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Approximately 8,300,000 people live in this part of Tokyo.
Even though there's much to see here, Tokyo Tower and Tokyo Sky Tree are standouts. Disneyland® Tokyo and the Sensoji Temple are every bit as iconic.
If you are planning a holiday for the whole family, outings to Joypolis and Hanayashiki Amusement Park are sure to be a winner. If you're up for even more fun and excitement, Namco Namja Town and Toshimaen Amusement Park are some other possibilities.
No matter how old you are, Tokyo Sea Life Park and Sunshine Aquarium will ignite some wonder. Even more underwater adventures and slippery critters are waiting for you at Shinagawa Aquarium and Sumida Aquarium.
Marvel at the animals, both big and small, that call the Ueno Zoo and the Machida Squirrel Garden home. You can also get an insight into the world of our furry and feathered friends at the Edogawa Natural Zoo and Higashiitabashi Park Children's Zoo.
Assemble your group and head over to the Suntory Brewery Musashino Factory for a round or two. Their tap range is more than enticing, so be sure to free up the whole afternoon!
Tokyo takes its plant conservation seriously, so there are a variety of places where you can go and see botanic specimens from both local and international environments. A stroll around the inspiring gardens at the Koishikawa Korakuen Garden and the Chinzan-so Garden is not to be missed. If you'd like to see more, the displays at the Yatsu Rose Garden and the Institute for Nature Study are also rather unique.
Like the idea of an alfresco lunch? Grab some sandwiches and crisps and set out to Mount Fuji or Yoyogi Park for a relaxing picnic. You can also kick back with your favourite read and watch life go by at Ueno Park and Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden.
Make the most of your time in Tokyo by getting some tips from the experts at Asakusa Culture Tourist Information Center. Okutama Visitor Center and marunouchi cafe SEEK can also provide you with an assortment of useful resources such as pamphlets and maps.
Find yourself mesmerised as the sparkling waters of Hossawa Falls fall into the bubbling pool below.
At Lake Okutama and Akigawa Gorge you can go for a walk around the water's edge or just appreciate the scenery from the bank. If you're feeling extra lively, enquire into any water-based activities programmed for the day. A trip to Meguro River or Sumida River is also a day well spent, if not for the waterbirds, then for some more fantastic vistas.
Tokyo is home to a variety of nature reserves, such as Mount Takao and Kasai Rinkai Park. For those who haven't quite had their fix, Hyogo Island Park and Oedo Onsen Monogatari Hot Springs are a couple more worth visiting.
The Tokyo National Museum and the Mori Art Museum boast a range of unique exhibits. Ask the friendly staff about guided tours or wander the serene hallways on your own. The Edo-Tokyo Museum and the Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum are also top institutions.
Embark on a journey along the seven seas at the Museum of Maritime Science, a valuable repository of the region's seafaring history.
The magnificent world of science never ceases to impress us. Broaden your knowledge on the latest and greatest in innovation and technology at the Tokyo National Science Museum and the National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation. For even more mind-boggling experiences, add the Meguro Parasitological Museum and the Polar Science Museum to your schedule of discovery.
Deepen your knowledge of the natural world when you stop into the Arakawa Furusato Culture Museum. With so much to learn and so many intriguing objects and specimens to look at, you might want to spend a whole day there!
With a good range of wonderful art collections to mull over, you might need a gentle push in the right direction. We recommend grabbing a coffee and heading straight to the Nezu Art Museum or the Tokyo Museum of Contemporary Art. If you're hungry for more, continue on to the National Museum of Western Art and the Setagaya Art Museum.
Learn all about the impact that Tokyo's past people and events had on the nation, and sometimes the world, at the Museum of Japanese Houses and the Mitsui Memorial Museum. You can also explore fascinating displays which help bring the past to life at the Shitamachi Museum and the Ancient Orient Museum.
Time spent delving into history is never a worthless exercise. Let National Diet Building and the Waseda University help you better understand Tokyo's past. If you're still hungry for more, the Keio University and Chidorigafuchi National Cemetery are also worthwhile attractions.
Nijubashi Bridge and Kachidoki Bridge are time-worn crossings that should be on the radar of travellers interested in civil engineering. Hijiribashi Bridge offers a way to admire Tokyo's waters from a different angle.
When it came to designing Tokyo Imperial Palace and Imperial Palace Garden, no detail was overlooked. An expert tour guide will make sure you don't miss a thing. If they sound like your cup of tea, Akasaka Palace will also impress.
Looking to add some spirituality to your trip? Visit Meiji Jingu Shrine and Yasukuni Shrine. You can get an even greater insight into the city's beliefs at the Asakusa Shrine and St. Mary's Cathedral.
You may feel as though you've ticked everything off your list after exploring Tokyo's most well-known tourist attractions, but don't head home just yet. There are still some surprises left. Why not pay a visit to Rainbow Bridge and Shibuya Crossing? You'll also find plenty to keep you amused at the National Art Center Tokyo and The Tokyo Metropolitan Government.
As it's a national capital, it shouldn't be too challenging securing your Tokyo hotel. There are about 680 properties listed on ebookers' hotel travel guide.
If you're after a basic room without all the extra bells and whistles, the Khaosan World Asakusa Ryokan, located at 3-15-1 NishiAsakusa, Taito-ku, is your best bet. Yet another place that offers superb service at an even better price is the Hotel MyStays Kameido, which you'll find at 6-32-1 Kameido, Koto-ku. However, if you're the type of person who likes to have a good time when you're away from reality, The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo or the Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi will know how to take care of you.
Tokyo is home to Tokyo Imperial Palace. If you want to stay near this top attraction, The Peninsula Tokyo is just 0.6 miles away. Another popular choice is the Palace Hotel Tokyo, just 0.4 miles away.
Located in Ota, this hotel is within 9 miles (15 km) of Kawasaki Daishi, Shinagawa Aquarium and Joypolis. Madame Tussauds Tokyo and Palette Town are also within ...
Located in Kabukicho, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Omoide Yokocho and Shinjuku Golden Gai. Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building and Shinjuku Gyoen ...
Located in Dogenzaka, this luxury hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Cerulean Tower, Nezu Art Museum, and Yoyogi Park. Meiji Jingu Shrine and Tokyo Tower are also ...
Located in Minato, this spa hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Nakagin Capsule Tower and Tsukiji Fish Market. Tokyo Tower and Tokyo Imperial Palace are also ...
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