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Ryogoku Kokugikan Sumida
#1 of 3,109 Sights & Landmarks in Tokyo
Easy access from the local subway or train stations Great views from any seat A MUST
If you really want to enjoy the experience, recommend getting one of the small English language books the vendors sell on site or read up online before you go about the history and traditions of the sport.
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Tokyo City View Observation Deck (Roppongihills) Roppongi
#2 of 3,109 Sights & Landmarks in Tokyo
I can highly recommend visiting here for an unique peaceful open-air sunset; you can go to the highest view-point (Sky Tree) but there will be crowds and queues.
Located on the 52nd floor of a incredibly beautiful building, a ticket purchase allows one to explore an important museum followed up by a panoramic view of Tokyo - where the sea of huge buildings and city lights...
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Asakusa Taito
#3 of 3,109 Sights & Landmarks in Tokyo
The sight of historical temples beautifully preserved sitting against the backdrop of Tokyo's skyscrapers (and one of the best views of Tokyo Skytree) defines the meaning of a picture being worth a thousand words.
Pros: - Best place to view a pagoda in Tokyo - Biggest temple in Tokyo - Lively and bustling area brimming with life and activity - Huge variety of shops and restaurants - Wandering the streets and backalleys has...
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Meiji Jingu Shrine Shibuya
#4 of 3,109 Sights & Landmarks in Tokyo
Forest like park in heart of Tomyo Free admission Cool,even in summer due to deep foliage Beautiful natural scenes Often site of traditional Japanese weddings Great zen like escape in midst of hustle and bustle of...
I truly enjoyed the fresh air, birds chirping, fascinating shrines and the magnificent view of the 100,000 of trees.
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Tokyo Camii & Turkish Culture Center Shibuya
#5 of 3,109 Sights & Landmarks in Tokyo
This is a great and very interesting cultural landmark near the center of Tokyo.
Female solah place located a bit higher than Male but the view to the center of the mosque is fascinating.
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Chidorigafuchi Chiyoda
#6 of 3,109 Sights & Landmarks in Tokyo
Although crowded during cherry blossom season, the view is unbeatable, long canal like river with cherry blossom trees on both sides and small canoe type boats drifting along, perfect picture spot, even though the...
If you would just like to spend more time admiring the sights, pack a light lunch or snack and sit and enjoy the relaxing and refreshing atmosphere.
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Happoen Garden Shirokanedai
#7 of 3,109 Sights & Landmarks in Tokyo
Best to walk through the surrounding neighborhoods to get a flavor of the area and to see the other sights.
Extra Bonus - wedding hall is on site so on weekends and holidays you can catch a wedding party or two (we saw two parties on two separate occasions).
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Akasaka Palace (State Guesthouse) Minato
#8 of 3,109 Sights & Landmarks in Tokyo
We couldn’t go in obviously but I could see a very good view from the Hato bus.
This site doesn't get a lot of visitors because it's far from everything else and the interior is sometimes closed for official functions.
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Senso-ji Temple Asakusa
#9 of 3,109 Sights & Landmarks in Tokyo
It is very atmospheric and spiritual and an amazing site of tranquillity amidst the dynamic street life of Tokyo.
The bonus evening view is the well-lit temple at night! while bonus day view is the crowds at the temple!
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Tokyo Metropolitan Government Buildings Shinjuku
#10 of 3,109 Sights & Landmarks in Tokyo
About a 10 minute walk from Shinjuku Station and free ride in the elevator to the Observation Deck where the views are great , some Excellent souvenirs and a Great Café.
Only a short walk from Shinjuku Station (largest station in Tokyo) via an underground walking tunnel, this is an amazing FREE attraction on the 45 floor where you can view the city all the way to the mountains and...
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KidZania Tokyo Toyosu
#11 of 3,109 Sights & Landmarks in Tokyo
We also got a friendship coupon using the BestLivingJapan site.
Tokyo Metropolitan Government Buildings Observatories Nishishinjuku
#12 of 3,109 Sights & Landmarks in Tokyo
View is great from the top, you get to see the metropolitan city of Tokyo and you can spot some landmarks such as Tokyo Tower and Skytree in the distance.
Gorgeous views of an immense and amazing city...
Tokyo National Museum Taito
#13 of 3,109 Sights & Landmarks in Tokyo
Tokyo National Museum is a complete art and heritage site in Japan.
In my view, this museum rates easily as a Top 15 attraction in Tokyo, and possibly even a Top 10.
Observatory, Seaside Top Minato
#14 of 3,109 Sights & Landmarks in Tokyo
you avoid the crowds of the Tokyo Tree and you can see many landmarks like Tokyo Tower, Tokyo Tree, Rainbow Bridge, High-speed train rail and the futuristic city that is Tokyo.
