Its not Wall Street, and that's the point, its computers, a quiet atmosphere with electronic trading. It holds a lot of history, business and a small museum. Japan is a sovereign island nation in Eastern Asia, its capital is Tokyo and it has a population of 128 million people.
Great piece of history and business interest if you're in the area for a quick walk around the stock exchange. We were lucky enough to be around to see a company ceremoniously ring the stock exchange bell. It was very cool for a financial history buff to see all the artifacts they have in the small museum as well. Free,... 更多
With computers, high-frequency trading, the TSE offers visitors a museum of sorts. Closed was the trading floor at the end of the last century. There really is not much to see. I run past the building training for the Tokyo Marathon and enjoyed the displays for a glimpse of the past.
Since stocks are traded electronically, there isn't much to see. However, if in the area and like the stock market, I would recommend this place. The museum inside is also nice. I only spent 15-30 min here.
A very quiet and sedate atmosphere touring the modernized Tokyo Stock Exchange. Not much really to see as all the trading is computerized. The history of the exchange was just ok --could have been better. If your time is limited, its really something that might give a pass --as there are many other attractions in busy Tokyo to see!
I enjoyed the museum portion. I expected a vibrant trading floor view. The market operations room seemed pretty sedate. I like finance and history so this combines both. I liked it...and its free.
Ok so they have a very quaint museum, that tells you about the stock exchange. It has english french and german translation phones. You can photograph but no flash. They also have a trading simulation type game which is open to groups but you have to come at a certain time.
My visit lasted less than an hour, but it wasn't a waste of time. There's a small security checkpoint upon entry where they ask you to empty your pockets before they hand you a visitor's pass and give you a simple form to fill out. The museum is quite small as it's only one room. The observation area is a... 更多