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About Tokyo

Tokyo is a city of superlatives. The world’s largest metropolitan area bursts at the seams. Everywhere you look there is something new and exciting. Bright lights and glamour, fashion and art, Tokyo is relentlessly modern. Yet walk a few blocks and you’re awash in its history. Temples, shrines, and glorious parks abound. There is literally something for everyone in Japan’s capital. In springtime the cherry blossoms fill Ueno Park. Summer’s long nights are perfect for strolling the famous shops and restaurants in Shinjuku. Fall’s excitement is palpable as temperatures break and the city’s nightlife is in full swing. In winter, Tokyo’s hot springs are a true delight and nearby Mount Fuji is absolutely stunning. Whether you’re a Japanophile or just someone who appreciates the simple things in life, you can find what you’re looking for in Tokyo.

Popular Attractions in Tokyo

Tokyo Disneyland
4.8/5
6,480 Reviews
Theme Park
Tokyo Disneyland was the first Disney amusement theme park built outside the United States. Opened in 1983, it has since been incorporated into the larger and expanded Tokyo Disney Resort, which includes an additional theme park called Tokyo DisneySea, and several hotels. Typical for Disney parks, there are seven “themed” areas containing various rides and entertainment offerings. Recently the park has sought in incorporate distinctly Japanese characteristics into classic Disney stories. Given its popularity, Tokyo Disneyland is a fun and exciting destination for people of all ages.
Ginza
4.6/5
3,403 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
Ginza is a popular upscale shopping area of Tokyo, with numerous internationally renowned department stores, boutiques, restaurants, and coffeehouses located here. It is considered one of the most expensive, elegant, and luxurious places in the world. Each weekend, the area’s main road is closed to motorized traffic and converted to a pedestrian thoroughfare. Among Tokyo’s shopping districts, Ginza boasts the highest concentration of Western brands. The area’s reputation for trendsetting extends back to the Meiji Restoration when it was proclaimed a “model of modernization.” Visiting Ginza is practically a must.
Tokyo Tower
4.6/5
3,259 Reviews
Observation Deck
Tokyo Tower is a communications and observation tower located in the city's Minato ward. Frequently appearing in film and television, it is an icon on the Tokyo skyline. Two observation decks afford visitors the chance to snap breathtaking pictures, while the tower’s lower levels host a number of restaurants, shops, and museums. Completed in 1958, Tokyo Tower’s lattice design was closely inspired by the Eiffel Tower in Paris. When lit up after dark, Tokyo Tower makes for an impressive background in any photo.
Senso-ji
4.5/5
4,425 Reviews
Temple
Historical Site
One of Tokyo’s oldest and most significant Buddhist temples, Senso-ji is located in the city’s Asakusa District. Dedicated to the Bodhisattva of compassion, the first temple was founded as far back as 645 CE. Destroyed during World War II, Senso-ji was eventually rebuilt and stands now as a symbol of rebirth and peace. Many small shops line the main street approaching the temple. It is a popular area for tourists and among the more well-known parts of Tokyo. Each spring a grand festival is held in and around Senso-ji. Over the course of a few days upwards of 2 million people visit the temple complex..

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Beautiful Cherry Blossoms: Top Free Sakura Spots in Tokyo 2020
Tokyo
Explore Nature
The land of the rising sun is known for many attractions, fresh produce and seafood, jaw-dropping architecture and excellent hospitality. One principal attraction that has thousands of travellers visiting Japan in spring is none other than the Japanese Cherry Blossom, or Sakura.
Trip.com   6 Jan 2020
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Study: How US Travelers perceive Tokyo
Tokyo
Gourmet Food
Anime
Traditional Culture
This year more than 1.3 million people will travel from the USA to Japan (JNTO, 2018). Outside of Asia, that's more Americans than travelers from all of Europe combined!From reimagined sushi (California roll), western Anime (Avatar: The Last Airbender), and even a Tokyo-inspired Los Angeles dystopia (Blade Runner), viewing Japan through an American lens has produced some interesting results over t
TripBlog   18 Jul 2019
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Amazing Places to See Cherry Blossoms in Japan!
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Tokyo
Kyoto
Sapporo
Hakodate
Spring is a time of rebirth. A time to cast off winter’s embrace. In Japan, spring heralds the coming cherry blossoms. For what seems like a fleeting instance, cherry trees flower in exquisitely delicate shades of white and pink. The soft colors signal promising times ahead. Some spend their entire lives chasing the bloom, looking for that perfect flower. For travelers aspiring to catch a glimpse of the annual miracle, this short article offers some background and suggests a few places to visit.
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Tokyo Weather

