Visit Tokyo’s oldest temple, the Senso-ji Temple. Also known as Asakusa Kannon, the temple was founded way back in the 7th century and is believed that the smoke from the huge incense urn in front of the temple has healing powers.
Pay your respects at the Meiji Shrine, which is dedicated to the deified spirits of Emperor Meiji and Empress Shoken. This huge Shinto shrine was built in 1920 and is set in a large green oasis in the heart of Tokyo.
If you love fish or can bear the pungent smell of a raw fish, then you can take a round of Tsukiji Fish Market— one of the largest fish markets in the world
Check the latest and some of the mind-blowing innovations of Sony by visiting the massive showroom of the Japanese electronics giants at their imposing 11-storey Sony Building.
A few of Tokyo’s top photo galleries are operated by the major names in photography such as Fuji, Canon, Nikon and Kodak and have their own photo exhibition showrooms in Ginza. Other big brands like Konica, Minolta and Pentax have showrooms in Shinjuku.
Check out some of Tokyo’s picturesque gardens and parks, where you can find bonsai trees, stone lanterns, Zen rock gardens and colourful carp. Many of these gardens are free to enter and you can soothe your eyes out of the concrete jungle of the city.
Visit a nearby stable of the world famous Sumo wrestlers and see how they live and train.
Enjoy the spectacular night view from the free observatory at the top of the tall Metropolitan Government buildin
Take a stroll along Omotesando, known as the Champs-Elysées of Tokyo and also one of the most famous streets in Japan.
Visit Tokyo’s oldest temple, the Senso-ji Temple. Also known as Asakusa Kannon, the temple was founded way back in the 7th century and is believed that the smoke from the huge incense ur...