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    • Happo-en Garden
      Happo-en excels at planning, execution and prides itself on its ability to turn ideas into reality. Every event is unique and each project is overseen by a team specifically selected for each event every time. Our staff listen carefully to the ideas and requests of every customer to ensure every aspect of their ideal gathering come to full volition. We offer one-stop service starting from the initial meeting to the day of the event.
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    • Akasaka Palace (State Guesthouse)
      The State Guest House, Akasaka Palace (SGH AP) serves as a splendid stage of diplomatic activities by welcoming monarchs and presidents from countries all over the world. The SGH AP opens to the general public unless its main activities of welcoming dignitaries from abroad are interrupted. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KXC5rGGAejA
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    • Odaiba District
      Another of Tokyo's entertainment districts, this man-made island in Tokyo Bay is home to restaurants, theme parks and interesting architecture.
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    • Tokyo Tower
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    • Odaiba Kaihin Koen (Odaiba Seaside Park)
      Odaiba Marine Park has sand and rocks surrounding a quiet cove that spreads out beside Daiba Park (Battery #3). Odaiba is one of Japan’s lading tourist spots sporting a fusion of natural water and greenery with futuristic scenery such as Rainbow Bridge, the Fuji Television Building and urban resort hotels. This is the heart of the continuously evolving coastal subcenter of Tokyo. You can spend a fun time regardless of the season at Odaiba Marine Park, which is also famed as a standard stop for students on school trips and travelers from within Japan and abroad. Many have been spiritually soothed by the truly magnificent and beautiful sunset and night view seen from Odaiba Marine Park. You can enjoy the view as you stroll along the beach or grassy lawns