over the world.