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    Tokyo Tower

    4.5
    126 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

    Harajuku

    4.5
    98 reviews

    The nexus of Tokyo's buzzing youth culture, Harajuku is an excellent place to shop, nosh, or - best of all - just people-watch. Fashionable and dolled-up teens are everywhere, including the numerous cosplay kids, a wonderfully Japanese phenomenon. Combines with a visit to the nearby Meiji Jingu Shrine.

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  • 3

    Tsukiji Fish Market

    4.5
    80 reviews

    We had lunch at one of the small sushi restaurants. At 1pm there was still a line out the door. Excellent sashimi, crab, shrimp, and uni.

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  • 4

    Asakusa Shrine

    4.5
    70 reviews

    This place is a great taste of Japan in the city with many economical places to stay and tons of delicious food options. Also close to the train. My group went from this area to Disney and shinjuku easily

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  • 5

    Akihabara

    4
    71 reviews

    Akihabara is a nice place to walk around and enjoy the various electronic shops, particularly at night when it is all lit up in neon lights.

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  • 6

    Ginza

    4.5
    54 reviews

    You could pretty much find any upper class store in this area. There LV, Gucci, Prada.. all those along the main strip. We even went to a 4 storey A&F there.

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    Tokyo Disney Resort

    4.5
    48 reviews

    This is a great place to go since it is only 20 minutes by train from Tokyo Central Station. They have 2 parks, we went to the DisneySea one since it is a little different than anywhere else. The Japanese love Disney and dress the part. Mickey & Minnie even speak Japanese. Yes there are crowds but still worth going.

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  • 8

    Roppongi Hills

    4
    53 reviews

    One of the most architecturally beautiful areas of Tokyo. From the buildings to the pieces of art surrounding the area, you can't help but take a moment to stare in awe.

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  • 9

    Shibuya Crossing

    4.5
    42 reviews

    The busy all crossing intersections outside of Shibuya station is iconic for Tokyo, although, that type of crossing is becoming popular in other cities as well. It was raining when we went so was not too crowded. The second floor of the Starbucks offers a good vantage point to view the crossing.

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  • 10

    Meiji Jingu Shrine

    4.5
    38 reviews

    Such a calm & lovely setting! Built in the 1920's & rebuilt in the 1950's, Meiji Jingu honors Emperor Meiji & Empress Shoken. The serene atmosphere (despite lots of locals & tourists) makes one forget you are in the middle of a busy city. While here, we saw several wedding processions, as well as young children & infants dressed in ...

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  • 11

    Tokyo Imperial Palace

    4
    33 reviews

    The Palace isn't really open for touring but you can grab a token for free and walk the gardens. Its a pretty easy stop from the train/subway too. Each of the stones building the walls are from differnt areas of Japan.

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  • 12

    Skytree

    4.5
    26 reviews

    Tokyo Tower is no longer the tallest building in Japan, it's all about Skytree. I got a very nice view of it from across the river in Asakusa. My cousin (in Japan)told me that people are going to Skytree for the view rather than Tokyo Tower. The location is great, I felt Tokyo Tower was a little to out of ...

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  • 13

    Hachiko Statue

    4
    28 reviews

    In Japan, Hachiko is much more than the statue at Shibuya station, the dog is a national symbol of loyalty. The path of the Akita who waited nine years for his master to return is respected by everyone and it is an example of loyalty you will see in several places here. The statue itself was erected in 1934 and ...

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  • 14

    Ueno Park

    4
    28 reviews

    Come during spring when the cherry blossoms are in full bloom, it's really pretty!

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  • 15

    Asakusa

    4.5
    25 reviews

    Make a wish! Make sure you also try the pumpkin pastries, last stall on the right as you walk towards the temple.

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  • 16

    Rainbow Bridge

    4.5
    22 reviews

    Seen during the day, you won't know why the bridge going to Daiba island is called the Rainbow Bridge. But see it at night and you'll understand.

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  • 17

    Ghibli Museum

    4.5
    18 reviews

    Worth the trip. The displays, decorations and are we're great! The food was good too. We bought many souvenirs from the museum shop.

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  • 18

    Shibuya 109

    3.5
    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

    4
    17 reviews

    A park near Shinjuku where legions of cosplay teens descend in elaborate costume and makeup to preen and pose on the weekends. Will it change your life? Probably not. But it does offer great photo opportunities and an interesting insight into Japanese culture.

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  • 20

    Tokyo Metropolitan Government Office

    4.5
    15 reviews

    This 48-floor, dual-tower government building is open to the public free of charge. The observation floors offer an amazing view of Tokyo in every direction.

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