The Peninsula Tokyo is located at 1-8-1 Yurakucho, Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan
From Narita International Airport, walk to Airport Terminal 2 Station and take Skyliner 44有料特急towards Keisei-Ueno, which arrives at Nippori Station. From here, transfer to Yamanote Line to get off at Yurakucho Station.
The Peninsula Tokyo is just a short walk from Yurakucho Station.
The Tokyo Imperial Palace is home to the head of state, and is where the Imperial Family lives. It is also the former site of the Edo Castle.
From The Peninsula Tokyo, walk to Hibiya Station, take Mita Line and you will arrive at Otemachi Station. When getting off the train, walk to Imperial Palace.
The atmosphere at Kokyo-Gaien the outer gardens of the Imperial Palace) is fresh and peaceful.
A section of the street along the palace is closed to cars on Sunday and bicycles can be borrowed free of charge( External link ). Enjoy a nice bike ride on a clear day!
A collection of beautiful art, calligraphy and craft works handed down generation to generation by the Imperial family is on display at Sannomaru Shozokan( External link ) (The Museum of the Imperial Collections).
The Advertising Museum Tokyo is Japan's only comprehensive museum dedicated to advertising and marketing. The permanent collection shows the history of advertising from the mid-Edo period to the present day.
Advertising Museum Tokyo is 2 minutes from Yurakucho to Shimbashi by JR Yamanote Line.
The history of advertising in Japan is on display, from ads using nishiki-e (Japanese multi-colored woodblock prints) in the Edo period (1603-1867) to current TV commercial films.
You can find various museum goods at the Museum Shop that are great tools to gain deeper understanding of advertisements.
The museum closes on Monday (Sunday and Tuesday if Monday falls on a holiday).