Khibia District
Japan, Tokyo

Khibia is one of the 23 special and most famous areas of Tokyo. It has a rich history dating back to the Tokugawa Shogunate era. During the Edo period, the Khibiya region was a quiet and calm fishing village, which later turned into a well-equipped city. There are a lot of the most important buildings, museums, theaters, parks, interesting places, fashionable hotels, large corporations, expensive and chic clubs, gourmet restaurants where you can try everyone's favorite Japanese cuisine, as well as much more.
The hallmark of the area is its park. Khibiya Park is Tokyo's only western-style largest park. Khibiya Park appeared in all its glory to the people of Tokyo in 1903 and is still the center of attraction for the local population and many tourists.

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