Tokyo National Museum is Japan’s oldest museum dating back to 1872.
If you don’t want to visit Disneyland, make your way to the oldest theme park in Japan is fittingly located in Asakusa.
Ameya Yokocho Market is a busy street that means Candy Store Alley.
Tokyo has no shortage of shopping streets and department stores, but the most famous department store is without a doubt, Isetan.
If you are looking for that famous the temple in Tokyo with that row of red Torii Gates in Tokyo, Hie Shrine is the spot.
The Asahi Beer Headquarters is located along the river which flows into Tokyo Bay and is a very intriguing building.
While visiting the Skytree, make sure to spend time browsing the stores at Solamachi. It’s a massive shopping center at the base of the tower.
For a unique cultural experience take part in a Japanese tea ceremony at a Japanese Tea House.
Shinjuku Gyoen national garden is Tokyo’s largest park is a great place to take a stroll through a traditional Japanese garden.
Want to catch sumo wrestlers in action? This is the place where the grand slam sumo tournaments take place.
It seems that every reporter has stood in front of its colorful lights giving us updates about our favorite athletes.
There are a few Tokyu Plazas around the city but this one is located on Omotesando Avenue.
For a unique experience in Toky, head to the Robot Restaurant, It is one of Tokyo’s most popular attractions.
One of the best views of Tokyo is from the Tokyo Metropolitan Government building It’s free to enter and offers a panoramic view of the city.
Just north of the Minato/Akasaka area is the Chiyoda Ward. This is where one of the top attractions in Japan is located.