Cities in Japan

What to do in Tokyo: Hotels, activities, and more...

Explore Tokyo: a dynamic blend of modern skyline, ancient temples, and unparalleled Japanese culture and technology.

1. Tokyo: Shibuya Crossing, Harajuku, Tokyo Tower Go-Kart Tour

Hop in and get ready for a unique way to explore the city with a go-kart tour. Drive through Tokyo with your guide and visit the famous Shibuya Crossing, Tokyo Tower, Roppongi, and Omotesando. An adrenaline-pumping experience you won't soon forget.

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Go Kart Tour in Tokyo

2. Tokyo: Full-Day Private Tour with Nationally Licensed Guide

Enjoy an efficient full-day tour of Tokyo guided by a nationally licensed and experienced multilingual guide. Explore both modern and traditional aspects of this dynamic Japanese capital.

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Private Tour in Tokyo

3. Tokyo & Daikoku Parking Area GT-R Tour

Hop into a guided Nissan GT-R for a tour of Tokyo's car enthusiast spots. Drive through iconic neighborhoods like Shibuya, Rainbow Bridge, Autobacs, Wangan Highway, Daikoku PA, and Tokyo Tower.

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GT-R Tour in Tokyo

4. Tokyo: Mt. Fuji Area, Oshino Hakkai, & Kawaguchi Lake Tour

Discover Mount Fuji on a guided day trip from Tokyo. Find the best angle to photograph Mt. Fuji, stop at Hikawa Clock Shop Street, taste fresh spring water, and visit a traditional village in Oshino Hakkai.

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Mt.Fuji Tour in Tokyo

5. Tokyo Street Food Tour - Togoshi Ginza

Embark on a delightful Street Food Tour in Togoshi Ginza, a hidden culinary gem of Tokyo. Togoshi Ginza holds a record—it's Tokyo's longest shopping street with over 400 shops!

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Street Food Tour in Tokyo 


Tokyo in 3 Days

Yes, you can visit Tokyo in 3 days, though, of course, you won't be able to see everything this vast and diverse city has to offer. However, with a well-planned itinerary, you can pack in many of Tokyo's key attractions and experiences in just three days. Here's a suggestion for a 3-day visit to Tokyo:

Day 1: Historical Tokyo

  1. Asakusa & Senso-ji Temple: Start your day in Asakusa, one of Tokyo's oldest neighborhoods. Visit Senso-ji Temple, the city's oldest Buddhist temple.
  2. Sumida River Cruise: Take a boat ride on the Sumida River to Hamarikyu Gardens.
  3. Hamarikyu Gardens: A traditional Japanese garden that was once a shogun's residence.
  4. Tsukiji Outer Market: Sample fresh sushi and other Japanese delicacies.
  5. Ginza: Wrap up the day with some shopping or dining in the upscale Ginza shopping district.

Day 2: Modern Tokyo

  1. Shibuya Crossing: Witness the world-famous crossing and feel the city's energy.
  2. Harajuku & Takeshita Street: Dive into youth culture and unique fashion trends.
  3. Meiji Shrine: A peaceful oasis in the middle of the city, dedicated to Emperor Meiji and Empress Shoken.
  4. Shinjuku: Explore the bustling nightlife, visit the Metropolitan Government Building for panoramic city views, and stroll through Golden Gai for an authentic bar experience.

Day 3: Culture & Nature

  1. Ueno Park & Ueno Zoo: A large park with museums, a zoo, and beautiful ponds.
  2. Akihabara: The electronics and anime mecca of Tokyo.
  3. Roppongi Hills: Visit the Mori Art Museum and enjoy views from the Tokyo City View observation deck.
  4. Odaiba: A futuristic entertainment hub on an artificial island. Here, you can visit the teamLab Borderless digital art museum and enjoy views of the Rainbow Bridge.


Note: This is just a suggestion, and there are countless other sights and experiences in Tokyo to explore. It's important to plan your trip in advance and consider travel times between locations, especially during rush hours.


Top 5 Hotels in Tokyo


1. Aman Tokyo

  • Description: Aman Tokyo is a beloved brand located atop the Otemachi Tower, just outside Chiyoda City, the location of the Imperial Palace and surrounding gardens. At Aman Tokyo, expect minimalist spaces, towering windows, top-notch service, and an overall atmosphere of organic luxury.
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2. Grand Hyatt Tokyo

  • Description: The Grand Hyatt Tokyo is part of Roppongi Hills, an extensive development of shops and restaurants. The hotel offers a sense of tranquility and satisfaction, far above the city's hustle and bustle. From the Shinto shrine in the Grand Hyatt to the Thann Sanctuary Spa in the ANA InterContinental, these hotels provide all comforts from the sky.
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3. Hilton Tokyo

  • Description: The Hilton Tokyo crowns the 38-story Shinjuku Kokusai building. Like other top hotels in Tokyo, the Hilton provides a sense of tranquility and satisfaction, far from the city's hustle and bustle.
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4. Conrad Tokyo

  • Description: The Conrad Tokyo spans ten floors of the Tokyo Shiodome building, overlooking the Minato district. It offers a luxurious experience with stunning views of the city.
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5. ANA InterContinental Tokyo

  • Description: The ANA InterContinental Tokyo offers a luxurious experience with premium amenities such as the Thann Sanctuary Spa. It's one of readers' favorite hotels for a stay in Tokyo.
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