• Start your day at the Tsukiji Fish Market – one of the world’s largest fish markets – and get a taste of the freshest seafood around.
• Wander around Asakusa, one of Tokyo’s oldest districts, and explore Senso-ji Temple.
• Take a break from sightseeing and enjoy some tasty Japanese street food at Nakamise-dori.
• Spend some time exploring Ueno Park, home to several museums, temples, and a zoo.
• End your day with a visit to Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden for some peace and quiet.
• Begin your day with a visit to Meiji Shrine – one of Tokyo’s most iconic landmarks.
• Head to Akihabara for some shopping – from electronics to anime merchandise – and grab lunch at one of the many restaurants in the area.
• Explore Shibuya Crossing – one of the busiest intersections in the world – before heading to Harajuku to check out the latest fashion trends.
• Finish your day with a visit to Tokyo Tower for a stunning view of the city skyline.
• Tsukiji Fish Market: Sushi Daiwa for some fresh sushi and sashimi.
• Nakamise-dori: Kibi Dango for traditional mochi dumplings.
• Ueno Park: Omoide Yokocho for some hearty yakitori skewers.
• Akihabara: Kanda Yabu Soba for traditional buckwheat noodles.
• Shibuya: Genki Sushi for some delicious conveyor belt sushi.
• Harajuku: Totti Candy Factory for some unique desserts.
WHERE TO STAY:
The best place to stay in Tokyo is near Shinjuku Station as it offers easy access to all major attractions in Tokyo, as well as plenty of restaurants and shops nearby. We recommend staying at The Capitol Hotel Tokyu, which is conveniently located near Shinjuku Station and offers luxurious accommodations with beautiful views of the city skyline.