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Things to Do & Attractions in Tokyo

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Engaku-ji Temple

Engaku-Ji Temple is a nearly perfect example of  Zen Buddhist architecture. Located in the city of Kamakura, to the south of Tokyo, it is one of the most ...  Read more

Fuji Five Lakes

The Fuji Five Lakes are a group of lakes situated at the northern base of the majestic Mount Fuji, around 100 kilometers west of Tokyo. These lakes are Lake ...  Read more

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

Hanayashiki

Hanayashiki in Tokyo is proud to lay claim to being the oldest amusement park in Japan. It opened in 1853 as a flower park, but is now packed with an array of ...  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

Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo Garden

In the centuries before the Edo Period, the land now occupied by Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo was known as Tsubakiyama, or Mountain of Camellias. In the beginning of ...  Read more

Inokashira Park

Located in the Kichijoji neighborhood of Tokho, Inokashira Park (more specifically the pond found within) was the first water source for Edo (now Tokyo) until ...  Read more

Japanese Sword Museum

This well-curated museum showcases the ancient art of sword making and is home to more than 150 artifacts. Swords, mountings, armor and metal work are ...  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

Kappabashi

Take a stroll down Kappabashi Street in downtown Tokyo and you’ll quickly understand why the area has been nicknamed Kitchen Town. In a city with more ...  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

Mt. Takao Cable Car

Mount Takao is a popular tourist attraction and hiking spot an hour by train from Tokyo. There are two ways to get to the top of the 599 meter tall mountain. ...  Read more

Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo

You'll know the Museum of Contemporary Art immediately by its distinctive, slightly foreboding gray geometric entrance way. The enormous building is a work of ...  Read more

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

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