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.

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    Tokyo Tower

    Tokyo Tower is a Japanese icon and famous site in Tokyo. Tokyo Tower features public observation deck and cafe. The Tokyo Tower design is based on the Eiffel Tower, but is 333 meters tall (9 meters taller than the Eiffel Tower) making it the world’s highest self-supporting iron tower. The Read more [...]

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    Shibuya Crossing

    Shibuya Crossing is an extremely busy and famous pedestrian scramble crossing in the fashionable Shibuya district. Shibuya Crossing is an iconic scene and frequently used to depict how busy Tokyo is. Shibuya Crossing, also referred to as Shibuya Scramble Crossing, is outside the popular Hachiko Exit of Shibuya Station. This exit was Read more [...]

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    Takeshita Dori

    Takeshita-dori is a narrow pedestrian only street packed with young fashionable people and lined with fashion boutiques and cafes. Takeshita-dori is where many of the stores are located that sell the clothing that is known as Harajuku Fashion. This busy street is located opposite Harajuku Station in the famous district Read more [...]

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    Sensoji Temple

    Sensoji Temple, also known as Asakusa Temple, is Tokyo‘s oldest and most popular temple. Sensoji Temple features a pair grand gates with large red paper lanterns, a pagoda and a large main hall. Sensoji Temple (金龍山浅草寺, Kinryū-zan Sensōji) is an ancient Buddhist temple located in Asakusa district, hence why it is Read more [...]

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    Hachiko Statue

    The Hachiko Statue in Shibuya Tokyo celebrates the life of Japan’s most famous dog, Hachiko, and his legendary loyalty to his owner. This Hachiko Statue is located next to the famous Shibuya Crossing and the very busy Shibuya Station. Indeed the Shibuya Station exit closest to the statue has been named after Read more [...]

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    Edo Tokyo Museum

    Edo Tokyo Museum is a museum of the history of Tokyo. The main features of the permanent exhibitions are the life-size replica of the Nihonbashi, which was the bridge leading into Edo (Tokyo). Edo Tokyo Museum, which opened in 1993, building covers 30,000 square meters and is modeled on the Read more [...]

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    Yoyogi Park

    Yoyogi Park is one of the largest parks in Tokyo and given its central location this is amazing. The green space of Yogogi Park joins together with the forest that surrounds Meiji Shrine to create a very large green space in a city where space is a real premium. The Read more [...]

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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 [...]