Travel tips

Followings are some examples of popular tour spots.

Alphabetical order

Harajuku Distict :Omotesando & Takeshita Steets
Harajuku remains a center for fashion from high-end international showcases to bargain boutiques. Omotesando has dozens of boutiques showcasing top fashion designers and brands such as Celine, Fendi, and Dior. Takeshita-dori, a narrow alley, is the place to find what's hot in teen fashion and culture.
Imperial Palace East Garden
Crossing an old style Otemon gate to the East Garden, you will see moats, swans, old guardsmen houses, stone walls, and beautiful Japanese style gardens with stones, plants, trees, flowers, and ponds.
Kagurazaka Old Town District
The Kagurazaka district is famous for narrow alleys and traditional Japanese houses. You will discover a truly traditional Japanese atmosphere.
Main Entrance in Palace (Nijyubashi or "Double Bridge")
The Imperial Palace and these bridges are open to the public twice a year. Having your picture taken with these bridges in the background is very popular among tourists.
Meiji Shrine in Harajuku
Meiji Shrine is one the most popular shrines in Tokyo, dating from 1920. Emperor Meiji and his consort the Empress Shoken are enshrined here.
Odaiba
Odaiba is Tokyo's offshore leisure and commercial development complex. People come here for the arcades, shopping malls, and museums.
Roppongi District
Roppongi is the music and club center of Tokyo. This is also the place for big name international restaurant chains such as the Hard Rock Café, Spago's, and Tony Roma's. During the 1990s the district was rejuvenated by the construction of Roppongi Hills. In Roppongi Hills you can find an observation deck, cinema complex, art gallery, and many wonderful shops and restaurants.
Sensoji Temple in Asakusa
Sensoji Temple is the most popular temple in Tokyo. You can experience a traditional atmosphere and find traditional Japanese goods which make great souvenirs.
Shibuya District
Shibuya is the party town for Tokyo's youth. This is the place to see the latest fashion, food, music, and gadgets. The area is a mix of trendy boutiques, fashionable department stores.
Shiodome
Shiodome is a reclaimed land on which now modern tall buildings stand, symbolizing one of Tokyo's highly sophisticated places.
Sumida River Trip
As you enjoy your boat cruise on the Sumida River, you will notice the many different views of Tokyo. The boat will take you under a variety of bridges that span the river, and you will see many traditional houses and buildings along side more modern architecture.
Tokyo Metropolitan Government building 45th floor observation deck in Shinjuku
On a clear day the observatory gives terrific views, from Mount Fuji to Tokyo Bay.
Most of Tokyo's skyscraper office blocks are clustered just to the west of Shinjuku station. About 250,000 people work here each day.
Tokyo Tower
Constructed in 1958, Tokyo Tower is one of the most popular structures in Tokyo standing 1,093 feet (or 333 m.), a little taller than the Eiffel Tower. From the observation deck (472 feet or 150 m.), you'll have spectacular views of Tokyo and the surrounding area.
Ueno Park
The park is dotted with several museums and temples, plus Japan's oldest zoo. There is, for example, the five-story pagoda at Kaneiji temple, Toshogu Shrine (the family temple of the Tokugawas), the National Museum of Western Art, the National Science Museum, and the Tokyo National Museum. There is also a statue of Saigo Takamori, who was the leader of the glorious Meiji Era.
Yanaka Old Town District
This old town survived the 1923 Great Earthquake and bombing of World WarⅡ. It preserves something of an old town feel with tightly packed houses in narrow alleys. Yanaka Cemetery is a must-see place there.
Zojoji Temple
Zojoji Temple is the family temple of the Tokugawas who governed Tokyo, then called Edo, for more than 250 years.

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