Maps of Japan

Our free maps available in English

We are preparing free Get Japan maps in English for all Japan and have started with:

  1. Tokyo city “North of the Imperial Palace”: Akihabara, Jimbocho, Kanda…
  2. Tokyo city “East of the Imperial Palace”: Ginza, Nihombashi, Tsukiji…

Yes in Japan news about maps (read more):

  • Free resources: Get Japan {23 March 2016} - You prepare your travel in Asia? Our guides are already booked during your stay in Japan? You wonder what to do today on holidays in Tokyo, Kyoto, Osaka, Kamakura, Hiroshima…? Use our free resources Get Japan for independent travellers!         You will find our videos with subtitles (languages: English, French, Japanese…), our original city maps […]
  • Get Tokyo map: Near Ginza, Nihombashi, Shimbashi or Tsukiji in 2016? {6 January 2016} - You know, work at, or own an exceptional restaurant, shop, cultural centre… that European/American tourists on foot or bicycle would appreciate in Tokyo near the stations Ginza, Nihombashi, Shimbashi, or Tsukiji? Let us know before 31 January 2016 so we may introduce it in English on our next Get Japan map “East of the Imperial […]
  • Travel tips for Tokyo: Rain or snow? Go to Asakusa area! (2015-2016) {10 December 2015} - Big rain or snow today during your stay in Tokyo or Yokohama? And you still have to explore the north-east of Tokyo? Go shopping and discover the Japanese culture and everyday life in covered areas: the modern Sky Tree tower, the culinary Kappabashi Dougu Street, traditional alleys near the holy Thunder Gate… Precise travel tips […]

What local maps should we create next?

We plan to provide a new map by winter 2015 then spring 2016. Feel free to suggest any district/spot of Tokyo, another Japanese city or even a wilder place during the coming weeks! You can leave a comment on our dedicated post, contact us by e-mail or on social networks in English, French or Japanese.

Your desired map(s) may be available at your hotel or online when you arrive for your holidays or business trip :) If you already travelled to Japan and missed a map there, that’s also something the Yes in Japan team would be glad to know!