Tokyo Things to Do

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  • 26. Hato Bus Tour

    Hato bus is an Icon in Tokyo and the most popular touring comapny in the tokyo area and nearby surrounding. they offer assorted tour packages for morning, afternoon, night tours and whole day and...

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  • 27. Yoyogi Park

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Yoyogi Park, one of Tokyo's most popular gathering places also has a unique history. This was the site of the first powered airplane flight in Japanese history by Orville and Wilbur Wright's long lost...

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  • 28. Edo-Tokyo Museum

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    This modern museum, which opened in 1993 in a rather striking building, is devoted to the history of Tokyo from the Edo Period which started at the end of the 16th century) to the post World War Two...

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  • 29. Tokyo Station

    Tokyo Station's redevelopment is complete, and it makes for an impressive site. I was in the area a few months ago for a meeting actually, but it is hard not to be impressed by the results of the...

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  • 30. Roppongi

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Roppongi gets a bad rap for being a sleazy area that draws Westerners to its bars, strip clubs and dance clubs. People talk about the high crime rates in Roppongi, rare for Japan. In the past few...

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  • 31. PACHINKO PARLORS

    Since Japanese cannot enjoy gambling in casinos due to government regulations, they have pachinko parlors as a solution. There are many game machines here and you are awarded with small pinballs which...

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  • 32. The Statue of Hachi (HACHI-KO)

    This is a small statue of a small dog, where people come and meet. The story behind the statue is a great story. Another must see site. The statue is at the Shibuya crossing, so take the 5 minutes to...

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  • 33. Kabuki-za Theatre

    a center of the ancient japanese stage play of kabuki. Kabuki is a traditional Japanese form of theater with its origins in the Edo period. In contrast to the older Japanese art forms such as Noh,...

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  • 34. Yokohama - Day Trip

    Yokohama offers many special sights and is worth a day trip from Tokyo. As Japan's second most populous city after Tokyo it contributes to the Greater Tokyo area. Being one of Japan's most important...

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  • 35. Yasukuni-Jinja Shrine

    Yasukuni Shrine was established in 1869 to enshrine those that died for the Emperor to restore his power in the Boshin Wars. As Japan began to wage wars outside its territory, the shrine became a...

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  • 36. Kokugikan (National Sumo Stadium)

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    No guarantees of course that a tournament will be going while you are in town, but if there is a tournament in progress, it is well worth catching the sumo. There are 6 tournaments a year, 3 of which...

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  • 37. Cherry Blossoms (SAKURA) Viewing

    I suppose it is not the first place you'd think of to view cherry blossom. But throughout the cemetery, a profusion of cherry trees are in full bloom, gently raining their pink petals to form a carpet...

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  • 38. Ghibli Museum - Day Trip

    The Ghibli Museum, devoted to the art of Hayao Miyazaki and his team of collaborators in located way out in the far suburbs of Tokyo. You can join the JR Chuo line, to travel out for 30 minutes to...

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  • 39. Hibiya Park

    4 out of 5 stars

    Hibiya Park is the first western-styled park in Japan opened in 1903. The park has some monuments(such as The Statue of Jose Rizal, a national hero of the Phillippines), Japanese garden styled ponds,...

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  • 40. Nikko - Day Trip

    On the way to National Park Nikko to see Rin-No-Ji Temples we stop for a moment to take photos of the vermillion lacquered bridge. The sacred Shinkyo Bridge looks down over the clear water of the...

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  • 41. Shimbashi & Shiodome

    Hope off the train at Shimbashi station (shiodome area is directly connected) and take a walk around the shiodome area. Its a fairly new area with a lot of skyscrapers, so many infact that you do not...

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  • 42. Yanaka district

    Another itinery which can easily occupy a whole day is a trip to Ueno Park and the nearby old Tokyo areas of Yanaka, Nippori and Nezu. To reach Ueno Park take the train to Ueno Station. Ueno Park...

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  • 43. Marunouchi

    4 out of 5 stars

    Walk down Marunochi Naka Dori (nice atmosphere with famous brand shops) and check Marunouchi Building and Shin-Marunouchi Building which are great retail complex. Check the top floor observatory of...

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  • 44. The Diet Building

    the main house of the Japanese Congress and the main administrative and political center of Japan. Japan is a monarchy/ parliamentary system where the emperor is the head of state but actual political...

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  • 45. Sengaku-ji Temple

    Sengakuji Temple was originally built as one of the main temples of Edo, but over time has become known as the temple of the 47 Ronin. The current hondo dates back to the 1950s, as the original was...

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  • 46. Ikebukuro

    i'm not sure what to call namja town... it was kind of a food court, an arcade, and a haunted house all rolled into one. it's located off the ikebukuro subway stop in sunshine city (a kind of indoor...

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  • 47. Tokyo National Museum

    4 out of 5 stars

    Where would you go if you want to see the National Treasures and Important Cultural Properties of Japan? Start from Tokyo National Museum in Ueno Park. Particularly Main Building specializing Japanese...

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  • 48. Shinjuku Gyoen

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Shinjuku National Garden was completed in 1906 as an imperial garden. It is a beautiful landscaped garden of 150 acres of land. The highlights of the garden are the Kyu-Goryo-Tei (Taiwan Pavilion),...

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  • 49. Suburbs

    a very nice old temple which provides solace for the believers or just an interesting, historical, relaxing place to be for plain tourists. it's a short walk from the train station. the wooden beams...

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  • 50. Tokyo Dome City

    4 out of 5 stars

    The Boston Red Sox and Oakland A's opened their seasons this year at the home of the Tokyo Tigers--the Tokyo Dome. Other than the baseball stadium, the Dome Area has many other attractions: - A...

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Tokyo is made up of fifty or more popular areas. Knowing the names of key areas will make your Tokyo trip a lot easier. Here we have 65 popular areas or attractions but there are lots more. To...

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