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Today
3 Jul 2020
21 °
Showers
21-28
Tomorrow
4 Jul 2020
24°
Thunderstorms with Rain
24-26
Sunday
5 Jul 2020
24°
Showers
24-27
Monday
6 Jul 2020
24°
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24-27

Trip Moments

carina   
I saw the Tokyo Tower in a Japanese drama; the tall tower of red and white that kept silent watch over the city. Most of the romance scenes in the drama were set at the foot of the Tokyo Tower. It seems as though the Japanese have associated a particular feeling with the tower; one of intimacy and romance. Similar to the “Tokyo Love Story,” the first time I visited Tokyo was when I visited the tower in the middle of the night, and it was made complete when I climbed it. Many people recommend going to visit the Tokyo Tower when in the city. If you visit Roppongi’s Tokyo City View, you will have a great view of the tower. It is beautiful with its red lights intertwining and joining together with the projection lights. When you look at the Tokyo Tower, you will also be able to see the Tokyo Skytree looming in the distance. The observation deck has no indoor lighting, making the night scene mesmerizing and incredibly intimate.
Posted: 22 Dec 2018
jiajiatravel   
Ueno Park is a must-go for anyone looking to witness the Tokyo cherry blossom viewing and it takes around 3 minutes from the Keisei Ueno Station to the park. A lot of people visit from Tokyo to see the cherry blossoms. The place is lively with people eating cherry blossom cakes and drinking tea amid the beautiful backdrop of the flowers. The Park contains a shrine of Toshogu where the three generals of the Tokugawa family are worshipped. The shrine hall and cherry blossom scene is beautiful and must be seen to be believed! It's a great place to click pictures and relax. If you want to experience the atmosphere of the Tokyo cherry blossoms, come here!
Posted: 16 Apr 2019
misstuanzi   
It’s been the third time I have visited Tokyo. The first place I always go to is Sensoji Temple. I never plan to go there, but while passing by, I always end up going inside and asking about my fortune. Asuka Temple is always the liveliest place in Tokyo. There is always a constant stream of tourists from all over the world. You will find a group of girls with various skin tones wearing kimonos and spot a few people on the side taking selfies. It is a very interesting scene to take in and the memory always has a special place in my heart.
Posted: 11 Dec 2018
Echo   
Around seven years ago, I enjoyed a nice night in Tokyo, opposite the Tokyo Tower. I climbed the lighthouse and took pictures of the city. These last three are taken by the banks before my cruise - near Osaka and Yokohama. The ship had undocked and was going to the next unknown destination. The Tokyo Tower is a popular landmark in the city and is located in the Shiba Park in Tokyo, at a height of close to 332.6 metres high. It is generally used to transmit waves for TV and radio while also sending JR train stop signals whenever a major earthquake occurs. There are other instruments available as well, including a wind direction and speed measurement device, temperature measurement and a navigation mark.
Posted: 18 Dec 2018
Min Hua Emily   
A sacred place for animation and video games, Akihabara is one of the most popular areas for serious gamers. The anime over here is beautiful and extremely detailed with the culture transcending to the way locals dress and behave as well. Every girl here is dressed fashionably and there are cosplayers at every corner of the streets. It is truly a paradise for anyone looking to enjoy this electronics hub in Tokyo. You can find some of the best video games along with second-hand trading places where you can bargain as well. There are some spots that sell rare games as well.
Posted: 30 Dec 2018