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Tokyo Live Cameras

Chiyoda City

Chuo City

Minato City

Shinjuku City

Bunkyo Ward

  • Rikugien Garden | Address: Rikugien Garden, 6-16-3 Honkomagome, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 113-0021 | Camera Title: Nationally Designated Special Scenic Beauty “Rikugien” Weeping Cherry Trees, Shinsentei, autumn leaves | Tokyo Metropolitan Park Association
  • Kanda River Iidabashi Water Level Observatory | Koraku, Bunkyo City | Tokyo Metropolitan Government Flood Prevention Channel

Taito City

Sumida City

  • Tokyo Skytree | Oshiage, Sumida-ku, Tokyo | Weather Live in Tokyo
  • Tokyo Skytree | Toyo Comtec Co., Ltd., Konji Building, 1-20-6 Azumabashi, Sumida-ku, Tokyo 130-0001 | ToyoComtec Channel
  • The Sky of Honjo of Sumida City | Sumida-ku Sotode Elementary School, 2-1-16 Honjo, Sumida-ku, Tokyo 130-0004 | Uchida Yoko

Koto City


Aomi Wharf
Tokyo Port Ferry Wharf

Shinagawa City

Meguro River
Oi Wharf
Shinagawa Wharf


Ota City

Tama River
Nomi River
Oi Wharf
Tokyo Port Central Breakwater

Setagaya City

  • Shoin Shrine | Address: Shoin Shrine, 4-35-1 Wakabayashi, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo 154-0023 | Camera Title: Precincts live camera (still image) in front of the main building and the direction of the chozuya (from the conferment office) | Management: Shoin Shrine
  • Higashitamagawa Elementary School | Setagaya City Higashitamagawa Elementary School, 1-1-1, Okusawa, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo 158-0083 | Uchida Yoko
  • Setagaya City Funabashi Elementary School |  Setagaya City Funabashi Elementary School,  4-41-1 Funabashi, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo 156-0055 | Uchida Yoko



Shibuya Ward

Nakano City


Suginami City

Toshima City

Kita City


Arakawa River
  • Iwabuchi Floodgate, Arakawa River Right Bank 20.5K | Iwabuchi Water Gate, 54-1-2 Shimo, Kita-ku, Tokyo 115-0042 | Arakawa Downstream River Office
  • Arakawa River| Sasame Bridge, Shin-Arakawa Bridge, Iwabuchi Water Gate, Goshiki Sakura Bridge, Nishiarai Bridge, Horikiri Pier, Hirai Bridge, Metropolitan Expressway Route 7 Arakawa Bridge, Komatsugawa Pier, Shinsuna | Kanto Regional Development Bureau, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism place
Shakujii River
Shingashi River

Arakawa City

  • Nippori Railway | Nishinippori, Arakawa City | Kumakumakuma
  • Arakawa City Council | [Live Broadcast/Recording] Arakawa City Council Live Camera | Arakawa City Council
  • Arakawa-ku, Arakawa-ku | [Limited time] Arakawa-ku, Arakawa Park Sakura Live Camera | Tokyo Cable Network

Itabashi Ward


  • Shakujii River, Shirako River and Shingashi River, camera title: Itabashi-ku Meteorological Observation System River image information, address: Itabashi City Office, 2-66-1 Itabashi, Itabashi-ku, Tokyo 173-0004, site title: Itabashi City Office
Shakujii River
Shirako River
Shingashi River

Nerima Ward


Shakujii River
Shirako River

Adachi City


Katsushika City

Edogawa City

Hachioji City



Asakawa River
Okuri River
Tama River
Minamiasakawa River

Tachikawa City

Musashino City

  • The Sky of Kichijoji | camera title: Seikei Meteorological Observatory Live Camera | Address: Seikei Junior and Senior High School, 3-10-13 Kichijoji Kitamachi, Musashino City, Tokyo 180-0001 | Management: Seikei Gakuen

Mitaka City

Ome City

Fuchu City

Akishima City

Chofu City

Machida City

  • J. F. Oberlin University | Address: Tokiwa-cho, Machida City | Camera Title: J. F. Oberlin University Machida Campus Physics and Chemistry Building Sky Camera | Management: J. F. Oberlin University
  • Ichinoya Parking Lot | Ichinoya Parking Lot, 1-21-14 Morino, Machida-shi, Tokyo 194-0022 | Ichinoya


Onda River
Sakai River
Shinkoji River
Tsurumi River

Koganei City

  • Koganei City Council | Koganei City Office, 6-6-3 Honcho, Koganei City, Tokyo 184-8504 | Camera Title: [Recorded Broadcast] Koganei City Council Live Camera | Management: Koganei City Council