Excellent view of Tokyo and that too a 360 degree!!! Out of all the observatories that we visited, we felt this as the best- at the 40th floor of world trade centre building.
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Tokyo International Airport (Haneda) Terminal No2 Observation Deck Ota
#15 of 3,109 Sights & Landmarks in Tokyo
Observation deck at terminal 2 of Haneda Airport offers great views of the airport areas with the evening time providing a great view of Mount Fuji.
The Observation is located at the 5th floor of the Haneda International airport terminal offering wonderful views of the flights taking off and landing at the Haneda Airport.
Hozomon Taito
#16 of 3,109 Sights & Landmarks in Tokyo
There’s even a kimono rental shop for tourist who wanted to have a special day touring the site in traditional kimono.
Wonderful place to experience the sights and sounds of Japan.
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Odaiba Daiba
#17 of 3,109 Sights & Landmarks in Tokyo
This is a fantastic area and walking around Diver City, Palette Town and Venus Fort is great plenty to see and do and all within an easy walking distance, super views in all directions.
Would love to visit here , you can do lot of shopping in a near mall , take stroll on a beach side , best view of rainbow bridge and best part is the journey by train in a circular path in roller coaster style.
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Ginza Chuo
#18 of 3,109 Sights & Landmarks in Tokyo
Ginza has a bit of everything - great shopping, fantastic bars, culture, and plenty of wonderful sights only to be had in Tokyo.
Great high end shops and great eating places this is an easy district to walk and view.
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Tokyo Central Railway Station Chiyoda
#19 of 3,109 Sights & Landmarks in Tokyo
The end of November,2018, it is the best time to bike in Tokyo ,It is very cool .We can walk or bike with good weather and very nice view both day and night time.
In fact, Tokyo Station has been renamed to Tokyo Station City for some time.Tokyo is the springboard to incredible urban views, mesmerizing countryside scenery, and many more.
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Fukagawa Edo Museum Koto
#20 of 3,109 Sights & Landmarks in Tokyo
You can walk and view each structure and guides are available to give you the sense of history and usage at that time period.
They explain everything you need to know by going through the entire site.
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Meiji Shrine Imperial Garden Shibuya
#21 of 3,109 Sights & Landmarks in Tokyo
In June the irises are out and there is a purple "river" of irises through the garden with bridges crossing it to get some lovely views.
The inner garden provided a stunning view in fall with the vibrant fall colours surrounding the tea house and the pond.
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Shibuya Crossing Shibuya
#22 of 3,109 Sights & Landmarks in Tokyo
Ever see the films Blade Runner, well Shibuya in Tokyo is amazing, really, with over two million people here every day, the actors come out to play, just watch the world go by in hurry, or chillout from a view poi...
This is one of my favorite landmarks in the world...the Shibuya Scramble Crossing!
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Sengaku-ji Temple Minato
#23 of 3,109 Sights & Landmarks in Tokyo
This is a great site to visit while in Tokyo and a must-visit if you are interested in Japanese history, the samurai culture and its influence on modern Japan.
A historical burial site hidden away in modern Japan.
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Gotokuji Temple Setagaya
#24 of 3,109 Sights & Landmarks in Tokyo
All the sites were fascinating and the history and background of each one immersed me more into Japanese culture compared to the popular Tokyo tourist spots I’ve visited.
A rare view of a perhaps somewhat typical suburban area in Tokyo.
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Tokyo Skytree Oshiage
#25 of 3,109 Sights & Landmarks in Tokyo
The sky tree is easily accessible by train/ metro and is above a very large mall with food court fresh food and shops galore this is the tallest tower in the world and if you want some great views an attraction no...
The Skytree provides amazing 360 views of Tokyo as well as a restaurant where you can enjoy a meal with a breathtaking view.
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Akihabara Chiyoda
#26 of 3,109 Sights & Landmarks in Tokyo
Furthermore, you can try MariCar* tour where you drive around Tokyo with a guide to show you some sights of the city.
This is the pilgrimage site for all anime, tokusatsu, toys, and games enthusiast.
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Asakusa Shrine Asakusa
#27 of 3,109 Sights & Landmarks in Tokyo
Easily accessible via Tokyo Metro from Ueno or Tokyo Station, you will be rewarded with sites of buildings and structures from 1300 years ago.
Great site, crowd, and shopping - a fun time
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Ueno Taito
#28 of 3,109 Sights & Landmarks in Tokyo
The ueno park here has awesome views of the sakura this time of the year.
Quieter section of Tokyo with a lot of cultural, historical sites
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Mitsubishi Ichigokan Museum Chiyoda
#29 of 3,109 Sights & Landmarks in Tokyo
Shimokitazawa Setagaya
#30 of 3,109 Sights & Landmarks in Tokyo
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