Large green park with 6 Pokémon-themed manhole covers as homage to the creator of Pokémon, Satoshi Tajiri's hometown.
A much-loved bookstore in Nihonbashi spread over four floors. The top floor has one of the best selections of English-language books in Tokyo.
Large park on the shore of Lake Inba in Sakura, Chiba Prefecture. Most known as the site of the annual Sakura Tulip Festival.
Sprawling park in Chichibu, Saitama Prefecture. Most well-known for its display of shibazakura (moss phlox) in April and May.
A lighting store located on the interior decoration mecca that is Meguro Dori. Sister store to Point No. 39 on the same street.
A store selling Scandinavian furniture and interior items---mostly from the 1960s and 1970s.
A home goods store selling beautiful custom contemporary furniture, with a minimalistic style. They also stock lots of household items.
A three-story space with a wide range of vintage-inspired furniture and decorative items with an American twist.
Also known as Shibuya Public Hall when it doesn't have a naming sponsor.