|Meiji Shinto Shrine
The biggest Shinto Shrine in Tokyo enshrines Emperor Meiji. Located in very quiet area. Possibly see Japanese wediing ceremony on weekeds.
Teenager's shopping area. Especially Takeshita street is famous. Center of youth fasion of Japan.
High-end shopping area with many nice cafes and architectures
| Shibuya Crossing
World famos crossing. About 3000 people walk cross here in a peak time.
| Tokyo Metropolitan Goverment Building
A high-rise twin building with observation decks in the center of business area.
| National Olympic Stadium
New national stadium built for 2020. This is where opening and closeing ceremony will take place.
| Tsukiji Fish Market
Wholesale market has move to new location but Tsukiji still is the best place to taste good sushi in reasonable prices.
| Imperial Palace East Garden
Imperial Palace is still the residence of Emperor and most places are prohibiteded to enter. But this beautiful garden is open to public.
| Tokyo Tower
One of the best observatories in Tokyo. It's been a landmark for Tokyo since 1958. Beautifully illuminated at night.
High-end shopping area with famous brand shops and department stores.
Ocean front shopping area with malls, a beach and a TV station.
| Team Lab Borderless
A new popular desital art museum by Team Lab. Need about 1 to 2 hours.
| Team Lab Planets
Another degital art museum by Team Lab. It's nice to walk in the museum barefoot.
Need about 30 to 45 minutes.
Originally was famous as electrical town. Now is the center of J-pop culture.
Almost the last place that preserves traditional atmosphere of Tokyo.
|Tokyo Sky Tree
The landmark of Tokyo that newly opened on May 22nd,2012
| Ueno Park
Many museums and a zoo is located in this park. Especially popular in cherry blossome season.
| Edo Tokyo Museum
Specialized in the history of Tokyo from the 16th to 20th centuries which is called "Edo". Also shows transition from Edo to modern Tokyo.
| Sumo Museum
It's located inisde National Sumo Arena. They replace ths exhitbition every two months.
| Sumida River Cruise
Start from Asakusa and go down to Odaiba.
You can visit 2 to 3 spots in 4 hours, 4 to 5 spots in 7 hours. If you choose spots in neighbour areas, you can visit more.