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Tokyo is a metropolitan wonder that blends old and new – all within the same city block. Japan’s rich culture and history stands alongside towering skyscrapers and the latest innovations in technology. Through this unique blend of tradition and forward thinking, Tokyo has become a global destination unlike any other.

Known for efficient public transportation and some of the most hospitable and polite people, Japan welcomes you with open arms. The world-renowned crosswalk at Shibuya is a favorite for social media, though few visitors know that serene Shinto temples and some of the world’s most refined sushi restaurants are just a few minutes away. Tokyo’s culinary scene is legendary – you’ll join an elite group of foodies if you visit the Tsukiji Fish Market or Netflix-famous Sukiyabashi Jiro. Memory Lane, with its rowdy yakitori stalls, is another favorite, and no trip would be complete without ramen. Some of the best is underneath Tokyo Station.

Cherry blossom season is a breathtaking time to visit Tokyo’s temples and parks, but the city experiences every season, including winter snow and summer heat. Tokyo Disneyland and its sister park Tokyo DisneySea are great for families, but for a taste of true Japanese culture, visit the Ghibli Museum or take in dinner and a show with battling robots. Tokyo Tower, also known as Japan's Eiffel Tower, is one place to get a bird’s eye view of the city and Tokyo Skytree’s unmistakable silhouette is fast becoming a Japanese icon.

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Edo-Tokyo Museum

Edo-Tokyo Museum
1 Chome-4-1 Yokoami, Sumida Tokyo, 130-0015
81 3 3626 9974
Discover Tokyo’s rich history during a trip to the Edo-Tokyo museum, located in the Ryogoku district of the city. The museum features a variety of exciting interactive exhibits surrounding Tokyo’s

Karaoke Kan

Karaoke Kan
30-8 Udagawacho, Shibuya Tokyo, 150-0042
81 3 3462 0785
Notable for its screen time in movie Lost in Translation (check out rooms 601 and 602 for the exact location), Karaoke Kan remains a fun spot to sing karaoke during time in Tokyo. Groups of 10 are

Sumida Aquarium

Sumida Aquarium
1-1-2 Oshiage, Sumida Tokyo, 131-0045
81 3 5619 1821
Opened recently in 2012, Sumida Aquarium is housed within Tokyo Skytree Town. Wander through the Aquarium, which features more than 10,000 varieties of sea creatures. The pinnacle exhibit is the

Tokyo Tower

Tokyo Tower
4 Chome-2-8 Shibakoen, Minato Tokyo, 105-0011
81 3 3433 5111
Constructed in 1958, Tokyo Tower is Japan’s second-tallest structure and features an observation deck. Taking design inspiration from the Eiffel Tower, Tokyo Tower features spaces for its visitors to

Tokyo National Museum

Tokyo National Museum
13-9 Uenokoen, Taito Tokyo, 110-8712
81 3 3822 111
Tokyo's oldest and most expansive museum is the Tokyo National Museum. Art aficionados will enjoy the 110,000 works and artifacts housed within the museum’s halls. Here, treasured artifacts not only

Ginza District

Ginza District
Chuo Tokyo, 104-0061
Tokyo's beloved shopping district, Ginza, features department stores, high-end boutiques, and art galleries, along with dining and nightlife destinations. Shop haute couture fashion houses or enjoy a

Koishikawa Korakuen

Koishikawa Korakuen
1-6-6 Koraku, Bunkyo Tokyo, 112-0004
81 3 3811 3015
Situated right next to Tokyo Dome City, the garden is one of the city’s oldest, hailing from the Edo time period. Crafted in 1629, the garden’s name is translated to mean “enjoying afterwards,” and

Harajuku Neighborhood

Harajuku Neighborhood
Tokyo,
Avant-garde fashions are showcased in Tokyo’s Harajuku neighborhood, a place to see and be seen. Both high-end and affordable shopping are available here, with many intriguing outfits to view along