Kodaira City

Hino City

  • JR Chuo Line in Hino City | Cameta Title: JR Chuo Line Hino Station – Toyota Station / Toyota Station – Hino Station Live Camera | Management: Railway Video Channel
  • Minamidaira, Hino City | Hino City 24-hour Live Camera | Hiroshi Ishii Natural Laboratory


Asakawa River

Higashimurayama City

Kokubunji City

  • Tokyo Keizai University, Kokubunji City, camera title: Tokyo Keizai University Kokubunji Campus Live Camera, address: Tokyo Keizai University Kokubunji Campus, 1-7-34 Minami-cho, Kokubunji-shi, Tokyo 185-002, site title: Tokyo Keizai University

Kunitachi City

Fussa City

Komae City

Higashiyamato City

Kiyose City

Higashikurume City

Musashimurayama City

Tama City

Inagi City

Hamura City

Akiruno City

Nishitokyo City

Mizuho Town

Hinode Town

Hinohara Village

Okutama Town

Oshima Town

Toshima Village

Niijima Village

Kozushima Village

Miyake Village

Mikurajima Village

Aogashima Village

Hachijo Town

Ogasawara Village

All over Tokyo

  • JR Shinagawa / Shinjuku / Maihama Station | JR Station Congestion Status Shinagawa Station (near Keikyu Access Exit, near North Passage Yamate Line Home Stairs), Shinjuku Station (West Exit, South Exit), Maihama (South Exit, North Exit) | JR East
  • Rivers in Tokyo | Tokyo Water Disaster Prevention Comprehensive Information System Rainfall / Water Level / River Images / River Department, Construction Bureau

Tokyo Tourism Information

Facing the Tokyo Bay of the Kanto Plain, Tokyo is in contact with Kanagawa Prefecture, Yamanashi Prefecture, Saitama Prefecture and Chiba Prefecture, and has jurisdiction over the Izu Islands, such as Japan’s southernmost Okinotorishima, Minamitorishima of Ogasawara and Hachijo-jima Island. The area of Tokyo is ​​2,188 square km and its forest area is about 36% of the entire area, but the agricultural land of the capital area is the lowest in the nation. The population of Tokyo is about 13 million people and its population density is about 6,000 / sq. Km and the national first place.

Tokyo consists of the former “Musashi Province”, “Shimousa Province” and a part of “Izu Province,” and it was once dominated by Hojo family of Sagami Province, went through the Odawara conquest of Toyotomi Hideyoshi, and it became the center of Japanese politics since Tokugawa Ieyasu opened the Edo shogunate.

After World War II, more centralization of the economy progressed, and Tokyo total production in 2009 accounted for about 85 trillion yen and about 17 percent of gross domestic product, and it is one of the leading economic cities in the world. In the Edo period, shogunate institutions and various mansions of the clans in the nation stood in a row in the town of Edo, and the town of Edo with the population of more than 1 million people, had been developed as a worldwide big city.

There were the Capitulation of Edo Castle in 1863, Imperial Palace transfer of Emperor Meiji in 1869 and the abolishment of the domain system in 1871, and the town of Edo became the capital as Tokyo. In 1967 its population exceeded 10 million people, and it is functions as a center of politics and economy. Tokyo is overconcentration, urbanization is rapidly progressing, population density is so high, but there are many attractions to feel nature, history, civilization and culture in Tokyo, The number of tourists is the national first place.

There are a number of tourist destinations in Tokyo, and there are the places where you can feel the nature, such as UenoImperial Park, Sumid Park, cherry of Shinjuku Imperial garden, field mustard of Hamarikyu park, Imperial Palace East Gardens, azalea of Nezu Shrine, the country special scenic spot “Rikugien” of stroll Tsukiyama fountain.

In addition, there are tourist spots such as Tokyo Tower, Ueno Zoo, Kaminarimon, Senso-ji Temple, Ameyoko shopping street, Fuji TV, Tokyo Midtown, Shibuya Hikarie, Roppongi Hills, Omotesando Hills, and Tokyo Sky Tree.

The local cuisines are “Fukagawa-don,” a bowl of rice in the miso soup of clams, green onions and deep-fried tofu, “Kusaya,” the dried fish of mackerel scad, flying fish, common dolphinfish, which is made by attaching the fermentation liquor referred to as the “Kusayaeki” and “Monjayaki,” the pancakes that is made by dissolving the flour with a lot of water to make the dough that is seasoned with Worcestershire sauce and by baking in the iron plate to put the ingredients such as cabbage, Agedama (bits of fried tempura batter), cut squid, and so on.

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