All Attractions

Attractions including all the main points of interest, tourist highlights and things to do in.

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    Nakamise-dori is the path or small closed street between Kaminarimon Gate and the Hondo (main hall) of Sensoji Temple which is lined with stalls selling souvenirs (omiyage) including robes, yukata, fans, Buddhist scrolls and food. There have been stalls operating in Nakamise Dori for hundreds of years.

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    Mitsukoshi Department Store Ginza

    The Mitsukoshi Department Store in Ginza is located right across from another great location known as Ginza Wako. The Isetan Mitsukoshi name is one of the oldest in Japan, founded in 1673 as a kimono store in Nihonbashi called Echigoya. Ginza Mitsukoshi is one of the best places for foreigners Read more [...]

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    Inokashira Park

    Inogashira Park across Musashino and Mitaka in western Tokyo is a public park given to the people by the emperor in 1913 as the Inokashira Imperial Gift Park. Inogashira Park features a large lake and beautiful cherry blossom, in late March and early April, and is considered one of Japan’s Read more [...]

  • Aoyama Cemetery

    Aoyama Cemetery, in Minato Tokyo, was Japan’s first public cemetery. Today Aoyama Cemetery is a popular location for viewing cherry blossom in early April.

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    Hamarikyu Gardens

    Hamarikyu Gardens is a landscaped garden around the central Shioiri Pond and is a designated Special Place of Scenic Beauty. Hamarikyu Gardens features cherry blossom in spring time and Autumn leaves in mid November. Other features include a peony garden, plum tree grove and seasonal cosmos flowers. Hamarikyu Gardens, which Read more [...]

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    Ryogoku Kokugikan

    Ryogoku Kokugikan is the largest sumo arena in Japan with a capacity for 13,000 spectators and where the three Grand Sumo Tournaments or basho are held in January, May and September. The current Ryogoku Kokugikan building was completed in 1985, however there have been two previous Kokugikan buildings in Tokyo. Read more [...]

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    Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden

    Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden is a large park and one of the most beautiful in Tokyo featuring Japanese, French and English styles. With 1,500 cherry trees, Shinjuku Gyoen is a very popular location for viewing cherry blossom. Shinjuku Gyoen covers an area of 58 hectares, has a more than 20,000 trees and Read more [...]

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    Osaka Aquarium

    Osaka Aquarium (Kaiyukan) is one of the largest aquariums in the world. Osaka Aquarium features the display of two whale sharks. Osaka Aquarium obtains its Japanese name from the Japanese word Kaiyukan literally means ‘Playing in the Sea Pavilion’. In this aquarium, visitors can enjoy creatures as if they are Read more [...]

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    Hiroshima Peace Memorial

    Hiroshima Peace Memorial (Genbaku Domu) is commonly referred to as the Hiroshima Atomic Bomb Dome. Hiroshima Peace Memorial is a memorial to those who died as a result of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima at the end of World War II. Hiroshima Peace Memorial is a UNESCO World Heritage Site Read more [...]

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    Tenryuji Temple

    Tenryuji Temple possesses many Important Cultural Properties and features an extensive garden which is particularly beautiful in cherry blossom season and is designated as a Special Place of Scenic Beauty. Tenryuji Temple is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and forms part of the Historic Monuments of Ancient Kyoto (Kyoto, Uji Read more [...]