The University of Tokyo Botanical Garden

The University of Tokyo Botanical Garden
3 Chome−7−1, Hakusan Tokyo, 113-0001
81 3 3814 0138
Picturesque scenery can be found at The University of Tokyo Botanical Garden. Take a walk and gaze and the beautiful cherry blossom trees, or explore the variety of walking trails available to

Tokyo Disneyland

Tokyo Disneyland
1-1 Maihama, Urayasu, Chiba Prefecture Tokyo, 279-0031
81 45 330 5211
Tokyo's Disneyland outpost features fun for the whole family, with a variety of fun rides, dining options, and more. Enjoy Japanese flavors within the park’s restaurants, as well as design touches

Ueno Park

Ueno Park
Uenokoen, Taito Tokyo, 110-0007
81 3 3828 5644
Built in 1873 on the grounds of an ancient temple, Ueno Park is one of Japan’s premier public parks. Eye-catching cherry blossom trees surround the space, which features museums and welcomes over 10

Rikugien Garden

Rikugien Garden
Bunkyo Tokyo, 113-0021
81 3 3941 2222
Stroll through this sprawling garden, offering a pond and various walking trails. The traditional Japanese garden within the park features beautiful varieties of trees.

National Yoyogi Stadium

National Yoyogi Stadium
10-2 Kasumigaokamachi, Shinjuku Tokyo, 160-0013
81 3 3468 1171
Once an Olympic Stadium for the 1964 Summer Olympic games, today, the National Yoyogi Stadium welcomes guests for special events. Enjoy a basketball or football game here, whichever is in season.

Haneda Airport

Sukiyabashi Jiro Honten

Sukiyabashi Jiro Honten
4-2-15 Ginza, Chuo Tokyo, 104-0061
81 3 3535 3600
Awarded with three Michelin stars, this celebrated fine dining restaurant serves up traditional Japanese sushi in a small plate format.

Narita International Airport

AFURI

AFURI
1-1-7 Ebisu, Shibuya Tokyo, 150-0013
81 3 5795 0750
A traditional ambiance welcomes in visitors at AFURI, and each bowl of ramen is complemented with a variety of toppings, including egg, pork, seaweed, and local delicacies.

Kuya

Kuya
6-7-19 Ginza, Chuo Tokyo, 104-0061
81 3 3571 3304
Seasonal Japanese delicacies are offered at Kuya, along with the Kuya Monaka, a crunchy treat filled with azuki bean paste, a specialty in Tokyo.

Tokyo Dome City

Tokyo Dome City
1 Chome-3-61 Koraku, Bunkyo Tokyo, 112-0004
81 3 5800 9999
Tokyo Dome City offers travelers the chance to experience the Tokyo Dome baseball stadium, an amusement park, the LaQua spa, and shopping and dining outlets.

Maruka

Maruka
New Surugadai Building, 1st Floor. 3-16-1 Kanda Ogawamachi, Chiyoda Tokyo, 104-0052
81 3 3294 1320
For tasty dishes crafted with udon noodles, stop by Maruka for an unforgettable meal. This local favorite serves up both chilled and hot curry noodle dishes, with an endless list of toppings.

O-Edo Onsen Monogatari Hot Springs

O-Edo Onsen Monogatari Hot Springs
2 Chome−6, Koto, Aomi Tokyo, 135-0064
81 3 5500 1126
A recreation of an ancient Japanese village, O-Edo Onsen Monogatari features shopping, and much more. Take a dip within one of Japan’s coveted hot springs, or enjoy a foot bath or a bed of hot stones

Teyandei

Teyandei
2 Chome-20-1 Nishiazabu, Minato Tokyo, 106-0031
81 3-3407-8127
Travelers seeking local Japanese fare will cherish their time at Teyandei, which features regional specialties.

Uogashi Meicha Cha Ginza

Uogashi Meicha Cha Ginza
5 Chome-5-6 Ginza, Chuo Tokyo, 104-0061
81 3 3571 1211
Tea lovers will rejoice after a stop at Cha Ginza, with a contemporary design and comfortable ambiance. Sip matcha, specialty green tea, or sencha, premium green tea, and snack on delectable cakes.

