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Roppongi Hills
I saw the Tokyo Tower in a Japanese drama; the tall tower of red and white that kept silent watch over the city. Most of the romance scenes in the drama were set at the foot of the Tokyo Tower. It seems as though the Japanese have associated a particular feeling with the tower; one of intimacy and romance. Similar to the “Tokyo Love Story,” the first time I visited Tokyo was when I visited the tower in the middle of the night, and it was made complete when I climbed it. Many people recommend going to visit the Tokyo Tower when in the city. If you visit Roppongi’s Tokyo City View, you will have a great view of the tower. It is beautiful with its red lights intertwining and joining together with the projection lights. When you look at the Tokyo Tower, you will also be able to see the Tokyo Skytree looming in the distance. The observation deck has no indoor lighting, making the night scene mesmerizing and incredibly intimate.
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Ueno Park
Ueno Park is a must-go for anyone looking to witness the Tokyo cherry blossom viewing and it takes around 3 minutes from the Keisei Ueno Station to the park. A lot of people visit from Tokyo to see the cherry blossoms. The place is lively with people eating cherry blossom cakes and drinking tea amid the beautiful backdrop of the flowers. The Park contains a shrine of Toshogu where the three generals of the Tokugawa family are worshipped. The shrine hall and cherry blossom scene is beautiful and must be seen to be believed! It's a great place to click pictures and relax. If you want to experience the atmosphere of the Tokyo cherry blossoms, come here!
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Senso-ji
It’s been the third time I have visited Tokyo. The first place I always go to is Sensoji Temple. I never plan to go there, but while passing by, I always end up going inside and asking about my fortune. Asuka Temple is always the liveliest place in Tokyo. There is always a constant stream of tourists from all over the world. You will find a group of girls with various skin tones wearing kimonos and spot a few people on the side taking selfies. It is a very interesting scene to take in and the memory always has a special place in my heart.
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Tokyo Tower
Around seven years ago, I enjoyed a nice night in Tokyo, opposite the Tokyo Tower. I climbed the lighthouse and took pictures of the city. These last three are taken by the banks before my cruise - near Osaka and Yokohama. The ship had undocked and was going to the next unknown destination. The Tokyo Tower is a popular landmark in the city and is located in the Shiba Park in Tokyo, at a height of close to 332.6 metres high. It is generally used to transmit waves for TV and radio while also sending JR train stop signals whenever a major earthquake occurs. There are other instruments available as well, including a wind direction and speed measurement device, temperature measurement and a navigation mark.
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Akihabara
A sacred place for animation and video games, Akihabara is one of the most popular areas for serious gamers. The anime over here is beautiful and extremely detailed with the culture transcending to the way locals dress and behave as well. Every girl here is dressed fashionably and there are cosplayers at every corner of the streets. It is truly a paradise for anyone looking to enjoy this electronics hub in Tokyo. You can find some of the best video games along with second-hand trading places where you can bargain as well. There are some spots that sell rare games as well.
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Shiba Park
There is a beautiful green space in Tokyo called the Shiba Park, which offers a great view of the famed Tokyo Tower. You can click some great photos of the cherry blossoms from here and have a wonderful time with friends and family. A short 10-minute walk from Shiba Park will take you to the "Zengshang Temple," which is an ancient temple surrounded by blossoms as well. These lush blossoms don't see a lot of visitors and you can click some amazing pictures here as well. You can have a great time exploring the region and click some amazing photos with your buddies and loved ones.
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Senso-ji
Located at Taito in Tokyo, the Sensoji Temple is oldest temple in the city. Often, the gates of the temple are called "The Thunder Gate" due to its massive, imposing size. There aren't any tickets here and the streets outside are lined up with all kinds of special shops. We stayed near the temple and went back in the evening to feel the divine serenity in the dead of the night. I went once at 6 AM to the convenience store to purchase breakfast and it was indeed a great experience in the morning. I also went to visit the Akasuka Temple early in the morning but that time, I was too young to have my own mobile phone to capture a panormic view of the main hall.
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Meguro River
The Tokyo Meguro area is a beautiful place for a stroll in April. The cherry blossom trees are in full bloom. The spring breeze makes the blossoms fall on the street, creating a stunning carpet of flowers. People happily stroll around on the streets, admiring this amazing and dreamy view. You can stop to take pictures of this scenic view or buy a glass of sparkling strawberry wine to enjoy with your friends at a street-side shop. The numerous little cafes and shops on this street offer a place for you to sit comfortably and enjoy the spectacular view and make memories for life. Address: Tokyo Meguro, A cup of sparkling strawberry wine – 500 yen
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Tokyo Imperial Palace
The Tokyo Imperial Palace is located at Chiyoda-ku in Tokyo, close to the Tokyo station. Post the Meiji Restoration era which signaled the end of the Edo Shogunate, Meiji was crowned the emperor and moved the capital of Japan from Kyoto, with Edo renamed Tokyo. The former Edo Castle was converted into the Emperor's residence. The official name of the Imperial Residence from 1888 to 1948 was Miyagi. During the Second World War, the Imperial Palace was bombed by the US Military and rebuilt according to its original appearance in 1968. Most of the corridors and rooms in the palace are not open to the public, with only the eastern wing open for visitors. The Imperial Palace interiors are opened twice a year - on the Emperor's birthday and the New Year. (Jan 2nd).
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