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    What We Love About Tokyo

    Tokyo is Japan’s bustling capital and the world’s most populous metropolis. Over 10 million foreign tourists visit this vibrant city every year and it only keeps increasing! A typical day of sightseeing in Tokyo can take you from historic temples to impressive neon-lit skyscrapers. Visit Sensō-ji, the oldest and largest ancient Buddhist temple and then head up to the Tokyo SkyTree, Japan’s tallest tower, for incredible views. Most of all, don’t miss out on the magic of Tokyo Disneyland as well as the world’s only Tokyo DisneySea! It’s easy to see why with Tokyo’s perfect blend of modernism and tradition.

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    Things to Do and See in Tokyo

    A city that never sleeps, Tokyo is the preferred destination for tourists who want to experience the perfect fusion of classical and contemporary. From dazzling neon-lit skyline and vibrant culture to its historical sites and timeless traditions, a wide range of fun things to do in Tokyo awaits you! Start your adventure with our list of top 10 places to visit in Tokyo!

    Tokyo Skytree

    Recognized as the tallest tower in Japan, Tokyo Skytree stands tall at Oshiage in Sumida City. This massive radio tower offers two observation decks where you can gaze upon the beautiful city skyline. Tembo Deck has three floors that feature a souvenir shop, a cafe, and the Musashi Sky Restaurant, while Tembo Galleria’s iconic skywalk can be accessed through a quick elevator ride from the first deck. Getting a fast Skytree combo ticket helps you skip the long queues and gives smoother access to the two observation decks.

    Sensō-ji

    Senso-ji, also known as the Asakusa Kannon Temple, is the oldest Buddhist temple in Tokyo. Just a 5-minute walk from Asakusa Station, this heritage of Japanese culture is surrounded by monumental gates and houses a five-tiered pagoda, several halls, a scenic garden, and the famous shopping street Nakamise-Dori. Tourists can also try a plethora of other things like the street food, the omikuji (fortune-telling paper strips), traditional chochin (paper lanterns), a rickshaw ride, and a kimono experience! The Tokyo Skytree can also be seen across the river, creating a magnificent blend of modern and traditional scenery.

    Tokyo Tower

    Tokyo Tower is the original landmark of Japan’s capital that is located at the Shiba-Koen district of Minato. Two observation decks are offering 360-degree panoramic views of the metropolitan horizon. The main observatory can be easily accessed via an elevator, but if you are up for a challenge, you can choose to take the 600-step stairs. Don’t miss the thrill of standing on the glass floor or visit the famous Foot Town that features an aquarium, an anime theme park, a wide range of shops for souvenirs, and a food court of international restaurants.

    Odaiba

    If you are looking for an endless collection of cool things to do in Tokyo, Odaiba is the ideal place for you! Sitting on an artificial island in Tokyo Bay, it is renowned as a shopping and entertainment hub packed with seaside fun, iconic attractions, and exciting activities that will surely make your travel worthwhile. Some of the most popular places to visit include the Rainbow Bridge, Tokyo Joypolis, Team Lab Borderless Digital Art Museum, Palette Town Ferris Wheel, Gundam Robot, Oedo-Onsen Monogatari, Miraikan, and more!

    Tsukiji Market

    The Tsukiji Market is a must-visit place for people who crave for delectable authentic Japanese food. Just a short walk from Tsukiji Station, you can enjoy a wide range of fresh seafood fare, including sushi, uni, sashimi, maguro, kaisendon, and even tamago, at any of the local restaurants in the Tsukiji Outer Market. Foreign tourists also love to experience the early morning tuna live auction that used to happen in Tsukiji Inner Market until it was closed and moved to the new Toyosu Fish Market.

    Harajuku

    Whether you’re an avid fan of anime or you just want to explore the trendiest shopping district in Tokyo, Harajuku brings you the haven of prominent cosplay culture in Japan. Takeshita Dori offers a variety of cute and quirky teenage fashion stores and souvenir shops. Don’t forget to wander down the surrounding alleys for chic cafes and dessert carts that sell sweet crepes, rainbow cotton candy, donuts, parfait, and more. Omotesando Avenue, on the other side, is home to an upscale range of boutiques and branded stores for older shoppers.

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    About Tokyo

    Tokyo is Japan’s bustling capital and the world’s most populous metropolis. Over 10 million foreign tourists visit this vibrant city every year and it only keeps increasing!


    A typical day of sightseeing in Tokyo can take you from historic temples to impressive neon-lit skyscrapers. Visit Sensō-ji, the oldest and largest ancient Buddhist temple and then head up to the Tokyo SkyTree, Japan’s tallest tower, for incredible views. Most of all, don’t miss out on the magic of Tokyo Disneyland as well as the world’s only Tokyo DisneySea! It’s easy to see why with Tokyo’s perfect blend of modernism and tradition.

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    What Travellers Think of Tokyo

    Ahmad
    Published 170 days ago
    An amusement park suitable especially for young people like our children. A little far from Tokyo but not difficult to reach with the Tokyo JR metro and metro network. From the Yomiuriland station to the park it is better to use skytrain which allows us to see Tokyo from a height. The most popular attraction for young people is the roller coaster that rises to almost the same height as the skytrain and rotates around the amusement park. There are also many affordable food and beverage choices available so you don't have to worry if you haven't eaten. What is fun for us is the convenience and year-end discounts when we buy night-pass tickets through Klook (which is also easily exchanged for entry passes at the amusement park counters). Thanks Klook for granting my kids a great experience!
    Juliana Binte
    Published 119 days ago
    Asakusa is one of the most popular places to visit in Tokyo and is a must to try on beautiful Japanese traditional kimonos and yukata. It was a good experienced walking around the historic Sensoji temple and trying some traditional sweets and food on Nakamise shopping street,and explore more fun activities with our loved ones in kimono and yukata feeling Kuwaii. Staff were very helpful by helping us to get ready and friendly too. Lot of choices for kimonos and yukata. Easy to find the rental shop just 5 min walks from metro station. Highly recommended.
    PINYUAN
    Published 140 days ago
    The symphony cruise's sunset trip is very romantic. You can enjoy meals in the on-board restaurant while admiring the beautiful Tokyo Bay at sunset, the sun sets behind Mt. Fuji, the rise and fall of the Haneda Airport plane, and the end of the night view of Tokyo is really enjoyable. It is recommended to choose a meal by the window. It is a bit expensive, but it is well worth it. After the meal, about half an hour, I can take a walk on the boat and take a photo on the deck to make a perfect stop for the trip.
    Amy
    Published 233 days ago
    Really fun and great experience. Me and my husband ended up with a private class just the two of us and the teacher Aya who was great and spoke very good English. We ended up learning a lot and taking a lot away from the class, as well as getting to eat our own sushi at the end! (A lot of food!) have a late breakfast and be prepared to eat a lot of sushi at 4pm! Definitely recommended as a great part of Japanese culture as well as fun!
    YUCHUN
    Published 143 days ago
    The meals on board were better than expected, and the coffee could be refilled, but the voyage was very short, and everyone rushed to the deck to take a picture of the sea view after eating afternoon tea. Although the waves in Tokyo Bay are small, friends who are prone to seasickness suggest to walk to the deck after meals. Seasickness symptoms will soon be relieved!
    Jamie Anne Borlongan
    Published 174 days ago
    The cooking course was very engaging and the instructor was really friendly. She provided adequate guidance with elaborated instructions and insights on Japanese food culture & ingredients used. Very satisfying to go through the cooking process and slowly savour the kaiseki meal with our course mates. We certainly had a lovely time!

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