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Things to Do in Tokyo

Tokyo, Japan's capital and one of the world's most popular tourist destination, is the front door to Japan's history and Japan today. It is also one of Japan's 47 prefectures, consisting of 23 central city wards and multiple cities, towns and villages. The cultural side of Tokyo is famous for its historic attractions including the Imperial Palace and Meiji Shinto Shrine, along with unlimited popular choices including museums, festivals, shopping centers, internationally noted cuisine, and professional sports clubs, including sumo wrestling, baseball, and football. It's also a city rich in music and theater, with a number of venues featuring everything from traditional Japanese to modern dramas, pop & rock music concerts. Our group tour packages include the most classical Tokyo trips visiting numerous must-see tourist attractions.

Most Frequently Asked Questions

  • What are the must-see attractions in Tokyo?
    If you are traveling to Tokyo, you don't want to miss the Imperial Palace, Nijubashi Bridge, Sensoji Temple, Nakamise-Dori Street, Tokyo Skytree, Ginza, and Mount Fuji.
  • If I only have half a day in Tokyo, what are the recommended attractions to see?
    If you only have a short stay in Tokyo, some of the must see attractions include Imperial Palace, Nijubashi Bridge, Sensoji Temple, and Nakamise-Dori Street.
  • What are the most famous spots in Tokyo?
    Mount Fuji, Imperial Palace, Nijubashi Bridge, Sensoji Temple, Nakamise-Dori Street, Tokyo Skytree, Ginza, Meiji Shrine, Tokyo Tower, Great Buddha of Kamakura.
  • How much are the admission tickets to the attractions?
    Some of the attractions in Tokyo have no admission fee, such as the Nijubashi Bridge, Sensoji Temple, Nakamise-Dori Street, and Ginza. If you want to know about the admission fee on other attractions, please contact us or refer to their respective official websites.
  • Which attraction is the best to see cherry blossom?
    Sensoji Temple and the Sumida River nearby are great locations to see cherry blossom.
  • What are other things to do near the Tokyo Imperial Palace?
    Wadakura Fountain Park, located in the Outer Garden, is built in 1961 to celebrate the marriage of Emperor Akihito. The park has a gorgeous fountain, which water soaring as high as 8.5 feet into the air. This park is illuminated everyday starting twilight.
  • Where is the best place to capture the panoramic view of Tokyo?
    We recommend the Tokyo Skytree or Tokyo Tower. Tokyo Skytree is higher than Tokyo Tower, thus offering a better view.
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