Here's our list of traveler recommendations in Tokyo tagged as 'People Watching' . Click 'X' to remove this filter and browse all of our top local travel recommendations.
Results 1–12 of 12
Written by Emma, Australia, April 2012
It’s Sunday in Japan and Harajuku (in central Tokyo )
is the place to be. In a small area just outside Harajuku station and
Yoyogi Park a crowd of eccentrically dressed young Japanese is ...
Sumo is a Japanese style of wrestling that can trace its roots back to ancient Japan
and the Shinto religion. Although you are unlikely to see a sumo
wrestler outside of his training school – ...
Kabuki is a traditional form of theater that originated in the Edo
Period (1603–1867) – a relatively peaceful time in which popular culture
flourished. Unlike the older and more refined Japanese ...
Written by Emma, Australia, August 2012
Maid cafes are not a new concept but they are certainly a quirky one. Since the first Maid café opened in 2001 in Akihabara in Tokyo ,
the cafes have proved to be so popular that there are ...
Written by Emma, Australia, February 2013
Spring is coming in Tokyo, let’s throw some beans! Setsubun is a day to celebrate the end of winter and the coming of spring in Japan. Traditionally beans are scattered or thrown on this day as a ...
Shibuya Station is at the epicenter of one of Tokyo ’s most vibrant and exciting areas. Famous for its huge, neon-lit intersection in front of Shibuya Station’s Hachiko Exit, Shibuya is a popular ...
Written by Emma, Australia, October 2012
The Waseda Shochiku Cinema is one of Tokyo ’s
oldest movie theaters and is quite an institution in the popular
student area of Takadanobaba. Showing movies for over 50 years, Waseda
Shochiku is ...
Written by Emma, Australia, January 2013
Eclipsing the Eiffel Tower in height by just 13 meters and modelling itself on Paris’s older and more famous landmark, the candy-striped Tokyo Tower has been a feature of Tokyo’s skyline since 1958. ...
Every year in May Tokyo
hosts its own ‘Oktoberfest’ in Hibiya Park. Exactly why it’s held in
May we’re not quite sure but the date anomaly does not stop thousands of
Japanese and tourists ...
Written by Emma, Australia, October 2011
Some of the best experiences in Tokyo don’t cost a dime. Here are our Top 5 free experiences in the neon city. Editor’s Note: This recommendation was taken from our Tokyo Things To Do blog . ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, February 2012
With Lantern Festivals, Naked Festivals, and Snow Festivals, there is truly something for everyone in Japan this month. Here is a guide to finding good luck and happiness among Japan's most colorful ...
Yoyogi Park is a welcome green lung in the heart of Tokyo . One of the city’s largest parks, it abuts the busy Harajuku district in Shibuya and is a popular place for young people to hang out ...
Results 1–12 of 12
Want to share your own recommendation?
Find Recommendations by Type
- Cultural Experience
- Film & Cinema
- Good Place to Drink
- Good Place to Relax
- Good Place to Sleep
- Holiday Activity
- Hot Spring
- Monument - Historical
- National Park
- Plaza / Square
- Popular with Locals
- Shopping / Entertainment Center
- Street / Avenue
- Theme Park
- Tip - Family Travel
- Tip - Suggested Itineraries
- Tip - What to See & Do
- Good for Kids
- Good Place to Eat
- Good Place to Shop
- Good Views / Viewpoint
- Holy Place
- Must-Do Experience
- Nature & Wildlife
- Off-the-Beaten Path
- Park / Garden
- Photo ID required
- Picnic Spot
- Pop Culture
- Religious Experience
- Sporting Event
- Statue / Monument
- Sunrise / Sunset
- Tip - Dos & Don'ts
- Tip - General Travel
- Tip - Transport
- Tip - When to Go
- Town / City