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We have all the latest sightseeing tips for your trip to Tokyo. Grab your planner and prepare to start padding out your itinerary.
Take it from us, no one ever regrets checking out the Sensoji Temple and Tokyo Imperial Palace. These renowned attractions will take your trip to Tokyo to another level.
There's no need to worry about feeling bored in this alluring city. Tsukiji Fish Market and Yasukuni Shrine will be sure to keep you entertained. The Tokyo National Museum and Yoyogi Park are also some interesting sights that are bound to impress.
Even on a drizzly day, it's well worth meandering through Ueno Park. Pop up your umbrella and soak up the fresh earthy smell. There's a wonderful range of things to do in this destination. Think of yourself as an art enthusiast? Lay your eyes on some inspiring works and try to interpret the story behind them at Mori Art Museum. Still have time on your hands? Forget your history books! See the past jump to life at Edo-Tokyo Museum.
Traveling isn't just about checking off new destinations. It's about the people we encounter and the experiences we have along the way!
This place has loads of activities. Here are some suggestions to jump start your trip to Tokyo:
For more things to do, head to our Tokyo things to do page.
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Tokyo's higher-end options such as the Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills - a concept by Hyatt (1-23-4 Toranomon, Minato-ku) and The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo (Tokyo Midtown 9-7-1 Akasaka Minato-ku) are bound to please the most discerning traveler. Alternatively, the Khaosan World Asakusa Ryokan (3-15-1 NishiAsakusa, Taito-ku) and the Sophiearth Hostel (1-7-26 Okubo) are a couple of accommodations worth looking into if you're traveling on a budget.
Nearest Airports to Tokyo
Make your way through the security gate, board the aircraft, check your boarding pass for your allocated seat and get comfortable! Your exciting trip to Tokyo is only a plane ride away. After the wheels touch the ground at Haneda Airport (HND), you'll be situated 9 miles (14 km) from all the action of the main streets.
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New, Clean, Close to metro (Nishi-Shinjuku gochomae)
Excellent location convenient to narita shuttle connection with WE bus. Great service and breakfast options. Staff is polite and rooms are spic and span clean. The only thing is American tourists must be prepared to live in a room that’s as big as a king size bed. There is no cupboards or any place ...
Its overall service is fantastic. Its location even more... but I would like more vegan options at the restaurant.
Very spacious and comfortable room. Loves the Hotel, Staff and so very close to the train station.
Very modern and international friendly. Room is a bit small but it's under expectations since it's in mid Town Tokyo.
I like good customer services but if there is any requirements of identity to show should be informed in booking confirmation email.
The location is convenient, one block from subway, and 10 mins walk from JR Shinjuku. The room size is slightly bigger than typical Japanese "business" hotel. Shinjuku Gyoen park is right behind and is worth a morning walk.
What's not to like?!? It's fantastic! You're close to the action in Shinjuku but still in a quiet relaxing area. The hotel itself was the best that we stayed in for our whole trip to Japan, with a compact format similar to most places but with slightly more space in each room. The reception area ...