All Attractions in Tokyo

Tokyo Attractions

Over 400 Tokyo Attractions include Sensoji Temple, Tsukiji Fish Market, Hachiko Statue, Tokyo Tower, Tokyo Imperial Palace, Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden, Shibuya Crossing, Koishikawa Korakuen Garden and Ueno Park. Discover the popular Tokyo Districts like Harajuku, Ginza, Shibuya and Shinjuku. Our Tokyo guide includes the best gardens, temples, shrines, observation decks, museums, art galleries, theme parks and districts. Our guide  includes the Top Ten Tokyo Attractions as voted by our readers.

We have several example Tokyo Itinerary to help you plan your trip to Tokyo.

We have organised our guide to Tokyo Attractions into categories to make it easy to find what you are looking for.

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    Golden Gai

    Golden Gai is a small area within Kabukicho District of Shinjuku Ward. Golden Gai is several narrow lane ways filled with hundreds of bars and food outlets. Golden Gai translates to ’Golden District’ and is a hidden world of cultures which makes Tokyo so unique as a city. Golden Gai read more

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    Ikebukuro is a commercial and entertainment district to the north east of central Tokyo in Toshima (one of the 23 special wards of Tokyo). Ikebukuro is focused around Ikebukuro Station, which combines the JR East, Seibu Ikebukuro Line and the Tobu Tojo Lines. Ikebukuro Station is the second busiest station read more

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    Kabukicho is the entertainment district of Shinjuku Ward. Kabukicho is filled at night with bright colored neon signs which light up the narrow streets packed with bars, restaurants, cinemas and hostess bars.

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    Daiba is a district in Minato Ward of central Tokyo. Daiba forms part of what is commonly known as Odaiba, a modern development area on an artifical island in Tokyo Bay. Daiba includes section water front area on the north eastern part of Odaiba. Daiba features many attractions including Fuji read more

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    Ebisu is a district of Shibuya which is home to many bars, izakaya style restaurants, boutiques and patisseries. All these lifestyle attractions make Ebisu one of the most expensive parts of Tokyo to live in. The name Ebisu comes from the name of one of the Japanese Seven Gods of read more

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    Asakusa District, part of the Taito Ward is to the north east of central Tokyo. Asakusa is most famous for Sensoji Temple (sometimes referred to as Asakusa Temple), a long with the surrounding temples and shrines.

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    Yasukuni Shrine

    Yasukuni Shrine is Shinto Shrine which houses the souls of some 2.5 million people killed in Japan’s wars. Yasukuni Shrine is controversial because it houses the soles of convicted war criminals executed by the Allies. Yasukuni Shrine received international media coverage when Japanese Prime Minister Koizumi visited the shrine, causing read more

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    Tsukiji Fish Wholesale Market

    Tsukiji Fish Market is the largest wholesale fish and seafood market in the world and a very popular tourist destination. The Tsukiji Fish Market is part of the Tokyo Central Wholesale Market, which handles almost 3,000 tons per day of fish and other marine food sources. The Tsukiji Fish Market handles around read more