Tokyo Japan editable vector map svg free

Editable Vector Map of the Tokyo Japan in SVG format.
Can be edited in the following programs: Adobe Illustrator, CorelDraw, InkScape
Principal streets and roads, names places, residential streets and roads, road number labels, water objects, land use areas.

Tokyo Japan editable vector map svg free

Tokyo Japan editable vector map svg free

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Tokyo, the bustling capital city of Japan, is known for its blend of modernity and tradition, offering a wide array of districts, streets, and roads that define its unique character. Here are some of the principal streets, roads, and districts in Tokyo:

Principal Districts:

  1. Shinjuku:
    • Kabukicho: Tokyo’s most famous entertainment and red-light district.
    • Golden Gai: A network of narrow alleys filled with tiny bars, pubs, and eateries.
    • Shinjuku Gyoen: A large park with beautiful gardens.
  2. Shibuya:
    • Shibuya Crossing: Known as the world’s busiest pedestrian crossing.
    • Harajuku: Famous for its fashion culture, particularly along Takeshita Street.
    • Omotesando: A tree-lined avenue known for its upscale shopping and architecture.
  3. Ginza:
    • Renowned for luxury shopping, dining, and entertainment.
    • Features many high-end boutiques, department stores, and galleries.
  4. Akihabara:
    • The hub for electronics stores, manga, anime, and otaku culture.
    • Also known for its themed cafes, such as maid cafes.
  5. Roppongi:
    • Known for its vibrant nightlife and expat community.
    • Houses many international restaurants, bars, and clubs.
  6. Asakusa:
    • Home to the famous Sensoji Temple.
    • Known for its traditional atmosphere and historical significance.
  7. Odaiba:
    • A man-made island with shopping malls, entertainment complexes, and futuristic architecture.
    • Famous for attractions like the Rainbow Bridge and the Gundam statue.

Principal Streets and Roads:

  1. Chuo-dori:
    • Runs through the heart of Ginza and is known for its luxury shopping.
    • On weekends, the street becomes pedestrian-only, allowing for leisurely shopping and dining.
  2. Omotesando Avenue:
    • Often referred to as Tokyo’s Champs-Élysées.
    • Lined with zelkova trees and upscale boutiques, cafes, and restaurants.
  3. Takeshita Street:
    • A bustling pedestrian street in Harajuku, famous for its quirky fashion shops and street food.
    • Popular among teenagers and tourists seeking the latest in Japanese pop culture.
  4. Meiji-dori:
    • A major street that runs through several key districts, including Shibuya and Harajuku.
    • Known for its mix of retail stores, restaurants, and nightlife.
  5. Aoyama-dori:
    • Connects the upscale areas of Aoyama and Omotesando.
    • Lined with high-end boutiques, cafes, and modern architecture.
  6. Yasukuni-dori:
    • Passes through major districts like Shinjuku and Akihabara.
    • Known for its vibrant nightlife and numerous entertainment options.
  7. Shinjuku-dori:
    • A major thoroughfare in Shinjuku, known for its skyscrapers and shopping centers.
    • Also famous for the Shinjuku Station area, one of the busiest railway stations in the world.
  8. Kokyo Gaien National Garden Roads:
    • Surround the Imperial Palace, offering scenic views and historical landmarks.
    • Popular for walking and jogging, especially during cherry blossom season.

These streets and districts showcase Tokyo’s diversity, from ultra-modern skyscrapers and shopping districts to serene temples and traditional neighborhoods. Each area offers a unique experience, reflecting the city’s rich cultural tapestry.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.