Tokyo Things to Do

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  • 26. Ameya Yokocho (AMEYOKO)

    Ameyoko is assumed by many to have gotten its name from combining the "Ame" in America with the "yoko" from "yokocho" however, the Ame is actually from Ameya (candy shop). Originally this street was a...

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  • 27. 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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  • 28. 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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  • 29. Roppongi Hills

    4 out of 5 stars

    Brand new sprawling complex with more than 200 stores. It also includes a Hyatt hotel, a private club, residences in the tower, a arena, a Virgin Cinema, an art center and even a TV studio. Walk...

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  • 30. Shimbashi & Shiodome

    After our relaxing time in the Hama Rikyu Gardens we emerged on to the busy streets of the Shiodome area of the city. It was a Sunday however, so while there was a lot of passing traffic, the...

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  • 31. 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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  • 32. Shinjuku Gyoen

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Shinjuku Gyoen, located just five or ten minutes from Shinjuku Station, Shinjuku Gyoen Mae Station, Sendagaya Station by foot, is one of the city's premier public parks. Historically this land...

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  • 33. Hibiya Park

    4 out of 5 stars

    Directly across the street from Tokyo’s Imperial Palace. Easy to combined, after Imperial Palace and Kokyo Gaien, continue to this Tokyo's surprising amount of green space. Walking through the park,...

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  • 34. 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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  • 35. 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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  • 36. 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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  • 37. Tokyo Station, Yaesu and Kyobashi

    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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  • 38. Nakamise - Asakusa

    The street leading from Kaminarimon to Senso-ji is lined on both sides with small shops. Indeed, Nakamise means "inside shops" and I assume takes its name from the fact that the stalls are inside the...

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  • 39. Tsukiji, Tsukishima, Tsukuda(jima), Tokyo's 3Ts

    Monja Street, formally known as Nishi-Nakadori, is a shopping and restaurant street that specializes in the unique Japanese food monjayaki. Located next to Tokyo's Tsukishima Station, the area is home...

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  • 40. 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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  • 41. Ikebukuro (Downtown)

    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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  • 42. Imperial Palace Tour

    Unbelievable what a huge area is Imperial palace. From Kokyo Gaien, the large plaza in front of the Imperial Palace, visitors can view the Meganebashi, two bridges that form an entrance to the inner...

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  • 43. 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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  • 44. Yanesen(YAnaka, NEzu, and SENdagi) Walk

    Jomyoin Temple was originally established in 1666. The gate dates back to the early 18th century. This temple is famous for its jizo statues. Originally, one of the temple's priests decided to make...

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  • 45. 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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  • 46. Yasukuni-Jinja Shrine

    The Yushukan is a Japanese War Memorial located at the controversial Yasukuni Shrine in Ichigaya, downtown Tokyo. The museum itself is owned and operated by the shrine and was the first war memorial...

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  • 47. Ueno

    The Ueno area is located at the North east of Tokyo. Ueno station is one of the major railway station in Tokyo it's the traditional terminus for the long- distances trains from the northern Japan. ...

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  • 48. Shinagawa

    the Area Around Shinagawa Station is a busy area and full of activities. Although Shinagawa is a ward of Tokyo, Shinagawa Station is actually in the ward of Minato: Shinagawa Ward is located to the...

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  • 49. Tokyo Sky Tree

    The new Tokyo landmark, Tokyo Sky Tree, opened in May 2012 gives Tokyo landscape new look. This 634-meter-high broadcasting and observation tower look great from the distance. I haven't yet climbed up...

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  • 50. 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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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 92 tip groups of popular areas or attractions but...

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