JICOO The Floating Bar

JICOO The Floating Bar
2-7-104, Kaigan, Minato-ku Tokyo,
81 120 049 490
Listen to live music as you float through the Tokyo Bay on this futuristic neon ship, designed by a notable manga and anime artist. The trip offers panoramic views of Tokyo’s skyline, with vibrant

Sensoji Temple

Sensoji Temple
2 Chome-3-1 Asakusa, Taito Tokyo, 111-0032
81 3 3842 0181
Explore Tokyo’s most celebrated Buddhist temple, a majestic structure offering historical knowledge and tranquil moments. Stop by the incense cauldron at the front, as legend has it, the smoke offers

Meishu Center

Meishu Center
2−3−29 Hamamatsucho, Minato Tokyo, 105-0013
81 3 5405 4441
With more than 100 varieties of sake, Meishu Center offers a unique tasting experience for this specialty beverage, complemented by snacks ranging from moray eel to tasty cheeses. An English-speaking

Tokyo Skytree

Tokyo Skytree
1 Chome-1-2 Oshiage, Sumida Tokyo, 131-0045
81 3 3623 0634
Get an unparalleled view from the top of the Tokyo Skytree, named Japan’s tallest building back in 2010. With a sleek design, the tower boasts a restaurant as well as an observation deck, allowing you

Oiwake

Oiwake
3 Chome-28-11 Nishiasakusa, Taito Tokyo, 111-0035
81 3 3844 6283
A unique experience awaits at Oiwake, with traditional Japanese music known as Tsugaru shamisen. Take a seat upon a tatami mat, and take a listen to music perfected in Northern Japan while sipping

Imperial Palace

Imperial Palace
1-1 Chiyada, Chiyoda Tokyo, 100-8111
81 3 3213 1111
Once an ancient castle, Tokyo’s Imperial Palace is now host to the emperor of Japan as well as many dignitaries. Though the Palace is off limits to tourists, you can stroll the grounds of the lush

Popeye Beer Club

Popeye Beer Club
2-18-7 Ryogoku, Sumida Tokyo, 130-0026
81 3 3633 2120
Popeye Beer Club offers up an endless amount of choices for a local and regional Japanese beer, with over 70 draft varieties. The bar is host to many happy hour deals, serving up pizzas, salads, and

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Shibuya Stream Excel Hotel Tokyu

