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We have all the latest sightseeing tips for your trip to Tokyo. Grab your planner and prepare to start padding out your itinerary.
Take it from us, no one ever regrets checking out the Sensoji Temple and Tokyo Imperial Palace. These renowned attractions will take your trip to Tokyo to another level.
There's no need to worry about feeling bored in this alluring city. Tsukiji Fish Market and Yasukuni Shrine will be sure to keep you entertained. The Tokyo National Museum and Yoyogi Park are also some interesting sights that are bound to impress.
Even on a drizzly day, it's well worth meandering through Ueno Park. Pop up your umbrella and soak up the fresh earthy smell. There's a wonderful range of things to do in this destination. Think of yourself as an art enthusiast? Lay your eyes on some inspiring works and try to interpret the story behind them at Mori Art Museum. Still have time on your hands? Forget your history books! See the past jump to life at Edo-Tokyo Museum.
A getaway is a great time to slow down, relax and unwind. It's also the perfect time to throw yourself into new experiences!
Kick off your trip to Tokyo by checking out some of these activities:
For more activities, go to our Tokyo things to do page.
With no less than 680 Tokyo properties to select from, you'll be sure to find somewhere that takes your fancy in the nation's capital. If you're about cheap vacations or splashing cash, we've got you covered.
Valet parking, deep bathtubs and top-notch furnishings are just a few of the things you should find waiting for you at the Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills - a concept by Hyatt (1-23-4 Toranomon, Minato-ku) and The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo (Tokyo Midtown 9-7-1 Akasaka Minato-ku). Reserve a room now for a taste of the high life! If bargain traveling's more your style, you might prefer the Khaosan World Asakusa Ryokan (3-15-1 NishiAsakusa, Taito-ku), or the Sophiearth Hostel (1-7-26 Okubo).
Of course, another great option is to stay just a short stroll from Tokyo Imperial Palace. Do this by checking in at The Peninsula Tokyo, which is just 0.6 miles away. Equally popular is the Palace Hotel Tokyo, 0.4 miles away.
Nobody likes wasting time at the airport. But it's worth it when you think about the vacation that's waiting! Located 9 miles south of Tokyo, Haneda Airport (HND) is the nearest terminal.
Stayed for 5 nights , it was a very pleasant experience. The staffs were polite and have lots of self initiatives such as pressing lift buttons for you in advance. The room was one of the biggest I stayed in japan in my many visits, it was cleaning and the bed was good and big. The view from the ...
The property was in a great location with a shuttle to the train station. The staff was friendly and always willing to assist and help you. I would return again!
Extremely clean, which was really important as we stayed during the Covid-19 outbreak. Staff were super helpful when we needed to book an extra night due to our flight home being cancelled. Very nice stay!
Great location for exploring Tokyo. Dated property with tired looking rooms but adequate for our stay.
The hotel is conveniently located at the airport. It's clean and with good facilities. My stay was short - just overnight, but it was a much-needed break from a long day of travel.
Very small check in. Lobby. Like an express version. Stayed in Osaka Mido-suji. Much better. But room still good
Likes: Friendly and helpful staff, I am still learning japanese but they were able to work with me and communicate perfectly, hotel was very clean, quiet room. Dislike: Location there are many APAs hotel in the area, another is literally around the corner and google maps has a hard time picking which ...