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Tokyo Tower
4.6/5
3,456 Reviews
Observation Deck
D30***35a place must try to visit. you can enjoy the main deck and top deck observatory view and the one piece animations with live shows so you can watch your favourite one piece characters live.
Nara Park
4.7/5
1,942 Reviews
City Park
E35***77park is free entrance! and it is massive! I am into jr Nara which I had read was not near to the park however when you get off the train there are signs to the bus stop outside. the bus is a loop system with fixed price. there are 1300 deer in the park- photo opportunities everywhere. well worth a visit and easy by public transport.
Tokyo Disneyland
4.8/5
7,182 Reviews
E44***37Great experience. The haunted mansion was the best ride there with holograms that made me question reality. The park is easy to navigate and workers were very friendly. Day pass was about 7600 yen.
Sanrio Puroland
4.6/5
682 Reviews
D31***45A must visit place for sanrio fans coz you will see lots of cute sanrio characters. The place is great for kids and adults who wants to enjoy and have fun.
Senso-ji
4.5/5
4,619 Reviews
Historical Site
Temple
_We***23A beautiful temple in the centre of Asakusa. Easily accessible from the metro stop and worth visiting at day and night.
Ginza
4.6/5
3,488 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
_FB***97Ginza, Tokyo’s most popular shopping, dining and entertainment district, packed with branded shops and Michelin-starred restaurants. Main Street will be closed for pedestrian during weekends and shading chairs are provided for tourists to enjoy the afternoon sun and the busy walking crowds.Not recommend to spend much time here for shopping as you can find those branded stuff in other countries with a cheaper price tag, however I would strongly recommend you to go for their Michelin-starred restaurant, food is awesome, fresh, and price is affordable - for lunch menu (dinner is another price tag). Advance booking is always required.

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Mitsukoshi
MitsukoshiTokyo,Japan

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Lumine Tachikawa
Lumine TachikawaTokyo,Japan

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KitKat Chocolatory
KitKat ChocolatoryTokyo,Japan

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Seijo Corti
Seijo CortiTokyo,Japan

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Nitto Mall (ニットーモール)
Nitto Mall (ニットーモール)Kumagaya,Japan

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Yachimun no Sato
Yachimun no SatoNakagami District,Japan

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Even Tokyo where neon lights cast futuristic shadows and digital billboards advertise the latest gadgets, even there you will find Japan’s classic character. Restaurants with exquisite handwritten menus, kimono-wearing shoppers searching for festival gifts, historic facades tucked amongst steel and glass. All of this comes together to create modern Japan. See where ancient opera still graces the stage, where flower festivals and tea ceremonies are enthusiastically passed down through the generations, and where the new world blends seamlessly into the old.
Japan: A Traveler's Guide to Tokyo and Kyoto
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Japan: A Traveler's Guide to Tokyo and Kyoto

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About Japan

Japan, a country for all seasons, offers something for everyone. Spring cherry blossoms, summer fireworks, autumn foliage, winter skiing…you will find it all and more in Japan. The cherry blossoms sweep across the country from Okinawa to Hokkaido and the Japanese talk about chasing the bloom northwards. Fall’s colors emerge in reverse, running south as temperatures cool. In summer, spectacular fireworks displays illuminate skies throughout the country. Hokkaido is a winter wonderland with plenty of ice and snow festivals, romantic glassworks in Otaru, and steam trains coated in winter’s blanket. You can surly enjoy the fun of winter in Japan.

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