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  • Tokyo Metropolitan Government - Includes message from the governor, city profile, tourist information, guide to activities and facilities, and news releases.
  • Tokyo Fire Department - Includes organization, resources, disaster information and prevention, R&D, and educational facilities.


  • Aoyama Gakuin University - With schools of international politics, economics, business, science and engineering.
  • Gakushuin University - Contains guide to school, faculties, departments, graduate school, centers, courses, library, student life, and information for international students. Located in Toshima-ku, Tokyo.
  • Gakushuin Women's College - Located in Shinjuku-ku. With history, president's message, administrative officers, faculty and their fields, campus, map, enrollment, academics, and tuition information.
  • Hosei University - School calendar and history, academic outline and campus life, library and research facilities, international program information, financial aid, and admissions. With 3 campuses in Tokyo.
  • Introduction of Tokyo University of Fisheries - Lists university history, structure, campus, library, museum, departments of ocean sciences, technology, aquatic biosciences, fisheries resource management, and food science and technology, as well as calendar, and overseas student guide.
  • Meiji University - With introduction, history, admissions, organization, map of 2 campuses, departments of law, commerce, political science and economics, arts, sciences, agriculture, and business, plus research institutes, museums, and student life.
  • Musashino Art University - Tokyo - Includes list of faculty, curriculum, campus life, and international students.
  • Obirin University - Offers B.A. degrees in English, Chinese, languages and information studies, psychology, health and sports science, arts and culture, economics, international studies, business, as well as advanced degrees in international studies. In Machida City.
  • Seikei University - With undergraduate faculties of economics, engineering, humanities, and law, graduate schools, institutes and library resources. Located in Kichijoji, Musashino, Tokyo.
  • Teachers College - Offers graduate degrees in TESOL in Chiyoda-ku.
  • Tokai University - Includes school description, departments, events, and syllabus.
  • Tokyo Denki University - Offers university overview, history, graduate schools, colleges, research institutes. and access map.
  • Tokyo Keizai University - Features university outline, faculties of economics, business administration, communication studies, contemporary law, graduate programs, international exchange programs, library and educational facilities, campus life, and map.
  • Tokyo Medical University - Includes curriculum, premed division, university hospital, nursing school, cancer and disease center, and alumni association.
  • Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Technology - Located in Hino City, Tokyo. Includes outline, maps, news, undergrad and graduate school of engineering,library, international exchanges, and open lectures.
  • Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Technology - Undergraduate and graduate institution specializing in Mechanical Systems Engineering, Electronic Systems Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, and Production and Information Systems Engineering. Library and engineering-related lectures open to the public. Located in Hino City, Tokyo.
  • Tokyo University of Foreign Studies - With faculty of foreign studies, graduate school of area and culture studies, Japanese Language Center for international students, and Institute for the Study of Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa.
  • Toyo University, Graduate School, and Junior College - Includes academic divisions in literature, economics, business, law, engineering, and international programs. Located in Tokyo.
  • The University of Electro-Communications - Includes guide to faculties, departments, graduate schools, research and educational facilities, and library. Located in Chofu City, Tokyo.
  • University of Tokyo - Offers organizational chart, administration, faculties, departments, and graduate schools, facilities, enrollment, hospitals, student and researcher exchanges, access and campus maps.

Society and Culture

  • Anthropology of Japan: Teaching and Research - A cultural anthropology professor at Harvard University writes on contemporary Tokyo, the Tsukiji fish market, and the culture of sushi.
  • Indian Community Activities Tokyo - ICAT is an association of Indians living in the Kanto area of Japan.
  • Old Tokyo - Devoted to old hand-tinted postcard images of Tokyo, from 1903-1923. Sights include Asakusa, Nihombashi, Ginza, Tokyo Central Station, and the Imperial Palace.
  • Tanabata Festival in Shonan Hiratsuka - Introduces the festival with pictures, history, and links.
  • Tokyo American Club - Private social and business networking club in Tokyo.
  • Tokyo Blues - Blues site featuring interviews, articles, news, gig guide, bars, clubs and venues, record shops, CD reviews, previews and reviews.
  • Tokyo Real Ale Festival - Contains information about the ale festival, including events and schedule.
  • Tokyo Wine Society - Organization of enthusiasts holding public wine tastings. Includes information about the society, as well as upcoming and past events.


  • The Gotoh Museum - Premodern art from Japan, China and Korea. Located in Tokyo.
  • Katsushika City Museum - Features local history and astronomy. Includes hours, calendar of events, links, photos, admission fees and directions. Located in Katsushika-ku, Tokyo.
  • Meguro Museum of Art, Tokyo - Offers an international collection of modern and contemporary art.
  • Mitsuo Aida Museum - Dedicated to the 20th century author and poet. With admissions and parking information, tickets, and hours open. Located in Ginza.
  • The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo - Japan's first national art museum with works of art, crafts, film, and related materials; plus surveys and research, and public exhibitions and screenings.
  • The National Museum of Western Art - With European paintings, sculptures, drawings, and prints, from the 14th through the 20th centuries. With illustrated samples from the collections.
  • National Science Museum - Includes information on events, exhibits, education, research, databases, and museum shop. Located in Ueno Park, Tokyo.
  • Nihon Mingeikan Art Museum - A Japan folk crafts museum, showing traditional arts such as pottery from Kyushu.
  • Omotesando-Niigata-Kan Nespace - Center in Shibuya-ku that presents information about the industry, culture and tourism of the Niigata Prefecture. Facilities include library, information center, and restaurant.
  • Seiji Togo Memorial Sompo Japan Museum of Art - Comprised of over 200 works of Seiji Togo, a noted Japanese artist, and over 250 works by other Japanese and foreign artists. Located in Shinjuku.
  • Setagaya Art Museum (Tokyo) - Offers art works with an emphasis on works with an element of naivete, as well as the latest from local artists residing nearby.
  • Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography - Located in Meguro-ku. Features overview, guide to current exhibitions, workshops, and galleries.
  • Tokyo National Museum - Gives museum guide, history, current exhibits and events. Located in Ueno, Tokyo.
  • University Art Museum - Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music - Holds about 28000 pieces based on Japanese modern art including art works of former teachers and students. Site includes information on the museum's schedule, admissions, major exhibitions, and sculptures.


Tokyo Travel Guides
 Frommer's Tokyo
 Lonely Planet Tokyo
 Let's Go Tokyo
 Fodors Tokyo