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Shinagawa Aquarium

Shinagawa is smaller than some of the aquariums in Tokyo, but it's full of interesting exhibits and is a great way to spend a few hours. There are over 300 ...  Read more

Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden

You'll want to grab an (english language) map upon entering this large park that stretches across Shinjuku and Shibuya. There is a lot of ground to cover here. ...  Read more

Tama Zoological Park

If you find the site of animals in small cages depressing, Tama Zoological park, one hour outside of Tokyo, will perk you right up. Spread out over 129 acres, ...  Read more

The National Art Center

Like much of the Roppongi neighborhood, the National Art Center is sleek and innovative. The museum, designed by Kisho Kurokawa was designed to look like a ...  Read more

The Sunshine 60 Observatory

Sunshine 60 is a skyscraper in Ikebukuro with, you guessed it, sixty stories stretching 240 meters high. For a short while it was the tallest building in Japan ...  Read more

Tokyo Central Railway Station

There are many large rail stations in Tokyo, but none have quite the elegance and history of Tokyo Central Railway Station. The station sits near the Imperial ...  Read more

Tokyo Dome City

If you're burned out from sightseeing and just want to kickback and have some fun like the locals do, you'll find what you're looking for at Tokyo Dome City, a ...  Read more

Tokyo Metropolitan Government Office (TMG)

The Tokyo Metropolitan Government Office, more commonly known as Tokyo City Hall or Tochō, is one of the most distinctive and famous buildings in the Tokyo ...  Read more

Tokyo Metropolitan Jindai Botanical Park

In a city with many elegant parks and gardens, the Jindai Botanical Park is unique in its scope and focus. The site, located in suburban Chofu, was once part ...  Read more

Tokyo National Museum

The Tokyo National Museum, Japan’s oldest and largest museum, houses the largest collection of Japanese art and artifacts anywhere on earth. The collection ...  Read more

Tokyo Solamachi

Since its completion in 2011, the Tokyo Skytree, the world’s second tallest building, has become the most visible landmark in Tokyo. At its base, you’ll find ...  Read more

Yasukuni Shrine

Tokyo’s Yasukuni Shrine was designed and built in 1869 to commemorate the individuals who have sacrificed their lives for the good of the Empire of Japan, and ...  Read more

Yoyogi Park

Yoyogi Park, one of the largest parks in Tokyo, was the site of the 1964 Summer Olympic Games before it was turned into a public area three years later. Today, ...  Read more

Yurakucho Yakitori Alley

The best way to find Yurakucho Yakitori Alley is to follow the grill smoke. Tucked away under the train tracks of the JR Yamanote Line, this alley is a place ...  Read more

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