Places to visit in Tokyo

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The Best Places to Visit in Tokyo – An Overview per Area!

Being the largest city in the world by population, the best places to go in Tokyo can be difficult to decide. Here you can find an overview of places per area that you shouldn't miss out on!
Places to visit in Tokyo

Complete Guide to Tokyo Tower!

The famous red and white colored Tokyo Tower is one of Tokyo's most iconic structures, serving as an active broadcastin...
Places to visit in Tokyo

Rainbow Bridge in Odaiba: All You Need To Know!

The rainbow bridge is a huge and beautiful suspension bridge in the northern part of Tokyo Bay, connecting Odaiba to central Tokyo. Odaiba is ultra modern, man made island that is incredibly popular with tourists. Since its opening in 1993, the brightly lid Rainbow Bridge has been one of the iconic symbols of Tokyo that is beautifully illuminated at night. It is prominently featured in photos and videos and used in many TV dramas and movies.
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Tokyo Skytree: All You Need To Know!

One of Tokyo's most iconic modern landmarks is the Tokyo Skytree, the symbolic tower and one of the most popular tourist attractions, located in Sumida ward near the traditional area of Asakusa. Upon completion in 2012, Tokyo Skytree with a height of 634m, was the tallest tallest structure in Japan and also officially recognized as the second tallest structure in the world. Here is the ultimate guide to Tokyo Skytree which helps you learn how to make the most of your time on the iconic tower!
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10 Best Aquariums around Tokyo!

Although Japan has a number of aquariums located in countryside or remote islands, you can still find enjoyable ones that is accessible from Tokyo. Here is a list of top 10 aquariums around Toyo!
Places to visit in Tokyo

The Best Art Museums in Tokyo

Tokyo boasts a number of famous art museums and galleries that allow you to understand the country from cultural and artistic perspectives. Each of them showcases a large collection of masterpieces from the ancient times to the modern ones such as contemporary art, creating a vibrant diversity in its art culture which has been changing throughout the long history.
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Fun Things To Do Along Tokyo’s Chuo Line

The Chuo Line is part of a train line operating all the way from Tokyo to Nagoya. In this article, we will focus on the 60 km between between Takao Station (west) and Ryogoku (east), one of the best-connected lines in the city, with 24 stations that each function as a gateway to a number of tourist attractions around the city. We will take you to the highlights that you can find along Chuo Line, crossing Tokyo from west to east!
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Let’s Explore Tokyo with Keio Line

Do you want to know more local areas in Tokyo? Take Keio Line and explore the quiet and calm area! There are not so many popular spots along Keio Line, but there are hidden attractions you should know. Here are 10 things to do along Keio Line!
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Experience Traditional Tokyo: One Day in Yanesen Area

Looking for somewhere you can experience the more traditional Edo culture and traditions, see old buildings and shops handcraft in Tokyo? Then you should visit the Yanasen area! Yanesen refers to a district located near Ueno, in the west part of Bunkyo ward and the east part of Taito ward. It comprises of three areas called Yanaka, Nezu, and Sendagi that are located next to each other. In this article, we will give you the best spots to visit for a day trip to the Yanesen area!
Places to visit in Tokyo

What is Edo? An Overview of The History of Japan

You might have heard of "Edo" when you were reading about Japan to prepare your trip, or when you were reading about the country and its history. Often Edo is mentioned when talking about the history of Tokyo. However, it is difficult, even for Japanese, to elaborate on the word in detail. Edo refers to a certain period of time the country's long history, plus it is also the former name of Tokyo, the capital of Japan. In this article, we will help you learn about the Edo period and find out enjoyable tourist spots offering “Edo experiences”!
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Brief History of Tokyo; Nihonbashi and Things To Do in Nihonbashi

Nihonbashi is a buzzing commercial district named after the iconic bridge which is seen as the kilometer zero marker for Japan's national highway network since the early Edo Period. In this blog we will explain more about the history of this lively area and best places to go.
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