Enter the Metaverse and Experience an Amazing New Tokyo

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    Tokyo Japan – Media OutReach Newswire – January 26, 2024 – SusHi Tech Tokyo 2024, which brings together Tokyo's innovation creators to share solutions for urban growth and sustainability, is scheduled to open this spring. The Tokyo Metropolitan Government will launch the “Virtual Edo Tokyo Project” utilizing Metaverse in preparation for Sustainable High City Tech Tokyo (SusHi Tech Tokyo) and this event that promotes the creation of new sustainable value. Bringing the wonders of Tokyo to the world.

    100 days before SusHi Tech Tokyo 2024, the Virtual Edo Tokyo Project started on January 18th (Thursday). At the launch, Kyary Pamyu Pamyu and Sayuri Matsumura appeared, and after introducing the Metaverse space filled with the charms of Tokyo, they carried out the Virtual Edo Tokyo Project. Governor Koike's speech via Metaverse Avatar.


    date: January 18, 2024 (Thursday) – February 12, 2024 (Monday)

    venue: Cluster Metaverse Platform

    You can enter the Metaverse starting Thursday, January 18th at approximately 6pm.

    A free app is required and can be downloaded from the following URL:

    Main content:

    • In preparation for the SusHi Tech Tokyo 2024 event to be held in April and May, we will publish a preliminary report on event highlights and achievements so far.
    • We will introduce the diverse culture and charm of Edo-Tokyo through a variety of content, including a virtual walking tour of Edo Castle, the central symbol of Edo.
    • Visitors of all ages can participate in activities such as work experience simulations.

    Virtual Edo-Tokyo Metaverse Space

    Once visitors arrive at the entrance, they can enter six different areas and experience Tokyo's many cultural, industrial, and technological attractions.

    Virtual Edo-Tokyo Metaverse Space

    Sas High Tech Tokyo

    Hashtag: #SusHiTechTokyo #VirtualEdoTokyo project

    The publisher is solely responsible for the content of this announcement.

    Tokyo Governor Policy Planning Office


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