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Hakone Open-Air Museum

The Open-Air Museum in the suburb of Hakone is an easy train ride from Tokyo and a great place to spend a sunny day. This sculpture park contains hundreds of ...  Read more

Hakone Ropeway

An hour train ride west of Tokyo sits the mountainous area known as Hakone, an area known for its views of some of Japan’s most famous natural sites. Domestic ...  Read more

Hama Rikyu Gardens

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 1 Review

Considered to be Tokyo’s best green space, the Hama Rikyu Gardens offer a Central Park-like experience with Tokyo’s skyscrapers towering in the background. The ...  Read more

Hanazono Jinja Shrine

Tokyo’s Hanazono Jinja Shrine is famous for its open-air antique market that is held on Sundays throughout the year. Antique markets have been held on shrine ...  Read more

Haneda Airport (HND)

Home to Japan Airlines and All Nippon Airways, Haneda is one of two major airports serving the Tokyo area. Several low-cost carriers also call this transport ...  Read more

Happo-en Garden

4.5 star rating: Recommended 36 Reviews

Happo-en means "beautiful from every angle." When visiting the Happo-en Garden in Tokyo, you’ll see that the name doesn’t even begin to describe this ...  Read more

Harajuku

4 star rating: Recommended 10 Reviews

Harajuku is a section of Tokyo known for its wild fashions. This is where you can spot local teens on the weekends, dressed-up in colorful and outlandish ...  Read more

Imperial Palace

4 star rating: Recommended 61 Reviews

The Tokyo Imperial Palace is home to the head of state, and is where the Imperial Family lives. It is also the former site of the Edo Castle. Filled with ...  Read more

Jingu Baseball Stadium

It's not the biggest or most modern baseball stadium in Tokyo, but Meiji Jingu Stadium in Shinjuku is worth visiting for it's unique atmosphere and history. ...  Read more

Kabukicho

4.5 star rating: Recommended 197 Reviews

Kabukicho, one of Tokyo’s busiest nightlife and red light districts, offers the foreign visitor nothing short of a bizarre cultural experience. An estimated ...  Read more

Kagurazaka

Trendy shopping district Kagurazaka combines tradition with modern flair. The cobbled streets and original Edo and Meiji-era structures elicit nostalgic for ...  Read more

Kasai Rinkai Park

Kasai Rinkai Park, Tokyo’s largest park, opened in 1989 on Tokyo Bay, a beautiful area that overlooks the water and the city beyond. Built on reclaimed land, ...  Read more

Kokugikan Sumo Stadium & Museum

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 150 Reviews

The Kokugikan Sumo Stadium, also known as the Ryōgoku Kokugikan, is Tokyo’s largest indoor sports arena hosting sumo wrestling tournaments. Sumo is Japan’s ...  Read more

Komagatake Ropeway

4.5 star rating: Recommended 39 Reviews

See the so-called Nagano Alps from Japan's highest aerial tramway, the Komogatake Ropeway. The Ropeway opened in 1963 and is a popular way to take in one of ...  Read more

Kotokuin (Great Buddha of Kamakura)

4.5 star rating: Recommended 73 Reviews

The 47-foot (14-meter) tall bronze Buddha statue of Kotokuin (Great Buddha of Kamakura) is only the second tallest statue of Buddha in Japan though likely the ...  Read more

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