Things to do in Tokyo

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  • 1

    Tokyo Tower

    124 reviews

    Great place to get some good pictures of Tokyo from up high. I went twice once in daytime and once at night. There is a second tier that you pay extra to go up. It's a much longer wait but well worth it especially at night. If you have the time I highly recommend it.

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  • 2


    97 reviews

    Good place to shop for clothes and eat snacks. Mostly girly stores all over the place. Prices are a bit high for things.

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  • 3

    Tsukiji Fish Market

    80 reviews

    Tsukiji Fish Market is the largest fish market in Asia, or maybe even the world. While its main function is to supply most of the seafood consumed in Tokyo (and that’s a lot!) through wholesale shops, it’s an amazing place to visit for anyone interested in exploring markets while traveling. The main attraction, in my opinion, is the tuna auction. ...

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  • 4

    Asakusa Shrine

    68 reviews

    You can get you fortune told here. Of course this became the best place to visit after I received a very good fortune. I loved all of the shops with food and souvenirs on the way here.

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  • 5


    70 reviews

    This place is, well, weird. It's an uneasy mix of straight-edged, clean-lined technology, unsavory manga, and sweaty-palmed voyeurism. That said, it is undeniably interesting. It's a great place to pick up English title video games, ogle at the latest household kit, and do some duty-free spending. On a Sunday, the main street is closed to traffic which makes for much ...

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  • 6

    Tokyo Disney Resort

    48 reviews

    This park is the most beautiful Disney park in the world, especially Tokyo Disney Sea. But the park is very crowded everyday by coming many Disney’s geeks. So you should not plan to complete for all attractions. If you would like to ride some attractions, you should get Fastpass until AM.

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  • 7


    52 reviews

    The Ginza is the most famos shopping district in Japan. Back in the pre-bubble bursting days of the 1980's in Japan, a square foot of real estate on the Ginza was the most expensive real estate of any city on earth. It's bright neon lights are like Las Vegas meets Times Square. There are a multitude of shops, both fine ...

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  • 8

    Roppongi Hills

    53 reviews

    Shopper's dream destination. So many places to shop at here, mostly on the higher-end range. As Americans, though, it's difficult to shop here, as even the largest sizes are like extra small to those from the States.

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  • 9

    Shibuya Crossing

    42 reviews

    Sure it's one of the most populated intersections in the world but that doesn't mean it can't be one of the best places to visit for a broke-ass does it? The people watching at Shibuya Crossing is stupendous. Just sitting there for like a half hour you will see every bit of imaginable Japaneseness that exists. Plus you can make ...

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  • 10

    Meiji Jingu Shrine

    36 reviews

    Very pretty area for pictures. Best to come in the morning when there is less people. Too many people by noon. Lots of weddings during Sunday mornings. Suggested donations in different areas of shrine.

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  • 11


    26 reviews

    Great spot in Tokyo. Takes a while to travel via subway or taxi from "downtown" area but worth the trip and lots of shops and restos to kill time while you wait for your tickets or time to go up to the top.

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  • 12

    Tokyo Imperial Palace

    32 reviews

    A trip to Tokyo should involve a visit to the Palace gates/bridge. While the grounds are only open to the public at 2 times a year, the inner and outer grounds are free to walk. If you're having a picnic the view of the city around is great as well. It's a bit difficult to get in and out to, ...

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  • 13

    Hachiko Statue

    27 reviews

    I'm a big dog lover and I had to visit this statue. Hachiko was remembered for his remarkable loyalty to his owner, even many years after his owner's death.

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  • 14

    Ueno Park

    28 reviews

    Ueno Park is a large park with a great variety of attractions. It's the location for many museums: the Tokyo National Museum, the National Museum for Western Art, the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum and the National Science Museum. It is also home to Ueno Zoo, Japan's first zoological garden. Just walking in the park on a pleasant day is worthwhile.

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  • 15


    25 reviews

    Beautiful Temple. Best time to visit? between 7-8am, where there are lesser tourist.

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  • 16

    Rainbow Bridge

    22 reviews

    Never forget at this moment

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  • 17

    Ghibli Museum

    17 reviews

    You needn’t be a fan of anime to enjoy the whimsical Ghibli Museum, a combo art, science, and children’s museum in a complex reminiscent of a hobbit village. A central atrium topped by a glass dome and giant fan, inspired by Hayao Miyazaki’s drawings, is a maze of staircases, passages, and hiding places; stained glass fitted into the ironwork casts ...

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  • 18

    Shibuya 109

    23 reviews

    I happened to accidentally stumble upon this mall while looking for a Sanrio store. The Sanrio ended up in the mens' side and it was merely a wall full of over priced cell phone covers. I walked over to the women's side and was in shopping heaven!!! Floor after floor of sectioned off F21-like shops. Some super expensive and some ...

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  • 19

    Yoyogi Park

    17 reviews

    One of the biggest parks in all of Japan attracts a wide array of people such as dog owners, bongo drummers, joggers, cyclists, musicians, and artists all enjoying their various intrests. Sundays are the best days to go when the park sees the most traffic. There are countless festivals and events. The spring and summer are usually more international and ...

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  • 20

    Tokyo Metropolitan Government Office

    15 reviews

    My favorite spot in Tokyo, Japan! Not only am I able to view Tokyo from a birds eye view, I also got to take a look at the ever elusive Mt Fuji! On a day with such a perfect weather, standing tall I the north observatory tower, this sight is seriously a joy to behold!

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