Akasaka Excel Hotel Tokyu

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The Prince Park Tower Tokyo

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Grand Nikko Tokyo Daiba

Landmarks

The University of Tokyo Botanical Garden
3 Chome−7−1, Hakusan Tokyo, 113-0001
81 3 3814 0138
Picturesque scenery can be found at The University of Tokyo Botanical Garden. Take a walk and gaze and the beautiful cherry blossom trees, or explore the variety of walking trails available to
Tokyo Disneyland
1-1 Maihama, Urayasu, Chiba Prefecture Tokyo, 279-0031
81 45 330 5211
Tokyo's Disneyland outpost features fun for the whole family, with a variety of fun rides, dining options, and more. Enjoy Japanese flavors within the park’s restaurants, as well as design touches
Ueno Park
Uenokoen, Taito Tokyo, 110-0007
81 3 3828 5644
Built in 1873 on the grounds of an ancient temple, Ueno Park is one of Japan’s premier public parks. Eye-catching cherry blossom trees surround the space, which features museums and welcomes over 10
Rikugien Garden
Bunkyo Tokyo, 113-0021
81 3 3941 2222
Stroll through this sprawling garden, offering a pond and various walking trails. The traditional Japanese garden within the park features beautiful varieties of trees.
National Yoyogi Stadium
10-2 Kasumigaokamachi, Shinjuku Tokyo, 160-0013
81 3 3468 1171
Once an Olympic Stadium for the 1964 Summer Olympic games, today, the National Yoyogi Stadium welcomes guests for special events. Enjoy a basketball or football game here, whichever is in season.
Tokyo Dome City
1 Chome-3-61 Koraku, Bunkyo Tokyo, 112-0004
81 3 5800 9999
Tokyo Dome City offers travelers the chance to experience the Tokyo Dome baseball stadium, an amusement park, the LaQua spa, and shopping and dining outlets.
O-Edo Onsen Monogatari Hot Springs
2 Chome−6, Koto, Aomi Tokyo, 135-0064
81 3 5500 1126
A recreation of an ancient Japanese village, O-Edo Onsen Monogatari features shopping, and much more. Take a dip within one of Japan’s coveted hot springs, or enjoy a foot bath or a bed of hot stones
JICOO The Floating Bar
2-7-104, Kaigan, Minato-ku Tokyo,
81 120 049 490
Listen to live music as you float through the Tokyo Bay on this futuristic neon ship, designed by a notable manga and anime artist. The trip offers panoramic views of Tokyo’s skyline, with vibrant
Sensoji Temple
2 Chome-3-1 Asakusa, Taito Tokyo, 111-0032
81 3 3842 0181
Explore Tokyo’s most celebrated Buddhist temple, a majestic structure offering historical knowledge and tranquil moments. Stop by the incense cauldron at the front, as legend has it, the smoke offers
Meishu Center
2−3−29 Hamamatsucho, Minato Tokyo, 105-0013
81 3 5405 4441
With more than 100 varieties of sake, Meishu Center offers a unique tasting experience for this specialty beverage, complemented by snacks ranging from moray eel to tasty cheeses. An English-speaking
Tokyo Skytree
1 Chome-1-2 Oshiage, Sumida Tokyo, 131-0045
81 3 3623 0634
Get an unparalleled view from the top of the Tokyo Skytree, named Japan’s tallest building back in 2010. With a sleek design, the tower boasts a restaurant as well as an observation deck, allowing you
Oiwake
3 Chome-28-11 Nishiasakusa, Taito Tokyo, 111-0035
81 3 3844 6283
A unique experience awaits at Oiwake, with traditional Japanese music known as Tsugaru shamisen. Take a seat upon a tatami mat, and take a listen to music perfected in Northern Japan while sipping
Imperial Palace
1-1 Chiyada, Chiyoda Tokyo, 100-8111
81 3 3213 1111
Once an ancient castle, Tokyo’s Imperial Palace is now host to the emperor of Japan as well as many dignitaries. Though the Palace is off limits to tourists, you can stroll the grounds of the lush
Popeye Beer Club
2-18-7 Ryogoku, Sumida Tokyo, 130-0026
81 3 3633 2120
Popeye Beer Club offers up an endless amount of choices for a local and regional Japanese beer, with over 70 draft varieties. The bar is host to many happy hour deals, serving up pizzas, salads, and
Edo-Tokyo Museum
1 Chome-4-1 Yokoami, Sumida Tokyo, 130-0015
81 3 3626 9974
Discover Tokyo’s rich history during a trip to the Edo-Tokyo museum, located in the Ryogoku district of the city. The museum features a variety of exciting interactive exhibits surrounding Tokyo’s
Karaoke Kan
30-8 Udagawacho, Shibuya Tokyo, 150-0042
81 3 3462 0785
Notable for its screen time in movie Lost in Translation (check out rooms 601 and 602 for the exact location), Karaoke Kan remains a fun spot to sing karaoke during time in Tokyo. Groups of 10 are
Sumida Aquarium
1-1-2 Oshiage, Sumida Tokyo, 131-0045
81 3 5619 1821
Opened recently in 2012, Sumida Aquarium is housed within Tokyo Skytree Town. Wander through the Aquarium, which features more than 10,000 varieties of sea creatures. The pinnacle exhibit is the
Tokyo Tower
4 Chome-2-8 Shibakoen, Minato Tokyo, 105-0011
81 3 3433 5111
Constructed in 1958, Tokyo Tower is Japan’s second-tallest structure and features an observation deck. Taking design inspiration from the Eiffel Tower, Tokyo Tower features spaces for its visitors to
Tokyo National Museum
13-9 Uenokoen, Taito Tokyo, 110-8712
81 3 3822 111
Tokyo's oldest and most expansive museum is the Tokyo National Museum. Art aficionados will enjoy the 110,000 works and artifacts housed within the museum’s halls. Here, treasured artifacts not only
Ginza District
Chuo Tokyo, 104-0061
Tokyo's beloved shopping district, Ginza, features department stores, high-end boutiques, and art galleries, along with dining and nightlife destinations. Shop haute couture fashion houses or enjoy a
Koishikawa Korakuen
1-6-6 Koraku, Bunkyo Tokyo, 112-0004
81 3 3811 3015
Situated right next to Tokyo Dome City, the garden is one of the city’s oldest, hailing from the Edo time period. Crafted in 1629, the garden’s name is translated to mean “enjoying afterwards,” and
Harajuku Neighborhood
Tokyo,
Avant-garde fashions are showcased in Tokyo’s Harajuku neighborhood, a place to see and be seen. Both high-end and affordable shopping are available here, with many intriguing outfits to view along

