Illustrator Map Tokyo Japan

Tokyo, the capital city of Japan, is a vast and densely populated metropolis with a complex network of waterways, bridges, and main streets. Here’s an overview of some of the principal waterways, bridges, and main streets in Tokyo:


  1. Sumida River:
    • One of the major rivers in Tokyo, flowing through the eastern part of the city.
    • Several bridges cross the Sumida River, offering picturesque views of the Tokyo skyline.
  2. Meguro River:
    • Flows through the southwestern part of Tokyo.
    • Known for its scenic cherry blossom (sakura) lined paths during the spring.
  3. Kanda River:
    • Runs through central Tokyo, passing through districts like Akihabara and Ochanomizu.
  4. Arakawa River:
    • Flows through the northern part of Tokyo, separating it from Saitama Prefecture.


  1. Tokyo Skytree:
    • Offers panoramic views of the city and is located near the Sumida River.
  2. Rainbow Bridge:
    • Connects the artificial island of Odaiba to the Tokyo mainland across Tokyo Bay.
  3. Nihonbashi Bridge:
    • Historic bridge located in the heart of Tokyo, symbolizing the starting point of major highways in Japan.
  4. Akihabara Pedestrian Bridge:
    • Spans the Kanda River, providing access to the famous Akihabara district.

Main Streets:

  1. Chuo Dori:
    • Located in the heart of Tokyo’s shopping district, Ginza.
    • A bustling street lined with upscale shops, department stores, and theaters.
  2. Harajuku Takeshita Street:
    • Famous for its trendy and eclectic fashion scene.
    • A vibrant and youthful atmosphere with unique boutiques and cafes.
  3. Shibuya Crossing:
    • Not a traditional street but a famous pedestrian crossing.
    • Located outside Shibuya Station, one of the busiest crossings in the world.
  4. Omotesando Avenue:
    • Often referred to as Tokyo’s Champs-Élysées.
    • Lined with upscale shops, boutiques, and stylish cafes.
  5. Roppongi Dori:
    • Runs through the Roppongi district, known for its nightlife and entertainment.
    • Home to various international embassies and cultural institutions.

Tokyo’s waterways, bridges, and main streets collectively contribute to the city’s vibrant and diverse urban landscape, showcasing a blend of modernity and tradition. The city’s extensive transportation network and iconic landmarks make exploring Tokyo an exciting and dynamic experience.

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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.

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