Discover the metropolitan area of Central Tokyo—temples, monuments, and top sights from Yasukuni Shrine to Nippon Budokan.
Flowers, Temples and Monuments
Appearing as if a Paris landmark has been teleported to Tokyo, this Eiffel-inspired structure offers great daytime or evening 360-degree views of the city.
This site was first a shogun residence, then the home for Japan’s emperor. Destroyed in World War II, it was reconstructed to its original splendor.
Home to important museums, shrines and one of the city’s most photographed ponds, this public park is a perfect one-stop destination for culture and tranquility.
A stroll through this peaceful, colorful garden is the highlight of a trip to Tokyo at any time of year. It is especially popular for the cherry blossoms of spring.
A shrine in central Tokyo honors those who died in nearly a century of wars while the adjacent museum documents Japan’s military history.
This multi-use complex in southern Tokyo has hundreds of shops, an art museum and a spectacular vantage point for bird’s-eye views of the city.
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