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Explore these great things to see and do in Tokyo, from traditional temples hundreds of years old to the latest fashion from Harajuku.
The Odaiba Seaside Park is a beautiful sandy bay with lots of recreational activities, such as windsurfing and canoeing.
Ameyoko is one of the liveliest areas in Tokyo, a bustling street market full of vendors calling out loudly to passersby.
For everything ‘kawaii’ (super cute), there is no better place than Takeshita Dori in Harajuku, the mecca of youth culture in Tokyo.
The neon streets of Akihabara are called Electric Town for good reason – whether you need computer parts, game software, cameras, TVs or phones, you can get it all here.
The beautiful Shinjuku Gyoen is a national garden in the heart of the city, and one of Tokyo’s best cherry blossom viewing areas.
One of the most popular ‘free things to do in Tokyo’ is to visit the observatory area of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building.
Shibuya is famous for its insanely crowded pedestrian crossing and trendy department stores, which draws locals and tourists alike.
This massive park is one of the best places to see cherry blossoms in Tokyo, but is beautiful regardless of the season.
Since 1733, people have gathered at the Sumida River to watch fireworks in the summer time.
Grab your metal spatula and get cooking!
Sensoji is the oldest temple in Tokyo, and more than 30 million tourists a year pass under the huge red lanterns hung at the Kaminari (Thunder) Gate, which have become a well-known icon.
Anyone obsessed with samurai stories must visit the Samurai Museum in Shinjuku.
It’s phantasmagoric, it’s outlandish, it dazzles you with bright lights, crazy performances, and over-the-top costumes – it’s the one and only Robot Restaurant in Shinjuku!
This is one of the best-known towers in Japan. At a height of 1,092 feet (333 meters), it used to be the world’s tallest self-supporting steel tower.
To get a bird’s eye view of the biggest city in the world, head to TOKYO SKYTREE, the world’s tallest freestanding broadcasting tower, at a height of 634 metres.
When you enter the Edo-Tokyo Museum, you take a step back 400 years in time to see what life used to be like when Tokyo was known as ‘Edo’.
Meiji Jingu Shrine is the most famous Shinto shrine in Tokyo, and a top tourist attraction.