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Best Travel Guide To Must See Places And Things To Do In Tokyo

The ARK Infrastructure Nov 14, 2019
The busy capital of Japan, Tokyo is a great mixture of modern and traditions. You get to see amazing skyscrapers and even beautiful temples. Even with increase in technology, they are still rooted to their traditions perfectly.

Harajuku

Harajuku district sits in Shibuya, Tokyo. It is famous for its street arts, fashionable clothing, vintage clothing stores, upmarket boutiques. It is a must visit place for tourist, you get to shop plus you can take a quick bite at any dessert shops or a drink from small trendy bars. 

Imperial Palace

Imperial Palace is situated Chiyoda ward, Tokyo. The Imperial palace is very important part of Japanese, as the the Emperor of Japan lived here. This park-like area has buildings as well as the main palace, though you cannot visit the main palace area but you can visit east garden which is located in the inner area of the palace.

Meiji Jingu

As we said that people of Japan are rooted to their traditions, Meiji Jingu is one of the place where many locals for prayers, rituals, and other religious activities. One should visit this place to experience the tradition of Japan.

Odaiba

Tokyo Bay has an artificial island and high-tech entertainment hub, Odaiba. It is popular shopping and sightseeing destination and some of the major attraction for tourists Megaweb, Venus Fort, Zepp Tokyo, Fuji Television Studio.

Rainbow Bridge

Rainbow Bridge is said to be a mythical overpass to connect heaven and Earth. There are various stories and poem that are written on the rainbow Bridge. The bridge is very famous among pet lovers all over the world, as stories says after pet dies it goes to other world where they reunite with their owners. 

Senso-ji

Senso-ji is the oldest Buddhist temple in Tokyo. It said that the temple is  628 years old, one of the most famous, significant and colouful temple of Tokyo.
Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden
Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden situated at Shinjuka and Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan is a huge garden. Naitō family used to reside here. There are more than 1400 cherry blossom trees. It is such a delight to watch these cherry blossom trees bloom.
Tokyo Disneyland is based on the Disneyland parks which are located in the US. Tokyo Disneyland has every bit of the classic Disney charm you’d expect and more. The park has seven themed lands and over 40 attractions!
Tokyo Disneyland also includes Tokyo DisneySea, a water park and aquarium. Tokyo DisneySea is a nautical-themed park inspired by sea myths and legends. Toy Story Mania, Tower of Terror, Sindbad’s Storybook Voyage, Raging Spirits, Indiana Jones Adventure, and Aquatopia are top attractions of DisneySea.
Tokyo Skytree is a broadcasting and observation tower in Sumida. Tokyo Skytree is a major tourist attraction and the tallest tower in the world. From 360-degree observation decks, one can view spectacular view of the whole city with its striking skyscrapers and neon intersections. 
Tokyo Tower is remake of the Eiffel Tower and 1092 ft high. It serves as a radio and television broadcasting structure. There are  two observation decks on Tokyo Tower specially for tourists. The observation decks offer 360-degree views of Tokyo's sprawling cityscape.
A Tokyo must do, Ueno Park is home to countless museums and several shrines. Ueno Park is a popular hanami (Cherry Blossom) spot. Boat ride in lake is one of the top attraction here. The park was established in 1873 on lands formerly belonging to the temple of Kan'ei-ji.
Ueno Zoo is oldest zoo in Japan