June 20, 1955
June 21, 2011
Ginza (Chuo-ku)
Stretches from the Yon-chome intersection of Ginza-dori in the Nihonbashi direction. The main stars on this street shifted from streetcars and buses with front engines to taxis and private cars. The cables and tram stops of streetcars are now nostalgic.

November 14, 1956
June 3, 2011
Marunochi (Chiyoda-ku)
The brick Mitsubishi Ichigokan was built in 1894. In 2010, the building was reconstructed as the "Mitsubishi Ichigokan Museum" and has been gaining popularity.

January 28, 1957
January 12, 2012
Shirahige Bridge (Sumida-ku)
The shape of the bridge is the same as it was constructed in 1931. At the time, trolley buses that take electricity from overhead cables ran along the tracks leading to Kameido Station.

June 25, 1962
July 26, 2011
Kanda Jimbocho (Chiyoda-ku)
The used book town Jimbocho is made up of approximately 200 stores. The appearance of the streets has not changed even after 50 years have passed, a reminder of the good old days.

August 27, 1962
May 26, 2011
Ikebukuro Station West Exit (Toshima-ku)
The Ikebukuro Station West Exit has changed greatly due to urban development and improvement. The West Exit has expanded greatly, centering on the Tobu Department Store, etc., and Ikebukuro has become a city of arts and culture based on the opening of the Tokyo Metropolitan Theater.

January 29, 1963
December 28, 2011
Sukiyabashi Park (Chuo-ku)
The place where Sukiyabashi Bridge, which was made famous in the radio drama "Kimi No Na Wa?" that was a big hit in 1952, formerly stood. There is a memorial "Sukiyabashi Koko ni Ariki (Sukiya Bridge was here"), which was penned by Kazuo Kikuta, who created the drama.

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