The Tokyo page at 360cities.net has some amazing panoramic photographs of Japan's largest city. These photos really make you feel like you're right there in person.
I could kick my feet up on my desk, sip green tea and peruse these photos all day. But then what kind of example would I be setting for my employees? [Monk, it's way too late to worry about that. —The Staff]
When you go to the linked-to page, there will be a map taking up the majority of the page. On this page, the circled numbers indicate how many sights there are to see at that spot. Mouse over one of the names on the map and you'll get a hovering preview of the panoramic shot. Click on it, and the moving panorama appears in the upper right-hand corner.
To get an amazing full-screen version of that panorama (such as the one shown below), click on the small screen icon below the lower left-hand corner of the preview.
Just don't spend too much time at this website, alright? I already have enough companies mad at me as it is.
To view a full-screen version like the one shown below, click on the icon indicated by the green arrow.
Tokyo's Kabukiza district, home of traditional kabuki theaters.