Daimyo Clock Museum

The Daimyo Clock Museum is a small community-run museum in 2-chōme, . The museum was established in 1972 to display Japanese clocks from the Edo period collected by Sakujiro Kamiguchi. It is the only museum in Japan exhibiting Japanese clocks.

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Nezu Station is a metro station on the Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line located in Bunkyo, Tokyo.

Zenshō-an is a Buddhist Rinzai Zen temple, located in , , Japan.It has a large collection of Japanese yūrei paintings, which are normally exhibited in August, the traditional month of spirits and ghosts.

The Tokyo National Museum or TNM is an art museum in Ueno Park in the ward of , .

Sendagi Station is an underground railway station on the Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line in Bunkyo, Tokyo, Japan, operated by Tokyo Metro.

The National Museum of Western Art is the premier public art gallery in specializing in art from the Western tradition.

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Yanaka is a sector of Taito, Tokyo, and, along with nearby Nezu and Sendagi neigborhoods in Bunkyo ward, is one of the few Tokyo neighborhoods in which the old Shitamachi atmosphere can still be felt.

Akihabara is a common name for the area around Akihabara Station in the of , Japan.

Kanda-Sarugakuchō is a district of , , , consisting of 1-chōme and 2-chōme.

Kanda-Jinbōchō, commonly known as Jinbōchō or Jimbocho, is a district of , , known as Tokyo's center of used-book stores and publishing houses, and as a popular antique and curio shopping area.

Iidabashi is a district of , , . It was in the former ward of Kōjimachi, which existed in Tokyo until 1947.

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