Travel Info

Restaurants

Sukiyabashi Jiro Honten
4-2-15 Ginza, Chuo Tokyo, 104-0061
81 3 3535 3600
Awarded with three Michelin stars, this celebrated fine dining restaurant serves up traditional Japanese sushi in a small plate format.
AFURI
1-1-7 Ebisu, Shibuya Tokyo, 150-0013
81 3 5795 0750
A traditional ambiance welcomes in visitors at AFURI, and each bowl of ramen is complemented with a variety of toppings, including egg, pork, seaweed, and local delicacies.
Kuya
6-7-19 Ginza, Chuo Tokyo, 104-0061
81 3 3571 3304
Seasonal Japanese delicacies are offered at Kuya, along with the Kuya Monaka, a crunchy treat filled with azuki bean paste, a specialty in Tokyo.
Maruka
New Surugadai Building, 1st Floor. 3-16-1 Kanda Ogawamachi, Chiyoda Tokyo, 104-0052
81 3 3294 1320
For tasty dishes crafted with udon noodles, stop by Maruka for an unforgettable meal. This local favorite serves up both chilled and hot curry noodle dishes, with an endless list of toppings.
Teyandei
2 Chome-20-1 Nishiazabu, Minato Tokyo, 106-0031
81 3-3407-8127
Travelers seeking local Japanese fare will cherish their time at Teyandei, which features regional specialties.
Uogashi Meicha Cha Ginza
5 Chome-5-6 Ginza, Chuo Tokyo, 104-0061
81 3 3571 1211
Tea lovers will rejoice after a stop at Cha Ginza, with a contemporary design and comfortable ambiance. Sip matcha, specialty green tea, or sencha, premium green tea, and snack on delectable cakes.

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Travel Tips

What's the easiest way to get around Tokyo?

Traversing Tokyo can be slightly confusing due to multiple train lines operated by Tokyo Metro and Toei, which each charge separate fares. When traveling to Tokyo’s top destinations, utilize the Ginza, Oedo, and Marunouchi lines, which move throughout the city center and beyond.

Are there day trips I can take around Tokyo?

The islands of Japan are beautiful and numerous, with various storied sights to explore. Travel to each via the ferry, a cost-saving way to get around, allowing you to meander peacefully from sight to sight, slow down, and unwind.

Which airports service Tokyo?

Air travel to Tokyo allows visitors to fly into a variety of the city's airports. More affordable fares can be found via Tokyo's Narita Airport, just 50 miles from the city center. For a closer distance to the city, fly into the Haneda Airport's international terminal, located just 12 miles south of Tokyo and accessible by monorail.

When is cherry blossom season?

To see the beautiful cherry blossoms in full bloom, travelers should aim to travel to Tokyo in early April. However, if the area has had a mild winter, they may bloom a few weeks early. Hotels, such as Hotel New Otani, offer festivals to take in the splendor.

Where can I get the best sushi in Tokyo?

Be sure to stop by Jiro Ono’s Sukiyabashi Jiro, garnering three Michelin stars and inspiring the documentary "Jiro Dreams of Sushi." For a more casual experience, stop by the Tsukiji Fish Market, the world’s largest seafood market.

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