Top 9 tourist destinations in Tokyo Japan can not be ignored

Asia Travel May 16, 2019

Tokyo city is the capital of Japan as well as an ideal destination and extremely impressed by the harmonious combination of tradition and modernity. The different characteristics have helped the capital of cherry blossoms become one of the top destinations chosen by the majority of international visitors. Here are the top 12 famous Tokyo Japanese tourist destinations that cannot be ignored when coming to the capital of cherry blossoms!

 

1. Tokyo Skytree TV Tower

 

Tokyo Skytree was inaugurated in 2012, is the landmark television tower of Tokyo Japan tourism. With a height of 634m, is considered the tallest building in Japan as well as the highest television tower in the world. The tower includes a large shopping complex and a basement designed aquarium as well as Tokyo’s most popular tourist attraction.

 

2. Shibuya



Shibuya is one of the most famous places in Tokyo Japan with Japan’s colorful and entertaining fashion trends. When it comes to Shibuya, you may be more or less reminded of the touching story of a faithful dog named Hachiko, who sat at the door of Shibuya station and waited for her owner to be more than 9 years old.

 

 

3. Tokyo DisneySea Park 

 

Tokyo DisneySea Park is inspired by the myths and legends of the sea, it is divided into 7 featured areas with different themes. There are many exciting games as well as special shows suitable for all ages, big or small. A special feature of this park is that, depending on the season, there are different programs, which leads to an endless number of Tokyo tourists.

 

4. Harajuku fashion street

Harajuku located around Harajuku station area between Shinjuku and Shibuya of Tokyo, is a Japanese teen culture center with bizarre fashion style. This place is very exciting because it is the main focus of young people with strong personalities, bringing in their passionate passion for different fashion.

 

5. The oldest Senso-ji Temple in Tokyo

 

Senso-ji Temple, also known as Asakusa Kannon, was built in 645 and is considered the oldest temple in Tokyo, Japan. Especially in front of the gate there is a big red lantern, 4m high, girth 3.4m to 670kg. The two sides of the gate are the statue of Raijin (Thunder god) and Fujin (Wind god). For many centuries, Senso-ji Temple still retains a lot of ancient relics, which is one of the reasons that attracted many Japanese people and tourists to visit.

 

 

6. Tokyo Disneyland Park

 

Tokyo Disneyland is built on the famous theme of movies produced by Walt Disney. Opened in 1983 and the first Disney park outside of the United States with a combination of Disneyland in California and Florida’s Magic Kingdom.

 

 

7. Shinjuku Gyoen National Park


Shinjuku Gyoen was officially opened in 1949, covering 58.3 hectares with more than 1,000 cherry blossoms and over 10,000 trees, being one of the largest and most popular parks in Tokyo. Shinjuku Gyoen is divided into 3 different gardens including: Japanese traditional garden, French garden and English garden.
8. Tokyo Dome City
Tokyo Dome City is an entertainment complex in central Tokyo including baseball stadiums, theme parks, spas, restaurants and hotels. At Tokyo Dome City, there are more than 20 different games from gently for children to thrilling games and free entrance tickets for Tokyo Japanese tourists.

9. Akihabara Electronic Town

 

Akihabara is Tokyo’s most famous electronic neighborhood with hundreds of large, small electronics shops close together on Chuo-dori street. There are many electronic items here, from the latest computers, cameras, televisions, mobile phones and electronic devices, to the old ones that are sold at cheap prices.

 

However, you should note that some types of electronic devices can only be used in Japan, and there are also some shops selling electronic devices with international versions for tourists.

 

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