Tokyo’s Modern Architecture (Japan). 'Japan may be known for its traditional temples, but Tokyo’s cityscape is a veritable open-air museum of contemporary structures. The capital has come a long way from copying the Eiffel Tower – these days you’ll find dozens of inspired and original works by a pantheon of the world’s greatest designers.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/japan/tokyo
The Ginza District: Shopping is the main activity in the Ginza District, but there are other things to do and see as well. Visitors who enjoy architecture and historic structures can take a tour of the Wako Company building. If high-tech gadgets are more your thing, the Sony building has four floors of Sony products as well as a BMW showroom. Other points of interest in the Ginza District include the Police Museum, Kabukica Theater, and Yurakucho Gado-Shita Dinning.